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A proposed Local Tourism Levy would apply to all visitors including Kiwis.
Investment can be stimulated by a handing more power to local govt and encouraging foreign interest, according to The NZ Initiative.
South Island regions must join together to develop the mainland’s visitor economy, says CIAL’s Justin Watson.
Rotorua’s plan to improve its inner city visitor experience was among the projects recognised at the LGNZ Excellence Awards last night.
An inquiry into local govt funding will also look at how the impact of booming tourism can be managed.
Regional councils are this month announcing draft targets that are a step towards the goal of 90% of rivers and lakes being swimmable by 2040.
A working party led by local and central government on freedom camping is a positive step towards finding solutions for a complex problem, Local Government New Zealand.
The $1 billion Provincial Growth Fund launched by the Government today will give New Zealand’s regions a boost and help unlock the potential of our rural and smaller centres, says LGNZ.
Local Government New Zealand says the first round of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund will help some councils meet the infrastructure challenges posed by booming tourism numbers.
Local Government New Zealand says sustainable and sufficient funding source for tourism infrastructure is vital and strongly supports a visitor levy as an equitable option for achieving this.
Tourism will feature as one of the key discussion points at next month’s New Zealand China Mayoral Forum.
Local Government New Zealand says funding growth infrastructure is the highest priority for councils and welcomes the Government’s plans to review local government costs and revenue.
Local Government New Zealand congratulates the incoming Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and welcomes the new Labour-led government.
Changes to the way we fund infrastructure, improvements to our risk and resilience and new ways of protecting New Zealand’s water are outlined in the Local Government New Zealand election manifesto, released yesterday.
New Zealand’s infrastructure, community resilience and how we respond to increasing impacts on our environment will be key areas of focus for local government in the coming three years.
Local Government New Zealand is holding its first Freshwater Symposium next week to look at the strategic issues for freshwater management.