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PIMs, Resource consent and Producer Statements

This page contains information on how to obtain information about your land, and legislation to keep in mind if you are thinking about carrying out building work.

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Plans, Reports, Bylaws & Policies

Information about and links to Annual Plans and Reports, Long Term Plans, the District Plan and key policies and bylaws.

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Processing your consent

Council has 20 working days to process a building consent. They will then notify the owner as to whether the consent has been accepted or declined.If Council makes a request for more information, the processing time frame is paused (the statutory time clock is stopped) until all of the information...

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Rates Database

Simply type in the address of the property or the VG (Valuation) number e.g. 21080/18300 in the search bar below. If the address is a valid address on our database a list of properties will appear for you to choose from.

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Responsible Camping

Kaikōura welcomes those who camp responsibly. We ask all campers to treat our environment with respect and to leave it as beautiful as you find it (or better).

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Types and guidance for building inspections

Your building consent will include a Schedule of Specified Inspections which state the range of inspections undertaken during the course of construction. Inspections are project specific and identified/agreed during the processing of your building consent.

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Vacancies

Kaikōura District Council covers a diverse district where great things happen. Unlike larger councils we don't have a huge team, so when you work for us you won't be placed in a specialist niche were every day is more or less the same.

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Water Services

Kaikōura District Council operates eight public water schemes supplying water/kātao to over 3,000 properties.

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Whale Trail Funding Announced - Picton to Kaikōura Cycleway

On Friday 24 July in Blenheim, Regional Economic Development under-secretary Fletcher Tabuteau announced that $18 Million had been allocated from the Provincial Growth Fund for the construction of the Whale Trail.

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What requires consent?

A building consent is a document that is approved by Council, who acts on behalf of the Building Consent Authority. By obtaining a consent, it means that the work carried out (as detailed in the consent) is legal and compliant with New Zealand’s Building Code.

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