Bay of Plenty

Parks asset management plan 2005 (Rotorua)

Rotorua District Council (RDC) is responsible for the provision and management of community recreation facilities.
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Rotorua civil engineering standard

This Code of Practice applies to all Engineering works and services constructed by or on behalf of Council, all Works and Services vested in Council as a result of Subdivision or Development and all Works and Services required by Subdivision or Resource Consent under the Resource Management Act 1991.This
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Roading (Kawerau)

Information and statistics on roading, kerbing, footpaths, lighting and related subjects for the Kawerau district.
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Regional Policy Statement: Implementing Smart Growth (Bay of Plenty)

Live, work and play A factsheet outlining Live, work and play including the concept of walkable neighbourhoods - good neighbourhood design with everything close by.
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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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Regional Land Transport Strategy (Environment BOP)

The 2004 RLTS sets a strategic framework for transportation in the region.
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Bay of Plenty Regional Land Transport Strategy

The RLTS has a vision for “…an integrated, safe, sustainable land transport system that meets the current and developing needs of the people of a vibrant and growing region”.
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Tauranga Walking and Cycling Strategy

"The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to Council in the way it promotes, plans, manages and provides for walking and cycling activities in the Tauranga district. The key themes of this strategy are simply: 1.
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