The Council consults with residents and ratepayers, ensuring they can participate in the decision-making process. 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.
Practice note engagement
Council is asking for feedback on its proposed Practice Note for the 2016 Code of Practice for land Development and Subdivision Infrastructure Bylaw.
To learn more visit icc.govt.nz/practicenoteengagement
📅 Submissions close on Friday 10 December at 5pm.
Thank you to all those who submitted on recent consultations. Below are details of where you can find the results of those consultations.
Transfer of reserve land
The Invercargill City Council has received an application to complete a land transfer of 406m2 of reserve land in the form of a boundary adjustment in conjunction with section 15AA(2) of the Reserves Act 1977. Submissions closed on Monday 1 November at 5pm.
To learn more visit icc.govt.nz/transfer-of-reserve-land
Procurement policy engagement
This proposed policy covers activities associated with the purchase of goods and services by or on behalf of Council. The proposed policy includes social procurement principles for Council to support community outcomes. Consultation closed on Friday 22 October at 5pm.
To learn more visit icc.govt.nz/procurementengagement
Consultation on the ICC Representation Review has now closed.
For more information visit icc.govt.nz/repreview
Te Puawai Plan Change
Consultation on the Te Puawai Plan Change has now closed. For more information click here.
Long-term plan 2021 – 2031
Consultation on the Long-term Plan has now closed. For more information click here.
Parking Bylaw and Roading and Traffic Bylaw
Consultation has closed on these two bylaws which will come into force on 1 July.
Extra Money for City Block?
Rates postponement and remission policy
Council has adopted a new combined Rates postponement and remission policy which includes a rates postponement scheme for people experiencing financial hardship as a result of epidemic, pandemic or natural disaster.
You can find the new policy here:
2020 06 09 – Rates Postponement and Remission Policy
Fees and Charges 2020 – 2021
Council has adopted the Fees and Charges Schedule for 2020 – 2021
You can find the new schedule here: Fees and Charges 2020 – 2021
You can also find the 2020 – 2021 Annual Plan here: Annual Plan 2020 – 2021