Ten Year Plan
This page describes Bay of Plenty Regional Council's Ten Year Plan and contains links to the document. It also includes changes and proposed changes to policies that sit within the Plan. It describes how Annual Plans fit within the 10 year cycle and provides a link to our Annual Plan page.
The Ten Year Plan 2012 - 2022
Council adopted the Ten Year Plan 2012 - 2022 and supporting policies on 28 June 2012. Thank you to those who have made a submission.
You can download the adopted Ten Year Plan and supporting policies on this website. Hardcopies of the Ten Year Plan and supporting policies are available upon request. You can request a hard copy by calling 0800 884 880 or email email@example.com
Ten Year Plan 2012 - 2022
|Cover; Table of Contents||9.53MB|
|Council Outcomes; Fostering Maori Capacity||621KB|
|Council's Contribution to Well-being||743KB|
|Regional Leadership Group of Activities||400KB|
|Natural Environment Group of Activities||561KB|
|Sustainable Development and Infrastructure Group of Activities||325KB|
|Flood Protection and Control Works Group of Activities||7.18MB|
|Corporate Services Group of Activities||201KB|
|Policies and Financial Information||1.42MB|
Council also adopted the following policies on 28 June 2012. These policies were developed alongside the Ten Year Plan and were adopted following a public consultation process with the Ten Year Plan 2012-2022.
|Policy on the Remission and Postponement of Rates 2012||150KB|
|Policy on Development Contributions and Financial Contributions||116KB|
As part of the Ten Year Plan process, Council prepared the following policies which were built alongside Council's Financial Strategy (see the Financial Strategy link above). These policies were also adopted by Council on 28 June 2012.
|Liability Management Policy||142KB|
Asset Management Plans
Council adopted its asset management plans on 28 June 2012. These plans set out how Council manages its Regional Parks and Rivers and Drainage assets at an operational level. More information about these plans may be found on the following page:
Annual Plans are prepared in the years between each Ten Year Plan. These plans set out what we propose to do that year, how much it will cost and how we will fund it.
Once the Ten Year Plan is in place, the Annual Plan process continues, but the focus is on year-to-year budgets. The annual plans produced in the intervening years support the Ten Year Plan, and their primary purpose is to provide the base for setting and assessing rates.