Planning underway for Waiheke’s future

Published: Wed 21 Nov 2018 11:42 AM
A 30-year vision for the future of Waiheke Island and the other inner Hauraki Gulf islands is being progressed in a draft area plan.
Led by the Waiheke Local Board, the Waiheke Area Plan will provide the long-term strategic direction that will help implement the Auckland Plan at a local level, and reflect local aspirations taking into account community ideas and values.
“The plan focuses on many of the things that define the character of the island, like its built and natural environment, water quality, and business and job opportunities, so it’s critical local voices are heard during public engagement in March-April next year,” Board chair Cath Handley says.”
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