Read all about our infrastructure projects. These cover a wide range of projects from shared pathways and reserve management plans to Zero Waste developments.
In April 2022, the Mayor and Councillors approved $5 million to earthquake-strengthen the building so it could be safely reopened for public use. The project is deep into the planning phase and earthquake-strengthening work is expected to take about two years.
We are working to ensure we have sufficient supply of both residential and industrial land to meet growth demands for the district over the next 30 years.
One of the big calls in our 10-Year Plan in 2021 was Planting our Place by working with mana whenua to plant 34 hectares of urban forest across the District over the next 20 years to help bring back native birdsong to our urban areas and make our place greener and healthier for our kids.
NPDC is promoting the New Plymouth District Council (Perpetual Investment Fund) Bill to Parliament.
In July 2021, Taranaki’s three district councils (South Taranaki, Stratford and New Plymouth) decided to investigate the possibility of building and operating a regional Organic Materials Recovery Facility to divert potentially thousands of tonnes of waste from going to landfill from across the region.
Both of these iconic bridges in Pukekura Park will be closed to the public while scheduled maintenance takes place.
This project will fix a persistent flooding issue on the main lawn of Onaero Domain during rainfall.
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