Flaxmere Park’s 10-year-plan, adopted in 2011, recognises that the park makes an important contribution to Flaxmere. It is a key urban recreational area on which sports and events are held and includes a popular children’s playground.
Hastings District Council’s Graffiti Vandalism Strategy has been developed to coordinate current operations, widen the current approach to graffiti reduction and to endorse initiatives and funding applications.
The purpose of this strategy is to help improve the performance of the CBD through urban design. To do this it dovetails with traffic and parking programmes designed to make the city centre easier to access, and with economic initiatives such as the Mainstreets programme which focus on promoting business within the CBD.
Older people are valuable resources and fulfill a number of important roles within our community here in the Hastings District. They are volunteers; paid workers; community leaders; mentors and important family members. It is important that Hastings District Council understands how it can best support the wellbeing of older people in our community so that they can live a fulfilling and enjoyable life that enables their active participation in both the economy and community; in ways that they choose. This Strategy is a vehicle to achieve this in an integrated and comprehensive manner.
Traffic Counting Strategy 2014
Drinking Water Strategy
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