Reports on the Administration of Hastings District Council’s Policy and Practices in Relation to the Control of Dogs.
The Annual Report is our statement to the community about our finances and performance during the financial year. Below are the most recent Annual Reports, if you are seeking copies of previous reports not listed please email email@example.com.
The purpose of this report is to update Council on the dog control statistics for the annual 10A Dog Report for the year 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017.
This report includes social and demographic information, prepared for the Hastings District Council by Professor Natalie Jackson (November 2011).
This report provides an analysis of the feasibility of protecting the Haumoana coastline through the construction of a series of groynes. It considers a current design proposal for these structures, the outcomes of an iterative peer review process on the engineering feasibility and costs of the proposal, and the findings of a cost‐benefit analysis of alternatives to arrive at an overall conclusion on project feasibility, within the national and regional policy context of the sustainable management of the coast. This technical report will be superseded by the Joint Coastal Hazards Strategy due to be released by 2018.
Hastings District Licensing Committee annual report for the most recent financial year.
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Performance & Monitoring Reports
Safer Hastings is a coalition made up of people from a diverse group of government and community agencies and a wide network of supporting organisations all working together in a co-ordinated and collaborative way to improve community safety.
The State of the Environment Report gives Council and our community information on the condition of the environment we live in. It also tells us whether these conditions are improving or declining. From this, we can identify key environmental pressures and make a plan on how we react to those as a community. The latest report was adopted by Council in December 2021 and includes results from 2015 to 2019. Hard copies of the report are available at Hastings, Havelock North and Flaxmere libraries and Council’s Customer Service Centre, 207 Lyndon Road, Hastings. The soft copy is below. This report exists because under the Resource Management Act 1991, Council is required to monitor the state of Hastings district’s environment. The Act also requires us to make a review of the results publicly available. To date, Council has completed three reports (including this one).
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