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3 Year Plan 2018-2021

The Maori proverb "Manaaki whenua, Manaaki tangata, Haere whakamua (Care for the land, care for the people, go forward)” provided the guiding theme for the 3 Year Plan.

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Community Services

This page contains information about all the ways we're working to support and develop our community. Explore the links below and if there's something you can't find, you can contact our Social Recovery team

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District Plan Review

The Kaikoura District Plan sets standards for development within our District. These standards aim to ensure natural resources and hazards are managed safely and sustainably and property rights and protected.

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Māori Ward: Postal Poll

Māori wards are a way of ensuring Māori views and voices are heard at Council.

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3 Year Long Term Plan proposed

Council and the Department of Internal Affairs are proposing a change to planning requirements to allow a customised three-year plan to be prepared in 2018 in place of the standard Long-Term Plan (LTP).

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Alcohol Licensing Public Notices

The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 requires all alcohol licence applications to be publicly notified. This applies to applications for new On-licences, Off-licences and Club Licences and also to applications to renew existing licences.

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Civic Centre

Between December 2016 and August 2017:

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Communications team wins national award

Kaikōura District Council and the North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery (NCTIR) alliance have jointly won an Emergency Media and Public Affairs (EMPA) communications award for their roles supporting the ongoing recovery of the district following the November 2016 earthquake.

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Community Noticeboard

Here you will find additional information that may be useful to you following the 14 November 2016 Kaikōura Earthquake .

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Consultation on banning single use plastic bags

The Government is proposing to phase out single-use plastic shopping bags in New Zealand as one step to reduce the negative environmental impacts of plastic waste.

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Easter Sunday Trading

Council have approved Easter Sunday Trading

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Funding for freedom camping trouble spot

Council will receive $35,650 of funding to work with the community to investigate solutions for managing freedom camping in the coastal area along Kiwa Road.

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Have your say: Communications Survey

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