Councillor Bayden Barber
Ward: Hastings-Havelock North
Post: Private Bag 9002 Hastings 4156
Phone: 021 570011
Bayden Barber - Elected October 2016 representing Hastings Havelock North Ward
Economic Development and Urban Affairs Committee
Social and Cultural Development Committee
Finance and Monitoring Committee
Planning and Regulatory Committee
Works and Services Committee
Rating Review Working Party
Tangata Whenua Wastewater Joint Committee
Maori Joint Committee
Community Liaison Group – Hawke’s Bay Prison
Heritage Trails Committee
Bayden Barber was born in Hastings and is from Waimarama where he lives with his family. He graduated from Waikato University with a Bachelor of Management Studies.
Bayden has held management roles within Hawke’s Bay District Health Board among others, but has run his own consultancy business since 2005. Bayden also spends time running their lifestyle farm and visitor accommodation business. In 2013, Bayden was elected to the HDC Rural Community Board. He is the current Chair of the Health Hawke’s Bay Board.
Bayden has been an active member of his community, serving as Chair of Waimarama Marae for the past 6 years. His wife Myra is the current Chair of the Waimarama School Board of Trustees, where two of their children attend. Bayden has supported the school as its kapa haka teacher and soccer coach.
Bayden enjoys spending time at the beach with Myra and their children.