Wharekawa Coast 2120 – looking ahead

We need to talk about developing a community led plan for the Wharekawa Coast.

OPEN

Local Alcohol Policy Review

The Local Alcohol Policy review is now completed. Council adopted the Local Alcohol Policy, which comes into force on 12 September 2022.

CLOSED

Stock Crossing Bylaw

We’ve reviewed the rules and permitting system for moving stock in our district on roads that we control, and we’ve revoked the ex-Franklin Livestock on Roads Bylaw. Submissions have been considered by the Council and you can read a summary of the Council decisions. 

CLOSED

Speed Management Plan

We’ve reviewed the speed limits in the district and developed a speed management plan, including some traffic calming work, to keep people on our roads safe. 

CLOSED

Traffic and Parking Bylaw

We’ve reviewed our rules for parking and traffic in our district on roads that we control. Submissions have been considered by the Council and you can read a summary of the Council decisions. 

CLOSED

Reserve Management Plan Te Rautaki mō ngā Whenua tāpui

Written submissions on our draft Reserve Management Plan are now closed. Submissions are now in the process of being collated

CLOSED

Waste Management Bylaw

We’ve reviewed the bylaw to bring it in line with our recently published plan and goals for reducing waste: No Time to Waste Tiakina a Papa! Mimiti te Para! (our Waste Management and Minimisation Plan). Submissions have been considered by the Council and you can read a summary of the Council decisions. 

CLOSED

2022/23 draft Annual Plan, the proposed introduction of SUIPs, and associated policy changes

Consultation on our draft Annual Plan for the 2022/23 year has now closed. 

Our 2022/23 Annual Plan is operative from 1 July 2022.

CLOSED

No Time to Waste | Tiakina a Papa Mimiti te Para

We asked for your feedback on our action plan to manage and reduce waste in the District. We’ve now made decisions on our planned actions, and the way the kerbside collection will look from 2023.

CLOSED

Draft Manaaki Toiora Strategy – Enhancing the wellbeing of our communities

At the Council meeting on 23 February 2022, the Council adopted the Manaaki Toiora Strategy.

CLOSED

Tirohia Landfill Phase C

Waste Management NZ Limited has lodged a resource consent application with Hauraki District Council and Waikato Regional Council for further landfill development in Tirohia. The applications will be processed jointly by the two Councils.

CLOSED