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Firm foundations for a sustainable futureToka Tū Moana

The draft Three-Year Plan sets out our activities, major projects, expected income and costs, and what our rates will need to be for the next three years. Your opinion matters - this is your chance to have your say on our plans for 2024 to 2027.

Mayor Kirsten Wise Portraits Westshore May 2020 16Kia ora from Kirsten Wise

Te Kahika o Te Kaunihera o Ahuriri 
Napier Mayor

After Cyclone Gabrielle, central government gave us a dispensation to prepare a three-year plan. Usually, we’d be setting out a work programme of ten years in a long term plan. Now we can really focus on a concentrated three-year programme that helps our community recover from the impacts of the cyclone and puts us on firm foundations for the years ahead. This is our chance to reconsider and significantly change the way we do things to benefit the wellbeing of everyone in Napier. The most important part of this plan is YOU. Your voice and your views will make this draft a solid road map for the three years ahead of us.

Read more from Mayor Kirsten Wise here.

What we're consulting on

Other projects and priorities

How to have your say

We've provided a number of ways for people to have their say on Napier's Three-Year Plan. 

  • If you need assistance or would like a copy of the full document, pop in and see the friendly team at our Customer Service Centre, Napier Library or Taradale Library.
  • Come and see us at one of our drop-in sessions on Sunday 7 April, Saturday 13 April and Saturday 20 April.
  • Complete the online submission form here.

NDiS logoNapier's Three-Year Plan consultation document is also available in various alternative formats, including easy-to-read, audio, and New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL). You can access these files here.

A pdf version of the consultation information is available here. Please make your submission online here.

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