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Public Notice Of Decision On Provisions And Matters Raised In Submission – Proposed Buller District Plan Change 145

9th July, 2019
Clause 10(4)(b), First Schedule, Resource Management Act 1991 Buller District Council gives notice that on 9 July 2019 decisions were made on submissions to proposed Buller District Plan Change 145, pursuant to Clause 10 of the First Schedule, Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA). The decision is to amend and approve Plan Change 145 in response […] Read more »

Media Release- Council makes notification of abandoned land

28th June, 2019
Buller District Council has made a public notice of its intent to have land declared abandoned and then sell the land. The public notice contains properties located around Charleston. As most of the last known owners on the titles date back to pre-1900, Council deems the land to be abandoned due to these owners being […] Read more »

WESTPORT & CARTERS BEACH WATER SUPPLY LOW PRESSURE

26th June, 2019
Consumers on the Westport and Carters Beach water supply are advised that the supply will be on low pressure on Thursday 27 June 2019 from 9:30pm until approximately 1:30am. The reason for the low pressure is to allow for urgent repairs to the trunk main. Normal pressure will be resumed as soon as possible. Some […] Read more »

Media Release- Ngāti Waewae and Buller District Council to Explore Partnership Opportunity for Council Building

20th June, 2019
Ngāti Waewae and Buller District Council are exploring a partnership opportunity for the development of a civic building in Westport. This week they have taken the first formal step, entering into a Principles Agreement to guide their interactions and decisions to take place in good faith. This Agreement will enable Ngāti Waewae and Council to […] Read more »

Media Release-Fixing cyclone damage at Westport Airport

14th June, 2019
The Provincial Growth Fund will invest $2.074 million to repair erosion damage to the seawall at Westport Airport to ensure the airport is maintained as a crucial connection, Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones announced today. Erosion damage as a result of Cyclone Fehi in 2018 has meant that 300 metres of the approximately 700 […] Read more »
 

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