--1.34 Central NI local council

INCLUDES:
<ul><li>Documents prepared by local councils in the central North Island</li><li>Policy advice papers from consultants etc</li><li>Submissions on TLA policy by NGOs etc</li><li>Legislation (by-laws)</li><li>Implementation of walking strategies</li></ul>
EXCLUDES:
Promotional materials e.g. maps and pamphlets (see section 4), Detailed engineering and design standards (2), Safety & health information (3)

Recreation strategy (Taupo)

Taupo district is a special place to recreate, known worldwide for its environment and the variety of opportunities this presents.
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Cycling and walking strategy (Taupo)

Council has adopted a district wide cycling and walking strategy that provides guida
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Future Ruapehu - asset management plans

Recreation and community facilities An index and summary to the asset management document.
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Land transport programme - part 4 (Ruapehu District Council)

This section contains the financial summary.
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Ruapehu District Council
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Land transport programme - part 3 (Ruapehu District Council)

Part 3 of the programme covers improvement and replacement of roads
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Ruapehu District Council
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Land transport programme - part 2 (Ruapehu District Council)

Part 2 of the July 2006-June 2007 plan which covers road maintenance
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Ruapehu District Council
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Land transport plan - part 1 (Ruapehu District Council)

Part 1 of the plan which is for the period July 2006-June 2007 and covers aspects of road maintenance.
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Ruapehu District Council
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