Consultation on whether to establish Māori Constituencies for Hawke’s Bay Regional Council
Closed 22 April 2021
The Council is seeking the views of the regional community on whether to establish Māori constituencies for voters on the Māori roll to elect councillors on to the Regional Council.
- Is it time for Māori constituencies for Hawke's Bay Regional Council?
- What are Māori constituencies?
- Why is Council consulting on the Māori constituencies, and why now?
Consultation starts - 22 March 2021
Consultation ends - 22 April 2021
Submission hearings - 3 & 4 May
Deliberations - 19 May 2021
Public notice of initial proposal - 8 September 2021
Deliberations on initial proposal - October 2021
Public notice of final Representation Arrangements - by 19 November 2021
Documentation of the Council process provided to the Local Government Commission - by 15 January 2022
Local Government Commission issue determination - by 11 April 2022
Local Government elections - 8 October 2022
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