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Submission: Long-Term Plan 2021 - 2031

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FOUR IMPORTANT ISSUES – HELP US DECIDEStrongly
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1. Whanganui Velodrome Project
Roofed Velodrome: roof over the velodrome, expected to cost in the order of $20M (range $18.7M to $22.0M). 
(page 16 of the Consultation Document)
If you 'disagree' with our preferred option for the Whanganui Velodrome project please indicate your preference:

Decommission velodrome
Demolition of the track and decommission of the site.
Funding of $200k.

Multi-purpose velodrome and events centre
This option provides for a roof over the velodrome as well as opportunities for broader usage including other sporting codes, concerts and non-sporting events. $36.4M to build, of which the council is expecting to fund up to $16.4M.

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2. Development of Youth Places and Spaces
Operating costs of $10,000 in year 1 and then $46,000 on average thereafter; Capital cost of $386,000 in year 2
(page 18 of the Consultation Document)
3. Extend the Davis Library
Budgeted to cost $2.84M across years 2 – 4, with construction occurring in year 4. $920k of grant funding is anticipated as part of the funding of this project, leaving the council to fund up to $1.9M
(page 20 of the Consultation Document)
4. Development and implementation of a coastal plan for Whanganui District
Implementation of the Coastal Plan is budgeted at $1.1M across years 2 to 4, and another $1.3M across years 8 to 10.
(page 22 of the Consultation Document)

WHO PAYS?
Our proposed funding approach for:
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1. Definition of Separately Used and Inhabited Part (SUIP) of a rating unit
(page 36 of the Consultation Document)
2. Stormwater rating changes
(page 36 of the Consultation Document)
3. Fordell water supply rates
(page 37 of the Consultation Document)
4. Marybank wastewater rates
(page 37 of the Consultation Document)
5. Stormwater separation loans
(page 37 of the Consultation Document)

KEEPING YOU UP TO DATE
PROJECT DEVELOPMENTS
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Community housing
$4.2M across years 2 and 3 as a placeholder for potential work in the housing space. 
(page 26 of the Consultation Document)
 
Town Centre Regeneration
An increase of $3.3M across the 10 year period is budgeted for town centre regeneration with variable spend occurring throughout the 10 years.
(page 26 of the Consultation Document)
 



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Asian
Pacific Peoples
Middle Eastern/Latin American/African
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Aramoho (Lower Aramoho, Upper Aramoho)
Bastia Hill / Durie Hill
Blueskin- Maxwell
Castlecliff (Castlecliff North, Castlecliff South, Mosston)
Fordell-Kakatahi
Gonville (Balgownie, Tawhero, Gonville South, Gonville East, Gonville West)
Marybank-Gordon Park
Putiki
St Johns Hill / Otamatea
Springvale (Springvale West, Springvale East, Mosston)
Whanganui Central (Laird Park, Whanganui Central, Whanganui Collegiate)
Whanganui East (Williams Domain, Wembley Park, Kowhai Park)
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