New Group Manager for Regulatory Services appointed
Kāpiti Coast District Council has announced the appointment of Natasha Tod to the role of Group Manager Regulatory Services.
Natasha brings more than ten years local government, leadership and management experience to the role, with an emphasis on managing regulatory systems and processes.
Chief Executive Pat Dougherty said Natasha’s appointment is reflective of the strong pool of talent that currently exists within the Council.
“Natasha is a proven performer having held the role of Acting Group Manager Regulatory Services since October this year and several management positions across local and central government.
“She has been instrumental in driving performance improvements within the Council’s development control and resource consents teams and has helped embed a more open for business culture across the Council,” said Mr Dougherty.
Prior to joining the Council in April 2016 Natasha held several management positions at the Ministry for the Environment including Manager, Treaty Negotiations Policy where she contributed to advancing Treaty of Waitangi settlement negotiations between the Crown and iwi. She has also led the Ministry’s Resource Management Tools team and held the position of Private Secretary Environment within the Office of Hon Amy Adams.
“Regulatory services is a critical area of Council business and I have every confidence that under Natasha’s leadership the group will continue to go from strength to strength,” said Mr Dougherty.