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The Christchurch City Council (CCC) will soon be publicly notifying LPC’s land use consents to enable the establishment and operation of port activities on reclaimed land at Te Awaparahi Bay.
LPC has obtained consents to reclaim the land from Environment Canterbury. This application is for the phased establishment and operation of a container terminal and other port activities on this reclaimed land at the eastern end of Lyttelton Port.
LPC has applied for two land use consents. The first land use consent will enable the construction and operation of the container terminal and other port activities on Reclamation A. The second land use consent will enable the construction and operation of the container terminal and other port activities on Reclamation B (see site map below).
The public will be given the opportunity to make submissions on these consents and details will be set out in the notification from CCC.
Public consultation ‘drop in’ sessions will be held by LPC in Diamond Harbour, Governors Bay and Lyttelton. Keep an eye on Harbourwatch in the coming weeks for the schedule.
Above: Location of the proposed port activities on Reclamation A and Reclamation B.
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