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Written by Steve Marshall   
Tuesday, 11 July 2006

On page 123 of the Whangarei District Council's recently-released community plan the council indicates that it is continuing with its Coastal Management Strategy and its Coastal Structure Plans.

Here's a reminder of what those structure plans were about:

Twelve structure plans were prepared for priority areas in the coastal environment as part of the Whangarei Coastal Management Strategy. The structure plans comprise a broad physical plan identifying areas of growth, protection, parks and other infrastructure and community requirements over the next 20 years. Quality Planning - the RMA planning resource

Source: page 90, Strategic planning initiatives: Whangarei District Council (PDF 730 KB)

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