How do we manage the natural hazards facing the Westport community? What do we need to do as we look towards the future? These are the questions that the Westport 2100 Working Group will be considering.
The purpose of the working group is to engage with the Westport community and work together, with the Councils, to identify a pathway forward for the town for the benefit of future generations. This project has a long term focus and will result in recommendations to both the Buller District Council and West Coast Regional Council for future work programmes for civil defence, hydrology and operations.
The Westport 2100 Working Group is to be formally ratified at the Buller District Council meeting on 27 February 2019 before its first meeting in early March.
Westport 2100 Working Group Members
|Clr Neal Clementson||West Coast Regional Council|
|Clr Terry Archer||West Coast Regional Council|
|Clr Sharon Roche||Buller District Council|
|Clr Shayne Barry||Buller District Council|
|Jim Coard||Ministry of Health|
|Ned Tauwhare||Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Waewae|
|Colin Hey||New Zealand Transport Agency|
|Chris Coll||Community member|
|Mark Stephens||Community member|
|Grant Weston||Community member|
|Jodi Murray||Community member|
|Dan Moloney||Community member|
|Simone Hoodhills||Community member|
How to keep up to date on the Westport 2100 project
This webpage will be updated as work progresses on this project. It will also provide links to the relevant information and documentation from the Working Group.