The Annual Plan is a planning document outlining Ōtorohanga District Council's plans for the year from 1 July to 30 June the following year.
It outlines what Council intends to do, and the costs of doing this.
Annual Plans are created in consultation with the public in the years between the Long Term Plan, which is created every three years.
The Annual Report is a summary of the performance of the Council for the preceding year.
Current bylaws within the Ōtorohanga District
The District Plan governs rules and standards to manage subdivision and land use activities within the district.
This page consolidates forms and applications found elsewhere on this website to make it easier for you to find what you need. Forms are organised by subject.
This policy controls the establishment and location of gaming machine venues and the number of gaming machines that may be operated.
Find out more about local heritage news and upcoming events in the Heritage New Zealand newsletter, Heritage Quarterly.
This policy will enable shops to trade on Easter Sunday if they wish to.
Every 3 years, the Council creates a Long Term Plan (LTP) outlining the direction of the District over the next ten years.
This document sets out how to design and construct transportation, water supply, wastewater, stormwater and landscaping infrastructure in the district.
The roading activity management plan gathers together information on the assets for roading and identify any
roading management issues.
A significance and engagement policy identifies how and when communities can expect to be engaged in, or specifically consulted on, decisions about issues, proposals, assets, decisions and activities of Council.
The purpose of this plan is to manage and minimise waste by recognising the need to focus efforts higher on reducing and recovering waste earlier it is life cycle, shifting focus away from treatment and disposal.