AGM 2023

We confirm our AGM 2023 for 21 September 7pm at the Moutere Hills Community Centre.  

The meeting is open to association members and the public. Drinks and nibbles will be provided.

Apart from the usual formalities, the major focus of the meeting will be the national election & local candidates.  To date, there are five candidates and all have been invited.


Dear Members and Community.

Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 restrictions, the committee has decided to cancel this week's AGM meeting. 

We are going to deal with the AGM formalities in the next week or so via email.  Please keep an eye out for the email as voting is required to meet our obligations.

We'll also send out a separate update on a few local projects that affect the community.

As always, please contact us if you have any concerns, feedback or queries.


Due to Covid 19 Alert Levels, our Annual General Meeting has now been postponed to

Thursday 23 September 2021 - 7 pm (CANCELLED)

Moutere Hills Community Centre

If the meeting is unable to be held in person on that date, our most likely contingency plans are either a virtual meeting via zoom and/or to deal with the required regulatory matters via email. So please be sure to keep checking your email inbox for updates.

We outline our agenda here and minutes from the last meeting here.



The Moutere Hills Residents Association will hold their next AGM on

Thursday 9 September 2021 (POSTPONED)

7 pm at the Moutere Hills Community Centre

Join us to hear about: TDC's Future Development Strategy and what developments are planned for Upper Moutere / a local native bush regeneration and public access project / status of the footpath project.

Moutere Pathway Project - Postponed

Tasman District Council have been working to secure the land required to complete the planned pathway, however unfortunately as of February 2021 have been unable to obtain a section required to complete the work.
As a result Tasman District Council inform us the pathway will not be able to be constructed this year as planned. However they are still committed to the project and aim to progress it in the future.
While this is a disappointing setback we are optimistic a solution can be found in the next year that will allow the project to continue.
Tasman District Council will post an update letter direct to some residents in the next few weeks.