Have your say
Shaping the Kāpiti we want for the future needs all of us to get involved – step up and have your say!
We’re keen to hear from our communities on a range of projects, strategies and bylaws. They won’t all interest you, but if you could take the time to give us some feedback on things close to your heart, we’d be delighted.
These opportunities won’t all look the same. At times we’ll be after your thoughts or ideas to help shape our work as we develop options or progress work; at other times we’ll be inviting more formal consultation on draft documents and proposals.
Current topics and consultations
There are NO current topics or consultations
Wednesday 04 Oct 2017These consultations are now closed, but you can still see what we invited our communities to give us feedback on and what decisions were made. Make sure you don't miss out...
Thursday 08 Aug 2019You can make a submission or object to applications for notified resource consents and alcohol licence applications. Resource consents When a resource consent is received, the...
Thursday 16 Jan 2020This year we will be reviewing the Kāpiti Coast District Council Beach Bylaw and want the community’s input. Formal consultation will begin in April but before then we want to hear...
Details of how to provide feedback are on each consultation page, read our Privacy statement to see what happens to your personal information.
Keen to keep up-to-date with opportunities to provide us with feedback:
- Join our Express yourself forum to take part in occasional surveys on a range of topics. We'll email you from time to time, and you can choose which surveys you'd like to complete.
- Subscribe to Everything Kāpiti to keep up-to-date on council activities, events, dates to remember and opportunities to get involved.
If you have any queries, concerns or suggestions, please just get in touch.
Greater Wellington Regional Council
Greater Wellington Regional Council seeks public input on a number of issues and documents throughout the year. Some may be specific (eg. proposed changes to a regional park management plan) or it may be about the future of the whole region.
The information you provide will influence the council's decision making. Head along to a public meeting or make a submission.
To view the current and upcoming issues that you can give feedback on visit their website.