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Our Long Term Plan sets out the priorities, projects and activities we’ll be focusing on over the next 10–20 years. It's 304 pages long - but surprisingly readable!
Napier's draft Long Term Plan 2018-2028 went out to public consultation in April 2018. A new aquatic centre, upgrades to stormwater systems and the estuarine environment, and the possibility of providing dechlorinated water stations were three of the major projects put to the people.
Twenty consultation activities were held, including five shopping centre sessions and two community meetings (Community Chat). Targeted sessions were held with the Māori Consultative Committee, Napier Youth Council, William Colenso High School, Napier Disability Advisory Group and Napier, Age Concern Kaumatua and Kuia group, and Napier & Districts Grey Power. Individual Councillors made presentations through their networks. Councillors also led six pop-ups across the city throughout the consultation period.
We received 812 submissions with 50% submitted online via the Say It Napier website. The total number of submissions is an increase of 15% over the 700 submissions in 2015.
Following submissions, a number of changes were made. You can see a summary of these on pages 2-3 of our adopted LTP (8.25 MB).
The LTP was formally adopted by Council on 29 June 2018.
It focused on water and a number of core infrastructure projects, including the provision of dechlorinated drinking water at two Napier outlets, management of wastewater and stormwater, and the delivery of the Ahuriri Masterplan.
See our final Napier City Council Long-term Plan 2018-2028 (8.25 MB).
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