Our Deputy Chair, Craig Pauling, discusses whether a unitary authority is the solution for local councils.
News & events
Our draft Annual Plan 2023/24 consultation period closes on 3 April, so get your feedback in as soon as possible.
We are now accepting feedback on our draft Annual Plan for 2023/24 until April 3.
We have adopted our draft Annual Plan for the 2023/24 period and community feedback will be open from 27 February.
Changes are needed to draft legislation to replace the Resource Management Act to deliver better environmental protection and empower local voice.
Find out more about our adopted Annual Report for the financial year 2021/22 and how we're progressing toward our Long-Term Plan goals.
Council agreed on a new committee structure for the next three years, setting in place the governance oversight and reporting for Environment Canterbury’s work.
The Canterbury Mayoral Forum, which is a partnership between local and regional councils, has selected its chairperson.
After 12 years in the role, Kaikōura zone delivery lead Kevin Heays finished up with Environment Canterbury at the end of August.
We're now taking applications for new members to join one of our four Biosecurity Advisory Groups.
The first Environment Canterbury Council meeting marked the election of both the Chair and Deputy Chair.
Final election results confirm the make-up of the Environment Canterbury Council, with an even split of new and returning councillors for the new term.