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Christchurch City Council is seeking feedback on the Ihutai-Estuary and Coastal draft stormwater management plan to improve the way it manages stormwater in the area.
Christchurch’s tree canopy extends over nearly 6000 hectares of land, according to new tree cover mapping commissioned by Christchurch City Council.
Eleven new water quality monitoring sites are giving Christchurch City Council a better understanding of the state of the district’s rivers and streams.
The redevelopment of Bromley’s Organics Processing Plant has been put on hold after the Christchurch City Council today voted to investigate building a new facility at another location.
A new project alongside the Ōpāwaho/Heathcote River - immediately downstream of the Tunnel Road Bridge - aims to restore the site’s saltmarsh and coastal bush habitat.
A biodiversity fund established by Christchurch City Council has helped private land owners to protect more than 384 hectares of ecologically significant vegetation across the district.
‘Cobble clusters’ added to the Ōpāwaho Heathcote River are breathing life into the river by creating new habitats for native fish.
Formal submissions on a proposed change to better protect native trees and plants will open on 19 May.