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Community Update

5 Mar 2015

Long Term Plan 2015-25 for Waitomo District

We are progressing well on a substantial planning process; the development of the 2015-25 LTP that began nearly 10 months ago.

Thank you to the people who provided feedback last year, on the areas that Council should focus on for the 10 year period, 2015-25. Your comments have been useful for our forward planning.

Our Consultation Document for the 2015-25 LTP and the policies and strategies that support it, are in the final stages of development.

We plan to distribute our Consultation Document to you starting 1 April 2015, for your consideration and feedback. 

In the CD you will be able to read about what the Council is proposing for our District and the financial impacts over the ten-year period.

Further information will be provided closer to the time.


Review of the Land Transport Bylaw 2010

Council invites interested persons to make written submissions on matters contained within the Land Transport Bylaw.

The Bylaw provides regulations to support the effective management, use and protection of Waitomo District Council’s roads and footpaths. 

A Summary of Information outlining the key amendments proposed by Council, including the Bylaws, are available from:

  • Waitomo District Council Office, Queen Street, Te Kuiti
  • The Mokau Museum, Main Road, Mokau
  • Waitomo Caves Discovery Centre, Waitomo Village
  • Council’s website www.waitomo.govt.nz
Submissions must be in Council’s hands by 5:00pm on 23 March 2015 and should be addressed to: 

Chief Executive, Waitomo District Council, PO Box 404 Te Kuiti 3941. 
Or hand deliver to the Council offices in Queen Street, Te Kuiti.