Funding from MfE is supporting investigation and feasibility work for natural solutions to flood protection but permanent co-investment is still needed.
News & events
Chair Peter Scott is urging those who see themselves forming the next government to start thinking beyond Lambton Quay and Queen Street.
A collective commitment was made to address community concerns and prioritise solutions to reduce the impact of cruise ships in Lyttelton.
Help shape our region’s future by taking part in our extended engagement process.
The council is committing to public transport fare trial, and continued flood recovery and remediation work for the region, as part of its 2023/24 Annual Plan.
A busy cruise ship season has had an impact on Canterbury residents and put pressure on our public transport system from Lyttelton into the city centre.
Chair Peter Scott shares his disappointment over the Government's decision to not fund a flood prevention plan.
Our Deputy Chair, Craig Pauling, discusses whether a unitary authority is the solution for local councils.
Newly elected chair Peter Scott outlines the challenges and opportunities for the next three years.