The Society is a locally elected, independent registered charitable trust, incorporated in 1991.
Invitation to AGM and Annual Public Meeting
Wednesday 28th October, 2020 at 7:00pm
Royal Akarana Yacht Club
Hyundai Marine Sports Centre
We are looking forward to welcoming members to our AGM at the Royal Akarana Yacht Club facilities. The meeting will be held in the New Navigators Room located behind the bar in The Akarana Eatery. Parking is readily available in the adjacent carpark.
The Society’s Chairperson, Graham Jones will deliver the annual report addressing the aims and activities of the Society. Treasurer, Jill Goldkorn will present the financial statement.
Election of officers and committee members will be undertaken, and we warmly welcome anyone interested in joining the committee to contact us. Details over the page. Our brief AGM will to be followed by two invited speakers.
- Scott Milne, Chairman of the Orakei Local Board, will provide a local update. If you would like to enquire about a specific issue, it would be helpful if you could direct any questions to TDPS Secretary, Margaret King at phone 575 9927 or 021 111 0297, and she will forward them to Scott prior to the meeting.
- Raewyn Peart is a resource management lawyer and policy advisor. She is Director of the Environmental Defence Society, and has authored books on coastal development, dolphin protection, fisheries management and the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park.
Current political statements include repealing the Resource Management Act. Raewyn was Ministerially-appointed as a member of the Resource Management Review Panel that recently released its report, and was also a member of a Ministerial Advisory Committee tasked with progressing the findings of the marine plan for the Hauraki Gulf. Raewyn’s presentation, “Hauraki Gulf: Sea Change” will address opportunities to increase the health of the Gulf and possible changes to the RMA.
Aims of the Tamaki Drive Protection Society
TDPS aims to preserve Tamaki Drive as an outstanding scenic and recreational resource, and as a direct route into the city of Auckland. The Society has a focus on the environmental and amenity values of Tamaki Drive which are crucial features of the coastal areas and the interface between land and water. TDPS brings to public attention the necessity for preservation of the beaches, walkways, cycleways and roadways, and flora, through constant maintenance and improvement. It does this through the medium of pamphlets and public meetings, and through submissions to authorities, which encourage local and national government bodies to value and care for Tamaki Drive.
Our e-mail address is:
Our mailing address is:
Tamaki Drive Protection Society Inc.
PO Box 25261
St Heliers, Auckland 1740
New website under development – coming soon…
If you would like to join our committee please get in touch as new members bring fresh initiatives and skills that can build on the important achievements of the Society, which has fought to protect the waterfront amenities for the past 27 years.
Committee meetings are usually held every two months in the convivial heritage environment of the Stone House at Mission Bay. Anyone interested in attending will be warmly welcomed.
The current committee are: Ross Duder, Jill Goldkorn, David Grinlinton, Margaret King, Clair Jones, Graham Jones, Peter Morton, Kenneth Palmer, Kit Parkinson and Juliet Yates.
Tamaki Drive Protection Society Inc. is a registered charity (CC43098) and does not have any assured source of income. Donations are welcome to defray costs. Donations over $5.00 are tax deductible. No minimum subscription has been set.