Draft Long-term Plan 2012-2022 Abba Fidow Regional Hui on Family and Sexual Violence Prevention. The draft LTP 2012-22. What is it? Long-Term Plan (LTP) details what Council will deliver over the next 10 years Allocates budgets to projects and operations
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Draft Long-term Plan2012-2022
Regional Hui on Family and Sexual Violence Prevention
What is it?
Long-Term Plan (LTP) details what Council will deliver over the next 10 years
Allocates budgets to projects and operations
First opportunity for the Council to set its own direction
The LTP is revised every three years
Begins to implement the Auckland Plan
Includes the Local Board Agreements (LBAs)
Considered Local Board Plans and the Auckland Plan during preparation
Initial feedback on draft policies and plans took place with specific groups during September 2011
Aligns with the Mayor’s vision to create the world’s most liveable city
There are 5 key areas of focus:
Transport: draft RLTP & alternative funding
Urban development and natural environment
New system is based on the principle of fairness and aims to create a level playing field for everyone
Rates – increase of 3.6% in 2012/13, then 4.9 % in subsequent years
Universal Annual General Charge - $350
What contribution can Auckland Council make to the prevention of violence within the whanau?
What role should Council undertake in the area of family and sexual violence prevention?
What funding and activities should Council undertake in the area of Family and Sexual violence prevention?
Consider the specific needs and issues for children, women, men, disability, older people.
Summaries sent to all households
Summary and document now available online Draft documents available at libraries and service centres
Submissions or feedback can be sent:
By post – using the freepost address provided
Online through the online form
Through the libraries/ service centres
What do you want to achieve?
Do you support or oppose something in the draft plan? If so, explain why
What are your ideas? How do you think they should be funded? Who might be affected by it? Outline the pros and cons of your proposal
Use examples, facts or professional opinions where possible
Submissions close 23 March at 4pm
Verbal Hearings take place 10 April - 7 May
Council considers feedback and amends the draft LTP
Final LTP and local board agreements adopted June 2012