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KO TE KAINGA, KO TE WHĀNAU TE PŪTAKE; HE TAU-UTUUTU TE HONONGA KO TE ŌHANGA O TE MATAU A MĀUI E PAKARI NEI.

EVERY HOUSEHOLD AND EVERY WHĀNAU IS ACTIVELY ENGAGED IN, CONTRIBUTING TO AND BENEFITING FROM, A THRIVING HAWKE’S BAY ECONOMY.

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HBREDS: What is it?

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Organisations from across Hawke’s Bay (councils, iwi, businesses and government agencies) worked together in 2016 to develop a strategic plan to help raise the region's employment opportunities and incomes.

The ongoing focus is on working together to grow jobs across the region, increase household incomes and raise Hawke’s Bay economic performance up into the top quarter of New Zealand regions. To achieve these aims, the strategy sets out the steps needed to help existing businesses who want to grow to do so, attract new business, promote great new ideas, attract skilled migrants to work in the areas in which we need more people and plan major public projects that benefit the whole region.

To achieve the desired effect, each of the actions named in the strategy has a lead agency to drive achievement of desired outcome. To find out more, view the full strategy.

How we will get there

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The plan is to build on the many great advantages that Hawke’s Bay has, and come up with practical projects that achieve the aims and the overall vision of the plan. Some actions include setting up systems ensuring major public infrastructure project management focuses on hiring local labour, Councils working on developing common rules on consents and construction regulations and expanding the National Aquarium in Napier to include marine research capability which will create science-based employment.

The journey so far

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The Matariki - Hawke's Bay Regional Economic Development Strategy and Action Plan is an ambitious strategy that aims to make Hawke’s Bay the most innovative region in New Zealand, the leading exporter of premium primary produce and a hub for business growth. Named for the Māori new year (in mid-June) ‘Matariki’ is a time of celebration, reflection and planning. For the strategy this means a commitment by all partners to robust annual review and refinement. The strategy is linked with national economic development plans as it is part of the Government’s Regional Growth Programme, which focuses on increasing jobs, income and investment in regional New Zealand. It also aligns with the Government’s Māori Economic Development and Action Plan ‘He kai kei aku ringa’.

What next...

Members of the Governance Group are exploring options for a delivery model to implement the actions and strategic goals. The new model will have a strong delivery focus and will include representation from business, Māori, and local government. Watch this space!

Maungaharuru Tangitū Trust
Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi
Ngāti Pāhauwera Development Trust
Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga
Central Hawke's Bay Distric Council
Hastings Distric Council
Napier City Council
Wairoa District Council
Hawke's Bay Regional Council
Hawke's Bay District Health Board
Hawke's Bay Tourism
Businsess Hawke's Bay
Eastern Institute of Technology
Great Things Grow Here
New Zealand Government

MATARIKI

Hawke's Bay Regional Economic Development Strategy and Action Plan

‘Every household and every whānau is actively engaged in, contributing to and benefiting from, a thriving Hawke's Bay economy.’

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