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  • 22 May 2014

    Ordinary meeting of the Queenstown Lakes District Council to be held in Armstrong Room, Lake Wanaka Centre, Wanaka beginning at 1.00 pm.FilesAgenda summary (23.54 KB)Confirmation of...

  • Wanaka Sports Fields and Aquatic Centre consultation

    Consultation on the Wanaka indoor and outdoor sports facilities and aquatic centre is scheduled to take place in February, Queenstown Lakes District Council Deputy Mayor and...

  • Heart of the District Award winners!

    The Queenstown Lakes District Council is delighted to congratulate the winners named at the eighth Queenstown Lakes District Heart of the District Awards, held at Wanaka. “We...

  • Queenstown Water

    “At approximately 9.30am we were alerted to the failure of a pump at the two-mile pump station,’ QLDC 3 waters manager Gerry Essenberg said. A single pump...

  • Gearing Up for New Year's Eve

    Planning is already well underway for New Year's Eve celebrations for Wanaka and Queenstown, Queenstown Lakes District Council arts and special events facilitator Jan Maxwell said. "In...

  • 23 June 2017

    Ordinary meeting of the Queenstown Lakes District Council to be held in the Council Chambers, 10 Gorge Road, Queenstown beginning at 8am.   The agenda items are as...

  • Recycling Change Upper Clutha

    A change to the way recycling is collected in the Upper Clutha (Makarora, Wanaka, Lake Hawea, Luggate and Cardrona) will be signalled with the delivery of...

  • Hunter River Access

    Access to the Hunter River, a tributary of Lake Hawea, is set to be resolved at a meeting of the Queenstown Lakes District Council next week,...

  • True cost of Queenstown water emerging

    A significant push to improve the Queenstown Lakes District Council’s knowledge of the aging Queenstown water network had come at a price,” QLDC infrastructure services general...

  • Boundaries and Heritage for feedback

    29 July 2008 - 3.11 pm A discussion document on a proposed Urban Growth Boundaries Plan Change will be available for feedback from tomorrow, Queenstown Lakes District...

  • Developer To Make Affordable Housing Contribution

    The Queenstown Lakes District Council has entered into an agreement with Willowridge Developments Limited to provide future affordable and community housing in Wanaka. The council had been...

  • Wanaka community participates in facility plan

    Over the last month the Wanaka community has been credited with widely engaging with the Queenstown Lakes District Council as it moves to prepare a concept...

  • Green and Food Waste Facilities

    The Council is committed to diverting organic waste from the Victoria Flats Landfill. Find out about your options for disposing of green waste in the Queenstown...

  • Meetings

    View this month's meetings and the meeting schedule for 2018.Please note that meeting dates, times and venues are subject to change. February Meetings:Wanaka Community BoardArmstrong Room, Lake...

  • Plan Change 51 - Peninsula Bay North

    To rezone approximately 6 ha of Open Space zoned land at the north end of Peninsula Bay (legally described as Lot 920 DP 486039) for specific...

  • Feedback sought on proposed soccer ground

    Comment is being sought from the community about a proposal to develop the Kelly’s Flat Reserve in Wanaka into junior soccer grounds, QLDC parks manager Gordon...

  • Convention Centre Supported

    The feasibility of constructing an international quality Convention Centre in the Queenstown Lake District is set to move to the next phase, QLDC Mayor Vanessa van...

  • Upper Clutha Tracks Trust - First Major Project Underway

    Three months into its formation the Upper Clutha Tracks Trust has already commenced work on its first major project, the Hawea River Track. "It's great to have...

  • Cemeteries

    The Council manages 10 out of the 11 cemeteries in the Queenstown Lakes District.Search the Cemetery Database Burial RecordsThe Council holds information and burial records for the...

  • Why Does the Council regulate Visitor Accommodation?

    There are a number of reasons why the Council regulates Visitor Accommodation. It is required to by the Local Government Act, the Resource Management Act and...


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