Land and Water Regional Plan Consultation round two

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Help us create Otago’s new Land and Water Regional Plan.

Together with Kāi Tahu, Otago Regional Council is developing a plan to set new rules and regulations on how we as a community look after our waterways throughout our region. This new plan will align with the Government goal to improve water quality within one generation.

The Land and Water Regional Plan will help preserve our waterways for future generations, ki uta ki tai (from the mountain to the sea).

Te Mana o te Wai – the health of our waterways – is our priority.


Give us your take

Tell us what you think about the land and waterways in your area. To do this you need to find your FMU/rohe first using the map below.


Find your FMU/rohe

A Freshwater Management Unit (FMU) is a water body of a manageable size for setting freshwater objectives and limits. The Otago region has been divided into 5 FMUs. The Clutha Mata-Au FMU is divided into five rohe, meaning area in te reo.

Note: Any addresses entered in the below map are not saved.


Select your area below to give us your take

  • Taieri FMU feedback form available Monday 28 November
  • North Otago FMU feedback form available Thursday 1 December
  • Dunedin & Coast FMU feedback form available Tuesday 6 December

Help us create Otago’s new Land and Water Regional Plan.

Together with Kāi Tahu, Otago Regional Council is developing a plan to set new rules and regulations on how we as a community look after our waterways throughout our region. This new plan will align with the Government goal to improve water quality within one generation.

The Land and Water Regional Plan will help preserve our waterways for future generations, ki uta ki tai (from the mountain to the sea).

Te Mana o te Wai – the health of our waterways – is our priority.


Give us your take

Tell us what you think about the land and waterways in your area. To do this you need to find your FMU/rohe first using the map below.


Find your FMU/rohe

A Freshwater Management Unit (FMU) is a water body of a manageable size for setting freshwater objectives and limits. The Otago region has been divided into 5 FMUs. The Clutha Mata-Au FMU is divided into five rohe, meaning area in te reo.

Note: Any addresses entered in the below map are not saved.


Select your area below to give us your take

  • Taieri FMU feedback form available Monday 28 November
  • North Otago FMU feedback form available Thursday 1 December
  • Dunedin & Coast FMU feedback form available Tuesday 6 December
Page last updated: 27 Nov 2022, 12:00 AM