We produce a new operational plan - referred to as a Ten Year Plan or Long Term Plan - every three years. A Long Term Plan is also the 'Annual Plan' for the first year of each three year cycle. The Council adopted its 2018-28 Long Term Plan in June 2018, and amended the Plan in 2019.
We produce a new operational plan - called a Ten Year Plan or Long Term Plan - every three years. A Long Term Plan is also the 'Annual Plan for the first year of each three-year cycle. In other years, we produce Annual Plans.
We are now working on a three-year operational plan, building on the refresh of our Strategic Plan 2020-25, delivered in June 2020. The next Long Term Plan is called Time to Act - Kia Rite! 2021-31, and will be out for public consultation from 1 April until 2 May 2021.
The Council adopted its 2018-28 Long Term Plan in June 2018. This plan was consulted on with the community of Hawke's Bay from March - April 2018. The consultation document was called Facing our Future 2018-28. The current Long Term Plan was adopted in June 2018, then amended in 2019.
A total of 569 submissions were received. These are available on request.
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