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Annual Plan 2017-18 Consultation

We will be consulting on our draft Annual Plan 2017-18 (Year 3 of our Long-Term Plan) from Friday 7 April – Monday, 8 May 2017. Alongside Annual Plan consultation, we will be calling for Events Fund applications, and consulting on a revised Wellington Region Waste Management and Minimisation Plan that has been developed as a joint initiative by all Councils in the Wellington Region.

Events Fund application form is available here and criteria information is available here.

2017-18 is year three of the Long-Term Plan 2015-2025

Council is seeking submissions from any interested person or organisation on any aspect of the draft 2017-18 Annual Plan.
Submissions close at 5pm on Monday, 8 May 2017.

Click on the links below to view the consultation document and supporting information.

Draft Annual Plan Summary 2017-2018 Draft Annual Plan 2017-2018


Come and see us!

Come and see us to talk about the draft Annual Plan 2017-18:

The Mayor and Councillors will be ‘out and about’ during the formal consultation period of 7 April to 8 May 2017. Check out our consultation schedule here.

Invite us to attend your meeting. We are more than happy to speak at any scheduled meeting – just call or email and invite us.

Have your Say

Tell us what you think about the 2017-18 Annual Plan.

Make an online submission

Click here to download a printable submission form.

Printed submission forms can be returned by:
 Freepost 112477, PO Box 444, Masterton 5840
 Email to [email protected]
 Hand delivering to our office at 161 Queen Street, Masterton

Hearings will be held on Wednesday 31st May and Thursday 1st June 2017. Please indicate on the submission if you wish to be heard.

Waste Management & Minimisation Plan 2017-2018

Page Updated 26 April 2017

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