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Councillor Peter Bentley moved a Notice of Motion, which was seconded by Councillor Raj Kumar, to “call for an independent review of Rotorua District Council”.

The high level framework had been shared with some key stakeholders and partners and there would be further and wider engagement and consultation in future.

In an update to the Operations & Monitoring Committee today, council’s Deputy Chief Executive District Development Jean-Paul Gaston, outlined the process that was underway, explaining there were several key pieces of work that needed to be completed before a proposed plan could be developed.

These included working with mana whenua and Te Arawa on cultural foundations and working on an incentives policy to encourage commercial and residential development in the inner city.

View the presentation slides relating to this update HERE

There was no specific timeframe around the foundational work as it was important to take the time to “get it right”, Mr Gaston said.

Contracts are also in place with four Rotorua-based social service agencies to provide support services and a physical hub is to be established to deliver these services.

The committee was updated on the work of the housing taskforce that is a collaboration between Council, Central Government agencies, Te Arawa and local social agencies, dealing in the first instance with changes to the management of emergency housing and progressing towards more social housing for Rotorua.

Update on work underway relating to housing

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