Draft Rodney Local Parks Management Plan

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What we are proposing

In 2019, we asked for feedback on how you use your parks and how you would like to use them in future.

We used that feedback to create the draft Rodney Local Parks Management Plan.

The draft plan:

  • guides the management of Rodney local parks
  • outlines how we will manage local parks and protect their values over the next ten years.


About the draft plan

The draft plan covers all parks and reserves owned and managed by Auckland Council in Rodney, except for Kaipātiki Reserve Management Plan. That includes around 330 parks and more than 1400ha of land.


Where the ideas come from

The ideas in the draft plan come from:

  • our consultation with the community
  • community organisations
  • mana whenua (hapū or iwi with ancestral relationships to certain areas in Tāmaki Makaurau where they exercise customary authority)
  • mataawaka (Maōri who live in Tāmaki Makaurau and are not in a mana whenua group).


How the plan is formatted

The Draft Rodney Local Parks Management Plan is in two volumes.

  • Volume 1 sets out the scope and purpose of the plan.
  • Volume 2 is a more detailed look at what the plan will mean for individual parks.

The plan has been prepared in line with the Reserves Act 1977


What we want your feedback on

We want to hear from the Rodney community so we can make sure we’ve got the plan right.

Tell us:

  • if there is anything we should change
  • what you like
  • what you don’t like.


How you can have your say

You can complete our online feedback form or attend our drop-in sessions at Warkworth Service Centre on 27 July, or Kumeū Library on 28 July prior to the consultation period closing.

Vaccination passes are required and numbers will be limited in accordance with Ministry of Health alert levels.


When you can have your say

You can have your say from 15 June to 15 August 2022.

What we are proposing

In 2019, we asked for feedback on how you use your parks and how you would like to use them in future.

We used that feedback to create the draft Rodney Local Parks Management Plan.

The draft plan:

  • guides the management of Rodney local parks
  • outlines how we will manage local parks and protect their values over the next ten years.


About the draft plan

The draft plan covers all parks and reserves owned and managed by Auckland Council in Rodney, except for Kaipātiki Reserve Management Plan. That includes around 330 parks and more than 1400ha of land.


Where the ideas come from

The ideas in the draft plan come from:

  • our consultation with the community
  • community organisations
  • mana whenua (hapū or iwi with ancestral relationships to certain areas in Tāmaki Makaurau where they exercise customary authority)
  • mataawaka (Maōri who live in Tāmaki Makaurau and are not in a mana whenua group).


How the plan is formatted

The Draft Rodney Local Parks Management Plan is in two volumes.

  • Volume 1 sets out the scope and purpose of the plan.
  • Volume 2 is a more detailed look at what the plan will mean for individual parks.

The plan has been prepared in line with the Reserves Act 1977


What we want your feedback on

We want to hear from the Rodney community so we can make sure we’ve got the plan right.

Tell us:

  • if there is anything we should change
  • what you like
  • what you don’t like.


How you can have your say

You can complete our online feedback form or attend our drop-in sessions at Warkworth Service Centre on 27 July, or Kumeū Library on 28 July prior to the consultation period closing.

Vaccination passes are required and numbers will be limited in accordance with Ministry of Health alert levels.


When you can have your say

You can have your say from 15 June to 15 August 2022.

Page published: 15 Jun 2022, 07:58 AM