The Council is committed to engaging with the community, agencies and other key stakeholders in the development of our district's plans, policies strategies and bylaws.
The following table sets out our upcoming consultation schedule and provides some background on each of the topics we intend to engage on over the next year.
Please note that these timeframes are only approximate and that they may change. There may also be other items that the Council would like your feedback on and our consultation programme will be updated as necessary.
We will release more information on each of these issues as the review and development process progresses. If you have any questions in the meantime please contact the Council's Policy and Governance Manager
|Street Infrastructure Bylaw review||Regulates and controls activities affecting streets within our district so that the public's health, safety and convenience are not compromised and public assets are maintained. ||Late 2019|
|Age Friendly Communities Plan||Development of a plan that sets out how together Whanganui will work towards building an age friendly community||July-August 2019|
|Parks and Open Spaces Strategy review||Sets out a vision for Whanganui's parks and open spaces to ensure that we have the right provision in the right places for recreation, amenity, connectivity etc.||TBC|
|Plan Change 48 - Outstanding Natural Landscapes||The Council has a responsibility under the Resource Management Act 1991 to recognise and protect significant natural areas within the District.||TBC|
|Plan Change 54 - Industrial||As part of the District Plan Review, the Industrial Zone provisions and rules need to be reviewed to determine if they are still fit for purpose or need to be altered.||2020|
|Plan Change 56 - Outer Castlecliff||Proposes to rezone land at Castlecliff currently zoned Reserves and Open Space and Rural Lifestyle to Residential. The areas are north of Waitai Street (part of the Castlecliff Golf Course), north of Waitote Street, east of Karaka Street and part of Longbeach Drive to the top of the cul-de-sac. ||TBC|