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Our Long Term Plan

Our 2015-2015 Long Term Plan is open for consultation until Friday 17 April.

Tell us what you think of our proposed plans and priorities for the next 10 years.

You can also check your estimated annual rates for 2015/16.

Make a submission online, or come to a community meeting near you and tell us what you think.

 

 

Come to a meeting near you

Nau mai, haere mai

Come and have a chat with Mayor Meng Foon, councillors and staff at a community meeting near you.

Let's talk about our proposed plans for Tairawhiti over the next 10 years.

We want your feedback. Consultation on our Long Term Plan 2015-2025 opens Monday 16 March.  The consultation document will be on our website on Tuesday afternoon.

Pines to get the chop

Harvesting the pine plantation on Titirangi Reserve, Kaiti Hill will start Wednesday 8 April. The harvest operation is expected to take around 15 days from when they start cutting on 14 April.  

The road over the hill will be closed to all cars, bikes and pedestrians until Friday 1 May.  Walking tracks on the seaside face of the hill will be open daily.

The replanting of natives will start in May.  We need your help with community planting days. Help us to make it happen. 

  

Our draft Long Term Plan

Our 2015-2015 Long Term Plan is open for consultation until Friday 17 April.

Tell us what you think of our proposed plans and priorities for the next 10 years.

You can also check your estimated annual rates for 2015/16.

Make a submission online, or come to a community meeting near you and tell us what you think.

Tairawhiti Roads launched

Tairawhiti Roads is officially launched. The joint partnership with NZ Transport Agency and Council will manage and share costs for roading projects.
The ribbon-cutting occasion marked the culmination of 2-years work to achieve the joint venture.

(L-R) Dave Hadfield general manager Tairawhiti Roads, Neil Walker NZTA acting regional highways manager, Mayor Meng Foon and Raewyn Bleakley NZTA central region director.

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