All you need to know can be found in the BID information booklet. [wpdm_package id=’9109′] VOTING There is one vote for one ratepayer or business irrespective of how many properties or businesses you own within the proposed BID area. Please check that you are on a list. If you are not on a list and… Continue reading Important BID documents
There was constructive and supportive discussion about entering the Business Improvement District establishment process at our recent AGM. Murray Chapman sums it up in One Warkworth’s latest Mahurangi Matters column.
Click here for a summary of some of the activities undertaken in the 2018 / 2019 financial year that we will be reporting on at the AGM.
The frustrations are real as we get more and more concerned about the ongoing delays to advance Matakana Link Road in a way that will support our growing region without blowing the budget. Read aboout our advocacy work here
Volunteering helps others, it is good for you on many levels and provides plenty of opportunities to be part of our town, our community. It is also more positive and productive than sitting behind a keyboard, doing nothing, complaining and giving not-so-constructive criticism. To be a part of the community, get involved, become an advocate… Continue reading Get involved
Recent wins by One Warkworth include getting Auckland Council to reconsider removing the historic weir; making a case for better outcomes for the Matakana Link Road and the Warkworth Structure Plan. There is a lot to be said for having a strong, united voice for the wider Warkworth area. Read more about it here.
Auckland Council’s wish to remove Warkworth’s historic Wilson Weir was the subject of a Town Hall Talk hosted by One Warkworth and Mahurangi Action on February 13. One Warkworth’s manager, Murray Chapman, facilitated presentations by Council’s senior freshwater ecologist Matt Bloxham; whitebait authority, Paul Decker, from Premium Marine Technology and Mahurangi Technical Institute; and planner… Continue reading Keep The Weir
Starting or relocating a business can be daunting. Getting premises and equipment sorted, organising staff and getting to know the area all require planning and effort.
Savvy business owners know that the success and value of a business is about more than just sales, suppliers and profitability. Other less measurable factors, like customer loyalty and community engagement, are also important. In fact, it can be said that community grows loyalty, which is especially true in this area. Let’s face it, as… Continue reading Better Together