Hearing Decisions: 2019
The decision of the Hearing Panel is to grant, with conditions, consent for the comprehensive discharge of stormwater within Christchurch City onto or into land, into water and into coastal environments. The duration shall be a term of 25 years.
Friday, 20th Dec 2019
Christchurch City Council appealed aspects of the decision made by the Hearing Panel. Following mediation between the Christchurch City Council and Environment Canterbury, Environment Court Judge J E Borthwick allowed the appeal subject to amendments to the resource consent conditions negotiated between the two councils.
The decision of the Hearing Commissioner is to grant, with conditions and for a duration of 35 years, the application for a water permit to take and use water for community supply and establish a community water supply protection zone at 477 Pleasant Valley Road. Geraldine.
The decision of the Hearing Commissioner is to grant, with conditions, consent to occupy the coastal marine area wth structures, disturb the seabed, and deposit marine debris (shell and organic matter) and to discharge contaminants associated with marine farming into the coastal marine area at Big Bay, Banks Peninsula.
CRC181789, CRC181790, CRC191588, LUC17/112
The joint decision of Environment Canterbury and Ashburton District Council has been released. The decision is to grant, with conditions, consent to undertake earthworks to realign part of the Wakanui Creek, permanently divert water and remove vegetation in the riparian margin for a term of 5 years.