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Since 1 July 2017, Ashburton District Council has been required to implement the Buildings (Earthquake-prone Buildings) Amendment Act 2016.
Ashburton District Council has committed up to $130,000 to the demolition, preservation and partial restoration of buildings at the former Chinese settlement on Allens Rd.
Get the latest on the precautionary boil water notice.
A precautionary boil water notice is now in place for the Methven, Mt Somers and Methven/Springfield and Montalto water supplies.
Ashburton District Council wishes to advise that the Ashburton Resource Recovery Park is also closed due to the weather conditions the district is currently experiencing.
Ashburton District Council wishes to advise that the Rakaia Resource Recovery Park is closed due to the weather conditions the district is currently experiencing.
Heavy rainfall in Canterbury is causing disruption to transport and localised flooding. See the latest updates here.
Ashburton District Council wishes to advise that a precautionary boil water notice is now in place for the Montalto water supply.
Heavy rainfall is forecast for the Canterbury region and Council is advising the community to prepare for disruption to transport and localised flooding.
Ashburton District Council is introducing a new wheelie bin collection service on 1 September 2017, and bins will be delivered to properties from 1 August.
Ashburton District Council is reminding drivers that there is ice on the roads and extra caution needs to be taken.
Snow warnings are in place for the Mid-Canterbury area, with heavy snow possible from late Tuesday afternoon through to Thursday.
It’s not often local governments would argue against their own relevance in today’s society, but that’s exactly what Ashburton District Councillors will be doing on the 26 July when they take on the Ashburton Youth Council in a charity debate.
Ashburton District Council has adopted the 2017/18 Annual Plan, with rate rises remaining under the increases previously projected to fund its work programme.
Ashburton District Council is encouraging the community to provide feedback on the draft Advertising Signage in Public Places Bylaw and draft Significance and Engagement Policy, which are open for community consultation from today.