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Current consultations - Request for feedback/suggestions on review of Victoria Domain Reserve Management Plan
Entries are now open for the 2018-2019 Cawthron Marlborough Environment Awards.
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The Proposed Marlborough Environment Plan sets out what people can do on their land and how it may be developed.
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Marlborough District Council invites tenders for the above contract.
There was an omission in the summary of decisions requested notified for the following submission point: Submitter: Kelvin Holdaway, Submission number: 852.14
(U180613) - Terrance James Roughan at 65 State Highway 63, Hawkesbury. Submissions close 13 September 2018.
Submission period closes Friday 31 August 2018
The Marlborough District Council and Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust are working together to prepare a new reserve management plan for the Victoria Domain reserves in Picton.
Bike Walk Marlborough and the Marlborough District Council want your feedback on the draft Walking and Cycling Strategy (2018-28) that is now out for consultation.
Marlborough’s first grant from the Provincial Growth Fund has been won through good working partnerships developed within the aquaculture sector and fostered by Council.
The minister toured the resource recovery centre on Friday last week and got a close-up view of how Marlborough deals with its waste.
Social opportunities for the over-65s
Every three years we revalue all properties in Marlborough. Revaluation doesn’t increase the amount that the Council collects from rates; it helps us work out everyone’s share of rates.