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Have Your Say Korero Mai

We can all play a part in our region's success. We're keen to learn about what's important to you. Have your say on proposals that are open for public input or consultation.

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Kaituna, he taonga tuku iho – a treasure gifted to us is the proposed Kaituna River Document

 

The Kaituna River Document is a co-governance document prepared by Te Maru o Kaituna River Authority, which is the co-governance entity of iwi and councils.  The document’s purpose is to restore, protect and enhance the Kaituna River and its tributaries.  Once approved, it will shape the river’s future well-being and influence regional and district planning documents.

 

Hearings were held on 11 and 15 August 2017. Te Maru o Kaituna will hold deliberations to make its final decisions at the end of 2017. 

 

The final document will be released early 2018.

Click here for more information 

 

Proposed Plan Change 9 to the Regional Water and Land Plan

 

Is looking to improve how we manage the allocation of water in the region and ensure it is being used efficiently.

 

Submissions closed on 14 December. Thank you to everyone who took the time to participate in the process.

Click here for a summary of feedback.

 

Proposed

 

Regional Pest Management Plan: Discussion Document

 

A Regional Pest Management Plan discussion document has been developed to canvas community feedback on how pests are managed in our region. This document signals Council’s thinking on its pest management effort in the future. For example what pests we will continue to manage, possible changes to our pest management approach and how we might address new pest management challenges. What we hear from the community will help us decide what goes into the next RPMP.

 

Consultation closed Monday 1 May 2017.

 

Council intends to notify the RPMP by September 2017.