We want to work together with our communities, to embrace the area’s history and build and protect the environment, while creating the region’s newest community – the Tauriko for Tomorrow.
It is important that we get the planning right, together. The success of this project will require a good understanding of what outcomes we want to achieve for the community, and what the community wants.
Throughout the process we will be going out to the community and stakeholders to provide information and gather ideas and feedback. This will include open days and workshops, surveys and regular updates via email and on the project website
Upcoming public information day(s):
Proposal to alter boundary between Western Bay District and Tauranga City finalised – November 2018
Change to urban limits approved – October 2018
Tauriko for Tomorrow project update - August 2018 (620kb pdf)
Proposed Change 4 (Tauriko West urban limit) open for submissions – May 2018
Tauriko for Tomorrow project update - October 2017 (1.66mb pdf)
Tauriko for Tomorrow project update - August 2017 (1.5mb pdf)
Tauriko for Tomorrow project update - May 2017 (2.4mb pdf)
Have your say
Opportunities for providing feedback as the project moves forward will be available here and on the project website.
Please be in touch with any questions or comments. Each part of the project is led by one partner organisation – find the contact you need below.
Tauranga City Council: structure planning and rezoning
Campbell Larking firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 592 638 94
Gareth Pottinger email@example.com or 027 615 6894
Bay of Plenty Regional Council: regional policy statement urban limits line
Rebekah Waltham firstname.lastname@example.org or 0800 884 880
NZ Transport Agency: state highway realignment and designation
Ian Herbert email@example.com or 07 927 6009
Wayne Troughton firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 927 6009
Western Bay of Plenty District Council: boundary adjustment process
Phillip Martelli email@example.com or 07 579 6682
Last Reviewed: 08/11/2018