The Wairoa District Council is located on Queen Street, Wairoa, next to Coronation Square
Monday - Friday: 8am to 4:30pm
(Except public holidays and unless otherwise notified.)
Wairoa District Council regularly seeks public opinion on a variety of issues, plans, bylaws and policies.
The primary purpose of consultation is to enable the council and the community to communicate on decisions and issues of concern - it is a two way process of exchanging information. Methods of consultation might include a call for submissions, public meetings, or hearings.
The Local Government Act sets out certain consultation principles and a special consultative procedure that local authorities must follow when making certain decisions. Wairoa District Council places a high value on quality consultation and often goes beyond legal requirements, particularly with matters concerning tangata whenua.
Right now, WDC is seeking your opinion on:
Pursuant to Sections 83 and 86 of the Local Government Act 2002; public notice is given that the Wairoa District Council resolved at its meetings on 9 September 2014 to invite submissions on the proposal to adopt a Freedom Camping Bylaw 2014.
Submissions are invited from all interested persons.
All submissions must be in writing and addressed to:
Submission – Draft Freedom Camping Bylaw 2014
Wairoa District Council
PO Box 54
FAX: 06) 838-8874 / EMAIL:firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions close 12 noon on Monday, 16 February 2015.
A copy of the Statement of Proposal, may be inspected in the public offices of the Wairoa District Council at the following places:
Please note that personal information forms part of the public consultation process for the proposal and as such will be reproduced as an attachment to a publicly available Council agenda and will remain on the Council minute records.
The primary purpose of this information pack is to make residents of Mahanga aware of legislative requirements to upgrade the Water Supply to meet the Drinking Water Standards of New Zealand in order to comply with the Health (Drinking Water) Amendment Act 2007.
In addition to raisingawareness of the requirement this information pack sets out the main options available to the community and the Council with respect to how the supply might be managed into the future.
To read the information pack please click here
Te read the application click on the following links below: