Waiheke community survey results published

Waiheke community survey results published

A pilot project launched by Auckland Council last year is already addressing issues raised by Waiheke Island residents in a recent household survey.

The three-year pilot started in December to trial ways of giving the Waiheke Local Board and community more influence over decision-making.

The council’s Research and Evaluation Unit sent 4734 households letters, with 477 responding, as part of the project to provide a baseline of where concerns rest.

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Survey finds Waihekeans have little say over island decisions

Survey finds Waihekeans have little say over island decisions

A recent household survey has highlighted issues raised by Waiheke Island residents. Auckland Council hopes to address these issues as part of a three-year pilot programme, launched last year.

The three-year pilot started in December to trial ways of giving the Waiheke Local Board and community more influence over decision-making.

The council’s Research and Evaluation Unit sent 4734 households letters, with 477 responding, as part of the project to provide a baseline of where concerns rest.

The full survey results can be found here.

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