Friday, 07 August 2020


More than 550 submissions received on TCDC Long term Plan

More than 550 submissions received on TCDC Long term Plan

Thames Coromandel District Council’s Long Term Plan submission period resulted in 567 submissions.

TCDC received five submissions on their Development Contributions Policy, 41 submissions on their Rates Remissions Policy, 174 on their Revenue and Financing Policy and 347 on the overall Long Term Plan consultation document.

Hearings on the Long term Plan will be held in Whitianga and Thames the week after ANZAC day. The locations have been chosen based on the numbers of submitters and the places they live. Community Boards will then have special meetings to allow their input into the deliberations process and Council will make final decisions in the middle of May.

The meeting in Whitianga will be held on Tuesday 28 April at 9:00am in the Mercury Bay Community Boardroom at 10 Monk Street.


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