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Hawke’s Bay Local Authority Shared Services (HBLASS) is the company that the five Hawke’s Bay councils established to advance Shared Services in our region.

The Company is owned on an equal basis by all the councils, that is Central Hawke’s Bay District, Hawke’s Bay Regional, Hastings District, Napier City and the Wairoa District Councils.

Our objectives are about involving staff in delivering benefits to councils and their
stakeholders through:

  • Improved levels of service
  • Reduced costs
  • Improved efficiency, and
  • Increased value through innovation

Collaboration on Shared Services, procurement and working together is not a new thing for Hawke’s Bay councils. There are many existing examples, with just a few set out below.

Joint Property Valuation Service Joint Energy & Insurance Procurement Civil Defence Emergency Management
Omaranui Landfill Business Hawke's Bay Road Safety Initiatives
Refuse/ Recycling Collection Contracts Regional Community Outcomes Regional Transport Strategy
Pathways Development Regional Cultural Archives Sport Hawke’s Bay
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