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Developments at LPC

Some current developments happening at LPC.

LPC lodging Resource Consent Application

12 April 2017 LPC has lodged a Resource Consent Application for a further expansion of the reclamation at Te Awaparahi Bay. Read more

MidlandPort – a new era in South Island container freight service efficiency – supporting Canterbury’s trade growth

14 October 2016 Lyttelton Port of Christchurch’s (LPC) new Inland Port at Rolleston, MidlandPort, is a step change in container freight efficiency for the South Island. It also future proofs the Port’s transport connections for Canterbury’s trade growth. Read more

Proposed Lyttelton channel deepening resource consent application started processing by Environment Canterbury

13 October 2016 Environment Canterbury has commenced processing Lyttelton Port of Christchurch’s (LPC) resource consent application to extend the existing shipping channel in Lyttelton Harbour/Whakaraupō. Read more

New marina to be built at Lyttelton

06 October 2016 Lyttelton Port of Christchurch (LPC) is building a new marina at the sheltered site of the inner harbour pile moorings in Lyttelton Harbour – the first stage of a wider regeneration plan to improve public access and amenities in the area. Read more

Log yard upgrade benefits customers, community and environment

06 July 2016 A project to reseal the Lyttelton Port of Christchurch (LPC) log storage area to create a fit for purpose all-weather log yard in front of Norwich Quay is now complete. Read more

Repairing Jetty 3

21 June 2016 The wharf structure behind the heavily used Inner Harbour Jetties 2 and 3 is damaged and 440m² requires full replacement. Read more

Container Terminal – Electrical Upgrade Project

13 May 2016 During the 2010/11 earthquakes, underground power cables at the Lyttelton Container Terminal were damaged. LPC is undertaking a project to improve the power supply to Lyttelton Port whilst providing capacity for future growth and flexibility for Port expansion. Read more

Lyttelton Port Recovery Plan – seeking feedback on the Dampier Bay Design Guide

27 April 2016 As part of the Lyttelton Port Recovery Plan, LPC has prepared a Design Guide to set out the look and feel of the on land development of Dampier Bay in Lyttelton – including public access. Read more
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