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.
The existing consents for the Hokitika oxidation ponds are expiring and the new application is open for submissions.
The West Coast Regional Council wish to invite tenders for contract R 2015/5, Drilling, blasting, stockpiling and de-rubbling quarries.
Ongoing updates on the flood event 18-19 June 2015.
The four West Coast Councils in conjunction with Tai Poutini Polytechnic are working together to submit an application to Central Government’s Rural Broadband Initiative and Mobile Black Spot Funding.
Yellow Bristle Grass has been located on the West Coast for the first time. Yellow Bristle Grass is a serious pest throughout the central North Island where it is proving very hard to control.
The West Coast Regional Council has prepared a Long Term Plan Consultation Document that describes the key issues and changes contained in the ten year plan.
This report summarises results from the West Coast Regional Council Surface Water Quality Monitoring Program, for data up until 2014. This program assesses surface water quality state and trends at selected sites primarily where human impacts/pressures occur.
The changes to the RMA affect the resource consent process and alter the timeframes in which resource consent decisions are processed.
West Coast Regional Council Documents Available for consultation.
The Draft West Coast Regional Land Transport Plan 2015 – 2021 (RLTP) is now available for public consultation. Everyone is welcome to make a submission.
The Draft West Coast Regional Public Transport Plan 2015 (RPTP) is now available for public consultation. Everyone is welcome to make a submission.
Submissions for the Draft Flood Management Protection Bylaw 2014 closed at 5pm 19 January 2015. Council is now reviewing submissions.
This report tailors information and experience on mine rehabilitation to the West Coast mines, with a focus on methods readily applicable to small and medium mine sites.
Annual Plan 2014/15 submissions have been received.
The South Island Civil Defence Emergency Conference "Building Resilience" will take place at Shantytown, Greymouth on 30 & 31 July 2014.