This document reports on the findings from a Health and Wellbeing Impact Assessment process (HIA) conducted over 2011 and 2012, to inform the Hamilton City District Plan Review, with a particular focus on the residential intensification proposals.
In 2010, the Nelson City Council commissioned a study into the effects of arterial traffic flows to determine the best transport configuration between Annesbrook and the QEII/Haven Rd roundabouts that will improve the city as a whole in the long term.
This social and economic impact assessment is a strategic assessment of the proposed Bay of Plenty Regional Policy Statement , particularly focused on the impacts for Māori and socially and economically disadvantaged communities in the region.
A health and wellbeing impact assessment (HIA) process was undertaken to assess the links between transport planning, health determinants and health outcomes for the Canterbury Regional Land Transport Strategy 2011–2041 and support development of the strategy.
A Wellbeing (Health) Impact Assessment (HIA) was undertaken on Whangarei District Council’s (WDC) draft Liquor Licensing Policy (draft LLP). The process was facilitated by the Northland District Health Board’s Public and Population Health Services.