Round Three is Now Closed
Round three of consultation on the future protection of kauri is now closed.
In this round we presented the final refreshed national strategy, a proposed National Pest Management Plan for Kauri Dieback Disease and two options for the national agency required to implement the plan and deliver on the strategy.
Consultation round Three
The pest management plan includes a set of proposed rules that could affect the way you access kauri forests, or require you to carry out actions to protect kauri if you have kauri forest on your land.
We wanted your views on how workable you think our proposals are, and the impacts they might have on you and your community, iwi, business or group. We wanted to know if there are any major issues you believe we have missed, that could significantly affect our proposals. And we’d like your views on the best agency model to manage the protection of kauri in the future.
Following this consultation round we will make final recommendations to ministers.
Consultation ran from 18 February to 18 March 2019. We also ran a series of hui and community meetings in the kaurilands in early March.
- Consultation Overview Booklet - outlines the key points of the plan and the agency options 2MB
- The Refreshed Strategy for the Kauri Dieback Programme 248KB
- National Pest Management Plan Proposal 1MB
- Impact Analysis – an overview of the potential impacts the proposed rules might have on you 691KB
- Round Three Consultation Hui Presentation 1MB
- Round Three Feedback Form - REMEMBER: Download and save file to your computer before you begin your submission 1MB
Below are the areas that we visited for hui during the third round of consultation:
Mangamuka, Kaitaia, Kaeo, Kerikeri, Naumai, Whangarei.
Hamilton, Thames, Coromandel.
Bay of Plenty
Oratia, Te Atatū Peninsula, Orewa, Glenfield, Clevedon.
At the end of 2017, the Government announced tougher measures to help combat the spread of kauri dieback disease. One of the measures is a National Pest Management Plan, the highest protection available under the Biosecurity Act 1993. It will mean a nationally coordinated, long-term approach to the management of kauri dieback disease.
To get the best result for kauri, we're seeking your ideas and thoughts to help us develop the plan.