|New Plymouth District|
|— Territorial authority —|
|District||New Plymouth District Council|
|• Mayor||Neil Holdom|
|• Deputy Mayor||Richard Jordan|
|• MP||Jonathan Young|
|• Total||2,324.26 km2 (897.40 sq mi)|
|Population (June 2012 estimate)|
|• Density||32/km2 (83/sq mi)|
|Time zone||NZST (UTC+12)|
|• Summer (DST)||NZDT (UTC+13)|
|Postcode(s)||Map of postcodes|
In 1989, as a part of New Zealand-wide reorganisation of local government, New Plymouth City Council was merged with North Taranaki District Council, Inglewood District Council, and Clifton County Council to form the New Plymouth District Council.
The district's population at the June 2012 estimate census was 74,200,. The New Plymouth District is the 10th largest district (out of 67) in New Zealand
Every three years the Mayor, 14 councillors and 16 community board members are elected by the New Plymouth District’s enrolled voters. The full council, sub-committees and standing committees meet on a six-weekly cycle. The current serving Mayor of New Plymouth is Neil Holdom.
The Planning and Performance standing committees have delegated authority from the council to make final decisions on certain matters, and they make recommendations to the council on all others. The four community boards – Clifton, Waitara, Inglewood and Kaitake – as well as the subcommittees and working parties can make recommendations to the standing committees for them to consider.
The third standing committee, the Hearings Commission, is a quasi-judicial body that meets whenever a formal hearing is required – for instance, to hear submissions on a publicly notified resource consent application.
The Chief Executive and approximately 460 full-time equivalent staff provide advice and information to the elected members and the public, implement council decisions and manage the district’s day-to-day operations.
This includes everything from maintaining more than 280 parks and reserves, waste water management and issuing consents and permits, through to providing libraries and other recreational services and ensuring the district’s eateries meet health standards.
New Plymouth District Council's annual operating revenue for 2013/2014 is $167.18 million.
|Name||Affiliation (if any)||Notes|
|Neil Holdom||Mayor of New Plymouth (Elected 2016)|
|Shaun Biesiek||Ward: New Plymouth City (Since 2007)|
|Gordon Brown||Independent||Ward: New Plymouth City (Since 2013)|
|Murray Chong||Ward: New Plymouth (Since 2013)|
|Harry Duynhoven||Ward: New Plymouth (Since 2015 by-election)|
|Richard Handley||Ward: New Plymouth City (Since 2013)|
|Stacey Hitchcock||Ward: New Plymouth City (Elected 2016)|
|Colin Johnston||Ward: North (Since 2013)|
|Richard Jordan||Deputy Mayor, Ward: South-West (Since 2013)|
|Craig McFarlane||Ward: North (Since 2007) (Deputy Mayor)|
|John Horse Mcleod||Ward: New Plymouth City (Elected 2016)|
|Alan McLeody||Ward: New Plymouth City (Elected 2016)|
|Mike Merrick||Ward: New Plymouth City (Elected 2016)|
|Marie Pearce||Ward: South-West (Since 2007)|
|Roy Weaver||Ward: New Plymouth City (Since 2015 by-election)|
Waitara Community Board (four members): Trevor Dodunski, Andrew Larsen, Jonathan Marshall, Joe Rauner.
Clifton Community Board (four members): Ken Bedford, Warren Petersen, Pam Street and John McLean.
Inglewood Community Board (four members): Jenny Bunn, Karen Moratti, Kevin John Rowan, Phillip Rowe.
Kaitake Community Board (four members): Graham Chard, Paul Coxhead, Doug Hislop, Mike Pillette.
- Mayor of New Plymouth
- ^ a b "Subnational population estimates at 30 June 2012". Statistics New Zealand. 23 October 2012. http://www.stats.govt.nz/browse_for_stats/population/estimates_and_projections/subnational-pop-estimates-tables.aspx. Retrieved 23 October 2012. Also "Infoshare; Group: Population Estimates - DPE; Table: Estimated Resident Population for Urban Areas, at 30 June (1996+) (Annual-Jun)". Statistics New Zealand. 19 December 2012. http://www.stats.govt.nz/infoshare/SelectVariables.aspx?pxID=2f5a6aa2-7aeb-4792-a34a-d5567eb8082f. Retrieved 23 October 2012.
- ^ "About New Plymouth District Council". New Plymouth District Council. http://www.newplymouthnz.com/aboutnpdc.
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