What matters most? Long-term Plan 2021–41

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The Long-term Plan is one of Council’s most important strategic documents. It’s a big deal because it lays out the 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 for them.

Our Long-term Plan 2018-38 is up for review in 2021 and work is underway on our next Long-term Plan.

Over the past three years we’ve been focused on getting our finances in order to progress the development people want to see in our district. We’ve also seen significant growth and change and we will no doubt continue to experience further change in the coming years.

It’s an interesting time to be planning ahead, not only are we dealing with the unknown impacts of COVID-19, we have challenges around things like responding to climate change, and the financial pressures associated with the need to replace aging infrastructure, upgrade community facilities and prepare for future growth.

The Long-term Plan has an impact on all of us on the Kāpiti Coast, that’s why knowing what matters most to you early on in the review process is important.

We will present the draft Long-term Plan 2021-2041 for formal consultation in April next year.

Instructions

First you need to sign up, then simply answer the 'What matters most?' questions below. The four questions are:

  • What matters most as we plan for our district's future?
  • What matters most in your Neighbourhood?
  • What matters most in your community as we navigate through this global pandemic (COVID-19)?
  • What matters most as we experience growth across the district?

Note: responses collected through community events and drop boxes located at libraries and Council service centres are shown under the name “Community voices”. We have included these for transparency and reporting purposes.

To have your say offline, visit your local library of Council service center, or come and see us at one of our pop-up events.

Kia ora Kāpiti!


About

The Long-term Plan is one of Council’s most important strategic documents. It’s a big deal because it lays out the 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 for them.

Our Long-term Plan 2018-38 is up for review in 2021 and work is underway on our next Long-term Plan.

Over the past three years we’ve been focused on getting our finances in order to progress the development people want to see in our district. We’ve also seen significant growth and change and we will no doubt continue to experience further change in the coming years.

It’s an interesting time to be planning ahead, not only are we dealing with the unknown impacts of COVID-19, we have challenges around things like responding to climate change, and the financial pressures associated with the need to replace aging infrastructure, upgrade community facilities and prepare for future growth.

The Long-term Plan has an impact on all of us on the Kāpiti Coast, that’s why knowing what matters most to you early on in the review process is important.

We will present the draft Long-term Plan 2021-2041 for formal consultation in April next year.

Instructions

First you need to sign up, then simply answer the 'What matters most?' questions below. The four questions are:

  • What matters most as we plan for our district's future?
  • What matters most in your Neighbourhood?
  • What matters most in your community as we navigate through this global pandemic (COVID-19)?
  • What matters most as we experience growth across the district?

Note: responses collected through community events and drop boxes located at libraries and Council service centres are shown under the name “Community voices”. We have included these for transparency and reporting purposes.

To have your say offline, visit your local library of Council service center, or come and see us at one of our pop-up events.

Kia ora Kāpiti!