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Reserves Management Plan has been prepared under the provisions of the Reserves
Act 1977. Unless specifically excluded, it covers all reserves vested in or
under the control and administration of Western Bay of Plenty District Council
within the Katikati - Waihi Beach Ward of the Western Bay District.
adopted the former Katikati Ward Reserve Management Plan on 19 December 2002
and reviewed it on the 19 August 2008. Council also adopted the former Waihi
Beach Ward Reserve Management Plan on the 18 September 2007. This recent review
combined the two plans into a single Reserve Management Plan for the Katikati - Waihi Beach Ward which was adopted on the 13 December 2018.
You can view the decisions document for this review here and
you can click on to the Reserve Management Plan as follows;
The publications below are in pdf file format and you will need Adobe PDF Reader to view them. If you don't have this you can download Adobe PDF Reader for free.Part 1 - Contents, Maps, Generic Objectives and PoliciesPart 2 - Specific Reserves A - HPart 3 - Specific Reserves I - OPart 4 - Specific Reserves P - SPart 5 - Specific Reserves T - WWalkway ReservesAppendices
Please email John.Rauputu@westernbay.govt.nz or phone 07 571 8008 if you have any questions regarding Reserves Management Plans.