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We are actively involved in a range of local community organisations and associations, and we welcome questions, comments, and concerns from our neighbours and the wider community.
We know that keeping our noise levels at a minimum is important to the community that we are part of. That’s why we proactively work to minimise the noise we make.
To manage the effects of port noise and any associated reverse sensitivity issues the Christchurch City Council District Plan requires LPC to develop:
There are a limited number of properties in Lyttelton eligible to apply for LPC funded acoustic treatment. The work often involves glazing, sound insulation and sometimes sound barriers aimed at reducing the internal noise levels of the properties closest to the industrial activities of the Port.
The Port Liaison Committee has been in operation for over ten 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)
Ken Maynard – Lyttelton Community Association
Thomas Kulpe – Diamond Harbor Community Association (DHCA)
Omar Seychell – Lyttelton Resident
Kim Kelleher – Head of Environment and Sustainability
Linda Pringle – Lyttelton Resident
Phil de Joux – GM, Engagement and Sustainability
Gillian Jenkins – Environment Canterbury Zone Delivery Lead
Tyrone Fields – Banks Peninsula Community Board
Tony Simpson – Senior Manager, Bulk Cargo
Paul Monk – GM, Bulk Cargo and Marine Services
Tony Dowson – CCC Senior Environmental Health Officer
The community representatives are from various parts of Lyttelton and the Harbour communities and this enables them to provide feedback from the perspective of their local area.
For community questions and concerns, please contact the LPC Communications Team: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 328 7828.
For environmental questions and Port Liaison Committee enquiries, please contact the LPC Environmental Team: email@example.com or call 03 328 7828.
LPC corporate office
37-39 Gladstone Quay
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