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Draft report - better urban planning
The New Zealand Productivity Commission is inviting submissions on its draft report Better urban planning. The draft report outlines the Commission’s proposed findings and recommendations, and a list of key questions. Submissions are due by 3 October 2016.
District Plan Change 85, A-D, 86A and B, 87, 102 and 114:
Whangarei District Council is notifying the following 10 proposed Plan Changes to the Whangarei District Plan as part of the Plan’s rolling review. The Plan Changes propose new Environments (zones) and Resource Areas (overlays) with associated objectives, policies and provisions.
Te Hauturu-ō-Toi/Little Barrier Island Nature Reserve Conservation Management Plan consultation
This is an opportunity for you to have your say and influence on how the Te Hauturu-o-Toi / Little Barrier Island Nature Reserve is managed over the next 10 years.
Proposal to dispose of conservation land near Tunnel Rocks Scenic Reserve
The Department of Conservation invites comment on a proposal to dispose of approximately 1.75 hectares of conservation land, described as Section 40 Block I Woodland SD. If, after consideration of any objections or submissions, it is decided that the area is no longer required for conservation purposes, it is the intention of DOC to dispose of the land.
Enabling Good Lives approaches to supporting disabled people
The Ministries of Health, Education and Social Development want to learn more about the innovative approaches and practices providers and communities have developed to support disabled people to have greater choice and control over their supports and lives. This will help inform the development of advice to Government on how to apply the Enabling Good Lives approach to disability support services.
Westland Tai Poutini National Park Management Plan review
The review is an opportunity to take a fresh look at how the Westland Tai Poutini National Park is managed. Two significant management issues facing the Park are air access and the effects of climate change. DOC will work closely with Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, Te Runanga o Makaawhio, the West Coast Tai PoutiniConservation Board, key stakeholders and community groups and organizations throughout the review.
Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park Management Plan review
National park management plans are required to be reviewed every 10 years, in accordance with Sections 46 and 47 of the National Parks Act 1980. These parks belong to you, and DOC manages them on your behalf. The review is an opportunity to hear your views on how you value the park and how you want those values to be reflected in the new management plan. DOC will be working closely with Ngāi Tahu, the Canterbury Aoraki Conservation Board, key stakeholders and the community throughout the review.
Proposed Control of Alcohol in Public Places Bylaw 2016
This bylaw proposes some public areas are designated permanent alcohol free zones. It also proposes two options for a time ban of alcohol in public places around Lower Hutt.
A guide to the FMA's view of conduct
The Financial Markets Authority are seeking feedback on their conduct guide. The guide details how they will examine whether financial service providers are demonstrating good conduct under the Financial Markets Conduct Act (FMC Act).
Archives 2057 Discussion Document
Archives New Zealand needs to plan for the long term to ensure that the record of government is available to New Zealanders now and in the future. Your input will help Archives develop a long-term strategy.
Public sector specific financial instruments
The International Public Sector Accounting Standard Board’s (IPSASB) consultation paper on public sector specific financial instruments will primarily be of interest to public sector entities that carry out operations usually attributed to the central bank.
Dog exercise areas
A new Dog Control Policy and Bylaw was adopted by Council on 15 December 2015. The new Dog Control Bylaw came effective on 8 February 2016. Comments on the new Bylaw are invited.
Calvert Road unofficial rail crossing closure
Earlier this year an audit was completed by KiwiRail and New Plymouth District Council on the level crossings along the section of the railway line that follows the Coastal Walkway. The audit raised several safety concerns, which the Council are required to address.