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- Statement of Performance Expectations 2021-2022
- Statement of Performance Expectations 2022-2023
- Briefing to the Incoming Minister 2020
- Annual Report 2020-2021
- Report on the Findings of the Review of the Walking Access Act 2008
- Annual Report 2019-2020
- Outdoor Access Code
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- 2021-2025 Statement of Intent
- Walking Access Strategy 2017 - 2022
- Statement of Performance Expectations 2020-2021
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Gender and ethnic pay gaps
Our organisation is committed to meeting the milestones of Kia Toipoto — the Public Service Gender, Māori, pacific and Ethnic Pay Gaps Action Plan 2021-2024. Under Kia Toipoto, agencies and entities need at least 20 employees in each comparative group to publish statistically robust pay gaps, while protecting the privacy of employees. We are a small organisation with 16 staff, which is insufficient to publish gender, Māori, Pacific or other ethnicity pay gaps. We are, instead, using the data we have and employee engagement to develop our first Kia Toipoto action plan, which we will publish on this site by 28 April 2023.
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