Ten Year Plan: 2009 - 2019

The 2009 - 2019 Ten Year Plan is superceded by later Long Term Plans.

What you can expect from us over the next decade

The Council's Ten Year Plan sets out what it plans to do over the next ten years, how much it will cost and how it will be funded. On 30 June 2010, the Council decided to amend the Ten Year Plan adopted last year to provide for the transfer of control and ownership of the Waikawau Recreational Reserve. The process for how this will be managed will be determined at a later stage.

The Ten Year Plan includes four documents:

  • Summary 
    A short overview of the Ten Year Plan
  • Volume One 
    Detailed plans and costs for the next ten years
  • Volume Two 
    A number of policies and statements which support these plans.
  • Ten Year Plan Amendment 
    The transfer of control and ownership of the Waikawau Recreational Reserve (developed in alignment with the 2010/2011 Annual Plan).

Submissions Received

The Council received a number of submissions to its Ten Year Plan in February 2009 and Ten Year Plan amendment in February/March 2010.

Submissions received on the Ten Year Plan amendment are included with the 2010/2011 Annual Plan pages.

We are required, by legislation, to develop a Long Term Plan (LTP), which is to be revised every three years.

At this Council, we call the LTP the "ten year plan", which is the document that sets out the activities and services that we intend to provide for a period covering a minimum of ten years. This allows us to take a long-term view of our responsibilities while enabling us to adjust for changing financial factors and keep budgets up-to-date.

We are required to carry out consultation prior to the adoption of the plan.

The Ten Year plan is the basis for the Annual Plan and is the basis upon which the Council sets rates.

What is a Ten Year Plan?

The Local Government Act 2002 states that all Councils must produce a Ten Year Plan (to be revised every 3 years).The Plan is to ensure the Council is

  • providing a long-term focus for the decisions and activities of the local authority
  • provides integrated decision-making and co-ordination of the resources of the local authority
  • provides an opportunity for participation by the public in decision-making processes on activities to be undertaken by the local authority

Audit Opinion

Please note: The audit opinion contained in volume one relates to the printed copies available from our Council offices.

Matters Relating to the Electronic Presentation of the Audited Long-term Council Community Plan

This report relates to the LTCCP of Thames Coromandel District Council for the ten years commencing 1 July 2009 which was adopted by District Council on 24 June 2009 included on Thames Coromandel District Council’s web-site. The Thames Coromandel District Council is responsible for the maintenance and integrity of the Thames Coromandel District Council’s web site. We have not been engaged to report on the integrity of the Thames Coromandel District Council’s web site. We accept no responsibility for any changes that may have occurred to the LTCCP since it was initially presented on the web site.

The report refers only to the LTCCP named above. It does not provide an opinion on any other information which may have been hyperlinked to/from the LTCCP, including the adopted amendment to the LTCCP published by the District Council and which has not been incorporated with the content of the LTCCP to which this report relates. If readers of this report are concerned with the inherent risks arising from electronic data communication they should refer to the published hard copy of the LTCCP incorporating volumes 1 to 2 adopted on 24 June 2009, the related audit report dated 24 June 2009 and the amendment adopted on 30 June 2010to confirm the information included in the LTCCP and amendment presented on this web site.

The preparation and dissemination of the LTCCP is governed by New Zealand legislation