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TDC Feedback: Landscapes and Coastal Environment Projects


Wed 2 Jun 2021, 10:00am–1:30pm

Where: Lake Rotoiti Community Hall, 22 Main Rd, Nelson Lakes, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: environmentplan

Drop in to this Tasman District Council feedback event to ask questions and give your thoughts on the draft Outstanding Natural Landscapes, Outstanding Natural Features, and new Coastal Environment mapping.

The feedback event is an opportunity for you to meet with council planners and the authors of the Landscape Study and Coastal Environment Study.

Jumbo maps will be available and we hope you will join us for some kai and conversation.

As part of the process to create the new Tasman Environment Plan, Council have released draft maps identifying Tasman’s Outstanding Natural Landscapes and Features, and Coastal Environment.

Mapping these areas is a legal requirement. In a few years, the final areas will have extra protections.

This work is not about stopping existing, legally established activities – it’s about safeguarding our valued landscapes and coast from specific future activities that would impact what makes them so special.

We want to hear from landowners and affected people about their future land aspirations and views on whether our draft boundaries are in the right place. Working together will help make sure the final areas are correctly identified.