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- June 16, 2021
New Fees and Charges to start July 2021
New Fees and Charges for the coming 2021-2022 year were adopted at the May Council meeting.
Key changes that come into effect from 01 July 2021 include:
- Resource Consent fees: The structure of Resource Consent application fees has been reviewed to align with other Councils in Northland and Auckland as well as some suggested inflationary increases and recommended amendments to wording to support current services offered.
- A CPI inflation rate of 2% has been applied to roading charges.
- A single charge to cover both Urban and Rural applications for No Spray zones has been applied based on current NTA guidelines.
- Information Requests: Information requests (other than LIMs) have been broken into 15-minute increments at $17, rather than a flat $68 fee.
- Building Services: Inflation based increases to some services. A review of the costs of inspecting private wastewater systems has resulted in an increase to include an hour inspection fee carried out by the in-house wastewater engineer.
- Refuse Collection:A Waste Collection Licence application fee has been included this year. Contractors will now require a licence to operate and report data on a regular basis to Council i.e. disposal and diversion of refuse and recycling. The licence will be valid for 5 years.
- Water Carrier Charge: A new fee of $21 per fill plus water metre charge at cost has been included this year.
There is no change to Dog Registration.
The charges for specific services in the Fees and Charges document take effect from Thursday 01 July 2021, through to 30 June 2022.
The costs are for services applied only.
You can see the full list of Fees & Charges via www.kaipara.govt.nz/fees
External funding stand out aspect of the 2020/2021 Kaipara District Council Annual Report
- September 29, 2021
Kaipara District Council adopted its Annual Report for 2020/201 at the September meeting, showcasing a year of challenges amidst lockdowns, boundary closures and forthcoming significant change.Read more
- September 23, 2021
It’s ‘steady as she goes’ for Kaipara District Council after Deloitte reported their 2021-2031 Long Term Plan (LTP) provides a ‘reasonable basis for accountability to the community’.Read more
New Chair for Kaipara District Council Audit, Risk and Finance Committee
- September 23, 2021
Kaipara District Council has welcomed Philip Jones as the independent chair of their Audit, Risk and Finance Committee.Read more
How are you represented at the Council table?
- August 26, 2021
Kaipara District Council (KDC) began consultation today on a proposed model of representation.Read more
- August 25, 2021
A reminder to Have Your Say on our Discussion Documents, and some changes to our plans because of COVID-19.Read more
Council makes a stand against Dome Valley Rubbish Tip Resource Consent
- July 09, 2021
Council has decided to make a stand by voting to oppose the recently granted Dome Valley Landfill resource consent, at the June council meeting.Read more
- July 09, 2021
Kaipara District Council voted to become a shareholder of Northland Inc. at their meeting on 26 May.Read more
Council responds to community submissions in Long Term Plan decisions
- June 30, 2021
Kaipara District Council today endorsed a future-focused Long Term Plan (LTP) which aims to respond to a growing population while caring for the environment and keeping rates increases low.Read more
New Independent Chair for Kaipara District Council Audit, Risk and Finance Committee
- June 16, 2021
Announcing the appointment of Geoff Copstick as the independent chair of Kaipara District Council’s Audit, Risk & Finance subcommittee, replacing Stana Pezic who finished up in December after 3 years as independent chair.Read more
- May 19, 2021
Every year the Council surveys residents to see how we are tracking.Read more
- April 28, 2021
Kaipara District Council has accepted the recommendation from the Hearings Panel to approve Private Plan Change 78.Read more
- April 13, 2021
In the first few months of 2021 there’s been a trickle of new information which has led to a substantial update on the long-running story of the debt levels of Kaipara District Council’s Mangawhai Wastewater Scheme.Read more
Kaipara District Council looking at representation set up
- April 12, 2021
The Council will be reviewing its representation arrangements later this year and is calling for community feedback now before formulating any specific proposals.Read more
- April 07, 2021
Kaipara District Council has published a report about the outstanding historic debt and capacity of the Mangawhai Wastewater Scheme (MWWS).Read more
- March 03, 2021
Kaipara District Council has begun a review of local electoral boundaries to ensure our rapid growth is reflected in our elected representation and to accommodate a new Māori ward.Read more
Improving civic facilities in Dargaville
- February 16, 2021
Kaipara District Council will soon be seeking feedback on their proposal to develop a revitalised Dargaville civic precinct as part of their Long Term Plan consultation.Read more
Plan to grow a better Kaipara shaping up
- February 10, 2021
Kaipara District Council has laid out its vision for the next decade of development in its Long Term Plan (LTP) and is asking the community if they agree.Read more
New Valuations out for properties
- January 27, 2021
Look out for the new Government Valuation for your property in the mail from 04 February.Read more
Long Term Plan 2021/2031 update
- December 02, 2020
See the results from surveys and events we've undertaken recently as part of our Long Term Plan.Read more
- December 01, 2020
Some Council services and offices will be closed over December/January.Read more
Private Plan Change 78 Estuary Estates/Mangawhai Central
- November 30, 2020
The Private Plan Change is currently adjourned at the direction of the commissioners.Read more
Council votes for Māori ward
- November 03, 2020
Kaipara District Council has voted to establish a new Māori ward to improve opportunities for Māori to contribute to local Government decision-making.Read more