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Kaupapa Here Ōhanga Whakawhanake 2019

Development Contributions Policy 2019

The Development Contributions Policy 2019 sets contribution charges.

What the Development Contributions Policy does

The Development Contributions Policy 2019 enables us to set contribution charges for new developments.

The policy provides:

  • a record of how infrastructure for growth is to be funded
  • transparency of what is to be funded and what has been delivered
  • how much development contributions are.

Development Contributions Policy documents

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