Thursday, February 22, 2024

Call to share your Cyclone Gabrielle experiences

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Hawke’s Bay Regional Council surveying landowners in a bid to bolster recovery.
The widespread damage caused by Cyclone Gabrielle caused the postponement of the Napier Port Primary Sector Awards.
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Hawke’s Bay Regional Council is surveying landowners on how last year’s weather events affected them, to better plan the ongoing recovery.

Rural recovery manager Richard Wakelin said the council recognises that impacts have changed and the demands on farmers, growers and landowners are still developing.

“To help us continue to stay aware of the needs of landowners, we would really appreciate you completing this short survey so we can continue to understand these changing demands,” he told landowners. 

“This will give us a better picture of the ongoing challenges faced in our communities and, in turn, ensure you are better supported.”

This survey is for landowners with properties over 20ha in size. 

Results will also be used to help further co-ordinate the recovery across the region. The survey can be found here.

Once people have completed the survey, they will go in the draw for one of five Prezzy Card $100 vouchers. 

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