Speed review underway

Invercargill City Council is addressing safety on our roads as part of the Road to Zero Road Safety Strategy, which aims to help create an Aotearoa New Zealand where no one is killed or seriously injured in road crashes. Council is committed to helping achieve this goal of improving safety outcomes on roads, and is […]

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Thoughts on stormwater sought

Invercargill City Council wants the community to have a think about what they’re pouring down the drain in a new consultation. Council is engaging on a proposed Stormwater Bylaw, which covers all facets of the stormwater network. The main parts of the bylaw cover use, construction or alteration of the stormwater and drainage network, pollution […]

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Community feedback invited on next steps for city development

The Invercargill community is being invited to give feedback on the next steps for the inner city redevelopment. Work to rejuvenate and rebuild the Invercargill CBD began in 2020, after Invercargill City Council committed to the Invercargill Central development, a centre comprising retail, food and beverage, offices and car parking. Council is also upgrading the […]

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Esk St works recommence

Works to upgrade Esk St in Invercargill have recommenced as part of the project to build a more attractive city centre. Works in Esk St were suspended late last year after some samples of bone and other artefacts discovered by site heritage experts unexpectedly changed colour, triggering testing. Invercargill City Council is upgrading the inner […]

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Invercargill City Council’s annual report released

The Invercargill City Council’s Annual Report has reconfirmed its strong financial position. Council this week adopted its annual report at an extraordinary meeting of the Risk and Assurance Committee. Council Group Manager Finance and Assurance Michael Day said the report confirms Council’s commitment to maintaining financial prudence. “Together with our recent AA+ Fitch Rating, we […]

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