The Red Zones Transformative Land Use Group will be part of decision making on contestable grant funding for initiatives, ideas and activities to help transform the city’s red zones, and will make land use recommendations to Land Information New Zealand (LINZ).
The Red Zones Transformative Land Use Group membership will include:
1. Independent Chairperson appointed by the Council, in consultation with Ngāi Tahu and LINZ
2. One representative each from:
- Waitai / Coastal-Burwood Community Board
- Waikura / Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board
- Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū / Banks Peninsula Community Board
- Ngāi Tuāhūriri
- Ngati Wheke (for matters relating to the Port Hills Red Zone)
3. Three community representatives of the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor and two other community representatives, including one youth representative (aged 25 or under)
It's expected this group will meet once a month.
The function, membership and period of appointment of the Red Zone Transformative Land Use Group will be reviewed in the second year of operation.