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Strategic Plan Review Process

Strategic Plan Review The Council is implementing a strategic plan review process to: break down the work required introduce change in a controlled and strategic manner make it more manageable for the community to be involved. There are three tranches to this process: Stream 1: Freshwater focus (current - notification scheduled mid 2025) Stream 2: Regional direction (2025 onwards) Stream 3: Air (2025 onwards) Document Status Stream Regional Policy Statement for Taranaki Under review Stream 1 -

Natural Resources Plan

The proposed Natural Resources Plan for the Taranaki replaces and integrates the Regional Policy Statement and three regional plans for managing soil, discharges to land, freshwater and air. Overview Our environment including its natural and physical resources are precious and need to be carefully managed. The Council’s mission is to promote the sustainable use, development and protection of our natural and physical resources and to help us achieve that we’re developing the Natural Resources

Soil Plan for Taranaki 2001

The Regional Soil Plan addresses soil loss and soil health issues largely by non-regulatory methods, though there are limited rules. The Plan is currently under review. Find out more about the review here. Regional Soil Plan Download the full Plan here. Amendments have been made to the Plan to include advisory notes for the National Environmental Standards for Plantation Forestry 2018 and the National Environmental Standards for Freshwater 2020. For further information please see sections 3.3

Farm plans

Find out about sector-based farm environment plans, and also the range of farm and property plans available from the Taranaki Regional Council and the new freshwater farm plans. It's considered industry best practice to prepare and implement a farm environment plan. The Council currently has no regulatory requirement for such plans. However, the Council has for many years worked with willing landholders to prepare a range of farm plans. Farm environment plans may become a requirement throughout

Regional Fresh Water Plan

The Regional Fresh Water Plan promotes sustainable management of the region's freshwater resources by applying rules and conditions to various activities. The Plan is currently under review. Regional Fresh Water Plan for Taranaki Download the full Plan here, or scroll down and download the Plan rules as separate documents. Amendments have been made to the Plan to comply with the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management 2020 and to include advisory notes for the National Environmental

Freshwater Farm Plans

Here's all the information about the new Freshwater Farm Plans. What are Freshwater Farm Plans?Freshwater farm plans (FWFPs) are being introduced by the Government as a way for farmers to address and manage on-farm risks to freshwater. FWFPs will identify practical actions on-farm that help improve our local waterways. The regulations will be introduced in Taranaki in mid-2024. The regulationsFreshwater farm plan regulations were introduced in the National Environmental Standards for Freshwater

Freshwater Farm Plans

Here's all the information about the new Freshwater Farm Plans. What are Freshwater Farm Plans?Freshwater farm plans (FWFPs) are being introduced by the Government as a way for farmers to address and manage on-farm risks to freshwater. FWFPs will identify practical actions on-farm that help improve our local waterways. The regulations will be introduced in Taranaki in mid-2024. The regulationsFreshwater farm plan regulations were introduced in the National Environmental Standards for Freshwater

Water & Soil Plan review

The Taranaki Regional Council’s current Fresh Water and Soil Plans are being merged into a Regional Freshwater and Land Management Plan for Taranaki. Options for minimum flows & water allocation The Council commissioned this scientific report analysing environmental impacts of different limits on freshwater flows and allowable water takes. It draws on long-term monitoring data to model the impacts of various flow and allocation limits on fish and invertebrate populations, and on the reliability