Trust News

Education Funding – December 2021

Under the Education Funding strategy the Trust for the 2021/22 financial year granted $74,451 to four Greytown education institutions. Kuranui College received $30,657 for their future focused learning initiative.  This funding will go towards purchasing an additional...

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December 2021 Grapevine Update

The "Grapevine" is a local Greytown publication published monthly by Lamb Peters Print.  The below was included in the December edition. Board meeting dates for 2022 15 February, 15 March, 4 May, 29 June, 24 August, 19 October, 14 December. These dates are also listed...

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Update from schools on education funding spend

In December 2020 the Trust granted $53,701 to our four local education institutions.  Kuranui College received $22,112 for its 2021 Inspire Time programme.  Greytown Primary School received a grant of $21,322 for the relocation of its senior playground, the purchase...

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October 2021 Grapevine Update

The "Grapevine" is a local Greytown publication published monthly by Lamb Peters Print.  The below was included in the October edition. Annual General Meeting The Trust held its AGM on Tuesday 28 September in the WBS Room of the Greytown Town Centre and was attended...

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Annual General Meeting, Tuesday 28th September 2021

The Trust held its AGM on Tuesday 28 September in the WBS Room of the Greytown Town Centre and was attended by 20 members of the public.  Thank you to those people from the community that came along.Copies of the documents that were available on the night can be...

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New Trust Manager

Helga Perry has been appointed to the role of Trust Manager of Greytown District Trust Lands Trust. Board Chair, Phil Holden, is delighted to confirm the appointment. “Helga has been the Trust’s administrator for the last eight years and has an intimate knowledge of...

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100% Concessionary Grants for Greytown Community Organisations

Taking into consideration the need for certainty by Greytown Trust Land Trust’s tenants and a swell of community support for preserving the intention of land use, the Trust has agreed to apply a 100% rental concession to its legacy tenancies moving forward. A sunset...

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Education Funding – December 2020

Under the Education Funding strategy the Trust for the 2020/21 financial year granted $53,701 to four Greytown education institutions. Kuranui College received $22,112 for its 2021 Inspire Time programme. Greytown Primary School received a grant of $21,322 for the...

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Interim General Manager 

Kia ora everyone, it is my pleasure to advise of the appointment of Paul Broughton as General Manager of the Greytown Trust Lands Trust on a contract basis. Paul brings an extensive background in commercial property to the Trust where amongst other roles he has been...

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Changes at the Trust, September 2020

The Board Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson are appointed by and from among the six elected Trustees on the Board immediately following the election held every three years in October.  Under Trust Standing Orders, on the anniversary of their appointment, the Board...

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Education Funding – update from schools

In December 2019 the Trust gave out education bulk funding to Greytown Early Years, Greytown Kindergarten, Greytown Primary School and Kuranui College.  See article https://greytowntrustlands.org.nz/september-2019-community-grant-funding-round-2/ Click on the links...

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Sports Funding awarded to local Clubs

At their March 2020 Board meeting Trustees considered applications received from six clubs. Clubs were asked to apply under two main priorities; Priority 1:  improved capability, support and retention and Priority 2: Increased opportunities for participation. Trustees...

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