A Strategy for North Clyde
Background to Developing a Strategy for ‘North Clyde'
Wairoa District Council made specific provision in its 2012-2022 Long Term Plan ‘to undertake a planning study relating to the industrial interface with residential properties in the North Clyde area'. In November 2012, Council commissioned Opus International Consultants to carry out this study of ‘North Clyde', and to develop a Strategy to address issues around land use conflicts.
In developing a Strategy to address land use and environmental matters in ‘North Clyde', it is important to have an understanding of how the area developed; it's history; it's population; the regulatory and economic influences (both past and present); an understanding of the current issues experienced in the area; what aspirations the community holds for the area; and an overview of the current environmental performance of industry and businesses operating in ‘North Clyde'.
- “A healthy and cohesive 'North Clyde' community, supported by an economically and environmentally sustainable industry and business sector”
- Recognise and provide for the proud history of ‘North Clyde' as the Maori stronghold of Wairoa, and the site of early settlement, trade & enterprise.
- Protect the amenity and health and wellbeing of ‘North Clyde' residents.
- Recognise and provide for ‘North Clyde' as the industrial powerhouse of the District.
- Encourage environmentally sustainable industry and business practices in ‘North Clyde'.
Recommended Action Plan
|1. Establish Consultative Working Group||2013|
|2. Develop Environmental Monitoring Programme||2013/2014|
|3. Infrastructure Asset Management Review||2013/2014|
|4. Technical Environmental Advice to Industry||2014|
|5. Facilitate Community-Based Initiatives||2014|
|6. District Plan Review||2014/2015|
|7. Develop Reserve Management Plan||2014/2015|
|8. Pedestrian/Cycling Network Review||2014/2015|
Reports and Strategy
Please click here for the North Clyde reports.
Please click here for the strategy for North Clyde.
For more information please contact the Wairoa District Council.
+64 6 838 7309