Central Hawke's Bay District Council recognises that it plays a significant role in promoting the well-being of its community.
Central Hawke's Bay District Council recognises that it plays a significant role in promoting the well-being of its community and, after consultation with a wide range of groups and organisations, adopted the Community Wellbeing Strategy 2021-2031 and the Social Development Strategic Framework 2022-2025 on 5 May 2022.
This strategy reflects the focus within council to the well-being of our community and Central Hawke's Bay District Council is committed to collaboratively working alongside different community groups to ensure the best outcomes for our people.
You can view a copy of the strategies above, as well as related action plans, at the top of this page in the related documents area.
This resource was developed as a collaboration between Napier City Council, Hastings District Council and Central Hawke's Bay District Council.
Community Planning was a key project identified by the community in the development of Project Thrive. Project Thrive was a major community engagement and planning exercise for all of Central Hawke’s Bay and involved over 4000 individual pieces of information and wide community feedback.
Community plans provide a united voice to advocate and promote initiatives and ideas of a community, to Councils, businesses, funders and other organisations. They represent a collective voice of the people, with clear priorities and actions for delivery.
Community Plans are just that—plans developed by the community for the community. They represent their aspirations and the community they want for their future.
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