The Council is required by law to consult with residents and ratepayers about certain aspects of its business. It encourages debate and viewpoints on all consultation documents as this helps the Council to make the best decisions possible based on the facts and research available at the time.
Storage of hazardous substances
Taha Asia Pacific Limited has applied for resource consent to store 11,400 tonnes of Ouvea Premix for a five-year period at 9 Matheson Road, Kennington. Ouvea Premix is classified as a Class 6 Poisonous Substance under the Invercargill City District Plan. Submissions will close on 18 March 2015; note that any submissions should also be served on the applicant as soon as reasonably practicable. Related documents:
- Taha – Land Use application
- Taha – Corrections
- Taha – Application – further details
- Taha – submission form
Rugby Park: Council invites people to have their say about proposed options for the Southland Outdoor Stadium (Rugby Park). Submissions closed on February 13, 2015.
The Southland Outdoor Stadium Trust is facing cash flow difficulties due to the impending repayment of loans to both the Community Trust of Southland and Rugby Southland, and maintenance costs for the Stadium.
Three options addressing the future of the Southland Outdoor Stadium have been presented to Council and it is seeking feedback by written submission on their preferred option.
- Rugby Park Consultation Document
- Rugby Park Submission Form (submissions close on Friday, February 13, 2014)
Extracted sections from the full consultation document:
- Rugby Park – Background to Proposal
- Rugby Park – Council analysis of the options
- Rugby Park – Consultation details (this includes information about the Community Consultation Clinic, making a submission and hearing of submissions).
Representation Review Advisory Panel: Council is looking for six local people to engage with the public and sit on an Advisory Panel for the Council’s 2015 Representation Review. The review includes how Councillors are elected and the need for Community Boards. Written expressions of interest referring to the skills listed above must be received by 5pm on Friday 13 February 2015, addressed to: The Manager – Strategy and Policy Invercargill City Council 101 Esk St Private Bag 90104 Invercargill 9840
- See this document for more details about the review, the review process and what is expected from panel members or email email@example.com
Rating Policy for Maori Freehold Land: The Invercargill City Council has developed its Rating Policy for Maori Freehold Land. Submissions closed on Friday, 16 January 2015. Related documents
Subdivision: 41 Retreat Road: Resource consent is sought for subdivisions of 10,360 sq metres, 4372 sq metres and 4344 sq metres in the Rural Sub-Area (41 Retreat Road). The proposal includes construction of a sewer main along Retreat Road which will either be vested in the Council or retained in private ownership by the applicant. Submissions closed on December 12, 2014; note that a copy of a submission must also be served on the applicant. The documents:
Regional Public Transport Plan: Submission are invited on the Regional Public Transport Plan which establishes how Council intends to achieve an affordable, integrated, safe and sustainable land transport system. Related documents are listed below; submissions closed on December 5.
Uncalled capital: consultation reopened: Invercargill City Councillors have approved reopening the consultation process and the issuing of a Clarification Document. This Clarification Document outlines changes to the original proposal document; the practicable options under consideration; the implications of each option; and clarification of issues that had caused some public confusion. Public submissions on the uncalled capital proposal closed on Friday, November 14, 2014.
NOTE: A community consultation meeting was held at Rugby Park on Wesdnesday, February 4.