Draft Regional Parks Management Plan

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A copy of the Regional Parks Management Plan with cover art of a child and woman looking at pebbles by a creek with a cliff and trees in the background.

Auckland’s 28 regional parks cover 41,000 hectares of public space. They are valued for their natural and heritage qualities and for the many wonderful experiences they offer us to connect to natural places.

The Regional Parks Management Plan is the council’s plan that guides our management of these parks to both protect them and to enable people to enjoy the parks. It was last published in 2010. This review will result in an updated management plan to guide us over the next 10 years.



Update:

Consultation on the Draft Regional Parks Management Plan closed on 4 March 2022.

Submissions are published on the hearings page along with the hearings dates.



Auckland’s 28 regional parks cover 41,000 hectares of public space. They are valued for their natural and heritage qualities and for the many wonderful experiences they offer us to connect to natural places.

The Regional Parks Management Plan is the council’s plan that guides our management of these parks to both protect them and to enable people to enjoy the parks. It was last published in 2010. This review will result in an updated management plan to guide us over the next 10 years.



Update:

Consultation on the Draft Regional Parks Management Plan closed on 4 March 2022.

Submissions are published on the hearings page along with the hearings dates.



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    Draft Regional Parks Management Plan

    The draft Regional Parks Management Plan provides an enduring vision for 28 of our regional parks with objectives and policies to guide park management for the next decade. It also includes a chapter on each regional park, describing the specific management intentions for that park.

    This draft plan was informed by thousands of suggestions – including from mana whenua, the community and organisations. The plan also reflects our current policies, strategies and work programmes where they relate to regional parks.

    Now we want your feedback to help finalise the draft plan in 2022, providing the best guidance possible for our precious regional parks for the next decade.

    You can also let us know if you would like to speak to the hearings panel about your feedback.

    We strongly encourage you to read the draft plan before answering the following questions. It’s a big document, so many of the questions provide you with a chapter reference.

    Thank you for taking the time to help us care for Auckland’s regional parks.

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