As an early Christmas present, the Environment Canterbury Council today received Zone Implementation Programme addenda (ZIPAs) from two zone committees.
News & events
The Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) Water Zone Committee has finalised its recommendations for improving the health of waterways in a large part of South Canterbury.
Environment Canterbury today confirmed that its own farm environment plan template meets the requirements of the Canterbury Land & Water Regional Plan
Environment Canterbury, Christchurch City Council and the Canterbury District Health Board are committed to working together to resolve quarry dust issues.
A collective volunteer effort saw 78 hectares of Arthur’s Pass covered on a mission to cull the harmful purple pest plant, Russell lupin.
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The Greater Christchurch Public Transport Joint Committee approved the draft Regional Public Transport Plan at its meeting this week.
A company has pleaded guilty in court in relation to a discharge of ammonia to land.
Research stage of Environment Canterbury’s on-demand public transport study is underway, and the regional council is appealing for interested parties.
The trial of two new bus services for the Selwyn district is being proposed.
Recent consents stories have raised a lot of questions about the way in which Environment Canterbury processes and grants consents.
The Ōtūkaikino River has won the Supreme Award for Most Improved River at the 2018 New Zealand River Awards in Wellington.