Future development strategy tauranga

2 Sep 2019 The focus of the proposed NPS:UD is on growth without unnecessary restriction Tauranga, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown will be targeted will be required to produce a Future Development Strategy (FDS),  14 Aug 2019 Requires councils to prepare a Future Development Strategy Bay of Plenty Regional Council, Tauranga City Council, Western Bay of Plenty.

In my current role as Urban Strategy Planner I am responsible for leading the development of the Tauranga Urban Strategy. Access the draft Tauranga Urban  We developed the Urban Development Strategy (UDS) with the community, and implementing the strategy continues to be a core component of our work. future settlement pattern outlined in the Growth Strategy at a local scale. Council, Hamilton City Council, Tauranga City Council and Whangarei District  22 Aug 2019 The NPS-UD is part of the Government's wider Urban Growth Agenda, Identified for this status are: Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown (the Big Six). Future development strategy.

“The number of people living in Tauranga has doubled in the last 30 years. We are still growing and are expected to have another 50,000 people living in Tauranga over the next 30 years. “It is intended that the project will be a blueprint for the future development of the Te Papa peninsula over the next 30 years.

You will be responsible for leading planning and growth management projects to effectively develop, inform and deliver the SmartGrowth Settlement Pattern, Future Development Strategy, Tauranga Urban Strategy and other strategic initiatives such as the Urban Form and Transport Initiative. Future Proof is a growth strategy specific to the Hamilton, Waipa and Waikato sub-region. Since the launch in September 2009, the Future Proof implementation team has been working on a 100-point plan to manage growth in the Future Proof sub-region. The Infrastructure Development Code (IDC) is the document that outlines Tauranga City Council’s and Western Bay of Plenty District Council's required standards for how infrastructure and land should be developed. Launched in 2004, SmartGrowth provides a unified vision, direction and voice for the future of the western Bay of Plenty as we help develop a great place to live, learn, work and play. The SmartGrowth Strategy forms an implementation plan focused on six key outcomes: Visionary leadership and collaboration Sustaining and improving the environment.

Future Development Strategy Consultation now closed - thanks for the feedback. The submission period has now closed and The SmartGrowth Leadership Group will be considering all feedback received at its December meeting. We'll post the updated documents once they're completed early in 2019.

Councils in high growth areas like the western Bay of Plenty are required by Government to assess future housing and business needs and create a  The Tauranga Urban Strategy is complemented by the SmartGrowth Future Development Strategy which considers how we manage growth over the wider  SmartGrowth is a collaboration between Tauranga City Council, Western Bay of Plenty District Council, Bay of Plenty Regional Council and Tangata Whenua. Consultation has concluded on the Draft Future Development Strategy. Tauranga City Council has also produced the Tauranga Urban Strategy, which is  

SmartGrowth in a nutshell. SmartGrowth provides a unified vision, direction and voice for the future of the western Bay of Plenty as we help develop a great place to live, learn, work and play. Taking into account a range of environmental, social, economic and cultural matters, the strategy identifies opportunities for building our community.

7 Nov 2018 to submit on the proposed Future Development Strategy (FDS) and The Ports of Tauranga are nationally significant for horticulture for both  UFTI builds on the works of previous plans such as the Tauranga Transport Plan, Tauranga Urban Strategy and the Future Development Strategy and aligns  Strategy 2051 approach, in that it defined urban limits and future growth areas across the western Bay of Plenty subregion. It also supports the key growth  In my current role as Urban Strategy Planner I am responsible for leading the development of the Tauranga Urban Strategy. Access the draft Tauranga Urban  We developed the Urban Development Strategy (UDS) with the community, and implementing the strategy continues to be a core component of our work. future settlement pattern outlined in the Growth Strategy at a local scale. Council, Hamilton City Council, Tauranga City Council and Whangarei District 

This submission responds to both the SmartGrowth Future Development Strategy (FDS) and the Tauranga Urban Strategy (TUS). 3.2. The Bay of Plenty is a significant growth region in New Zealand. Tauranga’s growth makes it the 5th largest city in New Zealand. 3.3. It is the development community who will develop the land and build the buildings that will

Future Development Strategy Consultation now closed - thanks for the feedback. The submission period has now closed and The SmartGrowth Leadership Group will be considering all feedback received at its December meeting. We'll post the updated documents once they're completed early in 2019.

SmartGrowth in a nutshell. SmartGrowth provides a unified vision, direction and voice for the future of the western Bay of Plenty as we help develop a great place to live, learn, work and play. Taking into account a range of environmental, social, economic and cultural matters, the strategy identifies opportunities for building our community. UFTI will build on the work of previous plans such as the Tauranga Transport Plan, Tauranga Urban Strategy and the Future Development Strategy and add modelling and a sub-regional focus to attract investment and support from central Government. This will begin with a 12-month programme of work to identify and address key issues regarding: “The number of people living in Tauranga has doubled in the last 30 years. We are still growing and are expected to have another 50,000 people living in Tauranga over the next 30 years. “It is intended that the project will be a blueprint for the future development of the Te Papa peninsula over the next 30 years. UFTI builds on the works of previous plans such as the Tauranga Transport Plan, Tauranga Urban Strategy and the Future Development Strategy and aligns with both the Government Policy Statement and the Government’s Urban Growth Agenda – which support the delivery of successful and highly liveable communities.