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The Rangitikei District comprises 4,500 square kilometres of mainly lush, rural land. It is a diverse district, ranging from the sand plains on the south coast - which stretch inland almost as far as Bulls - to the magnificent hill country of the upper Rangitikei. 

Proposed Amendment to Rates Remission Policy

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Council is concerned that the result of government legislation on earthquake-prone buildings will be to condemn many of the District’s commercial buildings to a declining occupancy and abandonment.

Council believes that providing short-term remission of rates, together with a waiver of at least part of the building/resource consent costs involved, will provide an incentive to owners of such buildings, in addition to the opportunities they see in developing their businesses.

Council is interested in knowing the community’s views on this proposal and invites written submissions on this policy. If you want to make a submission please get it back to one of the locations below by 12 pm (noon) Friday 12 September 2014.

Alternatively you may lodge a submission electronically at www.rangitikei.govt.nz.

The hearing of submissions will be held on 2 October 2014, in the Council Chambers at the Marton Office, 46 High Street, Marton.

A Summary of Information and submission form can be obtained from the locations listed below, by request on 0800 422 522, or by downloading from here.

Statement of Proposal  Proposed Amendment

Summary of Information Submission Form


The full Statement of Proposal (including a copy of the Amendment to the Rates Remission Policy) may be inspected at any of the locations listed below.  Copies may be provided by request on 0800 422 522, or by downloading from www.rangitikei.govt.nz


Marton Office

46 High Street, Marton

Marton Library

31 High Street, Marton

Bulls Library

73 High Street, Bulls

Taihape Library

90-92 Hautapu Street, Taihape

Further enquiries in respect to this proposal may be directed to Denise Servante, Senior Policy Analyst, on 06 327 0099

Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 16:25
 

Invitation to Public Workshop on Hunterville Town Centre Plan

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The Council is holding a a full day workshop, hosted by David Engwicht from Creative Communities, for the public to contribute to a Town Centre Plan for Hunterville.  More detailed information on this workshop can be found here.

Hunterville Town Centre Plan Invitation

 

Early Community Engagement on Council Long Term Plan

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Rangitikei District Council is holding a series of community meetings across the District as part of the development of the Council’s 2015-2025 Long Term Plan.  Rangitikei residents and ratepayers are encouraged to attend these meetings to have a say about the future of the District.


Enquiries about these meetings can be directed to Carol Downs, LTP Project Co-ordinator, on 06 327 0099, ext 835 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Last Updated on Friday, 08 August 2014 15:39
 

Marton Library Repairs

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Repairs to Marton Library Building Have Commenced

Work has started on repairs to the Marton Library parapet and should be completed by Thursday next week. The Library will remain open while repairs are being done. Visitors to the Library may notice some noise from the work being undertaken, but the Contractor is endeavouring to keep any noise disruption to a minimum.

 

Region Welcomes Growth Study

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A Manawatu-Whanganui Regional Growth Study was announced today by Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Minister for Primary Industries Nathan Guy. The study will prioritise investment and economic development opportunities for the Horizons region.

Last Updated on Thursday, 10 July 2014 14:19 Read more...>>>
 

Bulls Town Centre Plan Adopted

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The Bulls Town Centre Plan was adopted by Council at their meeting on Thursday 26th June 2014 and can be viewed here.

Bulls Town Centre Plan

Last Updated on Friday, 27 June 2014 15:34
 

Survey Of Residents About Council Services

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A big thank you to everyone who took part in the recent postal and online survey about Council’s services.

The Council undertakes regular satisfaction surveys amongst residents as part of the performance framework agreed with our auditors and your help is greatly appreciated. The research was carried out by independent market research company, Versus Research. There was a great response. The winner of the prize draw (an iPad Mini) lives in Marton. Congratulations!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 June 2014 09:58 Read more...>>>
 

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Rangitikei Strategic Water Assessment Project

This project is a district-wide study aimed at investigating smart water use and sustainable economic development opportunities for future water use in the Rangitikei District.

The Rangitikei District Council and Ministry for Primary Industries (via the Irrigation Acceleration Fund) are joint funders.

For more detailed information on this project follow this link Rangitikei Strategic Water Assessment Project


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Contact the Council

Head Office: 46 High St, Marton

Postal Address: Private Bag 1102, Marton 4741  

Phone: 06 327 0099

Free Phone: 0800 422 522

Fax: 06 327 6970

Email: info@rangitikei.govt.nz

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