Hokitika Fresh Water Management Unit
The Hokitika Freshwater Management Unit (FMU) community was established in 2020 and met for the first time in June 2020.
The purpose of the group is to identify the values and issues of the community in the catchment around freshwater quality and quantity, and to look at what future plan provisions and work programmes may be needed to manage land and water resources in the area.
Hokitika FMU Members
- Kees van Beek (Chair)
- Chris Windley
- Catherine Chague
- Mark Birchfield
- Mark Turner
- Merryn Bayliss
- Tom Gledhill
- Francois Tumahai – Ngati Waewae representative
- Philippa Lynch - Ngati Waewae representative
- Jackie Douglas – Makaawhio representative
- Councillor Debra Magner – West Coast Regional Council representative
- Grey District Council representative - to be appointed
- Councillor Jane Neale and Fiona Scadden – Westland District Council representatives
The group will meet on a monthly basis for the duration of the process, providing recommendations to the Regional Council Resource Management Committee by April 2021.
23 June 2020
22 July 2020
18 August 2020
How to keep up to date on the Hokitika FMU project
We would love to hear your feedback if you want to know more about the community group, have any questions or comments please email firstname.lastname@example.org or post to West Coast Regional Council, PO Box 66, Greymouth 7840.
The Hokitika FMU community group consists of seven members from the community with a range of backgrounds and interests related to land and water management within the FMU. The group was selected based on a cross section of values, understanding and perspectives in the community. The group also includes one elected representative from Westland District Council, and West Coast Regional Council. Poutini Ngāi Tahu has three representatives.
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