Updated 17 January 2022: Customers on the LOWER WAITAKI Water Supply are advised to BOIL WATER until further notice. The Conserve Water Notice has now been lifted.
Ōamaru, Weston and Kakanui have begun to experience population growth and change. The decisions we make now will shape the way we live, for decades. By 2051, the population in Ōamaru, Weston and Kakanui is expected to increase by approximately 4,400. That’s going to have an impact on where, and how we live.
The Oamaru, Weston and Kakanui Spatial Plan will be a guiding document for growth and development within these areas over the next 30 years. The Plan is being prepared collaboratively with Council, mana whenua, stakeholders and the community, and is working towards a shared vision and blueprint for development.
We want your feedback! Click on the feedback page, read the Draft Spatial Plan and tell us what you think.
Tell us what you think of the Draft Spatial Plan. Public engagement will run from the 11 October - 19 November and you can give us your feedback through our online form or at our drop-in sessions.
What is a spatial plan, why do we need one and what is the process involved?