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Submissions close 1 October 2021
The Representation Review 2021 is your chance to think about how many Councillors and Community Board members there should be on the Far North District Council, and if there are enough to effectively represent your community.
Every six years we are required by law to review representation arrangements in the Far North and to check whether the structure of the Council accurately reflects our communities.
The initial proposal, in a nutshell is:
Same community boards
An extra councillor
A Māori ward - Ngā Tai o Tokerau
A new subdivision.
Review the Statement of Proposal and explore the interactive map to see how the suggested adjustments affect you.
Everything you need to know about the Representation Review.
An interactive map to help visualise the proposed changes to the general wards and subdivisions.
Tell us what you think of the initial proposal using this online feedback form.
Far North District Council currently has three general wards and three community boards.
Answers to a few common questions about the representation review.
E whakatūturu ana kia tika, kia huanui te whakakakanohitange o te hapori
We know you can't visit libraries or services centres to pick up a print version, so here it is digitally.
12 August 2021, 12:00 PM
20 August 2021, 09:00 AM
01 October 2021, 11:59 PM