More than 40 consent reviews for water takes near the Hakatere River have been granted, as new monitoring stations provide a clearer picture on availability.
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Our work to implement the Government's freshwater policy package has started, as we work to understand how Te Mana o te Wai applies in Canterbury.
Three independent commissioners have granted six consent applications relating to the construction of, and discharge from, a coastal outfall near Glenavy.
Watch out for new plant pest arrivals on your land so they can be destroyed before they get well-established, Environment Canterbury’s Laurence Smith says.
In the coming weeks and months the council will concentrate on setting new priorities for the next 10-year plan, says councillor Jenny Hughey.
Decision provides clarity over Environment Canterbury's role in approving consents to take water used for water bottling.
We are inviting submissions on proposed changes to our Fees and Charges Policy.
A new coastal plan for Canterbury will protect biodiversity and also protect communities from hazards, councillors Elizabeth McKenzie and Vicky Southworth say.
This year the Council is focusing on public transport, environmental priority projects and COVID-19 recovery in its yearly Annual Plan.
The 2020/21 Annual Plan has been formally adopted by our Council the rates have been set for the coming year.
We centred our response to the COVID-19 pandemic around manaakitanga/people first - one of our core organisational values.
On 28 May, the Government announced its Action for Healthy Waterways package. Our Chair, Jenny Hughey, acknowledges the efforts involved.