Tasman Environment Plan Community Event

The following community event is organised by Tasman District Council:
Tasman is a special place to live. Across our urban, rural, and coastal areas we have a great lifestyle and many of our communities are growing. It’s important to plan for the future with quality development in appropriate places and by protecting and restoring our land, air, and water. You have a chance to contribute to how we do this.
Tasman District Council staff and councillors will be in the Moutere Hills on Wednesday November 25 to hear your views about our environmental and development issues and opportunities, and what you think makes our district special.
You can drop-in anytime

Wednesday November 25
between 3.30pm – 7pm
at the Moutere Hills Community Centre
1539 Moutere Highway, Upper Moutere

to have your say on how we look after our district.

All ages are welcome to drop-in and don’t worry if you haven’t had your say before – you know your place best so we want you to be part of the conversation about how we should protect and restore our environment, build community resilience, and provide for appropriate development of Tasman’s towns, local centres, rural areas, and coastal places.
What we learn will make a difference to the new Aorere ki uta, Aorere ki tai - Tasman Environment Plan. This will be an important document that will eventually replace current council resource management plans. This event is your opportunity to get involved and shape the future of Tasman.  
At the event you can:

  • Give feedback on important topics
  • Take part in our fun activities
  • Meet other locals
  • Get info on local challenges and opportunities
  • Sign up to take part in future policy development

Bring your friends and whanau.
If you’re not able to make it along, you can visit us online at www.environmentplan.tasman.govt.nz. On the website you’ll find lots of ways to have your say, learn more about some of our resource management challenges and opportunities, and see what your neighbours think about important topics.