Te Puke 20 Year Development Plan

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A public consultation process for Council’s Draft Te Puke Town Centre Plan was held between December 2005 and February 2006. The hearings were held on Tuesday 7 February at the Te Puke Memorial Hall, and Council’s Policy Committee met on 13 February to consider the issues raised by submitters and make decisions. The final plan was adopted at a Council meeting on 16 March 2006.

This Plan gives real meaning to the word ‘community’…

Full Plan Document – Download

Te Puke Town Centre Plan

Te Puke Town Centre Plan Pages 1-6 (PDF, 2.4MB)

Te Puke Town Centre Plan Pages 7-12 (PDF, 2.7MB)

Te Puke Town Centre Plan Pages 13-17 (PDF, 1.8MB)

Te Puke Town Centre Plan Pages 18-21 (PDF, 2.2MB)

Te Puke Town Centre Plan Pages 22-24 (PDF, 2MB)

Te Puke Town Centre Plan Pages 25-26 (PDF, 1.6MB)

Te Puke Town Centre Plan Pages 27-29 (PDF, 1.6MB)

Te Puke Town Centre Plan Pages 30-31 (PDF, 2MB)

Te Puke Town Centre Plan Pages 32-34 (PDF, 2MB)

Please Note: Hard copies can be viewed at all council offices.


Questions on Te Puke Town Centre Plan?

Please contact the following on 07 571 8008 with any questions for:
  • Alternative Stock Route – Alex Finn, Transportation Manager
  • Town Square Development – Blaise Williams
  • Town Square Markets – Kathy Webb, Local Economic Development Officer
  • Jubilee Park/Jamieson Oval – Blaise Williams, Strategic Property Manager
  • Mixed Use Development – Blaise Williams, Strategic Property Manager
  • Walkways and Cycling – Alex Finn, Transportation Manager
  • Jellicoe Street and Parking – Alex Finn, Transportation Manager
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