Engaging With The Trust


Satellite image of the Trust’s area of interest

The Trust works on projects that support our strategic vision to:

Develop environmental guardians of the future through improved public walking and biking access, enhancing biodiversity, promoting knowledge and working in partnership with others who share our commitment to Banks Peninsula.

Ko te whakawhanake kaitiaki taiao nā te whakahōu ara hīkoi, ara paihikara, te whakaniko rerenga rauropi, te whakamana mātauranga me te mahi tahi ki ngā tāngata e kaingākau kaha ana ki Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū hoki.

The Trust will seek the support of other groups and agencies also involved in these areas and aims to work collaboratively with them to achieve the Trust’s objectives, and to be mindful of the potential for alignment with existing and future projects and initiatives of Christchurch City Council and the views of Banks Peninsula runanga in respect the value of Banks Peninsula’s Mana Whenua (land), Mana Moana (waterways) and Mana Tangata (people).

Further information on these aims are given in the Trust’s current Statement of Intent. Organisations interested in forming partnerships are asked to read through this documents before approaching the Trust.

The Trust welcomes enquiries from organisations with aims that align with its own. Please contact the Trust once you have determined how your group or project aligns with the Trust’s aims.