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LGNZ has developed the following template policies on child-care allowances and parental leave to reflect our commitment to diversity and inclusivity. Councils can use them as a starting point for their own policies.

A background paper outlining options to support councils playing more of a role in meeting social housing needs.

This guidance sets out principles and guidelines for local authorities and their members to apply when developing and delivering communications during the pre-election period. It may also assist elected members seeking to distinguish between their campaigning and council responsibilities.

At the end of 2020, LGNZ approached Sense Partners to conceive an approach to spatial planning that supports the overarching goal of housing affordability: the goal of both the Urban Growth Agenda and the National Policy Statement on Urban Development.

This report provides a summary of discussion between central and local government to consider the merits of a national Land Information Memorandum (“LIM”) template.

“Rewarding, interesting, frustrating: how elected members feel about their time in local government” is designed to give us the information we need to shape our training programmes and advocacy campaigns to make local government an attractive public service option.

Councils play a critical role in leading adaptation response.

The Compliance and Enforcement Special Interest Group (CESIG) comprises regulatory managers from the 16 regional and unitary councils making up the Regional Sector of local government within New Zealand.

LGNZ’s view on the Productivity Commission’s findings and recommendations.

This guidance document is designed to provide councils with support, and a consistent approach, for regularly assessing the exposure of their infrastructure to sea level rise and inland flood risk. To read a summary click here.