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Last opportunity to have your say on Parangarahu Lakes Plan

Last opportunity to have your say on Parangarahu Lakes Area Plan

Final submissions on the Parangarahu Lakes Area Co-Management Plan are being called for by the Greater Wellington Regional Council and Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust. Submissions opened on March 24 and will close on Monday 26 May.

The Co-Management Plan covers the proposed management of such things as the area’s cultural, historical, recreational and ecological values.

Hard copies of the plan and submission forms are available online www.gw.govt.nz/have-your-say or from GWRC offices at Upper Hutt, 1056 Fergusson Drive, Shed 39 at Centreport, Wellington or at PNSBT offices at Tramways Building 1-3 Lambton Quay, Wellington.

Submissions on the Co-Management Plan and a related amendment to the Parks Network Plan can be made:

• online at http://www.gw.govt.nz/parangarahu-lakes-area-co-management-plan/
• by hardcopy to:
Parangarahu Draft Plan
Greater Wellington Regional Council
PO Box 11646
Manners St
Wellington 6142
by email to parks@gw.govt.nz
by fax to 04 385 6960

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