The following documents are available:
Potentially earthquake-prone buildings
Invercargill has been categorised as a medium seismic risk area. This means that Council must identify potentially earthquake-prone buildings within 10 years and building owners must strengthen or demolish buildings within 25 years. Priority buildings pose a high risk to life safety, or are critical to recovery in an emergency and we have half the time to do this work. Council must identify potentially earthquake-prone priority buildings within five years and building owners must strengthen or demolish these buildings in 12.5 years. The maps below identify the priority areas within the Invercargill City Council’s area. If you have enquiries, contact Council Development Liaison Manager Simon Tonkin – (03) 211 1777).
Pre-election Report 2019 The Pre-election Report provides both voters and candidates with information about the key issues facing the Invercargill City Council. Its purpose is to promote public discussion about these issues in the lead up to the 2019 local body election.
2019 Invercargill City Centre Heritage Strategy The Heritage Strategy will help guide future City Centre heritage decisions and initiatives. It was drafted in consultation with Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga, local heritage trusts and interest groups, and heritage property owners.
Spatial Plan 2012 – The Big Picture The “Big Picture” outlines Council’s vision for the development of the Invercargill District for the next 30 years. It has and will continue to guide decisions made by Council in its District Plan, Long Term Plan and other decision-making processes.
Identifying Invercargill’s Points of Difference
This report – the Blumsky report – contains two appendices focusing on what people like – and dislike – about the city.
Inner City Report – Pocock
Master Plan Report August 2013 (the Pocock report)
Invercargill City Centre Retail Strategy
Invercargill City Centre Retail Strategy 2017 (First Retail )
Iwi Management Plan 2008
This natural resource and environmental iwi management plan has been developed by Ngai Tahu ki Murihiku. The document is hosted on the web by Environment Southland.