Community invited to provide feedback on Coastal Hazard Report

The date to put in your calendar to attend meeting- New Brighton Working Men's Club in Marine Parade from 7.30 to 8.30pm on Thursday, March 31, 2016. see below for more dates> GHD has been appointed by Christchurch City Council to manage an independent review of the Coastal Hazard Assessment Report (Tonkin & Taylor 2015), and we are seeking the community's input. The Report was released to the public by the Council in July 2015. It identified areas in Christchurch and Banks Peninsula vulnerable to coastal erosion and inundation (flooding by the sea over a 50 and 100 year timeframe), taking into account the potential impact of sea level rise. The Report has already been independently peer r

Chapter 5 - the Natural Hazards Hearing

Here is the time table for Chapter 5. Of interest to us will be the draft of rules around permitted activity on 21 March and Modelling and Evidence May 2. We believe new evidence means we will have a chance to submit rebuttal evidence and re-cross. Final statements will now not be required until sometime after May 2. Keep a look out for the Supplimentary Evidence and Minutes with directions around that on March 21. DOWNLOAD: Minute responding to CCC Memorandum 7March2016 re HFHMA modelling for the Waimakariri stop banks and subsequent timetabling 8 March 2016 Memorandum of Councel - CCC response to Minute March 3 2016

The legal framework relevant to coastal hazards

This paper was prepared by Joan Allin, a submitter to the Kapiti Coast Proposed District Plan (pRDP) and former Environment Court judge. Joan has been involved in the Kapiti case to remove Coastal Hazards off the LIM in the Kapiti area. The paper has been reviewed and approved by Simpson Grierson for the Council as being an accurate and helpful guidance note and statement of the legal framework relevant to coastal hazards. Because the work of the Panel, and the Coastal Systems Limited (CSL) report, occurs within a legal framework, it is relevant for scientists to understand the legal framework and their role within that framework. This brief paper explains: I The law that applies: - the Res

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