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Annual report 2012-2013

monitoring for consents and rules in regional plans; and maintains an overview of performance of resource users against regional plans and consents. Compliance monitoring, covering both activity and impact monitoring, also enables the Council to continuously assess its own performance in resource management as well as that of resource users particularly consent holders. It further enables the Council to continually re-evaluate its approach and that of consent holders to resource management, and,

Annual report 2014-2015

compliance in site operations and management including the timely provision of information to Council (such as contingency plans and water take data) in accordance with consent conditions. Events that were beyond the control of the consent holder and unforeseeable (that is a defence under the provisions of the RMA can be established) may be excluded with regard to the performance rating applied. For example loss of data due to a flood destroying deployed field equipment. The categories used by

Annual report 2012-2013

by the Council [dairy farm water takes in excess of the permitted 1.5 litres per second (L/s) or 50 cubic metres per day entitlement per property according to the Regional Fresh Water Plan for Taranaki, Rule 15], but as the water abstraction is not used for irrigation purposes they are not commented on in the main body of this report, but are commented on in Appendix II. The 2012-2013 monitoring programme for irrigation water permits comprised three primary components; liaison with

Enviroschools Taranaki Facilitator job description

roles/responsibilities for supporting the Enviroschools Programme. Maintain good communication with the Envirogroup and lead teacher(s).  Facilitate the process to create a whole school/ centre vision map.  Support the school’s Envirogroup to steer the planning and implementation of environmental projects for learning and action.  Assist the school to integrate EE and sustainability into their policies, care codes and strategies.  Encourage and support the school/ centre to identify and

Regional Transport minutes November 2018

presentation to the Committee from the Taranaki Road Safety Action Planning Group on road safety activities in Taranaki. Recommended That the Taranaki Regional Council: 1. notes and receives with thanks the update on road safety activities in the region provided by the Taranaki Road Safety Action Planning Group. McDonald/Nixon page Regional Transport Committee Meeting Wednesday 28 November 2018 5. Release of the National Land Transport

Minutes

2017 Resolved THAT the Taranaki Regional Council 1. receives the minutes and the confidential minutes of the Consents and Regulatory Committee meeting of the Taranaki Regional Council held in the Taranaki Regional Council chambers, 47 Cloten Road, Stratford, on Tuesday 25 July 2017 at 9.30am 2. adopts the recommendations therein. Cloke/Raine Matters arising There were no matters arising. 3. Policy and Planning Committee Minutes – 25 July 2017

Maintaining channels and floodplains

Remember to contact the Regional Council if intending to undertake any channel maintenance that entails machinery disturbing the banks or the bed of a stream or river. The Regional Freshwater Plan requires a resource consent for any work that involves excavation or diversion. To protect trout habitat, the Regional Freshwater Plan also excludes instream works from 1 May to 31 October, unless the Taranaki Fish and Game Council approves their specific location. If not maintained, a

Stratford water supplies consent monitoring 2020-2021

effects on the receiving environment from the activities during the monitoring year. Administrative performance is concerned with SDC’s approach to demonstrating consent compliance in site operations and management including the timely provision of information to Council (such as contingency plans and water take data) in accordance with consent conditions. Events that were beyond the control of the consent holder and unforeseeable (that is a defence under the provisions of the RMA can be

Analysis of air quality-related incidents and complaints

page Memorandum To Jo Bielski, Senior Policy Analyst From Gary Bedford, Director - Environment Quality Document 2672452 Date 15 January 2021 Analysis of air quality-related incidents and complaints Purpose The purpose of this memorandum is to present an analysis of causes, types, and degrees of compliance associated with air quality-related incidents in Taranaki since 2011 (the year in which the current Regional Air Quality Plan for Taranaki [RAQP]

Annual report 2014-2015

emergencies into the Patea River. The original consent expired on 1 June 2005 and was renewed as a coastal permit in conjunction with consent 0067. The special conditions described within the permit relate to the prescription of what constitutes an emergency (i.e. under what circumstances the consent may be exercised), notification, alarm requirements, duration of exercise, review, monitoring, contingency planning and inspection and record keeping by the applicant and an upgrade of the outfall. A