Give us your feedback on accessibility

Published on 30 November 2022

Accessibility survey

What should the future look like for people with access needs in Te Tai Tokerau? How should our communities look? What should councils focus on?

The four councils in our region; Far North District Council, Kaipara District Council, Northland Regional Council and Whangarei District Council, are working together on a plan to make our communities more accessible to live, work, play and visit. They are asking for public feedback on how councils can improve the lives of people with access needs in Te Tai Tokerau.

Accessibility is when everyone can access places, services, and information with ease and dignity. This includes people with disabilities, people with chronic health conditions, older adults, whānau with young children, and people with language difficulties.

Give your feedback

Visit the below link to share your ideas with us:

Te Tai Tokerau accessibility feedback

They can be provided in a number of ways, including an online portal, a printable feedback form and New Zealand Sign Language videos. Easy read, large print and te reo Māori versions are also available.

Feedback closes on 26 February 2023.

Get in touch

Printed copies can also be collected from local council customer service centres and libraries, or people can call or email feedback to Claire:

claire.wilson@wdc.govt.nz

0800 932 463