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Regional Pest Management Plan

Pests are unwanted plants and animals that have significant impacts on our environment, economy and our people.

The Regional Pest Management Plan for the Bay of Plenty 2011 - 2016 sets out what Council is trying to achieve through our efforts to manage pest plants and pest animals in the region. It identifies a set of key outcomes that we wish to see achieved, and some high level objectives and rules that need to be followed to help realise the outcomes.

The existing Regional Pest Management Plan 2011-2016 will remain in use until the Proposed Regional Pest Management Plan for the Bay of Plenty region is finalised and made operative

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The Proposed Regional Pest Management Plan for the Bay of Plenty region

Bay of Plenty Regional Council is beginning to develop the next Regional Pest Management Plan (RPMP).

 

Annual Operational Plans and Reports

Each year we produce an annual operational plan that sets operational targets and specific performance measures that link to the outcomes and objectives in the long-term Regional Pest Management Plan. At the end of the year we report on the highlights and issues from the previous year as well as progress against the specific targets.