Living near the Port
LPC is actively involved in a range of local community organisations and associations. Our relationship with the community and our social licence to operate are very important to us.
PORT LIAISON COMMITTEE
The Port Liaison Committee has been in operational for over seven years and was originally focused on overseeing the Acoustic Treatment Programme and the Port Noise Management Plan. The Committee now plays an increasingly important role, providing feedback to LPC on a variety of broader issues relating to Port and community interactions. The Port Liaison Committee meets on average four times a year.
Membership of the Port Liaison Committee (PLC)
Lyttelton Port Company
Paul Monk, Operations Manager
Kim Kelleher, Environmental Manger
George Philips, Marine and Security Manager
Tony Simpson, Port Services Manager
Lyttelton Community Representatives
Ken Maynard, Chairman, Lyttelton Residents Association
Canterbury Regional Council
Christchurch City Council
Neil Mythen, South Island Manager, C3 Stevedores
The community representatives are from various parts of Lyttelton and this enables them to provide feedback from the perspective of their local area.
- For community concerns or questions, please email the LPC Communications Team
- For environmental and PLC enquiries please contact the LPC Environmental Manager