Western BOP Social Sector Mapping Release

Western BOP Social Sector Mapping Release

This report aims to increase our understanding of the social sector, raise its profile and help inform stakeholders in the wider Western Bay of Plenty about the work that the social sector does and how it contributes to the region’s development and wellbeing.
 
Go to the Social Link website here for more information and registration
 
Councils Long Term Plan Links

Councils Long Term Plan Links

Councils around the region are in Long Term Planning processes.  This is your chance to have a say on proposed changes and plans for the future on a regional and/or sub-district level.   
 
For more information and links to LTP pages go here
 
Warm and Dry for Winter

Warm and Dry for Winter

Toi Te Ora Public Health has started a regional Warm and Dry for Winter campaign, supporting the work of the regional Healthy Housing Forum. 

Read more about the campaign here.

Vital Signs for the BOP

Vital Signs for the BOP

Vital Signs® is a research tool that looks at the Bay of Plenty Region through the eyes of the people who call it home.

 

Link to all reports on this page

Sign up to join the Zero Carbon Bill conversation

Sign up to join the Zero Carbon Bill conversation

New Zealanders can register their interest in being part of the Government’s consultation on what the Zero Carbon Bill should look like.

Go here for more information

Government launches the Provincial Growth Fund

Government launches the Provincial Growth Fund

Through the Provincial Growth Fund, central government has committed to investing $1 billion per annum over three years in regional economic development.
 
All provinces are eligible for funding, however, Tairāwhiti/East Coast, Hawke’s Bay, Tai Tokerau/Northland, Bay of Plenty, West Coast and Manawatū-Whanganui have been identified for early investment.  
 
Details on the Provincial Growth Fund can be found on the MBIE website here
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COBOP: working better together

Collaboration Bay of Plenty (COBOP) is a network of local and regional councils and central government agencies in the Bay of Plenty. We are the hub of co-operative inter-agency work where Chief Executives and Senior Managers representing these agencies, work together to meet the current and future needs of communities in the Bay.

Together we promote the achievement of local and regional community aspirations and priorities through co-operation, collaboration and efficient use of resources. Mandated under the Local Government Act , we know that we can work better, together.

COBOP: working better together

Collaboration Bay of Plenty (COBOP) is a network of local and regional councils and central government agencies in the Bay of Plenty. We are the hub of co-operative inter-agency work where Chief Executives and Senior Managers representing these agencies, work together to meet the current and future needs of communities in the Bay.

Together we promote the achievement of local and regional community aspirations and priorities through co-operation, collaboration and efficient use of resources. Mandated under the Local Government Act , we know that we can work better, together.

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