Marlborough Forest Industry Association



    Marlborough District Council

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    The Marlborough District Council is responsible for administering a wide range of regulatory functions, powers and duties conferred by Acts of Parliament.

    The Council's Regulatory Department alone administers more than 40 different statutes and regulations. These statutes include the Resource Management Act (RMA), the Building Act, the Sale of Liquor Act and the Health Act. Having approved consents for such activities, the Council monitors them to ensure on-going compliance.

    • The Council's role also includes the investigation of complaints.
    • The Council is required to develop plans that set out policies and rules for the sustainable management of Marlborough's natural and physical resources.
    • Council carries out both District and Regional functions and is one of the few Unitary Authorities that have this dual role. This simplifies communication for forestry and the MFIA.

    In addition to the following services of a District Council, ie:

    Water Supply
    Roading
    Pools, Parks
    Reserves & Amenities
    Animal Control
    Liquor Licensing
    Sewerage Services

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    Libraries
    Refuse Disposal
    Recycling
    Civil Defence
    Housing for the Elderly
    Environmental Health

    Marlborough District Council is also responsible for:

    Resource Management matters
    Water permits (taking and diverting)
    Discharges to the environment

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    Plant and animal pest control
    Harbour functions

    Contacts: Marlborough District Council
    Seymour Street
    PO Box 443
    Blenheim 7240

    Phone: 03-578-5249
    Fax: 03-578-6866
    Email: [email protected]
    Web: www.marlborough.govt.nz

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