Our work is guided by a number of plans. Some of these contain the actions specified through our 10 Year Plan that we'll take to implement our strategies. Others are one-off plans for a specific purpose.
This long-term plan sets out what Council will do for residents over the next 10 years.
This plan sets out a development vision and design guidance for the reserve until 2027.
What Council plans to do in this financial year, and what it is expected to cost.
Council's management plan for the Ashhurst Domain Reserve area.
Read Council's asset management plans.
The City Centre Framework coordinates public and private investment and identifies strategic development sites within the city centre.
The City Centre Streetscape Plan is the blueprint for a bold makeover of the CBD.
The District Plan outlines what you can do with your land in the city and whether or not you require Council approval.
The technical standards needed for compliance with Section 7 of the Palmerston North City Council's District Plan.
How we're managing the Kahuterawa outdoor recreation area.
This framework provides design direction for developments near the river, to make it a destination for more people to enjoy.
Read about what we're planning at Memorial Park.
We're developing a strategic parking framework to guide future decisions on Council-controlled parking spaces in Palmerston North.
Find out more about the design vision for Palmerston North streets.
Council's long-term management plan for the Turitea Reserve.
Our plan to enable more people to choose biking as a way to get around the city.
The Vegetation Framework ensures that Council plants the right trees in the right places on public land.
Read about our development plans for Victoria Esplanade.
Our plan for reducing and managing waste in Palmerston North.
Council's plan for conserving and managing water in Palmerston North.
Approved water safety plans and associated drinking water assessor's reports for Ashhurst, Bunnythorpe and Palmerston North.
This plan is a key part of the Welcoming Communities programme in Palmerston North.