The Council’s Environmental Health team is dedicated to ensuring that the residents and visitors to Invercargill area can enjoy a safe and healthy lifestyle. The service is promoted through education, consultation, monitoring and planning in response to present and future needs of the community.
The team works to improve the health and quality of life through initiatives and regulatory services, and aims to ensure the Council’s statutory responsibilities are met in these areas:
- Alcohol Licensing
- Camping Grounds
- Food Safety
- Healthy Homes
- Funeral Directors
- Overgrown sections
Beauty therapy treatments can affect people’s health if operators lack good hygiene processes and methods for different procedures. If basic hygiene processes and procedures are not followed, customers could be subjected to staphylococcus, fungi, viruses and even possibly Hepatitis. The Council is working with other agencies to find the best ways to educate and regulate these businesses and operators. We will keep you informed on progress.
Environmental Health Bylaw
Fees and charges
The following link includes fees and charges for hawkers, mobile shops and stalls, registered premises, noise control, alcohol licensing, hazardous substances work, pest control products and housing inspections.
(see fees and charges above)
Registering a food business
The Registering a food business page has links to these forms:
Single-site food businesses (EH 115)
Multi-site food businesses a(EH 116) and
Scope of Operations Form
Mobile shops, hawkers, stands and stalls
Trade Waste Registration / change of ownership