policy consultation

Living Streets Aotearoa Wellington meeting series - Monday June 22

Andy Smith and Ellen Blake from the LSA exec have committed themselves to a week of meetings. Monday started with an LSA strategy meeting with Mike Mellor at the railway station.

 

Then it was off to the NZ Police and Superintendent Steve Greally who is the Manager Road Policing. We talked about our yellow feet, proposed law change and Vision Zero for road deaths.

 

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Climate change and walking

The recent Government public consultation on a proposed target (or INDC) for the Paris round of talks on Climate Change highlights one of the most pressing issues of our time. Living Streets Aotearoa has recognised this with not one but two submissions on the proposal, one from the national executive and one from the Wellington group.

New Zealand may be a small part of the global GHG emission but we are a high per capita emitter. Living Streets Aotearoa has a clear position on where New Zealand should be aiming: 

Matakana and Omaha Flats/Pt Wells Draft Sustainable Development Plans (Rodney)

The Matakana, Omaha Flats and Point Wells communities have been involved in a series of public meetings and workshops to help define the future direction of their community.
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Reserve management plans (Rodney)

This page introduces and lists reserve management plans in development and recently developed, with links to individual plan files.
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Submission form - draft Manawatu active transport strategy

Submission form for the draft Manawatu Active Transport Strategy (MATS) which is about to go out for public consultation.
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Maps - draft Manawatu active transport strategy

Maps from the appendix section of the Manawatu Active Transport Strategy, showing existing facilities for pedestrians and cyclists and possible new facility locations.
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