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Reserve management plans

Help us make good decisions about how local reserves are used, enjoyed, managed and protected.

Why we are creating reserve management plans

We only create management plans for individual reserves if it has complex issues or opportunities.

Reserve management plans will:

  • help the local board make good decisions about how local reserves are used, enjoyed and protected
  • address what needs to be considered when developing and enhancing our reserves through community and mana whenua engagement
  • provide a policy framework to guide decision-making over the next 10 years.

How we are creating the plans

To develop the plans, we will be using the statutory consultation process for developing reserve management plans under the Reserves Act 1977.

In progress plans

Here are the reserve management plans which are currently in progress. We will update this page as more plans are added.

Public notification

The local board has approved notifying the public of its intention to prepare a draft management plan or review an existing one. The public are invited to submit their ideas to help draft the plan.

Submissions will be reviewed once the public notification period ends. A report will be presented to the local board.

Draft plan in development

We are engaging with key stakeholders, local board members and mana whenua to draft these plans.

  • No plans are currently at this phase of the process

Public submissions on the draft plan are open

You can make submissions on the draft plan for a two-month period as required by the Reserves Act 1977.

If you want to speak to your submission at a hearing, let us know.

  • No plans are currently at this phase of the process.

Plan submissions closed - submission analysis pending

Public consultation on the draft plan has closed. We are collating and reviewing public submissions.

We will summarise the written submissions and present them to the hearings panel.

  • No plans are currently at this phase of the process.

Hearings scheduled

We have scheduled a hearing, which will be run by an independent hearings panel.

You can let us know before the deadline if you would like to speak to your submission during the hearing.

  • No plans are currently at this phase of the process.

Plan amendments following the hearing

The hearings panel is meeting to discuss written and oral submissions. It will prepare a report with recommendations on amendments to the final plan.

Draft Rangihoua Reserve and Onetangi Sports Park Reserve Management Plan

Draft plan will soon be recommended for adoption

The hearings panel has prepared a report which includes recommended amendments to the reserve management plan.

The local board/hearings panel will consider this report and ask for further changes to the plan to be actioned before it is published.

  • No plans are currently at this phase of the process.

Adopted plans

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