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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 Not​ic​eboard​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​(13 December 2018).​​

Current CODC Consultations ​& Community Engagement

​Consultation​Closing Date​Supporting Documentation |
Further Information
Summary of Decisions Requested in Submissions on Proposed Plan Change 13 to the Central Otago District Plan ​Submission period CLOSED on Monday 29 November 2018​​104 f​urther submissions were received on Plan Change 13 by close of business on 29 October 2018.​
OneDrive file of Further Submissions​


Timeline for PC13 process
Notes to go with timeline

Public Notice​ (PDF, 25.8KB)
Summary of Submissions October 2018 (PDF, 2.1MB)

​Options to fund the grant for the Maniototo Community Healthcare Facility Project​Submission period CLOSED Monday 12 November 2018,
12 noon.
​Statement of Proposal ​​(PDF, 535KB)
Submission Form​ (PDF, 48KB)


​Cromwell Masterplan Options​Feedback period CLOSED Monday 19 November 2018,
12 noon
​See the Cromwell Masterplan project section​
​Clyde Museum Future Options​Feedback period CLOSED Friday 23 November​​See the Clyde Museums project page​

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

Final Representation Arrangements for 2019 Elections​

On 30 August 2018 Central Otago District Council gave public notice of its final proposal for
representation arrangements to apply for the Council and its community boards for the elections to
be held on 12 October 2019. Notification of the right to appeal or object was also given. No appeals
or objections were received in respect of the resolution, therefore the representation arrangements
for the Central Otago District Council’s 2019 local elections will be the same as in the final proposal: See the public notice below for the full details of the final arrangements.

Final Representation Arrangements public notice (PDF, 128KB)

Tuapeka County Bursary Fund

Applications are now being accepted for the Tuapeka County Bursary.

This bursary fund is available to students who reside in the former Tuapeka County and Roxburgh, Tapanui and Lawrence Borough areas to assist with attendance at tertiary education institutes.

A minimum bursary of $1,000 is available on an annual basis and will be paid to the successful applicant(s) by 1 April 2019.

Details of the bursary fund are available at www.cluthadc.govt.nz​ (Community/Funding), from the Corporate Services Administrator on (03) 419 0261 or Council Service Centres at Lawrence and Tapanui. Written applications in the prescribed format close on 31 January 2019 and should be forwarded to:-
Tuapeka County Bursary
Clutha District Council PO Box 25​
Balclutha 9240

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.

​Applicant​Trading As​Application​Closes
​NS & EN Hinton Limited​Hinton Estate VineyardON127 and OF158​29 January 2019
​Mata-Au Holdings Ltd​Mata-Au Estate, 441 Maori Point Road, Tarras​OF253 23 January 2019
​Hungry Belly Limited​Hungry Belly Fusion Cafe & Cuisine, 24 Tarbert Street, Alexandra​ON203​23 January 2019
​One Times Two Limited​​Industry Lane Eatery, 59 Russell Street, Alexandra​ON204​23 January 2019
​Queensbury Gardens Limited​Lazy Dog Restaurant & Cellar Door, 2 Gladsmuir Road, QueensberryON124 &
OF156
​20 December 2018
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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.​​

Expressions of Interest - Vallance Cottage reserve land

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

The Vallance Cottage working group has developed a 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.

Find out more in the Vallance Cottage EOI document​. 


 


Page reviewed: 11 Dec 2018 5:01pm