I've posted my first blog and I've kept it short. Cheers – Peter Britnell
Visit the Kuratau Omori Preservation Society page (Click Here) for a report on their 2019 AGM and how you can help make a submission regarding the D2/D3 - 81 section subdivision.
The OKRA Review of Taupo’s Growth Strategy TD2050:
In October, your Committee supported Kuratau Omori Preservation
Society (KOPS) in their submission to prevent approval being granted
for the establishment of an 81 section subdivision in an area known as
D2/D3 Blocks. This area borders Te Waaka Tce, Pihanga Road,
Taringa Ave and the Whio Whio Reserve through to the Kuratau River.
This application requires resource consent and our submission is that this resource application should be publicly notifiable. We would welcome your input. You can view and download both the OKRA and KOPS submissions in pdf format below.
Download Christmas 2018 Newsletter
Minutes of OKRA meeting
2 February 2019
Omori Kuratau Pest Management Update
KURATAU OMORI PRESERVATION SOCIETY NEWS