Public Notices

We want you to find out how to get involved in the management of Canterbury’s environment and resources. Below you can find a list of official notifications of hearings, meetings, notices and submissions. Click on the links below to find out more on how to have your say.

Canterbury Regional Council (Ngāi Tahu Representation) Bill

13 August 2021

This is a notice of the intention of the Canterbury Regional Council (trading as Environment Canterbury) to promote a local Bill to achieve enactment of the Canterbury Regional Council (Ngai Tahu Representation) Bill (PDF File, 277.98KB).

Due to COVID-19, the Bill will be available for inspection for the first 15 working days that the relevant office is open at Level 2.

Please note that the copy of the Bill in Kaikōura is currently available at the Kaikōura District Library, rather than Environment Canterbury's office.

Proposed Plan Change 1 to Chapter 6 of the Canterbury Regional Policy Statement using the streamlined planning process

17 July 2021

The Minister for the Environment has approved Proposed Change 1 to Chapter 6 of the Canterbury Regional Policy Statement (CRPS) under the Streamlined Planning Process. The changes will become operative on 28 July 2021.

Long-Term Plan 2021-31

17 June 2021

Council adopted the Long-Term Plan 2021-31 on 17 June 2021. You can find out more about the consultation on our have your say website.

Read the Long-Term Plan 2021-31 (PDF File, 21MB).

Canterbury Regional Land Transport Plan 2021-31

Environment Canterbury’s Council has formally adopted the Regional Land Transport Plan 2021-31 (PDF file, 2.26MB), which places new emphasis on resilience to extreme events and emissions reduction.

Proposed Changes to Fees and Charges Policy

1 July 2020

This is a Special Consultative Procedure in accordance with section 83 of the Local Government Act 2002.

The Canterbury Regional Council (Environment Canterbury) invites the public to make submissions on proposed amendments to the Fees and Charges Policy.

We are proposing changes to our Fees and Charges Policy to recover actual and reasonable costs for the processing of consent applications from applicants.