|Consultation Document||Document (PDF)||Submissions have now closed, you can see the submissions here.|
|Fees & Charges 2018/2019||Document (PDF)||Submissions have now closed, you can see the submissions here.|
|Ratings Policy||Document (PDF)||Submissions have now closed, you can see the submissions here.|
|Revenue and Financing Policy||Document (PDF)||Submissions have now closed, you can see the submissions here.|
|Financial Contributions Policy||Document (PDF)||Submissions have now closed, you can see the submissions here.|
|Development Contributions||Document (PDF)||Submissions have now closed, you can see the submissions here.|
The Council will hold hearings across the District on the below dates:
|Dargaville, Northern Wairoa War Memorial Hall, Hokianga Road||Tuesday 10 April, 2018 from 9am onwards|
|Mangawhai, Mangawhai Club, Molesworth Drive||Monday 16 April, 2018 from 9am onwards|
The Council will hold three briefings across the district to discuss options and directions for setting the Long Term Plan 2018/2028. These meetings are open to the public, but do not have a public speaking component:
|Mangawhai, Mangawhai Club, Molesworth Drive||Wednesday 02 May from 9am onwards|
|Matakohe, Matakohe Church Hall, Matakohe Road||Thursday 03 May from 9am onwards|
|TBC||Thursday 17 May from 9am onwards|
The Local Government Act 2002 (LGA) requires every council to produce a Long Term Plan (LTP) every three years.
The LTP outlines our activities and priorities for the next 10 years, providing a long term focus for decision-making. It also explains how work will be scheduled and funded.
Under the LGA, LTPs must be reviewed every three years with full consultation with the public each time. An Annual Plan is developed in the years in between.If you would like to receive notifications regarding the LTP please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our contact list.
Community involvement in the district’s 10-year-plan will be starting early for the LTP 2018/2028.
In addition to formal consultation which is taking place now, and issuing a Consultation Document to get community input on key issues and decisions, Council will be adding an extra step; early community engagement.
Council is taking this approach because we want to get a better picture of what the community wants before we develop the plan. It is about gathering ideas, knowledge and information from our community and feeding that into the process early on. Earlier engagement will give us time to consider projects, costs and options and review existing asset management plans and work programmes to better inform the LTP process.
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Our Long Term Plan (LTP) 2015/2025 was adopted by Council in June 2015. It covers the period 01 July 2015 to 30 June 2025, and remains current until the new LTP is adopted in June 2018.
If you would like a copy of any previous plans, please contact us.