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Pukehina Ratepayers’ and Residents’ Association information

Caretakers of the present and the future


  • To conserve, promote and advance the interests and welfare of the ratepayers and residents of Pukehina Beach.
  • To make representations to the local body authorities.
  • To manage and use Association funds to carry out the objectives and any other relevant projects or tasks.
  • To promote a safe and friendly environment, with excellent facilities for everyone to enjoy.
  • To do all things that are conducive to the attainment of the objectives.
  • To encourage ratepayers and residents to become financial members of the Association and participate in activities.
  • To develop ideas to enhance and progress Pukehina Beach to its full potential whilst maintaining our unique character.
  • To assist to achieve the aims of the 2008 Pukehina Beach Community Survey.

The annual cost of membership is a small price to pay for the excellent representation and positive outcomes the Association achieves on behalf of all ratepayers and residents and allows access to the Members’ Page. More supporting members will result in more funds to use for the benefit of Pukehina.

How We Operate

Click the link below to download PDF with details on statutory requirements and Role descriptions


The committee meets each month to discuss and proceed with matters relating to the objectives and any other matters arising. Group leaders have responsibilities for different activities. Minutes are displayed on the Members’ page.


These are detailed on the Members’ page.


These are detailed on the Members’ page.

Contact Us


Click the link below to join the association.

2019 PRRA Committee

Chairman: Richard Glover
Secretary: Judie McEnallay
Treasurer: Trudi Ballantyne
Committee: Leanne Armstrong, Neil Carter, Brodie Cummins, Esther Kirk, Paora Maxwell, John McEnallay

All positions are voluntary. Members are elected at the annual AGM or can be co-opted during the year.

Local Body Representatives

Pukehina is in the East Cape Electorate. The MP is Anne Tolley who acts at a national level on our behalf.  More information can be found within the following links:

Pukehina is in the Western Bay of Plenty Council District. We currently have three ward members, Kevin Marsh, John Scrimgeour and Sue Matthews, actively involved with the association and competently representing us.