Te Puna Community Conversation

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The engagement for the community conversation phase has now finished. Thank you for taking part! From sharing your story about what makes Western Bay special to you, to attending one of the community conversations and giving us your feedback. We're now going through all your opinions and ideas. And we'll check in with you later with the main themes of what you've told us and the next steps in regards to our 10-year plan for the District. Stay tuned!


Welcome to Te Puna's Community Conversation - we're excited you're here!

Here you can give feedback or comment on any community project or topic.

Simply enter your comments in the conversation below - it's that easy.

Your responses will show us what matters to you, what you want for your community's future and where you stand on projects and issues. These conversations are pivotal in creating the District's Long Term Plan 2018-2028. To stay in touch with this project use the sign up tool.


CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
  • Please can you confirm when the roadworks at Te Puna are planned to be completed? I understand the council is considering stopping works for the winter and if so, I would value knowing why please. The traffic around our area is horrendous and unacceptable and any further delays in these roadwork completions wikis be very disappointing and frustrating for us residents. Please would you provide your comments as fully as possible so we k is what is going on. Thank you

    Charlene asked almost 2 years ago

    Hi Charlene, thank you for your question. Sorry we cannot be much help here - the works you're referring to are all under NZTA, not Council.

    NZTA owns the state highway and all of the works on it. You'd be best to contact them directly with these questions.