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John Henderson (Chair), Roger King (Surf Club Liaison), Peter Baker, Rowan Pullan and Evan Cook. (Appointed 29th November 2014 for 3 year term)
NEXT MEETING: The next WCRB Committee Meeting has been POSTPONED, new date in May TBC. Agenda
Waipu Cove Reserve Board encourages people to show pride in their environment by taking their rubbish with them.
Signage informs the public that as there are no bins they will need to take their rubbish home.
The Board and Reserve Management are committed to ensuring that Waipu Cove Reserve is a high quality visitor experience.
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Current annual site holder fees:
Standard sites $4816.00
Premium site $5483.00
Note: No new applications for annual sites are currently being accepted.
ANNUAL SITE DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
NEWS - Waipu Cove dune restoration wins national award
Waipu Dune Inspection and Advice 2014.pdf
The Waipu Cove Reserve Board is a non-profit voluntary entity, with all revenue generated from the camp ground and other activities, used to fund maintenance and improvements. This has allowed for many new capital projects, for the benefit of all holiday makers and tourists.
A Domain Board was first appointed in 1943 and successive Domain Boards have been appointed on a 3 yearly cycle. We have witnessed significant changes and developments over the last 30 years, and the view of this current Board is to continue to make a contribution, for the benefit of the whole community.
The Board meets monthly and has a focus of making this Reserve a premium holiday destination for all campers, local residents, and visitors alike.
Waipu Cove Reserve Board NZ Coastal Society presentation
Waipu Cove Recreation Reserve Management Plan 2011-2016 )Approved December 2010)
Hard copies are available for viewing at the Camp Waipu Cove office, Waipu Library, Waipu Museum.
Newsletter December 2012, December 2013, December 2014, December 2015
Contact the Board
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2011 Minutes 24th January 2011, 28th February 2011, 28th March 2011, 2nd May 2011, 30th May 2011, 27th June 2011, 25th July 2011, 28th August 2011, AGM- 28th August 2011, September 2011, 24th October 2011, 25th November 2011
2012 Minutes 27th January 2012, 27th February 2012, 26th March 2012, 27th April 2012, 28th May 2012, 23rd July 2012, AGM 26th August 2012, 26th August 2012, 24th September 2012, 22nd October 2012, 23rd November 2012
2013 Minutes 4th Feb 2013, 25th March 2013, 29th April 2013, 27th May 2013,
24th June 2013, 29th July 2013, AGM 25th August 2013 , 25th August 2013, 23rd September 2013, 4th Novemver 2013, 2nd December 2013
2014 Minutes 27 January 2014, 24th Feb 2014, 24th March 2014, 28th April 2014, 26 May 2014, 23rd June 2014 , 28 July 2014, AGM 24th August 2014, 24th August 2014, 22nd Sept 2014, 20th October 2014, 1st December 2014
2015 Minutes 26th January 2015,23rd February 2015,23rd March 2015,20th April 2015, 18th May 2015,29th June 2015,27th July 2015,AGM 20th September 2015, 20th September 2015, 19th October 2015,30th November 2015,
2016 Minutes 18th January 2016, 15th February 2016, 21st March 2016, 2nd May 2016, 6th June 2016, 1st August 2016, AGM 18th September 2016, 18th September 2016, 24th October 2016, 28th November 2016, 23rd January 2017, 13th February 2017, 27th March 2017
Public Correspondence (from March 2016 onwards)
Waipu Cove Reserve Board Management Structure
The current Waipu Cove Reserve Board was appointed by Sue Reed, (a Commissioner authorised to appoint the Reserve’s Board. The Board is responsible for policy and governance issues, and employs managers to enact same. The Board has a legal right to enter into loans, and is empowered to make camp rules for the safety and benefit of the community. The Reserve is on Crown Land, and is administered under the Reserves Act 1977, and enjoys a close association with the Dept of Conservation. The Board is responsible for the camping ground and day area on the Reserve, and fosters a good working relationship with the surf club, which has its own separate lease with the Minister. A management plan is prepared, inviting input from all sections of the community, and this management plan, once approved, forms the guidelines for future developments on the Reserve.
Policy and procedures update
Conflict of Interest, Fraud Policy