Long Term Plan
LTP Amendment 2021-31
On Tuesday 13 December, Council resolved an amendment to the Long Term Plan (LTP) 2021-31.
The monumental decision will see several significant infrastructure projects delivered to support growth in the South Waikato for our communities’ current future needs.
Read the full media statement and the amended LTP 2021-31 document by clicking on the links below.
Council adopted the Long Term Plan 2021-31 on 30 June 2021. The LTP outlines our plans, focus, activities and budgets for the coming ten years.
The Long Term Plan is a large document so we have broken it down into parts:
- LTP Parts 1 and 2 - Introduction, overview and our district
- LTP Part 3 - Shaping our plan
- LTP - Part 4 - Securing our plan
- LTP - Part 5 - Our services (governance & corporate and economic and community development)
- LTP - Part 5 - Our services (community facilities, parks & reserves and property)
- LTP - Part 5 - Our services (regulatory, solid waste & recycling and transport, roading & footpaths)
- LTP - Part 5 - Our services (three waters - water supply, wastewater and stormwater)
- LTP - Part 6 - Dollars and cents (funding & rates and Rating Funding Impact Statement)
- LTP - Part 6 - Dollars and cents (LTP disclosure statement 2021-31)
- LTP - Part 6 - Dollars and cents (forecast financial statements and reserves)
- LTP - Part 6 - Dollars and cents (rates examples and rating maps)
- LTP - Part 6 - Dollars and cents (statement of accounting policies and audit report
- LTP - Part 7 - Our policies (title pages - see below for policies)
- LTP - Part 8 - Appendices and planning assumptions
Long Term Plan Amendment
On Tuesday 13 December, Council resolved an amendment to the Long Term Plan (LTP) 2021-31. Several significant infrastructure projects will be delivered to support growth in the South Waikato for our communities’ current future needs.
The projects, branded Building BIG Empowering GROWTH lie in the three waters areas across the district.
Through its LTP and Annual Plans, Council has confirmed with our community that economic growth and resilience is a priority.
Supporting policy documents
- Development and Financial Contributions Policy
- Significance and Engagement Policy
- Remission of Rates Policy
- Postponement of Rates Policy
- Remission and Postponement of Rates on Maori Freehold Land Policy
- Treasury Management Policy
- Revenue and Finance Policy
- Thirty Year Infrastructure Strategy
Fees and Charges
Why does Council produce a Long Term Plan?
Every three years Council produces a Long Term Plan or 10 year plan. This plan looks closely at the first three years and then takes a more general view of the outlying seven years. We are required to do this under current government legislation, however it is also sound planning practice for an organisation such as a council.
The most recent Long Term Plan was produced in 2021 and looks to 2031. Council will repeat this process in 2024 and that LTP will look out ten years to 2034.
The focus of the Long Term Plan is the Council Strategy, which identifies what Council will focus on over the next 10 years. As such, the Long Term Plan also details a 10 year programme of Council activities, forecast expenditure and intended revenue sources. All district and regional councils are required to have an audited Long Term Plan.
If you want to talk to us about anything in the Long Term Plan please contact Strategic Policy.