End of Hearing - April 2010
Tracked Changes - Yellow version
End of Hearing Supporting Technical Reports
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Response to Questions Raised
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Material Presented at the Hearing
Please find listed below Horizons Regional Councils officers’ reports and documents, including the supplementary reports, that have been prepared for the upcoming water hearing.
Horizons Regional Council Supplementary Officers’ Reports - November 2009
- Ms Julie Clare Barton & Miss Natasha Cacilia James - Supplementary Planning and Recommendations Report relating to Water Quality, FARM Strategy, Water Allocation, Groundwater, and Beds of Rivers & Lakes.
- Chapter 6 - Water
- Chapter 13 - Discharges to Land and Water
- Chapter 15 - Takes, Uses and Diversions of Water, and Bores
- Chapter 16 - Structures and Activities involving the Beds of Rivers, Lakes and Artificial Watercourses, and Damming
- Schedule Ba - Water Management Zones and Associated Values – Surface Water and Groundwater
- Schedule B - Surface Water Quantity
- Schedule C - Groundwater Quantity
- Schedule D - Surface Water Quality Standards
- Schedule H - Coastal Marine Area, (CMA) Activity Management Areas, and Water Management Zone and Sub-Zones
View the Supplementary Evidence of:
Section 42A reports - September 2009
Overall water framework
Tracked Changes (showing changes proposed)
Surface Water Allocation
- Ms Raelene Ellen Hurndell - The water allocation framework, setting minimum flows and allocation limits
- Dr John William Hayes - Environmental flow assessment methods and use in forming policy
- Mr Gordon William Stewart - Water demand management and efficient use
- Mr Joseph Hay - Instream habitat modelling to inform minimum flows
- Mr Brent David Watson - The provision of information in relation to hydrological flow statistics and application of analytical methods for the purpose of calculating river flows in catchments that do not have long-term continuous flow records
Beds of Rivers and Lakes