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We're considering changes to the way moorings are managed. Consultation closed 12 July and feedback will be collated and reported to the Council in the near future.

Submissions closed on 5 July 2019. Submissions will be considered and reported back to a future council meeting.

Survey now closed - thanks for your interest.

We're collecting your thoughts and feedback on speed limits before we do a more formal review later in the year. Survey closes Friday 14 June.

Survey closed on 14 June. Winners will be announced soon.

Submissions closed 15 May.

We are asking for your views on three different scenarios for how we grow over the next 30 years. Feedback closed.

Each year we review fees and charges and seek public feedback. Consultation is open until Friday 3 May.

A new holistic approach to managing stormwater in Richmond aims to improve flood resilience as well as protect our waterways and the environment. Consultation closed May 1.

We’re intending to grant leases to various community groups around the District, to help provide a range of sporting and cultural activities.

This competition has now closed.

Thanks for your feedback, the survey has closed. Our next step is to prepare a report for council. There will be more consultation in August.

Feedback closes at midnight, Wednesday 6 March 2019.

Let us know your views on the Summer Events Guide and go in the draw to WIN a $100 voucher for Mitre10.

We want to make sure Tasman District is a safe place to live, visit, and work in. To do that, we need to make sure buildings won’t pose a danger to people going about their daily lives.

The proposal to amend the Freedom Camping Bylaw was adopted and is in effect from 24 December 2018.

The Nelson City and Tasman District councils are working together to minimise and manage waste in our region.

This guide with the introduction of the draft land development manual will provide guidance for the construction and building community on good practice for erosion and sediment control.

The new manual will replace the current Nelson City Council Land Development Manual (2010) and the Tasman District Council Engineering Standards (2013).

You can browse public submissions received on various consultations.