Waikato Dog Pound Feasibility Study

The Xyst study determined the best option for the Waikato District Council to achieve the welfare, safety and security objectives in the most cost-effective way for the ratepayers of the district from a whole-of-life perspective. This study considered demand levels, evaluated the current provision and compared this with expected good-practice facility provision, explored possible options and evaluated these to identify the best option for Council.

A comprehensive study which explored a variety of options ranging from keeping the current facilities after upgrades, building new on the current site or on a new site, service level agreements with neighbouring Council dog pounds, or a combination of these.

Project Benefit

A feasibility study considering the provision of dog pounds across the Waikato District.
Client organisation
Waikato District Council
Sport, Recreation and Community Planning
Feasibility studies