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September 24, 2016

The current effects-based District Plan does not define land uses in the Rural Production Zone which applies to most of the land outside of urban areas, including the two primary approach routes to Kerikeri township. 

In the Rural Production Zone where you would expect to see farming or horticulture, by controlling effects and not activities, there are no limits on commercial and industrial activities that are n...

September 17, 2016

Vision Kerikeri (VKK) recently posed a range of questions to the nine candidates seeking election to the Bay of Islands - Whangaroa Ward of the Far North District Council and to the two Mayoral candidates.. These questions relate to issues that VKK has been active in pursuing with the existing council(s) over a number of years. You can view the questions and responses by scrolling down the page.

Climate Cha...

August 17, 2016

We have long advocated developing an improved traffic circulation system in Kerikeri to improve traffic safety and flow in the CBD. A road from Countdown in Butler Road to Homestead Road and on to Clark Road.

Kerikeri Road traffic patterns have been static but this is changing with signs of considerable house construction and associated economic activity.. The KeriKeri Road/Hobson Avenue roundabout is now very b...

August 17, 2016

A select Committee is considering this bill which potentially threatens local democracy. 

It proposes amalgamating council services by transferring water, stormwater and sewerage, to Council Controlled Organisations (CCO) without seeking agreement from Councils or the community. Northland has already commenced this on a voluntary basis with cooperation over road planning and maintenance. FNDC does already have a...

July 8, 2016

This year's planting was disrupted by the weather on several occasions.

We moved the plants to the planting area on Friday, 24 June and then the forecast rains came. When I visited the site on the Saturday, after torrential rain, the area was extremely muddy and slippery. One of the trays of plants had been washed away, hopefully they have found a suitable home on one of the islands out in the Bay. The planting...

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Whats going on?

A working bee is held on the first and third Monday of every month from 0830 to 1130.


A public planting is usually held in June of each year - details will be posted closer to the date.

If you are interested in either of these please contact Rod Brown

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