Canterbury - Discharge to Water Active - Consented ActivitiesRequest Access
Canterbury - Discharge to Water Active - Consented Activities - Records showing a summary of current consented activities related to the discharge of contaminants to water as recorded within Environment Canterbury's Resource Management Act Database. This layer contains discharge to water features that are represented as points for activities such as the discharge of contaminated water or storm water to water, etc. Note: Prior to 2013 all activities were recorded as point features. Subsequent to this activities may have been captured as line or area features. This layer should be used in conjunction with the Consented Activities - Discharge to Water Areas and Consented Activities - Discharge to Water Global layers to get a full representation of all consented activity features. Depending on the nature and conditions of the consent, more than location point may be associated with a single consent. The feature type property indicates the nature of the recorded activity. The layer includes details on: The type of permit (land use consent, discharge permit, etc.), the section of the RMA under which the activity was permitted, the current status of the permit (active, in process, etc.), the name of the applicant, a description of the location where the activity related to the permit is undertaken, and if the permit was successfully issued, the period over which the permitted activities apply. Activity specific details related to contaminant type, volumes and application rates are also included if relevant to the type of discharge. The layer also contains several summary fields related to spatially defined regions the location lies with including: which territorial local authority(s); the Land and Water Regional Plan groundwater & surface water allocation zones and nutrient management zone; the Canterbury Water Management Strategy (CWMS) zone; the Ngai Tahu Runanga area of interest for Resource Consenting purposes; and the clean air zone.
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