Tauranga has a sprinkler and irrigation system ban in place
Today, Tauranga City Council approved the Te Papa Spatial Plan, paving the way for an ongoing programme to support growth along the peninsula.
Now that we’ve collated and analysed the feedback received we’d like to update you on what we heard from the people who provided feedback.
We'd like to thank you for sharing your views on our proposals for Te Papa and city plan changes in April and May this year.
How do you want to shape your city, your neighbourhoods and your homes to support growth?
Kia ora koutou, We hope this finds you well and looking forward to COVID Alert Level 2.
For Tauranga’s central area, the Te Papa peninsula, up to 29,000 new residents and 14,000 new jobs are expected over the next 30+ years.
Kia ora koutou, We hope this finds you well in COVID-19 Alert Level 3 and you and your families are keeping well.
We hope you, your family, friends and colleagues are managing to cope during lockdown, ensuring we get through these challenging times as quickly as possible.
How do you want to shape your city and your neighbourhoods to support growth? Council is asking for the community’s feedback on ideas to support growth in the Te Papa peninsula, and proposed changes to the city plan to enable more housing choice across the city.
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