Vincent Spatial Plan

The establishment report for the Vincent Spatial Plan was adopted by Council on 11 March 2020.  The purpose of the spatial plan is to provide direction for growth and development for the area over the next 30 years. Its development will address a combination of growth and land use in the Alexandra basin, Omakau and Ophir; the provision of infrastructure to accommodate future growth; and a masterplan for the Alexandra Airport.

First opportunity for community to engage 

A community survey for Vincent Ward residents and property owners to gain insight into what people value most about their place will open on Monday 16 March. 

The survey asks people three questions: what they value most about their place; what they would hate to lose; and what they would like their place to be known for into the future.

This is the first stage of community engagement for the Vincent Spatial Plan, with feedback from the survey helping shape local community values. 

These will be valuable for a range of Council projects such as the 2021-2031 Long Term Plan, the District Plan, the Central Otago 2050 Plan (30-Year vision and prosperity plan), and community plans. 

This insights survey will run for four weeks. The analysis of results will presented back to the community during the review of options engagement process. 


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