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Public Notices

View all open publicly notified consents and the hearing decisions for closed notifications.

When a resource consent application is received by the council, we conduct an assessment of its environmental effects. If the environmental effects are more than minor, the resource consent will require public notification under Section 93 of the Resource Management Act.

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Hearing Decisions

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  • 05 September 2014 Christchurch Ready Mix (CRC142845 and CRC142846)
    The decision on the hearing of CRC142845 and CRC142846 has now been released. Commissioner D Chrystal has granted consent to use land for mineral extraction activities and the deposition of clean fill over an unconfined or semi-confined aquifer; and to take and use water for dust suppression at the Gartys Road, Leithfield, subject to conditions.
  • 25 August 2014 B L, L H & D A Baggott and C E McKay (CRC102890)
    The decision on the hearing has been released. Commissioner Withy has granted consent to take and use groundwater for irrigation at Woodfields Road, Rangiora.
  • 21 July 2014 Ngāi Tahu Forest Estates Limited (CRC132458, CRC142438 and CRC144606)
    The decision on the hearing of CRC132458, CRC142438 and CRC144606 has now been released. Commissioners P Rogers and E Christmas have partially granted consent in an amended form to take, divert and use water for irrigation; and a change of land use which may result in the discharge of nitrogen or phosphorus; for the area of land known as the Balmoral Forest, Culverden and subject to conditions.
  • 11 July 2014 Hunter Dairies Limited (CRC143341)
    The decision on the hearing of CRC143341 has been released. Commissioner R Nixon has granted consent for a change of conditions to take and use groundwater near Makikihi.
  • 30 January 2014 Te Runanga o Ngāi Tahu and Canterbury Regional Council (Te Waihora opening) (CRC140366, CRC140367, CRC140368, CRC140371, CRC142019)
    Environment Canterbury, Selwyn District Council, and Christchurch City Council have granted consents to carry out activities associated with the artificial opening and closing of Te Waihora/ Lake Ellesmere to the sea.
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