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.
Amendments to the Elizabeth Park Management Plan
The Invercargill City Council (Council) has been asked to amend its Elizabeth Park Management Plan to allow Southland BMX to relocate to another area of Elizabeth Park and develop a new track, while removing the old track to ground level.
In addition to the BMX proposal Parks and Recreation has also made proposed changes to the Management Plan which are shown in red.
To have your say on this proposal you need to provide feedback to the Council by 4pm, Friday 28 February, 2020.
You can provide your feedback through completing a submission form or writing to:
Parks and Recreation Manager
Invercargill City Council
Private Bag 90104
Or by emailing: email@example.com
2020 Elizabeth Park Proposal
2020 Elizabeth Park Draft Management Plan
Southland BMX Club (Elizabeth Park) Development Proposal
Southland BMX Club (Elizabeth Park) Concept Plans
Elizabeth Park Management Plan Submission Form
Environment Southland Protecting Toheroa
Environment Southland is seeking feedback on some important options to protect the toheroa (a native shellfish) on Oreti Beach.
The four options provide a different level of vehicle restriction on the beach, and each would provide a ‘safe zone’ for people and young toheroa, free from vehicles. To find out more and to submit your feedback on which option you more prefer go to www.haveyoursay.es.govt.nz/protecting-toheroa.
Parks and Recreation Issues and Opportunities
The Parks and Recreation Issues and Opportunities paper was developed following targeted consultation with key stakeholders.
Those stakeholders are now invited to provide further feedback.
The Issues and Opportunities paper will help to inform the overall development of the Parks and Recreation Strategy.
Wider public consultation will be opened at that time.
Please provide your feedback on the Issues and Opportunities paper by Monday, 3 February, 2020.
Phone: (03) 2199070
JJ Limited Resource Consent Application for land use
Publicly Notified Resource Consent Application: At 27 Lorne Dacre Road and 2137 Winton Lorneville Highway, INVERCARGILL
J J Limited has applied to the Invercargill City Council for resource consent to establish and operate a farm vehicle sales and service business within Rural Zone at 27 Lorne Dacre Road, and 2137 Winton Lorneville Highway, INVERCARGILL.
Submissions closed 20 September 2019
JJ Limited Land Use Consent Application
JJ Limited Application – AEE
JJ Limited Plans
Local Alcohol Policy
The Invercargill City Council together with the Southland District Council reviewed the Combined Local Alcohol Policy.
This Policy provides guidance for operators of venues that sell Alcohol in accordance with the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.
Submissions closed August 2019
The Invercargill City Council reviewed two Gambling Policies, the Class 4 Gambling Venues Policy and the Board (TAB) Venues Gambling Policy.
These Policies provide guidelines and regulations for private providers of gaming machines, and ensures a safe environment for public participation, in relation to the Gambling Act 2003.
Consultation closed 26 July 2019
City Block Consultation
The Council is consulted on its proposal to invest up to $30 million in the City Block Development.
Consultation closed Friday 28 June 2019
2019/20 Fees and Charges
The Council is carrying out consultation on its Fees and Charges for 2019/20 and invites submissions.
This is your opportunity to make comments and let us know what you think by lodging a submission.
Submissions on the 2019/20 Schedule of Fees and Charges closed on Friday 24 May 2019.
Demolition of former Club Hotel, Bluff
Decision of Commissioner
Read Council’s Section 42A Report
The Council’s Section 42 A Report under the Resource Management Act regarding the Bluff Oyster and Food Festival Charitable Trust application to demolish the former Club Hotel is available below:
The Bluff Oyster and Food Festival Charitable Trust has applied to the Council for resource consent to demolish the former Club Hotel at 110-116 Gore Street, Bluff.
Assessement of Environmental Effects
ICC Hazard Map
ICC Hazard Map Legend
Letter from the New Zealand Transport Agency
Heritage Impact Assessment Club Hotel ( New Zealand Heritage Properties)
Letter of Commentary – Inspection Review (GM Designs Ltd, Invercargill)
Engineering Report for 100-116 Gore Street, Bluff (Coles Consulting Ltd, Invercargill)
Updated illustrated plans of Gore Street frontage (McCulloch Architects)
Minutes of Bluff Community Board meeting – 20 November 2017