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LET'S TALK WATER: The demand for our fresh water just keeps on growing. We're working on a strategy to help do everything possible to protect its quantity and quality, now and into the future.

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REGIONAL AND COASTAL PLAN REVIEW: A project is now underway to review these plans. Ultimately, the two plans will be combined and replaced by one: the Waikato Regional Plan.

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2017/18 ANNUAL PLAN: The annual plan is a document the council adopts each year that sets out the budget and the sources of funding for the year. The annual plan is prepared in the years between each LTP. Find out more on this year's annual plan process, or make a submission.

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HAVE YOUR SAY: Find out what we are currently consulting with the public about.

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FROM GO TO WOAH:  Creating and implementing policy is a big job! Find out about the different stages council policy and plan documents go through, as they move from intial discussion to operative status.

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HEALTHY RIVERS: PLAN FOR CHANGE: We're proposing changes to the regional plan to help restore and protect the health of the Waikato and Waipā rivers, which are key to a vibrant regional economy.

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LAKE WAIKARE AND WHANGAMARINO WETLAND CMP: We're developing a catchment management plan (CMP) to help care and protect for Lake Waikare and Whangamarino Wetland.

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HAURAKI COROMANDEL PLAN CHANGE: The Waihou and Piako river catchments and Coromandel Peninsula will be next off the rank for the Healthy Rivers Project.

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TALK TO THE TEAM: Use our online form to send our Policy team feedback or make an enquiry. You can also ring us on 0800 800 401.

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