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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​(23 March 2017).


Current CODC Consultations 

​Consultation​Closing Date​Supporting DocumentationHow to Submit
Annu​al Plan 2017/18        24 April 2017Consultation Document
Financial Information
Performance Measures
Rating Examples
Online rates calculator​​
Submit Online​
or download Submission Form

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


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
​Cover Investments 2008 Ltd​Moorings Restaurant, Heritage Lake ResortOF233​12 April 2017
​Cover Investments 2008 LtdMoorings Restaurant, Heritage Lake Resort​ON175​12 April 2017
​Zan Limited​Pitstop Cafe​ON141​5 April 2017
​​Tabla Indian Fusion Restaurant and Takeaways​Tabla Indian Fusion Restaurant and Takeaways ON174​5 April 2017
Riverside Cafe & Lodge Limited​Criterion Club Hotel and Riverside CafeOF027​29 March 2017
​Riverside Cafe & Lodge Limited​Criterion Club Hotel and Riverside Cafe​ON013​29 March 2017
​Misha's Vineyard Wines Ltd​Misha's Vineyard Tasting RoomON17329 ​March 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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