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We regularly carry out surveys and consultation to gauge public opinion on a range of matters. Some, like the annual Residents and Ratepayers Survey, are commissioned from independent survey companies who carry them out on our behalf, while we run others informally ourselves as a way of gathering community views.

When we’re conducting an on-line survey or consultation, you’ll find the link on this page. You’ll also find the results of previous surveys and consultations here.

Current Submissions or Feedback  

  • Annual Plan 2017/18
    As part of the Annual Plan 2017-18 we are proposing a programme of work to respond to the challenges of unprecedented and sustained growth across our district.

  • Proposed Amendments to QLDC Policy on Development Contributions
    As well as the annual update of contribution levels as a result of the incorporation of the latest actual expenditure and the revised capital programme proposed by the Annual Plan 2017/18, there are a number of additional proposed amendments to the Policy on Development Contributions

  • Fees and Charges Review 2017
    We have identified that a small number of changes are required to help with the consistent and smooth administration of regulatory functions. For example some types of applications were not captured by the schedule and need to be added in. 

  • Coronet Forest management Plan 2017
    This management plan has been developed after public consultation around the early harvest of Coronet Forest saw 85% of respondents in favour of the early harvest option, as a way to reduce the spread of wilding pines in our district

  • Queenstown Bay Playground
    The current playground at Queenstown Bay is over 22 years old and overdue a revamp.The proposed upgraded playground will be significantly bigger and include a range of equipment and natural opportunities for imaginative play, suitable for all ages and abilities, including limited mobility.

  • Gorge Road Special Housing Area
    The Business Mixed Use Zone (Gorge Road) Special Housing Area (SHA) is due to expire on the 23 June 2017.  As a result of pre-application discussions with a number of landowners/developers, the Council believes there is merit in re-establishing and extending the SHA to try and encourage landowners/developers to build houses or apartment buildings (including those aimed at worker accommodation). 

  • Residential Water Use Survey


Recent Submissions and Survey Results



QLDC Ratepayers & Residents Surveys

Otago Region Resident Survey