The hearing commissioner has ruled in favour of the applicant in the South Island Resource Recovery Limited consent application.
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Grape marc is the solid waste left over from processing grapes into wine. Popular as stock feed and high in nutrients, consent is required to store it.
More than 20 farmers attended a biodiversity and regulations workshop in Culverden, which was a chance for them to ask us questions one-to-one.
In Canterbury cattle feedlots – and the resource consents required for them to operate – are the subject of intense community interest.
Stay up to date on Wongan Hills' consent application for proposed farming activity at Kaituna Valley.
This Supreme Court case will give us and the community clarity on the matter, which has been before the Courts for some time.
We're holding a series of drop-in meetings in rural towns over March and April to help farmers get to grips with new regulations and what they need to know.
A Court of Appeal decision around water bottling may affect the way we manage water in Canterbury.
We are experiencing delays in processing resource consent applications due to staffing challenges and the increasing complexity of applications.
New rules in the Canterbury Land and Water Regional Plan will see more water kept in the Hakatere/Ashburton River.
Find out more about why we decided not to appeal the Court of Appeal’s water bottling decision.
Environment Canterbury has received the decision of the Court of Appeal on its grant of consents for water bottling activities carried out by two companies.