Current consultation

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​​​Ashburton District Council engages with the community on a range of Council matters and projects through consultation and feedback.

Including community views as part of decision-making processes is an important way of ensuring residents can participate in decisions that impact on the current and future wellbeing of the community.

Current council projects and matters you can provide comment and feedback on are displayed below.​​

Draft Advertising Signage in Public Places Bylaw

The Advertising Signage in Public Places Bylaw covers temporary signage such as real estate signs and signs advertising commercial premises. The bylaw aims to ensure signage does not cause an offence, pose any risk to health and safety or present a hazard. For more information, view the consultation booklet which contains the draft bylaw. Consultation closes on 31 July 2017. Hearings for those wanting to present their submissions in person will be held on 31 August 2017.

View the draft Advertising Signage in Public Places Consultation Booklet

Download an online submission form

Draft Significance and Engagement Policy

The Significance and Engagement Policy aims to provide the community with greater clarity and certainty on Council's consideration of significant issues. The policy also sets out when community engagement is likely to occur. Generally, the more significant an issue is the more extensive the engagement method will be. Consultation closes on 31 July 2017. Hearings for those wanting to present their submissions in person will be held on 31 August 2017.

View the draft Significance and Engagement Consultation Booklet

Download an online submission form

Current alcohol licence applications

Learn more about current alcohol licence applications

Notified planning applications

Learn more about notified planning applications ​

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