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The proposed Te Tai Tokerau Regional Accessibility Strategy aims to make Northland a great place to work, live and play, including for those within the disability community, older adults, migrants, and families with young children.
The strategy is being developed by the four Northland councils – the Northland Regional Council, Far North District Council, Kaipara District Council and Whangarei District Council.
Currently Northland’s councils lack a clear strategy to enable accessibility for all and this joint regional effort aims to ensure consistency across the region.
A Northland-wide survey will be held, starting from 9:00AM on 11 November 2020 and ending at 5:00PM on 11 December 2020. The aim is to find out the values, key issues, and accessibility opportunities that matter most to our community.
This information will be used to help shape a strategy discussion document.
Open and fill form in a new window (standard version)
Open and fill form in a new window (accessibility version)
Download and fill-in this survey:
Accessibility survey (large print)(PDF, 277KB)
Accessibility survey (standard print)(PDF, 257KB)
Once filled, scan it and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hard copies of the survey form will be available from any FNDC service centre, library or i-SITE.
Whangarei District Council
Far North District Council
Kaipara District Council
Northland Regional Council
Community engagementDates to be announced later.
Formal consultation on draft strategy
Date to be announced later.
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