Central Hawke’s Bay District Council will next week launch ‘Our Thriving Future’, requesting the community provide early feedback to assist in setting the direction of the 2021-2031 Long Term Plan.
Feedback on the Council’s priority areas of engagement is open between 3 – 23 August, and can be made online, in writing, or in person.
“Three years ago, you told us what it would take to ensure that we, the Central Hawke’s Bay community, Thrive. Since then, Council has been hard at work – planning, preparing and focusing on doing the mahi to put these aspirations into practice, and solve the big issues that you told us were important to you,” says Alex Walker, Mayor of Central Hawke’s Bay.
“Now, it’s time to build on our plan, as we set the direction for the next 10 years in Central Hawke’s Bay. We’ve all got big goals for our district and we’re going to be asking you some really big questions that’ll help shape the future for ourselves, our children and our grandchildren.”
“There’s so much going on in Central Hawke’s Bay, but there’s lots more that we need to do to meet your aspirations. The reality is though, that with this comes a cost - and there’s only so much money to go around – so we need to make choices.” says Mayor Walker.
The Council has earmarked eight activity areas which the community are requested to provide feedback on. These are:
Further information on each of the eight areas can be viewed at www.chbdc.govt.nz/our-thriving-future or requested in hard copy format from Council.
“All of these live issues need to be addressed through a time of ‘pivot’ as we reassess what it means to Thrive following a global pandemic and a hard-hitting drought.
“Council has, and will continue to, apply for funding streams to support us in achieving the delicate balance of meeting our aspirations, with economic recovery. However we’re also going to need to make some tough decisions, together.
“That’s why it’s so important that everyone in our community takes this opportunity to have their say early, prior to formal consultation which is set to take place early in 2021.”
To provide their feedback from 3 August, the Central Hawke’s Bay community can:
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