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Project Management

The success of Cape to City hinges on the strength of its governance and project management teams. We’re fortunate to have a dedicated group of people supporting the vision of restoring native species to Hawke’s Bay for Cape to City and its sister project, Poutiri Ao ō Tāne.

To see the structure of this joint project team please click here.

Three different types of groups are responsible for overseeing the two projects: governance, project management and delivery, and community advisory.

Governance

Cape to City’s and Poutiri Ao ō Tāne's governance team consists of seven key members representing partner organisations, iwi, and the farming community. This group oversees the direction of these projects and provides guidance towards achieving the project’s objectives.

The current governance team includes Reg Kemper, Mike Adye, Richard Gordon, Andy Lowe, Tania Hopmans, Bruce Wills, and Mike Mohi. Click here to learn more about each of these members.

Project management

The project management group is responsible for the day-to-day coordination and implementation of the two projects. In addition to working towards the vision and goals, this team oversees milestone delivery and reporting, financial management, and health and safety.

Interested in learning more about what we’ve accomplished? Check out the project reports here.

Community advisory groups

Cape to City and Poutiri Ao ō Tāne each have a separate community advisory group. These groups provide a broader perspective on potential project opportunities and/or issues. In doing so, community advisory groups support both projects and ensure their relevance to the community.

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