Current consultations

On this page you can find a list of projects which are currently being consulted on, or are taking place over a longer period of time with multiple consultations at different times.

2018

  • Selwyn District Plan Review: initial public consultation on key draft changes to the current District Plan closed in October. Proposed District Plan is expected to be notified for formal public consultation in early 2020.
  • Proposed Earthquake Prone Priority Buildings and Strategic Routes: The Council is consulting on proposed strategic routes and high pedestrian and vehicle traffic areas within the district boundaries. These routes and areas will help Council to identify and prioritise the repair of earthquake-prone buildings which currently exist in the district.

  • West Melton's future skatepark: The Council is consulting on design ideas for a new skatepark as well as where it should be located in West Melton.
  • Council's Proposed Speed Limit Changes 2018: The Council proposes to introduce 40 km/hr School Zone speed limits, changes to all 70 km/hr speed limits and some 100 and 80 km/hr speed limits.

  • Te Ara Ātea – our new Library and Community Centre: the next stage in the Rolleston Town Centre development, Rolleston’s new library and community centre will be known as Te Ara Ātea – after the name was formally gifted to the Council by Te Taumutu Rūnanga.
  • Draft Speed Limits Bylaw 2018: The Draft Bylaw is an update to the existing 2006 Speed Limit Bylaw, and references the latest national Land Transport Setting of Speed Limits Rule which regulates how speed limits are set and managed.
  • Draft Parking Strategy: The draft strategy sets out a number of parking management options for the different parts of the Selwyn district, particularly in larger town centres such as Rolleston and Lincoln. It provides for both private and public parking, and links with the Council’s other transport strategies.
  • Design concepts have been unveiled for new Rolleston Library and Community Centre: Construction of the library and community centre is set to begin in April next year and it is planned to be completed in 2020.
  • Selwyn District Council Parks and Reserves Bylaw 2009 Review: The Council is proposing changes to its current bylaw. The proposed changes take into account the evolving behaviors and use of parks and reserves since it was last reviewed in 2009. We’ve made minor changes to the layout and formatting of the bylaw, and addressed new issues that have arisen since the last review.

On this page you can find a list of projects which are currently being consulted on, or are taking place over a longer period of time with multiple consultations at different times.

2018

  • Selwyn District Plan Review: initial public consultation on key draft changes to the current District Plan closed in October. Proposed District Plan is expected to be notified for formal public consultation in early 2020.
  • Proposed Earthquake Prone Priority Buildings and Strategic Routes: The Council is consulting on proposed strategic routes and high pedestrian and vehicle traffic areas within the district boundaries. These routes and areas will help Council to identify and prioritise the repair of earthquake-prone buildings which currently exist in the district.

  • West Melton's future skatepark: The Council is consulting on design ideas for a new skatepark as well as where it should be located in West Melton.
  • Council's Proposed Speed Limit Changes 2018: The Council proposes to introduce 40 km/hr School Zone speed limits, changes to all 70 km/hr speed limits and some 100 and 80 km/hr speed limits.

  • Te Ara Ātea – our new Library and Community Centre: the next stage in the Rolleston Town Centre development, Rolleston’s new library and community centre will be known as Te Ara Ātea – after the name was formally gifted to the Council by Te Taumutu Rūnanga.
  • Draft Speed Limits Bylaw 2018: The Draft Bylaw is an update to the existing 2006 Speed Limit Bylaw, and references the latest national Land Transport Setting of Speed Limits Rule which regulates how speed limits are set and managed.
  • Draft Parking Strategy: The draft strategy sets out a number of parking management options for the different parts of the Selwyn district, particularly in larger town centres such as Rolleston and Lincoln. It provides for both private and public parking, and links with the Council’s other transport strategies.
  • Design concepts have been unveiled for new Rolleston Library and Community Centre: Construction of the library and community centre is set to begin in April next year and it is planned to be completed in 2020.
  • Selwyn District Council Parks and Reserves Bylaw 2009 Review: The Council is proposing changes to its current bylaw. The proposed changes take into account the evolving behaviors and use of parks and reserves since it was last reviewed in 2009. We’ve made minor changes to the layout and formatting of the bylaw, and addressed new issues that have arisen since the last review.