Formal consultation: You're invited to let us know your thoughts on our Draft Management Plan, including the proposed development plan. You'll be able to provide feedback on any or all aspects of the plan.
Since November 2016 we’ve been working with our community to prepare a plan for Maclean Park's long-term development so that it can meet the needs of current and future users. This includes developing a new Management Plan to replace the existing one, including a draft development plan that outlines a framework for the long-term improvement of the park’s main attractions.
Kāpiti has grown up with Maclean Park, and we want to sustain and enhance its character and mana for future generations with forward thinking and great ideas to create a contemporary destination park the District can be proud of.
There have been a range of opportunities for you to contribute your ideas for Maclean Park and the management plan throughout the project, and now we’re asking you to provide any further feedback you’ve got now that we have the draft ready.
Here’s some info on how we’ve engaged with the community about the Maclean Park refresh.
Community input phase 1 : What's your Maclean Park story?
Your input and ideas for the park and its development
We've heard from you through:
- Hui with Te Ātiawa and Ngāti Toa
|30 November 2016 - 20 February 2017 - complete|
|Preparation of three draft long-term development concept options||March/April 2017 - complete|
Community input phase 2 : Development options feedback
Your feedback on the park development options
Over 250 people provided in-depth feedback on the three draft long-term development concepts. For more information about this process and the three concepts, check out our concept design booklet.
|27 April - 25 May 2017 - complete|
|Draft Management Plan including proposed long-term development concept prepared and finalised||June - August 2017 - complete|
Community input phase 3: DRAFT MANAGEMENT PLAN SUBMISSIONS
|2 August - 3 October 2017|
|Hearing of submissions||October 2017|
Council adoption of new Reserve Management Plan including the long-term development plan.