Wellington Region Hazards Management Strategy feedback

Consultation has concluded.

Our region is an outstanding place to live, work and play. The dynamic forces that have helped shape the natural beauty of the Wellington region also cause natural hazards that affect all our communities. It is critical these risks are properly considered when making decisions which have long term implications for development in our region.

The draft Natural Hazards Management Strategy sets out a road map for council cooperation to deliver greater efficiency in hazards research and planning and greater consistency in the management of natural hazards. The aim of the draft strategy is to provide a coherent regional framework

Our region is an outstanding place to live, work and play. The dynamic forces that have helped shape the natural beauty of the Wellington region also cause natural hazards that affect all our communities. It is critical these risks are properly considered when making decisions which have long term implications for development in our region.

The draft Natural Hazards Management Strategy sets out a road map for council cooperation to deliver greater efficiency in hazards research and planning and greater consistency in the management of natural hazards. The aim of the draft strategy is to provide a coherent regional framework to inform planning documents, such as city, district and regional plans, long term plans or asset management plans. It is paired with an implementation and action plan providing coherent actions designed to carry out the objectives in embodied in the strategy.

To make sure we've got it right, we'd like your feedback by filling out the survey below. To read more about the strategy objectives or read the draft strategy in full, please click on the links to the right.

  • Thanks for taking the time to fill out this survey about the Hazard Management strategy that councils throughout the region are working on. ¬†We appreciate you taking the time to help us make sure we're on the right track.

    Thanks for taking the time to fill out this survey about the Hazard Management strategy that councils throughout the region are working on.  We appreciate you taking the time to help us make sure we're on the right track.

    Consultation has concluded.