Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

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In 2022/2023 we plan to invest $13.1 million to renew and develop assets and $21.7 million to maintain and operate assets as well as provide local services, programmes and initiatives.

What we have been doing in your local board area

Each year we deliver activities and services in your local board area. These are based on our Local Board Plan, which sets our three-year direction for the local board.

  • Supporting local people to be physically active through free to attend activities at local parks and beaches through the Out and About programme.
  • Renewing playgrounds, footbridges and boardwalks, such as those at Everard Reserve, Alice Eaves Reserve, and Browns Bay Boardwalk.
  • Contracting a youth convenor to assist youth organisations develop in the local board area.
  • Supporting 42 local groups who make a difference via funding from our community grants, for example funding groups who assist in youth counselling or mentoring. We still have two more grants rounds to go.

Key areas of spend

Community services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $19.8 million.
  • Capital spend 2022/2023: $12.9 million.

Environmental services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $300,000.
  • Capital spend 2022/2023: $130,000.

Planning services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $514,000.

Governance

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $1.0 million.

What we propose in your local board area in 2022/2023

  • Renew sports fields and connected facilities, such as lighting, around Freyberg, Stanmore Bay, Silverdale War Memorial and Victor Eaves Parks.
  • Continue with Te Ao Māori and community-led conservation project which brings local iwi and volunteer ecology groups together to share practical knowledge of our area.
  • Investigate and design new dedicated dog parks within the local board area.
  • Start planting large specimen trees as part of the Urban Ngāhere (forest) programme in selected reserves.
  • Support our business associations with an economic development fund and assisting Silverdale’s intention to establish a new Business Improvement District.
  • Establishing new tracks in Bushglen Reserve in conjunction with expert advice from arborists.

You should know

See section six of the supporting information document (PDF 8MB) for more information about the priorities for your local board area.

In 2022/2023 we plan to invest $13.1 million to renew and develop assets and $21.7 million to maintain and operate assets as well as provide local services, programmes and initiatives.

What we have been doing in your local board area

Each year we deliver activities and services in your local board area. These are based on our Local Board Plan, which sets our three-year direction for the local board.

  • Supporting local people to be physically active through free to attend activities at local parks and beaches through the Out and About programme.
  • Renewing playgrounds, footbridges and boardwalks, such as those at Everard Reserve, Alice Eaves Reserve, and Browns Bay Boardwalk.
  • Contracting a youth convenor to assist youth organisations develop in the local board area.
  • Supporting 42 local groups who make a difference via funding from our community grants, for example funding groups who assist in youth counselling or mentoring. We still have two more grants rounds to go.

Key areas of spend

Community services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $19.8 million.
  • Capital spend 2022/2023: $12.9 million.

Environmental services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $300,000.
  • Capital spend 2022/2023: $130,000.

Planning services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $514,000.

Governance

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $1.0 million.

What we propose in your local board area in 2022/2023

  • Renew sports fields and connected facilities, such as lighting, around Freyberg, Stanmore Bay, Silverdale War Memorial and Victor Eaves Parks.
  • Continue with Te Ao Māori and community-led conservation project which brings local iwi and volunteer ecology groups together to share practical knowledge of our area.
  • Investigate and design new dedicated dog parks within the local board area.
  • Start planting large specimen trees as part of the Urban Ngāhere (forest) programme in selected reserves.
  • Support our business associations with an economic development fund and assisting Silverdale’s intention to establish a new Business Improvement District.
  • Establishing new tracks in Bushglen Reserve in conjunction with expert advice from arborists.

You should know

See section six of the supporting information document (PDF 8MB) for more information about the priorities for your local board area.

Page last updated: 28 Mar 2022, 05:07 PM