Lake Rotorua Stakeholder Advisory Group (StAG)

Lake Rotorua Stakeholder Advisory Group (StAG)

The Lake Rotorua Stakeholder Advisory Group was formed in September 2012 to provide input, advice and recommendations on the development of new rules and the incentives to help landowners meet them.

The group includes 15 members from different sectors that will be impacted by the rules including:

  • Lake Rotorua Primary Producers Collective
  • Lakes Water Quality Society
  • Te Tumu Paeroa Office of the Maori Trustee
  • Forestry sector
  • Te Arawa landowners
  • Small block owners.

As partners in the Rotorua Te Arawa Lakes Programme, Te Arawa Lakes Trust, Rotorua District Council and Bay of Plenty Regional Council are also involved in the stakeholder group and in the overall governance of the Rotorua Te Arawa Lakes Programme.

See Terms of Reference for Lake Rotorua Stakeholder Advisory Group

Monthly meetings

The Stakeholder Advisory Group met regularly to share their views, knowledge and expertise.

Meeting agenda, minutes, reports and documents 2015

Meeting agenda, minutes, reports and documents 2014

Meeting agenda, minutes, reports and documents 2013

Subcommittee minutes

 

 

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