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Rivers > Maintenance
A drain runs through my property. What are my responsibilities regarding the drain?
Please refer to the Environment Canterbury website (see link below) called “Working together to maintain our drains”. If you would like to undertake some works near to a drain, yo ...
How can I find out about the regular drain maintenance on my property?
Please contact the depot supervisor for your area about regular drain maintenance. For contact details of our depot supervisors and more information please refer to the Environmen ...
How can I find out which drain Environment Canterbury is responsible for?
In general Environment Canterbury (ECan) is responsible for drains within its Drainage Rating Districts. Customer services staff will be able to help identify particular drains EC ...
Who is responsible for the opening of Lake Forsyth/Te Wairewa?
The Christchurch City Council has a statutory responsibility to manage the lake levels to avoid flooding. The openings are done in association with the local Rūnanga - Te Rūnanga ...
Who maintains the water races on Environment Canterbury leased land?
The maintenance of water races are usually the responsibility of district or city councils. ...
Why haven’t I been informed of drain maintenance that happened recently on my farm?
Environment Canterbury tries to make contact with landowners prior to entering a property; however, this is not always possible and you may see drain maintenance work being undert ...
Can an investigating enforcement officer issue an infringement notice if the occupier is out or does not answer the door?
What is a Regional Land Transport Strategy?
Do I need a resource consent for taking gravel?
I want to report illegal or unsafe disposal of asbestos, who should I contact?
Who should I contact if there is, or may be, asbestos in my home?
There is a building being demolished and I am worried that there is asbestos that has not been removed. Who should I contact?
How will you help people learn more about burning better?
Page created: 5/10/2009. Last updated: 5/10/2009.
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