What do you think of our roadmap to renewal?

Invercargill City Council is consulting on the 2021 - 2031 Long-term plan.

This survey will take you through the questions we are asking in our consultation document.  You will also be asked if you would like to share your views on a range of policies linked to the Long-term Plan.  You can click past these if you do not wish to submit. 

If you prefer you can post or deliver a hard copy of your submission to us. Alternatively send an email to policy@icc.govt.nz

Interested in the detail? 
You can find all the supplementary material at www.icc.govt.nz/roadmaptorenewal

Consultation closes 3 May 2021

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* 1. City Centre Streetscape - Urban Play
Te anga – whakamua mō te rito o te tāone me ōna waahi tākaro

Do you agree with our preferred option or do you support the other option? (Page 10 of the consultation document)

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* 2. Do you have comments you would like to share about the City Centre Streetscape - Urban Play?

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* 3. Southland Museum and Art Gallery - Niho o te Taniwha

Do you agree with our preferred option or do you support the other option? (Page 12 of the consultation document)

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* 4. Do you have comments you would like to share about the Southland Museum and Art Gallery?

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* 5. Rugby Park - Te Papa Whutupaoro

Do you agree with our preferred option or do you support the other option? (page 14 of the consultation document)

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* 6. Do you have comments you would like to share about Rugby Park?

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* 7. What do you think about our plans for our Roadmap to Renewal - Te Uaki Ara (pages 8 and 9 of the consultation document)?

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* 8. What do you think about our plans for our other projects and activities (pages 16 - 19 of the consultation document)?

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* 9. What do you think about our plans for finances and rates? (Pages 6 - 7, 19 - 21 of the consultation document)

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* 10. What do you think about the proposed changes to the way we rate? (Pages 22 - 24 of the consultation document)

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