Matariki - Hawke’s Bay Regional Economic Development Strategy and Action Plan 2016 sets out the detailed strategy, and identifies pathways towards actioning the strategy. You can download the full document as a PDF:
For a 'quick guide' to the Work Areas, Actions and the agencies involved in implementation, check out this overview.
The strategy is a truly collaborative effort between iwi and hapu, the business sector, central government agencies and local authorities. It has been designed in partnership as aspired for in Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
It was put together after extensive consultation with a broad range of representatives from business and the public sector, which included three wānanga held in Wairoa, Hastings and Masterton.
|Matariki Framework for Hawke's Bay Regional Economic Development|
|Partnership by co-design||Values and worldview underpinning the strategy and its actions are an expression of co-design, and the implementation and monitoring are an inclusive collaboration. A treaty principle.|
|Outcomes for every household and every whānau||All actions, initiatives and projects in the Action Plan must provide outcomes in line with the vision.|
|Build our people’s capability||There must be an emphasis on developing our people alongside infrastructure, assets and businesses.|
|Equality||A treaty principle, this requires reflection on who the intended audience and beneficiaries are, and a commitment to that being inclusive and equitable.|
|Business Growth Agenda 2015
He kai kei aku ringa
|Our regional actions are designed to be as consistent as possible with both national economic policies.|
|Whai rawa||Optimising assets in a full, holistic and sustainable way.|
|Pōtikitanga||Developing an enterprise mindset. Driving the thinking that goes behind business growth.|
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