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CENTRAL CANTERBURY NEWS, JULY 24, 2013
SELWYN DISTRICT COUNCIL
PO Box 90, Rolleston 7643
Council Chambers & Offices
Norman Kirk Drive, Rolleston
Ph 347 2800 or 318 8338
Rolleston Library & Service Centre
Rolleston Drive, Rolleston
Ph 347 2880 or 318 8338
Darfield Library & Service Centre
1 South Terrace, Darfield
Ph 318 8338 or 347 2800
Leeston Library & Service Centre
High Street, Leeston
Ph 347 2820 or 318 8338
Lincoln Library & Service Centre
Gerald Street, Lincoln
Ph 347 2875 or 318 8338
for the week 23 July to 29 July
Resource Consents @Selwyn
Because of their possible environmental
effects, many activities need a resource
consent from the Council.
You have the right to inspect the full consent
application received by council at any Council
Service Centre during normal office hours or
view it on the council website www.selwyn.
govt.nz and make a submission supporting
or opposing the proposal.
Any person may make a submission but a
person, who is a trade competitor of the
applicant, may do so only if that person is
directly affected by an effect of the activity to
which the application relates that
(a) adversely affects the environment and
(b) does not relate to trade competition or
the effects of trade competition.
135275 -- Selwyn District Council:
To demolish the earthquake damaged
Lakeside Soldiers Memorial Hall on Lot 2 DP
9800 at 154 Harts Road, Lakeside.
The applicant's address for service is: C/-
Planz Consultants Limited, PO Box 1845,
Christchurch 8140. Attention: Tim Joll.
How to make a submission
If you wish to support or oppose a consent
application you must get a written or electronic
submission on Form 13 or to the like effect
into any Council Service Centre by the closing
date, 5pm Thursday 22 August 2013, and
promptly send a copy to the applicant's service
Your submission should be addressed to Liz
Davidson, Planning Department S.D.C. PO
Box 90 Rolleston 7643 or submissions@
(This notice is issued under Section 95A of the Resource
Management Act 1991).
Go online to get
If you're looking to join a sports club, get some
exercise, or find a new hobby, it's now a lot easier
to find out what your options are in Selwyn. A new
online directory is now available for residents
listing sport and recreation activities in their area.
The directory includes over 180 listings and
covers a wide variety of activities including:
team sports like netball, cricket, rugby,
softball and football
archery and shooting
It also covers martial arts, yoga, walking groups,
gymnastics and many other different options.
Local sports facilities and a number of classes
are also included in the directory.
The directory can be searched by entering the
name of a township in Selwyn or by entering the
type of activity people want information on. The
directory lists contact information for the club,
activity or facility, a description of what is offered
and a website listing, if this is available.
The Council's Community Recreation Advisor,
Ginny Bowden, who coordinated the development
of the directory, says that it will help people living
in Selwyn to be active.
Groups wanting to list their activity in the
directory can email email@example.com.
nz. To use the free directory visit www.Selwyn.
Skiing and Golf guides
New brochures are available now on the ski fields
and golf courses in the Selwyn District. The ski
guide has information on the six ski fields in
Selwyn: Broken River, Cheeseman, Craigieburn,
Mt Olympus, Porters and Temple Basin, including
facilities, and website and contact information.
The golf guide has information on the eight local
golf courses, prices and gear hire.
You can pick up a copy of these guides from the
Council's Rolleston Headquarters, from Leeston,
Darfield and Rolleston library and service
centres, Lincoln Event Centre and the Springfield
Information Buro. You can also download a copy
online at Selwyn.govt.nz/visit.
Draft Local Alcohol Policy
Tuesday 30 July -- from 9am
Submissions on the Draft Local Alcohol Policy
are being heard on Tuesday, 30 July. This
meeting is open to the public.
Electronic copies of the submissions
are available on request -- contact Mel
Renganathan on 03 347 2712.
roll round again
The Lincoln Envirotown Trust (LET)
initiated the Responsible Business Awards
in 2007 to encourage
and support local
businesses to become
sustainable and also
to encourage residents
to shop locally. All
businesses that earn a silver award or above
receive free advertising on the LET website.
This year businesses and organisations in
Lincoln, Tai Tapu, Rolleston, Prebbleton
and Ellesmere (encompassing Leeston,
Southbridge, Doyleston and Dunsandel) are
taking part, but don't feel excluded. If you
have a business in Selwyn and you want to
be involved, just let us know!
A business can include at home businesses,
schools, branches of national corporations,
workshops, retailers, organisations and
If you're interested in being part of the 2013
Responsible Business Awards go to www.
lincolnenvirotown.org.nz or contact Sarah
on 021 08254 606 or email sarahp@snap.
Lincoln Farmers and
Craft Market Natives
in the Garden
Saturday 3 August
off Gerald Street, Lincoln
A fun family event. Come and hear
from the experts about how and why
to plant New Zealand's unique native
plants in your garden.
A question and answer session will
be held with Colin Meurk, Lincoln
Biodiversity Researcher at 11am.
Fun gum-boot throwing competition
and live music. Plus lots of local
produce, plants and quality crafts.
Details on www.facebook.com/
Ellesmere Land Drainage
Monday 5 August
Springston Hall, 7pm
The Ellesmere Rating District (north Selwyn
River; south Selwyn Road; east of East
Maddision Road; west Corbetts Road, Bethels,
Selwyn, Goulds, Leighs, Marshalls, Ashley
Dene, East Maddison to Curries Roads and
Raven Drive residents).
Environment Canterbury's reporting on the
water quality of the drains. Information about
a revised rating scheme for the Ellesmere Land
Drainage Rating District.
Ivan Robertson, Chair.
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