Search results for "Natural Resources Regional Plan"

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  1. Ōrāri Temuka Ōpihi Pareora

     

    Some of the information on this page as well as linked documents may be out of date as a result of the Essential Freshwater Package introduced in September 2020.

    Environment Canterbury is currently in the process of updating all relevant documentation. If you have any queries please contact Customer Services on 0800 324 636.

    Below you can find information and rules in relation to farming in the Ōrāri Temuka Ōpihi Pareora zone.

    To see if you need a land use consent to farm:

    Open the '…

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/farmers-hub/zone-specific-rules-and-information/orari-temuka-opihi-paeora/
  2. Upper Waitaki

     

    Some of the information on this page as well as linked documents may be out of date as a result of the Essential Freshwater Package introduced in September 2020.

    Environment Canterbury is currently in the process of updating all relevant documentation. If you have any queries please contact Customer Services on 0800 324 636.

    Below you can find information and rules in relation to farming in the Upper Waitaki zone.

    To see if you need a land use consent to farm:

    Open the 'farming land…

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/farmers-hub/zone-specific-rules-and-information/upperwaitaki/
  3. Christchurch West Melton

     

    Some of the information on this page as well as linked documents may be out of date as a result of the Essential Freshwater Package introduced in September 2020.

    Environment Canterbury is currently in the process of updating all relevant documentation. If you have any queries please contact Customer Services on 0800 324 636.

    Below you can find information and rules in relation to farming in the Christchurch West Melton zone.

    To see if you need a land use consent to farm:

    Open the 'fa…

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/farmers-hub/zone-specific-rules-and-information/christchurch-westmelton/
  4. Compliance monitoring and enforcement 5-year plan

    As part of Environment Canterbury’s compliance monitoring and enforcement (CME) programme, we created a five-year plan for 2020–2025, strengthening our risk-based approach and identifying six priority areas of focus. 

    Our six priority areas are:

      Fish screens
      Good management practices
      High priority consents
      Incident response
      Water use monitoring
      Zone priorities

    Fish screens

    What is a fish screen?
    A fish screen is a structure designed to protect fish, including trout, salmon and na…

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/your-environment/monitoring-and-compliance/cme-5-year-plan/
  5. Kaikōura

     

    Some of the information on this page as well as linked documents may be out of date as a result of the Essential Freshwater Package introduced in September 2020.

    Environment Canterbury is currently in the process of updating all relevant documentation. If you have any queries please contact Customer Services on 0800 324 636.

    On this page, you can find information and rules in relation to farming in the Kaikōura zone.

    To see if you need a land use consent to farm:

    Open the 'farming la…

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/farmers-hub/zone-specific-rules-and-information/kaikoura/
  6. Ashburton

     

    Some of the information on this page as well as linked documents may be out of date as a result of the Essential Freshwater Package introduced in September 2020.

    Environment Canterbury is currently in the process of updating all relevant documentation. If you have any queries please contact Customer Services on 0800 324 636.

    Below you can find information and rules in relation to farming in the Ashburton zone.

    To see if you need a land use consent to farm:

    Open the 'farming land use…

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/farmers-hub/zone-specific-rules-and-information/ashburton/
  7. Ecosystem health and biodiversity

    Planning provisions that protect biodiversity values are included in Canterbury's regional policy statement and plans. 

    Under the Canterbury Water Management Strategy (CWMS), goals were set to help make a difference to our environment and how natural resources are managed. 

    We report on progress on behalf of CWMS partners, who also protect biodiversity values through on-the-ground actions and funding, working with landowners and community groups. 

    Here's how things are progressing a…

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/your-environment/water/measuring-cwms-progress/ecosystem-health-and-biodiversity/
  8. Responses to information requests

    … treated as fully-allocated, at around 160 million cubic metres allocated per year. This 160 million cubic metres includes the full consented allocation to Ocean Cloud water.

    Similar provisions regarding the fully-allocated aquifer were included in the Natural Resources Regional Plan (NRRP), which was notified in 2004. Prior to the NRRP there were no groundwater allocation limits calculated for this aquifer.

    2. What was the level of the aquifer over the last 10-20 years?

    Data is not available…

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/about/your-council/request-information/responses/
  9. Hurunui Waiau Uwha

     

    Some of the information on this page as well as linked documents may be out of date as a result of the Essential Freshwater Package introduced in September 2020.

    Environment Canterbury is currently in the process of updating all relevant documentation. If you have any queries please contact Customer Services on 0800 324 636.

    Below you can find information and rules in relation to farming in Hurunui Waiau Uwha.

    To see if you need a land use consent to farm:

    Open the 'farming land use…

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/farmers-hub/zone-specific-rules-and-information/hurunui-waiau-uwha/

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