Our 2021-31 Long Term Plan
We’re looking into the next 10 to 30 years, and our proposed plans for getting to Our Place/Ngā kaupapa o tā tātou kainga – which is the ideal Hauraki District that our communities imagined when we spoke with them last year.
We asked for feedback on our plans and what they mean for you and your whānau, especially when it comes to paying the rates bill. The written feedback period is now closed, however if you would like to have your say, please contact us to speak at a Council hearing on 18/19 May 2021.
We’ll look at all feedback at on 18/19 May, and make some decisions on our future plans. Check back here in July to view our new long term plan.
Our 2018-18 long term plan below will still be in effect until 30 June 2021.
Our Long Term Plan 2018-28 | Tō Mātou Mahere Roa 2018-28
Our 2018-28 long term plan is effective from 1 July 2018. This is our key planning document that outlines our work programme and strategic direction for the 2018 to 2028 ten year period.
Our Long Term Plan 2018-28 | Tō Mātou Mahere Roa 2018-28 [PDF, 9.9 MB]
Section 1: Introduction and overview [PDF, 872 KB]
- Message from the Mayor
- What our auditors think
Section 2: Our district [PDF, 1.6 MB]
- District profile
- Our financial and other general assumptions
- Strategic direction
Section3: Our direction [PDF, 1.8 MB]
- Our financial strategy
- Our infrastructure strategy
- A summary of our significance and engagement policy
Section 4: Our services [PDF, 3.6 MB]
- An introduction to our services
- Governance and leadership
- Land transport
- Water supply
- Land drainage
- Solid waste
- Community services
- Community development
- Regulatory Services
- Significant negative effects
- Capital projects
- Our service providers
Section 5: Dollars and cents [PDF, 1.8 MB]
- Revenue and financing policy
- Financial statements
- Funding impact statement – rating implications
- Rating changes
- Balanced budget statement
- Financial reporting and prudence regulations disclosure statement