Dovedale Water Scheme Public Meeting

TDC is inviting all users of the Dovedale Rural Water Scheme to a public meeting on

Thursday, 23 May from 7pm at the Moutere Hills Community Centre

The meeting is held with the purpose of providing a question and answer session to address your queries and get some feedback on how scheme users managed during the recent drought.

More detailed financial data on the scheme's operational cost (and debts) is now available and was sent around to all scheme users who have registered their email address.

Be sure to attend the meeting to learn more.

New Footpath MHCC to Country Kids

With many thanks to our supporters: Sarau Trust, our contractors (Hockley Brothers, Chambers & Jackett, Taylors Contracting), Tasman District Council, Moutere Hills Community Centre, Country Kids, and our helpful adjacent landowners for access and storage space.

We Are Building a Footpath!

The Moutere Hills Residents Association will be constructing a section of public footpath alongside the Moutere Highway between the Moutere Hills Community Centre and Country Kids preschool.

  • Work will be carried out in the road reserve between April 17 and April 19.
  • Temporary traffic management will be in place. The road shoulder in this area will be closed during this time and pedestrian access along the road side may be blocked.
  • Normal access to the main entrances of the Community Centre and Country Kids will not be affected.
  • Please stay clear of the construction site at all times, and please inform others to do the same. Apologies for any inconvenience this might cause.

This project is entirely community-funded, and made possible with donations from the Sarau Trust!

Future of the Moutere - Survey Results

More housing, more farming, more roads?

We asked you what you want for the future of the Moutere Hills - here is what you said.

80% of people in the Moutere say the area is a great place to live! About half of the respondents support more housing - the other half doesn't. 50% of residents state that farming and production are at exactly the right level. 80% of people say we need more footpaths and bike paths - nobody wants new roads.

TDC Annual Plan 2019/20

TDC will be presenting the Annual Plan 2019/20 at our public meeting on Thursday 11 April.

Find relevant documents here:

Proposed Annual Plan 2019-2020 - Summary information from March Newsline

Proposed Annual Plan 2019-2020 - District-wide programmes and Ward Projects

Draft Funding Impact Statement 2019-2020 – provides details of the different rates that Council will collect in 2019/2020 and their levels.

Summary of Draft Financial Information 2019-2020

Adoption of the AP is set for 31 May.