24 July 2017
This survey provides for the first time a comprehensive picture of local government’s investment in economic development services. It provides a solid platform to identify any issues within the sector, and will help stimulate strategic discussions about how greater value can be delivered in the future.
22 July 2017
LGNZ’s plan for a prosperous and vibrant New Zealand
The 2017 Local Government Manifesto
Local government recognises a critical need for proactive collaboration between central and local government, and between city, regional, unitary and district councils which recognises the different mandates and roles for climate change responses. We will work together with our communities.
In 2015, Mayors and Chairs of New Zealand declared an urgent need for responsive leadership and a holistic approach to climate change. We, the Mayors and Chairs of 2017, wholeheartedly support that call for action.
29 June 2017
This report is the second three-yearly survey on local government and how our citizens and businesses feel about the services and value we provide.
28 June 2017
LGNZ has worked with Te Puni Kōkiri and the Ministry for the Environment to produce this report that summarises the arrangements in place across New Zealand and will give councils and Māori examples as they consider what will work best for their own circumstances.
This Policy Statement sets out how LGNZ will work on behalf of our members to ensure they have the policy tools and levers to prepare for and meet the challenges facing New Zealand and its communities.
26 July 2016
This guide was prepared for LGNZ during the development of the business case for a Local Government Risk Agency. Click here to read the document.
26 July 2016
LGNZ has released Planning our future, an eight point programme of action designed to address a range of important issues with New Zealand's resource management system with the aim of furthering discussion about what would best suit the country's needs in the coming decade.
25 July 2016
How New Zealand faces up to dramatic changes over the next 30 years is the focus of a major programme of work launched by Local Government New Zealand. Over the next three decades New Zealand will have to adapt to significant economic, social, cultural and environmental changes.