Draft Kāipātiki 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 the future. We used that feedback to create the draft Kaipātiki Local Parks Management Plan.

This plan:

  • guides the management of Kaipātiki 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 Kaipātiki. That includes around 170 parks and approximately 540 hectares of land.


Where the ideas come from

The ideas in the draft local parks management 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 Kaipātiki 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 Kaipātiki 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:

  • fill out our online feedback form below
  • attend our drop-in events at Northcote, Birkenhead and Glenfield Library. Take a look at the Key dates section.


When you can have your say

You can have your say from 15 August to 17 October 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 the future. We used that feedback to create the draft Kaipātiki Local Parks Management Plan.

This plan:

  • guides the management of Kaipātiki 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 Kaipātiki. That includes around 170 parks and approximately 540 hectares of land.


Where the ideas come from

The ideas in the draft local parks management 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 Kaipātiki 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 Kaipātiki 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:

  • fill out our online feedback form below
  • attend our drop-in events at Northcote, Birkenhead and Glenfield Library. Take a look at the Key dates section.


When you can have your say

You can have your say from 15 August to 17 October 2022.

  • The Kaipātiki Local Parks Management Plan is being prepared according to the Reserves Act 1977 and has a policy rather than an operational focus. It aims to guide day-to-day management in local parks in a way that reflects the values of mana whenua and the community. 

    This is your opportunity to provide ideas and suggestions on how you would like to see our local parks protected, used and managed over the next ten years. A submission is your chance to tell us what you think of the draft Kaipātiki Local Parks Management Plan. You might wish to comment on a topic of interest to you or an individual park, or a mix of these. 

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  • 关于《Kaipātiki本地公园管理方案》草案

    我们提议:

    我们于2019年,针对大家如何使用公园、未来希望如何使用公园,征询了民众反馈意见。我们用这些反馈意见起草了《Kaipātiki本地公园管理方案》草案。

    草案:

    • 指导对Kaipātiki本地公园的管理
    • 概述未来十年我们将如何管理本地公园,如何保护它们的价值

     

    关于草案:

    该方案草案覆盖了奥克兰市议会在Kaipātiki拥有及管辖的所有公园和保护区,其中包括170个公园和约540公顷的土地。

    想法源自哪里

    《本地公园管理方案》草案中的想法来自:

    • 我们在社区征询的意见和建议
    • 社区组织
    • 毛利土地权威(mana whenua) (与奥克兰部分地区有着祖先传承关系、并在这些地区行使传统权力的毛利宗族或部落)
    • 当地毛利人(mataawaka)  (生活在奥克兰但不隶属于任何毛利宗族或部落的毛利人).

     

    方案是怎样构成的

    《Kaipātiki本地公园管理方案》草案由两册组成。

    • 第一册制定了方案的范围和目的
    • 第二册详细研究了方案对各个公园意味着什么

    该方案是根据1977保护区法案》(外部链接)来准备的。

    我们希望您对以下内容给出反馈意见

    我们希望听到来自Kaipātiki社区的声音,以确保我们正确规划了该方案。

    告诉我们:

    • 有没有我们该做调整的地方
    • 您喜欢哪些
    • 您不喜欢哪些

     

    您如何发表看法

    -可以填写我们的线上反馈表格

     

    什么时候发表您的看法

    您可以从2022年8月15日至10月17日发表您的看法。

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  • 關於《Kaipātiki本地公園管理方案》草案

    我們提議:

    我們於2019年針對大家如何使用公園、未來希望如何使用公園,徵詢了民眾回饋意見。我們用這些回饋意見起草了《Kaipātiki本地公園管理方案》草案。

    草案:

    • 指導對Kaipātiki本地公園的管理
    • 概述未來十年我們將如何管理本地公園,如何保護它們的價值

     

    關於草案:

    該方案草案覆蓋了奧克蘭市議會在Kaipātiki擁有及管轄的所有公園和保護區,其中包括170個公園和約540公頃的土地。

    想法源自哪裡

    《本地公園管理方案》草案中的想法來自:

    • 我們在社區徵詢的意見和建議
    • 社區組織
    • 毛利土地權威(mana whenua) (與奧克蘭部分地區有著祖先傳承關係、並在這些地區行使傳統權力的毛利宗族或部落)
    • 當地毛利人(mataawaka)  (生活在奧克蘭但不隸屬於任何毛利宗族或部落的毛利人).

     

    方案是怎樣構成的

    《Kaipātiki本地公園管理方案》草案由兩冊組成。

    • 第一冊制定了方案的範圍和目的
    • 第二冊詳細研究了方案對各個公園意味著什麼

    該方案是根據1977保護區法案》(外部連結)來準備的。

    我們希望您對以下內容給出回饋意見

    我們希望聽到來自Kaipātiki社區的聲音,以確保我們正確規劃了該方案。

    告訴我們:

    • 有沒有我們該做調整的地方
    • 您喜歡哪些
    • 您不喜歡哪些

    您如何發表看法

    -可以填寫我們的線上回饋表格

     

    什麼時候發表您的看法

    您可以從2022年8月15日至10月17日發表您的看法。

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