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Tauranga City Council has unveiled its strategy for one of New Zealand’s fastest growing cities.
Housing, transport, employment, an ageing population, the environment – how do we manage those and other big issues in the western Bay of Plenty over the next 30 years as we look to house an extra 66,000 people?
Tauranga City Council is planning to put greater focus on growth in our existing urban areas.
Tauranga is on a journey of transformation says City Transformation Committee Chair Larry Baldock.
The Tauranga Urban Strategy will guide future development of our city and is an aspirational growth plan, influenced by our community and refined by a series of place making sessions.
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