Local Government Funding Agency (LGFA) Consultation

Local Government Funding Agency (LGFA) Consultation

Carterton District Council is consulting on the issue of joining the Local Government Funding Agency (LGFA). We’re inviting submissions beginning Wednesday June 5 and ending Wednesday July 5. Click here for the Statement of Proposal and here for supporting documents....
It’s time to have your say!

It’s time to have your say!

It’s the time of year where Carterton District Council reviews its Annual Plan for the 2019/20 year. This is a key planning document and its purpose is to enhance transparency and accountability to the Carterton community by outlining the activities of the Council...
Media release: Bylaw review – have your say

Media release: Bylaw review – have your say

7 March 2019 Submissions are being invited on a proposed review of combined Wairarapa district-wide bylaws. Legislation requires councils to review a bylaw five years after it is made, and then every 10 years after that. The existing Wairarapa Consolidated Bylaw was...
Proposal to revoke reserve status – Fisher Place

Proposal to revoke reserve status – Fisher Place

Revocation of Reserve Status – Fisher Place Reserve, Fisher Place Carterton Submissions on this proposal may be made from Tuesday 22 January to Monday 25 February 2019. Carterton District Council hereby gives public notice under sections 24(2)(b) of the Reserves Act...
Carterton Residents Survey 2018

Carterton Residents Survey 2018

This consultation is now closed. How satisfied are you with our services? We want to know how you think we are doing! It is coming to that time of year when we conduct a survey of residents seeking feedback on our performance, services provided and our reputation. The...
Representation Arrangements Review

Representation Arrangements Review

This consultation is now closed.Why are we consulting? Every six years councils in New Zealand review their representation arrangements, following a process contained in the Local Electoral Act.One of the principles of the Act is to implement “fair and effective...