2014 -2015 Annual Plan Proposal

2014 -2015 Annual Plan Proposal

The Council is consulting on its 2014 - 2015 Annual Plan Proposal from 2 April to 5 May 2014. This is your chance to let the Mayor and councillors understand your views about the proposed Plan and to put forward other ideas, so please take the time to get involved and have your say.

What is an Annual Plan?

Every three years the Council is required to develop a Ten Year Plan which outlines the projects and services the Council intends to carry out in the district. Each intervening year the Council also develops an Annual Plan which highlights the Council’s programme for that year and identifies any differences in that programme with what the Council said it was going to do in its Ten Year Plan. The most important thing about the Annual Plan is that it sets the rates for the coming year.

Click on the links below to read the 2014 – 2015 Summary Annual Plan Proposal or the full version.

2014-2015 Annual Plan Proposal summary version

2014-2015 Annual Plan Proposal full version

Comments Welcome

Comments and suggestions can be sent to the Council by:

Completing the online submission form here.

Sending us an email to annualplan@stdc.govt.nz

Completing the hard copy feedback form at the rear of the Summary and posting it to us (address below), faxing it or dropping it into any LibraryPlus or the Hawera Administration Building

Writing to us at Private Bag 902, Hawera

Faxing us on (06) 278 8757

Phone the Council on (06) 278 0555 or toll free 0800 111 323

 

What Happens Next?

The Council meets on 14 May to hear those people who wish to speak to their submissions.

If you would like to speak to the Council about your submission, please let us know on your feedback form. You will be contacted to arrange a time to attend the Hearing.

Once the Council has considered all feedback it will adopt the final Annual Plan by 30 June 2014. A summary of the Council’s decisions will be published in the Council’s newsletter, SouthLink, in a July issue of the Taranaki Star.

Remember, your comments must be received by 4pm Monday 5 May.