Reserve Management Plans
Under the Reserves Act 1977, Council is required to develop and review management plans for reserves under its control for the purpose of providing for the use, enjoyment, maintenance, protection, preservation and development of these reserves.
Council has approximately five Reserve Management Plans, many of which were prepared in between 2001 and 2007. Council has commenced the review of its Reserve Management Plans to ensure that the information and guidance these plans provide on the management and vision of reserves for both Council officers and the community is up-to-date and accurate.
This review will take place over the next two years, with user groups and the community having the opportunity to input in to the process.
The lands included in the Coastal Reserves Management Plan are reserves situated at Tangimoana and Himatangi Beach.
District Wide Reserves
The purpose of this Management Plan is to provide for the use, enjoyment, maintenance, protection, preservation and appropriate development of reserves within the available resources.
This Management Plan provides the community with certainty about Kowhai Park Reserve and enables the Council to manage it effectively.
The Urban Reserves Combined Management Plan provides for the management of Timona Park, Johnston Park, Rimu Park and Kimbolton Domain.