More than 800 responses have been submitted to the Hastings District Council’s community survey on the government’s initial three waters management reform proposal.
These responses helped inform Council’s submission to government on the proposal, delivered on October 1. You can see the full results of the survey on the Council website www.hastingsdc.govt.nz/our-council/meetings/.
Council is keen to keep hearing the community’s views on this proposal that would transfer the ownership and management of storm water, drinking water and waste water assets away from councils to four newly created entities across New Zealand.
The aim is to enable water quality standards to be met consistently across the three waters systems at a lower cost than can be achieved by individual councils.
You can participate in the survey and find out more about the reform proposal at www.hastingsdc.govt.nz/services/water/three-waters-reform/
1 October 2021
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