Two reports were completed as Stage 1 of the strategy - these define the extent of coastal hazards (as mapped in the Hazards Portal), and assess the risks they present to our community.
The draft Clifton to Tangoio Coastal Hazards Strategy 2120 was developed with the vision ‘That coastal communities, businesses and critical infrastructure from Tangoio to Clifton are resilient to the effects of coastal hazards’.
The Strategy was developed based on a report from the Northern and Southern Cell Assessment panels, and coastal hazard, risk, and inundation assessments.
The draft strategy also incorporated findings of the panels’ analysis into strategies to manage the northern and southern parts of the coast, an assessment of cultural values, and social impact reports for the Cape Coast, East Clive, and Ahuriri to Whirinaki area.
A decision-making framework has been developed to turn what was learned about hazards risks into a management strategy for each part of the coast.
This report reinforced the challenges that we’ve faced around responsibility, funding, and hazard management.
This report recommends that central government consider a range of avenues as part of a systems approach to addressing these challenges, such as considering the issues and options raised in this report in the Resource Management Act review and developing a protocol for other local authorities around funding.
The agenda papers and minutes from the Joint Hawke’s Bay Coastal Hazards Committee meetings are available for download, below.
You can also access other essential reports that provide information and data for the Clifton to Tangoio Coastal Hazards Strategy 2120.
Summary Information Sheets - Coastal Hazards in brief
Terms of Reference - Formal terms of reference for the Joint Committee – outlines membership, process and purpose.
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 1 May 2020||Unconfirmed minutes of Meeting - 1 May 2020|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 4 February 2020||Minutes of Meeting - 4 February 2020|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 3 September 2019||Minutes of Meeting - 3 September 2019|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 31 May 2019||Minutes of Meeting - 31 May 2019|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 18 March 2019||Minutes of Meeting - 18 March 2019|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 10 December 2018||Minutes of Meeting - 10 December 2018|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 28 September 2018||Minutes of Meeting - 28 September 2018|
|Agenda 20 February 2018 - attachments excluded from agenda
coastal hazards committee agenda - 20 February 2018
|Minutes of Meeting - 20 February 2018|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 5 December 2017||Minutes of Meeting - 5 December 2017|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 6 June 2017||Minutes of Meeting - 6 June 2017|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 28 February 2017
Agenda 28 February 2017 - Attachments Excluded From Agenda
|Minutes of Meeting - 28 February 2017|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 5 December 2016||Minutes of Meeting - 5 December 2016|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda 19 August 2016||Minutes of Meeting - 19 August 2016|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda - 2 May 2016||Minutes of Meeting - 2 May 2016|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda 10 March 2016||Minutes of Meeting - 10 March 2016|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda 27 November 2015||Minutes of Meeting - 27 November 2015|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda 21 September 2015||Minutes of Meeting - 21 September 2015|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda 24 July 2015||Minutes of Meeting - 24 July 2015|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda 15 May 2015||Minutes of Meeting – 15 May 2015|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda 6 March 2015||Minutes of Meeting – 6 March 2015|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda 5 December 2014||Minutes of Meeting – 5 December 2014|
|Coastal hazards committee agenda 19 September 2014||Minutes of Meeting – 19 September 2014|
Komar Report – Global Climate Change & Barrier Beach Responses - Summary report
Komar Report – Global Climate Change & Barrier Beach Responses - Full report
Hazard mitigation works stocktake - a desktop ‘stocktake’ of existing hazard mitigation works in the Study area
Policy and planning document stocktake - A brief summary of existing plans, policies, strategies and other key policy documents influencing Strategy development
Strategy overview Presentation - A brief presentation for interested parties and stakeholders highlighting key aspects of the strategy
T&T Presentation – 19 September 2014 - Coastal Hazards overview Presentation given by Tonkin & Taylor to the Joint Committee on 19 September 2014
T&T Presentation – 11 December 2014 - Coastal Hazards Presentation given by Tonkin & Taylor to the Joint Committee on 11 December 2014
These following links are relevant to coastal hazards planning.
An interactive mapping information tool displaying the latest coastal hazards information developed under the Strategy is available through the Hawke's Bay Hazard Information Portal.
Note: the ‘Coastal Hazards Mapping’ page on this website has more information on the mapping tool.
HB Coastal Hazards Case Study for MfE Roadshow:
HB Coastal Hazards and the role of the ‘Living at the Edge’ team:
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