The Long-Term Plan 2012-2022 is our community’s collective vision of the next 10 years. It links to other plans and strategies, including our activity management and asset management plans.The District Plan is the primary document for sustainable management of the effects of land use and development.
The Community Plan, District Plan and Council policies and strategies are used in our day-to-day decision making.
This strategy aims to minimise alcohol related harms for individuals, families and communities and to promote safer alcohol‐related environments within New Plymouth District.
You can read the draft Annual Plan 2013/14 online as HTML or download the PDFs.
A strategy to help enable the vision "That New Plymouth District will be recognised nationally and internationally for excellence in public art".
Asset Management Plans provide a business overview of our significant activity areas and outline levels of service to be delivered in the 2012-2022 Community Plan.
The Coastal Strategy sets a guiding image or picture of what the community wants the coastal environment to look like in 20 years time.
This strategy outlines how we will manage coastal erosion in eight specified areas.
This strategy outlines the Council's role in the provision and management of community halls in the district.
This strategy sets out how the we will contribute towards making New Plymouth District more inclusive and accessible.
The District Plan is the primary document for the management of the effects of land use and development within New Plymouth District.
This strategy concentrates specifically on our role in heritage and will guide the management of the Council’s heritage assets and activities and provide an overarching framework that will inform other Council plans.
The aim of the Framework for Growth is to ensure future residential and industrial development is properly managed.
The Long-Term Plan seeks to reflect what type of community the people of New Plymouth District would like to live in, and the things they would like to see made available for their community.
A strategy to help enable New Plymouth District Council (NPDC or the Council), Sport Taranaki, Taranaki Arts Festival Trust (TAFT), Venture Taranaki Trust (VTT) and other event organisers to secure international events for the region, as well as retaining treasured, long standing community events.
The New Plymouth District Cycle Strategy sets priorities for works and initiatives regarding the planning, management and promotion of cycling in the New Plymouth District.
This strategy outlines how we can support young people to develop the skills and attitudes they need to take part in society now and in the future.
The aim of the strategy is to help direct any parking initiatives over the next 10 years. This is a high level strategy which looks at the parking trends in the district and details a series of proposed goals and the methods to achieve them.
Our parks and reserves management plans identify the appropriate mix of uses and activities within each reserve and guide their day-to-day management.
This strategy sets out our approach for renewing, upgrading and providing additional public toilet facilities in the New Plymouth District.
This strategy is a community wide commitment to ageing supported by the Council, health, government and community.
We are about to start the development of a Recreation and Open Space Strategy. The need for a district-wide Recreation and Open Space Strategy has been identified through a number of Council processes, including the Coastal Strategy and the Sports Parks Management Plan.Status: Development of draft strategy and informal stakeholder consultation.
This procurement strategy explains our approach to the procurement of roading infrastructure and services funded from the Council’s annual plans and from the National Land Transport Programme.
Read our Waste Management and Minimisation Plan and Solid Waste Assessment.
The Community Plan is the collective vision for our community for the next 10 years. more about COMMUNITY PLAN>
This document details land use and development in our district. more about DISTRICT PLAN>
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