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Facing Our Future 18-28 - Long Term Plan

Facing Our Future 2018-28is the Regional Council’s consultation document for its ten year plan for Hawke’s Bay. There are seven proposals for community feedback, covering a renewed environmental focus.

We'll be holding public meetings in April, public hearings in May and making final decisions in June, before the new financial year begins on 1 July 2018.

Facing Our Future describes a number of regional initiatives and key proposals. These pages include links to the Supporting Information behind our plan and how to make a submission.

We produce a new Ten Year Plan (also called a Long Term Plan) every three years. This plan includes our Annual Plan for the first of the three years.  Please click here for more information about our Annual Plans.

Find out more AND make a Submission 

19 March 2018

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