The Grow/Tipu handbook is your guide to getting started and being effective in local government.
All elected members, new and returning mayors, as well as chairs and senior managers should have their own copy.
The Grow/Tipu handbook is available in either hard copy or PDF versions.
Essential reading for new and existing members, as well as senior council officials, the 2019 handbook features:
- a fresh package design, with a more user-friendly format;
- updates to reflect significant legislative changes;
- additional best practice examples; and
- new sections covering key areas.
The handbook aims to answer all your questions about working in local government, such as:
- What is local government and how does it work?
- What do elected members do?
- How does long term planning work?
- How do councils make decisions?
- What is consulting and engaging with communities?
- What are structures, rules and regulations?
- What do you need to know about meetings?
- What do you need to know about funding?
- What do you need to know about the Resource Management Act?
How to order:
The 2019 version is available for purchase from September 2019 with delivery before election results are confirmed. Please register which option you are interested in purchasing by contacting Equip. Please ensure your purchase order is made out to Equip GP Ltd.
LGNZ Member Cost: (2019 version)
Option 1 $100 + GST per hard copy.
Option 2 Buy one hard copy for each councillor (at $100+gst each) for your council and receive the PDF for your council at no additional cost.
Option 3 PDF only option - $1000+gst per council.
Please note that this cost does not include postage and packaging.
Non-member Cost: $130+gst per hard copy (note PDF option only available to councils).
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