Input sought on our Long-term Plan as deadline approaches

Are we getting the balance right? We want your feedback by the end of the month.

Invercargill City Council continues to encourage the public to have their say on the Council’s Long-term Plan 2024-2034, ahead of consultation closing on April 2. Issues being tackled in this plan are options for elderly persons housing, a proposed regional climate change strategy, options for supporting emissions reduction and a preferred option for glass recycling.

Deputy Mayor Tom Campbell said it was crucial residents let Council know what’s important to them to make sure the plan was right for the city.

“We know that the cost of living is hitting everyone and the Council has worked incredibly hard to balance the need to deliver great projects, services and activities for our community, while keeping the rates down,” Cr Campbell said.

Let us know what you think by sub-mitting online at or dropping a submission to the Te Hīnaki Civic Building, the Invercargill Public Library, the Bluff Service Centre or the Murihiku Marae. Alternatively, submissions can be posted to the Invercargill City Council at Private Bag 90104, Invercargill – or just speak directly to one of your councillors.