The West Coast Region (Te Kaunihera Whakakotahi o Te Tai Poutini)
The Regional Council has embarked on a process of making much of the information we collect public.
Search for Council and Committee meeting Minutes and Agendas.
Individually rated properties within each scheme pay for capital to maintain assets.
A list of our online services.
Information on environmental management.
The West Coast Regional Council publishes long term and annual plans.
A list of other plans published by the West Coast Regional Council.
Media release on the feedback received from the Franz Josef report 2017
A new ‘Can I swim here?’ online tool launched today means West Coast residents and visitors can enjoy our rivers, lakes, and beaches with confidence this summer.
Consent has been granted, subject to conditions, for the Te Kuha Mining Project on the West Coast.
The Council is seeking feedback to understand which of the options you prefer.
The draft findings of a study detailing options for the future of Franz Josef were discussed at a community meeting in the township last night.
At yesterday afternoon’s joint Greymouth Floodwall Committee meeting the committee endorsed the proposals to proceed with the following work to reduce flooding in the lower Cobden area.
The West Coast Regional Council picked up the award for Best Practice contribution to Local Economic Development at the LGNZ EXCELLENCE Awards as a result of the unprecedented success of the Untamed Natural Wilderness brand.
Working together to grow more business, attract investment, create new jobs and increase the incomes of all West Coasters
Today’s funding announcement for economic development on the West Coast is being described as a life-giver to opportunities in the region.
The task of the Regional Council's Annual Plan 2017-2018 is to roll out year three of the 2015-2025 Long Term Plan, which was consulted upon and finalised by the Regional Council in 2015.
Feedback received from the Westport community on potential flood protection options is now available. With just over 200 responses received there is a vast amount of information for Council to consider from here.
The West Coast has seen off the weather event which caused some surface flooding and slips throughout the region over the last 48 hours.
West Coasters are being urged to keep a watchful eye on the weather following warnings and watches issued by Metservice.
Council is seeking feedback from the community on the options identified to provide flood protection for Westport.
As part of the Regional Growth Programme, the Tai Poutini West Coast Growth Study was released in September 2016.