Rural Advisory Panel
Te Rōpū Kaitohutohu Take ā-Taiwhenua
What the panel does
The Rural Advisory Panel advises the council on policies and plans specific to the rural sector. It also communicates shared rural sector interests to the council, and contributes to the rural outcomes of the Auckland Plan, and how rural areas are to be managed in the Unitary Plan.
Members of the panel
Members include representatives of the rural industries of Auckland alongside two councillors and three local board members from Franklin, Rodney and Waitākere Ranges local board areas.
Membership of the Rural Advisory Panel for the 2019-2022 term is currently being confirmed.
Meetings of the panel
The Rural Advisory Panel holds scheduled meetings every two months.
Scheduled meetings are open to the public.
For dates, agendas and minutes, see
agendas and minutes.
Get in touch with the panel
To attend or present at a meeting of the Rural Advisory Panel, or find more information,
Get a copy of the Rural Advisory Panel terms of reference