Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour is a treasured place, home to people and communities, natural habitats and taonga species.

LPC is committed to protecting our harbour during the Port’s recovery. Environmental monitoring is an essential part of this. LPC created, and will maintain, Harbourwatch as a place to bring all our monitoring into one place so that harbour residents can easily access the information we gather.

Blog Updates

Final concrete pour on Cruise Berth wharf deck complete

11 June 2020
Lyttelton Port is one step closer to welcoming the world’s largest cruise ships to Canterbury with the final wharf deck concrete pour completed on New Zealand’s first purpose-built cruise berth. Since late 2018, over 2500m3 of concrete has been placed to form the main wharf deck, ensuring the structure is ready to open in November. From Designers BECA, to HEB Construction, Genesis Projects and LPC engineers, many teams have ensured... Read more

Cruise Berth Piles Reach Halfway Point

23 April 2020
Progress on LPC’s Cruise Berth has reached another milestone, with over half of the main wharf piles now successfully driven. LPC’s Engineering Project Manager Paul Kelly says 34 out of a total of 64 main wharf piles have now been driven to full depth at approximately 65m below ground level. When complete, a total of 3.8 kilometres of main wharf piles will have been used in the project. Paul says... Read more

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