Parks Network Plan
The Greater Wellington Regional Council Parks Network Plan provides policies and rules for the management of our regional parks and forests.
We manage eight regional parks under the Parks Network Plan. Our plan was developed in 2011 and we need your help to review it. We want to know what you love about regional parks, what frustrates you and what could be improved. Send us your suggestions.
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The Parks Network Plan was approved by Council in 2011 has had three amendments since then in 2012, 2014 and 2016. Now it's time to undertake an overall review and develop a new plan.
Once completed and approved by Council, the new PNP will guide management of the regional park network for the next ten years, with future PNP amendments undertaken as the need arises.
The area covered within the Parks Network Plan includes land that Greater Wellington manages, including reserves under the Reserves Act 1977. The plan provides management directions for Battle Hill Farm Forest Park, Belmont Regional Park, East Harbour Regional Park, Kaitoke Regional Park, Queen Elizabeth Park, and Akatarawa and Pakuratahi Forests. Amendments to the Network Plan have been made to include Baring Head/Ōrua-pouanui and the Parangarahu Lakes Area. Read more about the background of the Parks Network Plan
For more information about the planning process please contact email@example.com