The Alpine Fault
Do nothing is no longer an option
- Avoid nature’s most signiﬁcant challenges
- Live with nature’s challenges
- Defend against nature’s challenges
A copy of the Franz Josef Natural Hazards Options Assessment and Cost Benefit Analysis is available to be downloaded below:
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How do I provide feedback?
You can provide feedback by clicking the 'have your say!' button below:
What if I want to ﬁnd out more?
Council will hold 'drop in' sessions, so you can discuss the packages and options with us in further detail, on:
22 Nov 2pm – 4pm & 6pm – 8pm
23 Nov 8am – 10am
13 Dec 2pm – 4pm & 6pm – 8pm
14 Dec 8am – 10am
at the Franz Josef Medical Centre.
If you have any general questions please contact Hadley Mills, Planning, Science and Innovation Manager, on freephone 0508 800 118 xtn.8237 or email email@example.com
For any media enquiries please contact Nichola Costley, Manager Strategy and Communications, on 021 168 6987 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens next?
The following timeline provides an indication as to the next steps in the process to determining the future for Franz Josef.
Nov/Dec: Establishment of a Governance Group to oversee this project moving forward
Nov/Dec: Consultation completed before the end of December
Jan/Feb: Analysis of the feedback
Feb: Governance Group to review information
Feb/March: Test feedback received with the Franz Josef Working Group to ensure the package of options to take forward are those most widely supported
March: Governance Group to confirm the package, or combination of options from the packages to progress to a business case development process
April: Business case development proceeds
Managing the Waiho River
Whatever package, or range of options from the packages, is chosen to progress, there is work required in the short term with managing the Waiho River. The Council will be developing a holistic river management plan and will consult with the community on this through the Long Term Plan process in the first quarter of 2018.