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Dunedin City Council – Kaunihera-a-rohe o Otepoti



  • Ara Toi, The Arts and Culture Strategy
  • B

  • Biodiversity Strategy for Dunedin City Formally recognises the importance of biodiversity to the city, its residents and visitors. The vision, goals and actions of the strategy will ensure that biodiversity is maintained, enhanced and its value continues to be appreciated.
  • D

  • Disability Strategy The Disability Strategy presents a long-term plan to make Dunedin a more inclusive city. It has been developed by a disability consultant in consultation with disabled people and the wider disability sector.
  • Dunedin City Integrated Transport Strategy
  • Dunedin Digital Strategy This is the city's first Digital Strategy. It has been created through community consultation, research and with guidance from a Digital Strategy Steering Team.
  • Dunedin Visitor Strategy This strategy has been prepared to guide tourism development in Dunedin between 2008 and 2015. This strategy sets out a framework for achieving the vision for Dunedin and uses goals and guidelines for areas to focus on.
  • E

  • Economic Development Strategy In 2010, the Dunedin City Council pulled together a small group of key economic partners – including representatives from the Otago Chamber of Commerce, Otago Southland Employers’ Association, Otago Polytechnic, University of Otago and Ngāi Tahu – to help guide Dunedin’s economic future over the next 10 years.
  • F

  • Financial Strategy The Long Term Plan 2015/16 -2024/25 sets out the Council’s financial strategy of the next ten years and contains information on the changes the Council plans to make to achieve this strategy, the projects that the Council intends to complete and financial information including budgets, funding sources and changes to rates.
  • H

  • Heritage Strategy Sets out the vision and goals for the sustainable management of Dunedin's heritage. It also provides the framework to guide the Council's future work programmes and initiatives for heritage across the entire District, which will involve working with property owners and other organisations concerned with heritage management.
  • I

  • Infrastructure Strategy One of the Council’s main functions is to provide roading, water supply and waste services to the city. The networks of roads and footpaths, pipes, treatment stations and drains that provide these services are called service infrastructure. This Infrastructure Strategy outlines a planned approach to four key areas of service: roading and footpaths, water supply, wastewater and stormwater.
  • P

  • Parking Strategy The Parking Strategy looks to give direction in balancing these needs and addressing other parking issues in Dunedin using hierarchical strategies, consultation and survey data as its basis.
  • Parks and Recreation Strategy 2017- 2027
  • Pedestrian Strategy The purpose of the Dunedin Pedestrian Strategy is to help encourage participation in walking and address pedestrian safety.
  • Play Strategy The provision of quality playgrounds that encourage use and assist with physical and psychological development of children and teenagers is therefore essential to the overall well-being of the community.
  • R

  • Resource Management Monitoring Strategy The Resource Management Monitoring Strategy was developed to allow for better strategic planning of the district’s sustainable future.
  • S

  • Social Housing Strategy The Social Housing Strategy provides a platform for the consideration of social housing issues right across Dunedin. Social housing is defined as the provision of accommodation assistance for individuals and families whose housing needs or circumstances are not adequately provided for by the private sector. The Strategy also directly addresses issues regarding the Dunedin City Council's own social housing stock.
  • Social Wellbeing Strategy
  • T

  • Te Ao Turoa, The Environment Strategy
  • Y

  • Young Persons' Strategy The purpose of the Young Persons' Strategy is to ensure young people, their views and aspirations are included in the vision for Dunedin's future and that young peoples' needs are included within each of those outcomes.

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