View the Draft Kai Iwi Lakes (Taharoa Domain) Reserve Management Plan 2015
View by section:
- Aim 1: Collaboration
- Aim 2: Cultural
- Aim 3: Environment
- Aim 4: Recreation
- Aim 5: Economic Development
- Aim 6: Resourcing
- Legislative Framework
- Administration and Implementation
View as full document: Draft Kai Iwi Lakes (Taharoa Domain) Reserve Management Plan 2015
The Draft Reserve Management Plan mentions that its implementation will be supported by 14 allied Work Plans. Council cannot complete these Work Plans until after the Reserve Management Plan has been finalised. This is because the Work Plans must reflect the direction taken in the final Reserve Management Plan and significant issues for inclusion in the Reserve Management Plan are still being debated in the community. Hence, as the final direction for the Reserve Management Plan has yet to be determined, it would be premature to prepare the Work Plans.
The Reserve Management Plan is the strategic document which sets the direction for how the Lakes will be managed and is reviewed every 10 years. The Work Plans will simply be a list of actions or jobs which physically need to be done if what is stated in the Reserve Management Plan is to happen. For example, if the final Reserve Management Plan includes the direction that walking and cycling opportunities will be increased, then the Work Plans will include the action that X number of tracks will be constructed in 2016. The Work Plans will be updated annually so that we can match the actions for the year to our annual budgets.
The following resources can be used to help understand the issues facing Kai Iwi Lakes and may be useful when preparing a submission: