Draft strategies and plans
As part of the overall 10-Year Plan, we're seeking your views on the following strategies, plans and policies. These all contribute to the vision: He iti rā, he iti pounamu. Small city benefits, big city ambition. They are organised here according to our goals.
Whāinga 1: He tāone auaha, he tāone tiputipu
Whāinga 2: He tāone whakaihiihi, tapatapahi ana
Whāinga 3: He hapori tūhonohono, he hapori haumaru
Whāinga 4: He tāone tautaiao
Whāinga 5: He Kaunihera ahunui, whakamana i te iwi
Draft asset management plans
We are also seeking your views on...
Nature Calls and the strategies and policies listed below.
This sets out how Council will prudently and sustainably manage its finances in the long term.
This sets out how Council will prudently and sustainably develop and manage its infrastructure in the long term.
Development Contributions Policy
This sets out how developers will be charged for infrastructure capacity improvements due to growth.
Revenue and Financing Policy
This explains how Council’s activities (services like emergency management, water, and active transport) will be funded – in particular, whether they are funded by rates or fees.
Significance and Engagement Policy
This policy sets out how Council decides on the importance of any issues it is consulting on – which then determines how we consult on it. It also lists Council's strategic assets.