rural walkways

Council responds favourable to pedestrian and elderly concerns (Far North DC)

Media release Over $1.5 million has been committed by the Far North District Council over the next 12 months in an programme to progressively upgrade the Far North’s footpath network.
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Kerikeri-Paihia track strategy (Far North DC)

The vision of the Kerikeri-Paihia Track Strategy is to develop a logical and well-used set of integrated walkways that meet the needs of both residents and visitors to the Kerikeri-Paihia area.
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Operative Waikato Regional Policy Statement (Coast: public access)

Outlines significant resource management issues, objectives,policies and methods associated with public access to the coastline.
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Papamoa Hills Cultural Heritage Regional Park (BOP)

The Bay of Plenty’s first regional park, the Papamoa Hills Cultural Heritage Regional Park, opened to the public in 2004 and is located near Te Puke. The 100ha park includes a 45 minute walk up to its summit, which offers sweeping views of the Bay of Plenty coastline.
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Christchurch to Little River cycleway/walkway proposal

The purpose of this report is to inform the Council of the development of a combined 50km cycleway/walkway between Christchurch
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