The independent review of the three waters service delivery options and a recommended preferred option will be reported to councils in September.
Should councils want to take the next step in considering change, then councils will run a comprehensive community engagement and consultation process, which is likely to happen next year, in the second half of 2021.
Through that, key partners such as Mana Whenua and the people of Hawke’s Bay, including the region’s rural and urban communities, will be able to have their say on all of the options considered.
Only after that will councils collectively decide on whether to proceed with a new regional service delivery model.
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