Closed Consultations

About the Poyntzs Road Water Supply Scheme

Residents of the Poyntzs Road, West Eyreton and Summerhill water supply schemes are being asked for feedback on three funding options to upgrade to the water supply, so that it meets the Drinking-water Standards for New Zealand.

Let's Talk About Owen Stalker Park

Owen Stalker Park is due for an upgrade. Following recent community feedback, a concept plan has been created for the playground and surrounding landscape area. We now want your feedback on the proposed design.

About the Draft Annual Plan 2020 - 2021

The consultation period for the Draft Annual Plan 2020-2021 was extended in response to COVID-19. Consultation closed on 14 April. The Hearing will be live streamed on Wednesday 6 May.

Let's Talk About Good Street

We want to make a portion of Good Street in Rangiora much friendlier for shoppers. To do this, we need to change its legal status from a road to a laneway or pedestrian area for the section of Good Street located between High Street and the service lane.

Let's Talk About Car Parking in Mandeville

We would like to hear what you think about the proposed options for more car parking at Mandeville.

Let's Talk About the Kairaki Beach Carpark

We're proposing to make improvements to the carpark at Kairaki Beach at the end of Featherstone Avenue, to better utilise parking space, enhance the area for recreational users and to compliment the new playground and toilet block. We want to hear what you think.

Let's Talk About Tirikatene Reserve

We want to know where you think toilets should be built in Tirikatene Reserve.

Let's Talk About Owen Stalker Park - Round 1

Owen Stalker Park is due for an upgrade, and the Council are about to put together a concept plan. We want to hear your thoughts.

Let's Talk Natural Hazards

We’d like your feedback on how we manage natural hazard risks in Waimakariri District

Let's Talk Natural Hazards (Stage One)

We’re updating Waimakariri District Natural Hazards information as part of the District Plan Review and would like your feedback.

Let's Talk About Property Maintenance and Nuisance

We want to know what you think about the proposed Property Maintenance and Nuisance Bylaw.

Let's Talk About Parking

We are currently reviewing the Parking Bylaw and would like to know what you think.

Let's Talk About Signage

We are reviewing the Signage Bylaw and would like your feedback.

Let's Talk About Speed Limits

We are reviewing speed limits on roads that connect to State Highway 1 near Woodend and other surrounding roads and would like to know what you think.

Let's Talk About a Cycle Connection to Christchurch

We’re creating a safe route between Waimakariri and Belfast to make it easier for people on bikes to commute and connect to and from Christchurch. We would like your feedback on the proposed route.

Let's Talk Road Sealing

Options for affected residents to consider for road sealing a section of North Eyre Road and Browns Road

Lets Talk About The Dog Control Bylaw and Policy Review

A draft Dog Control Bylaw 2019 has been developed and we want to hear what you think about some proposed changes.

Lets Talk About Hurunui Reserve

We have a proposed reserve development concept plan for Hurunui Reserve and we want your feedback.

Cone Street Improvements

The Council is proposing to build a new footpath along Cone Street in Rangiora. This is to provide a safe option for pedestrians accessing the new development on the corner of High and Ivory Streets, and to address pedestrian safety through Cone Street.

Ohoka Road Cycle Lanes

Tell us what you think about a proposal to install cycle lanes on Ohoka Road, between Robert Coup Road and Williams Street.

District Plan Review

Help shape the content of the reviewed District Plan

About Vehicle Crossings

Waimakariri District Council is reviewing the Vehicle Crossing Bylaw

About Waikuku Beach Entrance Sign

The Woodend Sefton Community Board are currently looking at options for an entrance sign to the Waikuku Beach Community and would like your feedback.

About Draft Annual Plan 2019 - 2020

This consultation has closed. Five District decisions – and we want to know your thoughts. Waimakariri District Council are consulting on their Draft Annual Plan 2019 – 2020, which is out for consultation from 11 March to 11 April.

About Reserve Enhancement

The Council has prepared a concept plan to enhance Sparks Land Reserve and we want to know what you think.

About Rural Residential Development

The Council has developed a draft Rural Residential Development Strategy (RRDS) and invites you to have your say. You feedback will help shape

About Kairaki Beach Reserve

The Council has prepared a concept plan to upgrade Kairaki Beach Reserve and we want to know what you think.

Residential 4 Zones and San Dona Olive Grove Area

The Council is undertaking a survey of people living in the District’s Residential 4 Zones and San Dona Olive Grove area. While currently reviewing the Waimakariri District Plan, the Council is interested in better understanding how people living in these locations view the area they live in, which will help us for the future of rural and rural residential areas. Only owners/residents who received a letter or email inviting them to participate should fill in this survey.

About an Age-Friendly Community

Council is working alongside the Age-friendly Waimakariri Community Steering Group to develop a plan for an age-friendly community. We would like to hear your views.

Rangiora Woodend Road Speed Limits

There have been changes in the area around Rangiora Woodend Road over the last few years that suggest it’s time to look at the speed limits and talk to the community about what they think.

Our Space 2018-2048 Greater Christchurch Settlement Pattern Update

The Council is part of the Greater Christchurch Partnership. The Partnership has released a draft Our Space 2018-2048 Greater Christchurch Settlement Pattern Update for public consultation.

Community Facilities and Libraries

The Council is investigating options to provide a new community space in Pegasus, and future library space in either Ravenswood or Pegasus. To help determine the best options for the provision of these facilities, we want to hear from you.

Flaxton Road

We are planning to reconstruct Flaxton Road, between Lineside Road and Kingsford Smith Drive. We want to hear from local business, property owners and the community so that we can consider feedback and identify potential issues before carrying out the new road design.

Oxford Footpaths

The Council is proposing to construct a new footpath in Burnt Hill Road (between Main Street and Harewood Road) and in Harewood Road (between Burnt Hill Road and Main Street). We want to know what you think.

Draft Reserves Master Plan - Regeneration

The Council has prepared a draft Reserves Master Plan for the Kaiapoi Regeneration Areas, and we are keen to hear your feedback.

Earthquake-prone Buildings Legislation

We want to find out what you think about earthquake-prone priority buildings. The system for identifying and managing earthquake-prone buildings changed on 1 July 2017. The new system prioritises identification and remediation of earthquake-prone buildings that either pose a high risk to life safety, or are critical to recovery in an emergency.

Draft Kaiapoi Town Centre Plan

The Kaiapoi Town Centre Plan is a vision and framework for the development, growth and success of the Kaiapoi Town Centre for the next 10 years and beyond.

Business Zones 1 and 2 Public Spaces Policy

The Waimakariri District Council’s Business Zones 1 & 2 Public Spaces Policy broadly guides how public spaces in business zones are best utilised. Businesses and members of the public are encouraged to use these public spaces in a fair and responsible way that does not impair or obstruct safe and efficient pedestrian movement.

Alcohol in our District

The Waimakariri District Council is reviewing its Local Alcohol Policy (LAP) and Liquor Ban Bylaw and wants to hear what you think about the proposed changes.

Let's Talk Rubbish

We’ve reviewed our Waste Management Minimisation Plan, and have looked at the ways our district could manage rubbish in the future. We want to get serious about reducing the amount of waste being sent to landfill. We would like to know if you think we should provide more choices like rubbish bins and organics/greenwaste bins.

Natural Hazards Management - archived

Information relating to flood risk, location of fault lines, areas that are susceptible to liquefaction, and coastal erosion have been factored into draft proposed Plan Change 27 – Natural Hazards Management. Draft proposed Plan Change 27 reviews parts of the Waimakariri District Plan so that the impact of natural hazards on people, property and the environment can be assessed and managed.