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We Want Your Views

TIA regularly consults members on a wide range of issues. We currently want your views on the following: 



Feedback contact

Contact TIA Policy Analyst Nienke van Dijken with your feedback, email, phone 04 494 1842.


Local Government Long Term Plans 

TIA is encouraging members to provide feedback to their local council’s long term plan review on the things that are important to you. LTPs are reviewed every three years and these new Plans will cover 2018-2028. Councils have been working on their drafts for the past year and most will put them out for consultation March - May 2018. 

We will monitor the LTPs, checking for significant impacts on tourism operators. Contact if you have any information you’d like to share about your local LTP. See our Guide to Local Councils for more information. 

See the submissions we have made to date on Council LTPs.


Low Emissions Economy

The Productivity Commission is seeking feedback on its draft report on transitioning to a low-emissions economy. Download the draft report here.

The Government asked the Commission to identify options for how New Zealand can reduce its domestic greenhouse gas emissions through a transition to a low-emissions economy, while at the same time continuing to grow income and wellbeing.

TIA will be making a submission on the report. Read our submission on the Commission's issues paper on this subject.


National Park Management Plans

The Department of Conservation is consulting on a number of National Park Management Plans, with more scheduled to come up for review over the coming months.  


Status of DOC's National Park Management Plans & Conservation Management Strategies

Click here to see the status of all DOC's National Park plans and Conservation Management Strategies.

 If you would like to provide feedback on a particular park management plan review, or DOC's overall review process contact TIA Policy Analyst Nienke van Dijken, email, phone 04 494 1842.




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