Long-term Plan 2021-41

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Consultation on the draft Long-term Plan 2021–41 is open.

The Long-term Plan lays out the mahi (work) Council intends to do over the next 20 years. It details the planned activities, services and projects, how much things are likely to cost and how we plan to pay.

Our draft Long-term Plan 2021–41: Securing our future has been prepared by Council looking at our future needs, the challenges we're facing and the outcomes we want to achieve.

We’re facing some complex issues, so Council has put forward a bold plan to invest for resilience and growth. We now what to hear from you.

This plan will have an impact on everyone living on the Kāpiti Coast. Not only does it have an impact on rates (we’re proposing an average 7.8 percent increase for 2021/22), it also has an impact on the services and facilities we offer, and how we prioritise our mahi.

We want your thoughts on:

  1. four key decisions: if we should take a bigger role in improving access to housing; whether a council-controlled organisation would be helpful for future activities; if we should investigate how there might be a role for the Council in the airport to keep services going; and how we proceed with the Paekākāriki seawall.
  2. some big issues – including climate change, growth and our ongoing response to COVID-19
  3. our financial strategy and proposal to increase our capital works programme.

Help secure our future, have your say by 5pm Monday 10 May.

Visit our website to learn more about our draft Long-term Plan 2021–41: Securing our future

Consultation on the draft Long-term Plan 2021–41 is open.

The Long-term Plan lays out the mahi (work) Council intends to do over the next 20 years. It details the planned activities, services and projects, how much things are likely to cost and how we plan to pay.

Our draft Long-term Plan 2021–41: Securing our future has been prepared by Council looking at our future needs, the challenges we're facing and the outcomes we want to achieve.

We’re facing some complex issues, so Council has put forward a bold plan to invest for resilience and growth. We now what to hear from you.

This plan will have an impact on everyone living on the Kāpiti Coast. Not only does it have an impact on rates (we’re proposing an average 7.8 percent increase for 2021/22), it also has an impact on the services and facilities we offer, and how we prioritise our mahi.

We want your thoughts on:

  1. four key decisions: if we should take a bigger role in improving access to housing; whether a council-controlled organisation would be helpful for future activities; if we should investigate how there might be a role for the Council in the airport to keep services going; and how we proceed with the Paekākāriki seawall.
  2. some big issues – including climate change, growth and our ongoing response to COVID-19
  3. our financial strategy and proposal to increase our capital works programme.

Help secure our future, have your say by 5pm Monday 10 May.

Visit our website to learn more about our draft Long-term Plan 2021–41: Securing our future

  • Council has drafted a Long-term Plan that lays out the proposed activities, services and projects we intend to do, how much these are likely to cost us, and how we plan to pay for it. 

    This plan will have an impact on everyone living on the Kāpiti Coast, in one way or another. Not only does it have a direct impact on rates (we’re proposing an average increase of 7.8 percent for 2021/22), it also has an impact on the services and facilities we offer, and how we prioritise our mahi (work).

    As a district, there’s a lot to consider, from our COVID-19 response and recovery, to housing, through to managing growth and responding to climate change. We’re dealing with some complex issues, so we need a bold plan.

    We now need your views so that we can deliver the Long-term Plan with confidence and a collective voice. 

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