Consultation & Public Notices


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Each week Council has a spot of The Central Otago News where we publish our CODC Noticeboard containing the coming week and month's meetings as well as other public notices.

Read our latest Noticeboard​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​(22 ​June 2017).


Current CODC Consultations ​

​Consultation​Closing Date​Supporting DocumentationHow to Submit
​Clyde Reserve Management Plan ​19 June 2017Information Sheet
​Submit online​

Or send your written feedback to Council - see details on Info Sheet

​​​Read any current Publicly Notified Resource Consents in our Planning section.​​​​​

Clyde Tennis Club Lease​ Consultation

The Clyde Tennis Club Incorporated has plans to resurface the courts and install LED lighting around the courts. Funding is proposed by community grants and fundraising. Proof of a long term lease is required to be provided with the funding applications. 
While the Clyde Tennis Club has occupied an area part of the Clyde Recreation Reserve for over 100 years, there is no formal lease in place. The club has requested a ground lease.
The area of that part of the Clyde Recreation Reserve occupied is approximately 1928mmore or less. See map​.
To enable a formal ground lease on Reserve Land to be issued under section 54 of the Reserve Act 1977 the Council is required to publically consult on the matter.​

Submissions can be made at​ by 29 July. If you do not have online access you can send your written feedback to Clyde Tennis Club Lease, c/- Christina Martin, Central Otago District Council, PO Box 122, Alexandra 9330. Please include if you support or do not support the lease and any comments you wish to make and include your name, address and daytime phone number. ​​


Request for Proposal - Preparation of a Feasibility Study for the Future Development of Clyde Museum buildings and collection

Council invites Request for Proposals for the preparation of a feasibility study to assess options for the future development of the buildings and collection which form the Clyde Museum.

The development and ongoing maintenance of the buildings must allow for the display of the Museum's collection together with storage provisions, and be affordable and sustainable for the Clyde community.

The buildings which make up the Clyde Museum are the: Briar Herb Museum, Clyde Railway Station and Blyth Street Museum.

Request for Proposal Submissions close at 4pm, Friday 14 July.  

For more detail refer to the Feasibility Study Scope Document below and the 10 appendices.

Please contact Christina Martin – Property and Facilities Officer, with any enquiries:
Phone 03 440 0601  /  021 914 279


Expressions of Interest – Vallance Cottage land

The Vincent Community Board invites expressions of interest for the future use of approximately 1000m2 of Recreational Reserve land surrounding the historic Vallance Cottage in Alexandra.

The Vallance Cottage working group is looking at ways to utilise the 19th century cottage in the future to make it more sustainable.  It has developed the concept of leasing the surrounding reserve land for a non-permanent commercial business that would be compatible to the cottage. For example, but not restricted to, a mobile coffee/food vendor, retail shop or artist in a portacom.

This business will receive the benefit of the visitor attraction of Vallance Cottage, which is in very close proximity to the Otago Central Rail Trail, together with space for alfresco dining and parking, a separate power connection, and access a new accessible toilet.

As the leased land is on Recreation Reserve with an underlying Rural Zone under the District Plan, any lease would be subject to a public notification process.

For more information please read the information document below or contact Christina Martin on 440 0601 or  Note the period for EOIs has been extended.

Current Alcohol Licence Applications

Below are the alcohol licence applications for which submissions are currently being accepted for. Click on the linked application number to view the application.

ApplicantTrading As​Application​Closes
​Beecom (NZ) Limited​Bald Hill Wines​OF218​5 July 2017
​P&P Limited​Goldfield's Cafe and BarON179​12 July 2017

Making an objection:

If you wish to object to any application listed above you may do so by sending a written objection to the Secretary, Central Otago District Licensing Committee, Central Otago District Council, PO Box 122, Alexandra, no later than 5.00pm on the closing date shown.

The submission must be dated, signed by you and include the following information:

  1. Your name, postal address and phone number;
  2. Details of the application in respect of which you are making the objection;
  3. Your objection, with reasons;
  4. Whether you wish to be heard in support of your objection.

An acknowledgment of your objection will be sent at the close of the objection period.

A copy of your objection will be sent to the applicant as part of the application process.

IMPORTANT: Only people who can demonstrate that he/she has an interest greater than the public generally may object to an application. Once this threshold has been met the grounds on which an objection may be made are found in section 105 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.


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