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HortNZ's submission to the Tasman District Council on the governance and funding arrangements for the Waimea Dam. A similar submission was also made to the Nelson City Council. For queries please contact Rachel McClung.
Access and facilities for people with disabilities to a building providing kitchen and ablution facilities at an orchard in Kawarau Gorge Road, Central Otago
This document is intended as a general guide to assist the design and construction of seasonal workersaccommodation in the context of horticultural activities.
HortNZ submission on Nelson City Council’s Draft Regional Land Transport Plan. Fruit and vegetables grown in Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough feed all New Zealanders and a resilient and efficient transport network is a vital component of achieving this.
HortNZ's submission on Environment Canterbury's Draft Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) Zone Implementation Programme Addendum (ZIPA). Please contact Rachel McClung with any queries.
The key issues in this submission were around the need to better provide for the future development of the horticulture industry when considering future growth.
HortNZ's submission to the Marlborough Regional Land Transport Plan. We also lodged a similar submission to the Nelson Regional Land Transport Plan earlier in the year.
HortNZ submission on Bay of Plenty Regional Council's Proposed Plan Change 13 - Air Quality