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Regional Coastal Plan

The Regional Coastal Plan promotes sustainable management of natural and physical resources in the coastal marine areas and includes legally enforceable rules. The Plan review was completed in 2023 and it was made operative on 4 September 2023. Useful Coastal Plan links Give the Council notice of a permitted activity under the Coastal Plan for Taranaki here(external link) Give the Council notice of consented works(external link) Apply for a resource consent under the Coastal Plan for Taranaki

Regional Coastal Plan

The Regional Coastal Plan promotes sustainable management of natural and physical resources in the coastal marine areas and includes legally enforceable rules. The Plan review was completed in 2023 and it was made operative on 4 September 2023. Useful Coastal Plan links Give the Council notice of a permitted activity under the Coastal Plan for Taranaki here(external link) Give the Council notice of consented works(external link) Apply for a resource consent under the Coastal Plan for Taranaki

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

Taranaki Regional Council’s 2024/34 Long-Term Plan adopted

Protecting the environment is front and centre in Taranaki Regional Council’s Long-Term Plan (LTP) with new investment to safeguard the region’s biodiversity, deliver freshwater improvements and address climate change. The 10-year plan for the region was adopted today, including over the period $4.04m in additional funding for freshwater monitoring and developing a new Land and Freshwater Plan, $915,000 for improving climate science, $440,000 for the Council to coordinate biodiversity work

Regional Air Quality Plan

Air quality in Taranaki is of a high natural standard and the Regional Air Quality Plan for Taranaki sets out policies and rules to keep it that way. The plan includes amendments arising from the Government's May 2018 Plantation Forestry regulations. Regional Air Quality Plan for Taranaki 2011 Download the full Plan and appendices here, or scroll down and download the appendices or rules as separate documents. Rule 34 relates to backyard burning. Note: Pursuant to clause 20A of the first

Regional Air Quality Plan

Air quality in Taranaki is of a high natural standard and the Regional Air Quality Plan for Taranaki sets out policies and rules to keep it that way. The plan includes amendments arising from the Government's May 2018 Plantation Forestry regulations. Regional Air Quality Plan for Taranaki 2011 Download the full Plan and appendices here, or scroll down and download the appendices or rules as separate documents. Rule 34 relates to backyard burning. Note: Pursuant to clause 20A of the first

Regional Air Quality Plan

Air quality in Taranaki is of a high natural standard and the Regional Air Quality Plan for Taranaki sets out policies and rules to keep it that way. The plan includes amendments arising from the Government's May 2018 Plantation Forestry regulations. Regional Air Quality Plan for Taranaki 2011 Download the full Plan and appendices here, or scroll down and download the appendices or rules as separate documents. Rule 34 relates to backyard burning. Note: Pursuant to clause 20A of the first

Coastal Plan Review Process

Here's where you can find out about the Coastal Plan review process. Between 2017 and 2023 the Council reviewed its first generation Regional Coastal Plan and undertook a fulsome engagement process with tangata whenua, stakeholders and the wider community. The timeline below identifies the major stages in the review process: September 2016 – the Council released a draft Coastal Plan for public review. 101 responses were received. February 2018 – the Council notified the Proposed Coastal Plan