Bringing updates on TDC policy to our members.

TDC Items on Long Term Plan 2015-2025

These are recent TDC news items regarding water issues in the district and the consultation of the Long Term Plan 2015-2025:

Listening & Partnership Creates Strong Financial Plan for the Future

"Mayor Richard Kempthorne says community input and a responsive Council effort have combined to ensure the Long Term Plan 2015-2025 Consultation Document is proposing a sound financial strategy for the future."

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Water in the Waimea is Still a Key Issue

"Access to a secure water supply in the Waimea Plains remains one of the five key issues facing the Tasman District Council. As such, it takes a prominent position in its Long Term Plan Consultation Document to be released for consultation from Monday 9 March."

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Tasman District Council Meets its Commitments in Proposed Long Term Plan

"Tasman District Council has adopted and released its Long Term Plan 2015-2025 Consultation Document and is seeking public comment on it."

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Public Meetings for Long Term Plan 2015-2025 Consultation

Now it’s time for you to have your say - Here's a the list of public meeting and hearing dates and venues.

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Feedback to Open Space Strategy by TDC

Open spaces in our district include all parks, reserves, cycleways, walkways, cemeteries, beaches, rivers and lakes.

Tasman District Council is currently working on a new draft for how these spaces can be better managed in the future and is asking for community feedback which will then be used as part of the strategy.

This is your chance to have a say on the issue - simply by completing the online questionnaire at the TDC website. You can find this at this link. It might take ten minutes of your time, but you will have contributed to the future of the district!

Rural Land Use and Subdivision Policy Review

Council is currently in the process of reviewing the Rural Land Use and Subdivision Policy and are running a public consultation to gather feedback from residents. If you are concerned about how our rural land should be used in the future this is your chance to put in your thoughts.

Council has various background and discussion documents for download on their website and three separate online feedback forms for individuals to use. We are also happy to gather individual feedback and comments from members and compile those into a coordinated response to council through the association.

Feedback forms close 29 November.