We’re refreshing our website and want your ideas and thoughts. There are four $50 ILT vouchers up for grabs.
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Find out about the proposed air quality rules for home heating, outdoor burning and fertiliser and agrichemical use.
Read more about the Proposed Air Quality Rules >>
The review process has now reached the hearing stage, during which submitters wanting to speak to their submission will be heard by a Council Hearings Panel.
Read more about the Regional Policy Statement Review >>
Find out what is and isn't covered by the proposed plan change and how this might affect your development.
Read more about the Hill Country Development >>
Water and Land 2020 & Beyond is a partnership project between Environment Southland and Murihiku Ngāi Tahu rūnanga, to achieve community goals in relation to water within the Southland region.
Read more about the Water and Land 2020 & Beyond >>
Thursday, 18 December 2014 11:08 a.m.
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Thursday, 13 November 2014 11:19 a.m.
We are currently not consulting on any plan changes, please check back at a later date.
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Environment Southland has a range of monitoring sites across Southland.
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Environment Southland has soil moisture maps to help you decide if soil conditions are suitable for effluent disposal.
To view the soil moisture maps, click here.
Environment Southland is working to help manage the cumulative effects of intensive agricultural land use on the region's water quality.
For more information click here.