Infrastructure Strategy 2021-51 | Te Rautaki Hanganga Metarahi 2021-51

This 30-year Infrastructure Strategy is part of Horowhenua District Council’s strategic planning framework that includes Activity Management Plans (AMPs), and the Financial Strategy.

The Infrastructure Strategy sets out a 30-year plan for managing the infrastructure assets for:

  • Land Transport
  • Water Supply
  • Wastewater
  • Stormwater
  • Community Facilities
  • Community Infrastructure
  • Property

This strategy is contained in Council's Long Term Plan 2021-2041 | Te Mahere Tūroa.

Purpose of the strategy

The Infrastructure Strategy will help the Council and the community make informed decisions and plan for major investments that may be required in the next 30 years.

The purpose of the Strategy is to identify the significant infrastructure issues for the Horowhenua District over the next 30 years, the options for managing the issues and the implications.

Partnership with Tangata Whenua

The Horowhenua District covers an area that contains the rohe of:

  • Muaūpoko
  • Ngāti Apa
  • Ngāti Raukawa
  • Rangitāne

Council values iwi as our treaty partners and will continue to develop these relationships when delivering our infrastructure services. This includes building on advances made from removing wastewater discharges from water to land based disposal methods, improving stormwater discharge and taking a collaborative approach to consenting processes and key projects of interest.

Horowhenua District Council Infrastructure Strategy 2021-2051(PDF, 4MB)

Three Waters Snapshot

We've summarised some of our key Three Waters asset stats and information from the Infrastructure Strategy and AMPs in our 3 Waters Snapshot document, available below.

3 Waters Snapshot: Summary of Activities & Assets(PDF, 764KB)