Publications and Documents

Last updated: 30 Jun, 2022 04:58pm

Annual Plan 2022-23

Council approved the 2022-23 Annual Plan at its June 29 meeting.

Annual Reports

Previous Annual Reports available in the Publications Archive.

Plans

Previous Annual and Long Term Plans are available from the Publications Archive.

Annual Plans

Annual Plan 2022/23  Download/View

Annual Plan 2019/20 Download/View

Annual Plan 2017/18 Download/View

Annual Plan 2016/17 Download/View

Annual Plan 2014/15 Download/View

Annual Plan 2013/14 Download/View

Annual Plan 2011/12 Download/View

Annual Plan 2010/11 Download/View

Annual Plan 2008/09 Download/View

Asset Management Plans
Executive Summaries :

Housing Action Plan
The Housing Action Plan aims to provide a roadmap for Carterton District Council to achieve its vision for housing in the district and improve community wellbeing.

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Reserve Management Plan
Under the Reserves Act 1977, Council is required to prepare a Reserve Management Plan for the reserves it manages. Reserve Management Plans provide direction for the day-to-day management and potential development of reserves. A plan identifies issues and provides objectives and policies for the use, enjoyment, maintenance, protection, preservation, and appropriate development.

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Ten-Year Plan
Ten-Year Plan Te Māhere Ngahurutanga 2021–2031 Download/View
Wairarapa Combined District Plan [WCDP]

The purpose of the Wairarapa Combined District Plan is to assist the Council to carry out its functions in order to achieve the purposes of the Resource Management Act.

The Plan was adopted by Carterton, Masterton, and South Wairarapa District Councils in May 2011.

It is the principle means by which the Council seeks to ensure the sustainable management of the natural and physical resources of the district.

A review of the District Plan began in 2020.

For more information on the Plan, visit wairarapaplan.co.nz.

Bylaws

Amendment to Liquor Control Bylaw 2005
Amendment to Liquor Control Bylaw 2005  Download/View   
Control of Dogs Bylaw

Control of Dogs Bylaw Download/View   

Solid Waste Bylaw

The joint Wairarapa Bylaw provides controls over the management and disposal of solid waste by Masterton, Carterton, and South Wairarapa District Councils.

 

Wairarapa Consolidated Bylaw

Carterton, Masterton, and South Wairarapa District Councils adopted the Wairarapa Consolidated Bylaw in 2019.

The bylaw, which came into force for all three districts on July 8, covers multiple topics that include activity that can and can’t be done in public spaces, prevention of nuisance from fire and smoke, the keeping of animals, and water supply.

Part 1: Introductory Bylaw
Part 1: Introductory Bylaw Download/View   
Part 2: Public Places (including parks and reserves)
Part 2: Public Places (including parks and reserves) Bylaw Download/View   
Part 3: Sale of Goods or Services in Public Places Bylaw
Part 3: Sale of Goods or Services in Public Places Bylaw Download/View   
Part 4: Prevention of Nuisance from Fire and Smoke Bylaw
Part 4: Prevention of Nuisance from Fire and Smoke Bylaw Download/View   
Part 5: Water Supply Bylaw
Part 5: Water Supply Bylaw Download/View   
Part 6: Keeping Animals, Poultry and Bees Bylaw
Part 6: Keeping Animals, Poultry and Bees Bylaw Download/View   
Part 7: Cemeteries and Crematoria Bylaw
Part 7: Cemeteries and Crematoria Bylaw Download/View
Part 8: Wastewater Bylaw
Part 8: Wastewater Bylaw Download/View   
Part 9: Trade Waste Bylaw
Part 9: Trade Waste Bylaw Download/View   
Part 10: Traffic Bylaw
Part 10: Traffic Bylaw Download/View   
Part 11: Speed Bylaw
Part 11: Speed Bylaw Download/View   
Part 12: Beauty Therapy, Tattooing and Skin Piercing Bylaw
Part 12: Beauty Therapy, Tattooing and Skin Piercing Bylaw Download/View   

Governance Documents

Elected Members Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct sets out the standards of behaviour expected from elected members in the exercise of their duties Download/View

Standing Orders

Standing Orders for Council and Committees for the 2019-22 Triennium.  Download/View

Standing orders contain rules for the conduct of the proceedings of local authorities, committees, subcommittees, and subordinate decision-making bodies, to enable local authorities to exercise their decision-making responsibilities in a transparent, inclusive, and lawful manner.

Governance Statement

Information about the functions, powers, and key processes of Council.  Download/View

Policies and Guidelines

Alcohol Policy
Wairarapa Alcohol Policy Download/View 
Easter Shop Trading Policy
Easter Shop Trading Policy Download/View  
Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy
Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy: Download/View 
Financial Grants Funds Policy
Financial Grants Funds Policy Download/View
Gambling Policies
Gambling And TAB Venues Policy Download/View

Wairarapa Gambling Venue Policy Download/View

 

Liability Management Policy
Liability Management Policy Download/View
Postponement of Rates Policy
Postponement of Rates Policy Download/View
Privacy Policy
Psychoactive Substances Local Approved Products Policy
Psychoactive Substances Local Approved Products Policy Download/View 
Remission and postponement of rates on Māori freehold land
Remission and postponement of rates on Māori freehold land Policy Download/View 
Remission of Rates
Remission of Rates Policy Download/View 
Road Naming Policy
Road Naming Policy Download/View 
Remission of Rates Policy
Remission of rates Download/View 
Significance and Engagement Policy
Significance and Engagement Policy Download/View 
Smokefree Free Public Outdoor Areas Policy
Smokefree Free Public Outdoor Areas Policy Download/View
Stock Movement
UAV (drones) Over Council Reserves Guidelines
UAV (drones) Over Council Reserves Guidelines Download/View
Urban Street Tree Policy
Urban Street Tree Policy Download/View
Wairarapa Library Service
  • Wairarapa Library Service – Customer Service Policy Download/View 
  • Wairarapa Library Service – Donations Policy  Download/View 
  • Wairarapa Library Service – Collection Development Policy Download/View 

Fact Sheets

Planning and Resource Consents

Can I subdivide my residential property?

A PDF format version of a factsheet answering questions on subdividing residential properties.

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Can I subdivide my rural property?

A PDF format version of our factsheet answering questions on subdividing rural properties.

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How many dwellings can I have on my property?

A PDF format version of our factsheet detailing how many dwellings can be built on a property in the District.

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How much will I have to pay the Council to subdivide?

A PDF format version of our factsheet answering questions on the costs of subdivision fees and charges.

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