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The Ngunguru Seawall has degraded over time and is in need of repair and restoration. The Seawall is a significant infrastructure asset for the Tūtūkākā Coast.
Various plans and concepts have been previously developed and considered in the past. We previously developed plans following community consultation for the restoration of the wall, however these failed to gain Resource Consent from Northland Regional Council as elements of the plans did not comply with the Regional Coastal Policy.
New plans have now been developed and these do have resource consent. These new plans require some work around the established trees and resource consent is currently being sought to allow for this work to be undertaken.
The plans include both the repair of existing seawall and building a new seawall as appropriate. The new / repaired seawall has been designed to allow for further height to be added in future, as needed.
Features of the seawall will include:
Ngunguru seawall and crossings plans(PDF, 7MB)
Two community drop-in information sessions were held with Council representatives in August 2022.
Ngunguru Road, Ngunguru 0173 View Map
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