As part of the review of Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993, a Māori Land Service will be provided in rohe across Aotearoa. This land service is to be designed by Māori for Māori and discussions will commence on what this design will look like with some options to provide this service for whānau, hapū and Iwi in the Te Hiku and wider rohe.
On the 15th of August 2017, three hui will be held throughout Northland with Māori Freehold Land owners to collate views and ideas on a service that improves the provision and access of information, advice and administrative services to Māori land owners. The Hui will include:
- A presentation on the background to the co-design process; and
- Discuss with you, your views on existing issues, impacts, barriers and solutions to improving services to Māori land owners.