Open Letter to the People of Auckland is an introductory overview of the role of the Royal Commission, written by Commissioners.
About the Commissioners profiles each of the Commissioners.
Outline of Issues contains the main text of the “Call for Submissions” document that outlines the issues and ambit of the Commission’s work. You can download as a PDF version here: Call for Submissions (PDF)*. This document is available in hard copy from councils and libraries in the Auckland region.
If you want to make a submission, go to Making a Submission. Here you will find forms which can be filled out online, and sent electronically to the Commission; or the forms can be printed and written, and then posted to the Royal Commission.
People who make submissions can also attend the Commission’s hearings. Details will be posted under Hearings.
Once the submissions close, they will be posted on the website here under Submissions Received.
The Terms of Reference, and relevant excerpts from the Local Government Act 2002, both provide a useful legal context for understanding the work of the Commission.
Questions and Answers provides a range of background information about aspects of the Commission’s work.
Media Releases lists the press releases from the Commission.
Useful Links connects you with websites of the various Auckland Councils.
Contact details for the Commission can be found under Contact Us.
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