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The proposed TANK Plan change

The Proposed TANK Plan change introduces new ways to manage the land and waterways of the Tūtaekurī, Ahuriri, Ngaruroro and Karamū catchments.

Hawke’s Bay Regional Council is proposing to add new rules to the Regional Resource Management Plan to manage water quality and quantity for the Tūtaekurī, Ahuriri, Ngaruroro and Karamū (TANK) catchments.

We want to hear views from all areas of the community about the proposed TANK Plan, and we will be consulting between 2 May 2020 to 14 August 2020.

Find information about the TANK Plan using the web pages below

Facebook live meetings

We held Facebook live meetings on 26 May at 6pm and 28 May at 11am. Mary-Anne Baker, one of the Regional Council's planners, ran two Facebook live events to answer questions about the TANK Plan. She created a presentation to provide more detail about the plan. You can still watch the live events on our Facebook page.

TANK Have Your Say
About The TANK Plan
Key TANK Documents
TANK Reports and Resources
TANK  Maps
TANK Videos

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