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Queenstown Lakes District Council is seeking tenders for the implementation of its District Economic Diversification Plan.
Queenstown Lakes District Council has issued a final call for tourism businesses in the district to apply for up to $60,000 funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment.
Queenstown Lakes District Council’s contestable Events Fund has awarded $527,000 to 20 events to be held in the region.
QLDC plans to sell parts of the Queenstown Events Centre and adjoining Frankton Golf Centre land to Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency.
Applications are open for Queenstown Lakes District Council’s annual events fund.
Visitors to Pigeon Island/Wāwāhi Waka on Lake Whakatipu who wish to stay in the hut overnight will now need to book online in advance with Queenstown Lakes District Council.
Queenstown Lakes District Council is seeking public feedback about what they most value about key priority landscapes across the district.
Queenstown Lakes residents want more measures put in place to regulate the quantity of tourists into the district.
A winter recovery rests on further easing of border restrictions.
Queenstown Lakes District Council is buying 100ha of land at Mt Iron and Little Mt Iron in Wānaka.
Queenstown Lakes, Central Otago and Auckland are funding the hunt for an answer to the question puzzling industry.
The development of the Queenstown Lakes District Council’s hospitality and tourism technology cluster is currently in a “discovery phase”, says leader of the project Kevin Sharpe.
Queenstown Lakes District Council is set to consider Thursday new commercial activities along the foreshore as part of partial review of the Queenstown Bay Foreshore Reserves Management Plan 2016.
Queenstown Lakes District Council is seeking feedback on freedom camping in the district via a survey.
Queenstown Lakes District Council will not appeal the High Court decision that ruled Wānaka Airport’s 100-year lease unlawful.
QLDC’s mayor dismisses a claim Wanaka Airport would have to shut down if CIAL’s Tarras proposal goes ahead.
The resort’s reliance on tourism left it vulnerable and exposed, says QLDC.
A “comprehensive redevelopment” is in store after Queenstown Lakes District Council granted a lease over land for Frankton Campground.
Queenstown Lakes District Council, the Department of Conservation Te Papa Atawhai and Kāi Tahu will create a new safe viewing area along the Glenorchy-Queenstown road overlooking Lake Wakatipu.
Queenstown Lakes District Council has begin work removing rockfall hazards near the Skyline gondola cableway above central Queenstown.
Queenstown Lakes District Council and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency will enter into an alliance to deliver a number of infrastructure projects in Wakatipu to improve the town centre experience for locals and visitors.
Queenstown Lakes District Council’s community-driven ideas platform, Torokiki, is now live and open for ideas on how the district can recover from Covid-19.
It marks the beginning of the transformation of the 10-hectare Lakeview site into an extension of the Queenstown CBD.
Queenstown Lakes District Council calling for local feedback on proposed options to improve crossing the Kimiākau Shotover River, complementing the Edith Cavell Bridge.
Tourism New Zealand board’s deputy chair, Roger Sharpe, has been named a member of Queenstown’s Regenerative Recovery Advisory Group.
“Visitor accommodation has been particularly affected by Covid-19.”
A new fund established by the Wakatipu Community Foundation in response to the Covid-19 crisis to support the district’s most vulnerable residents will help address central government funding gaps, says Queenstown mayor Jim Boult.
Queenstown Lakes District Mayor Jim Boult has backed calls to help migrants access the government’s jobseeker benefit during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Around 75 tourism and hospitality businesses are in line for a QLDC rent reprieve.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council is reminding track and trail users to stick to Covid-19 lockdown rules, especially social distancing.
Queenstown Lakes District mayor Jim Boult is establishing two recovery taskforces to help the district prepare for post-Covid-19 lockdown.
A lockdown track etiquette reminder has been issued by Queenstown Lakes District Council.
Queenstown Lakes District Council mayor Jim Boult is urging people to consider others, including stranded tourists, as the region prepares for the four-week lockdown.
Queenstown Lakes District mayor Jim Boult is calling for calm following the first confirmed case of Covid-19 in the district.
Queenstown Lakes District Council has launched online feedback on the future of airports in the region.
Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) has released the scope of the report it commissioned from MartinJenkins on economic and social impact assessments of future airport development in the district.
Wakatipu and Wānaka lake levels have continued to recede, allowing Queenstown Lakes District Council to continue clean-up efforts across the district and particularly in the Wānaka CBD.
Queenstown Lakes District Council is considering an entirely new process to influence Queenstown Airport Corporation’s Statement of Intent outcomes over the district’s airports.
Queenstown Lakes District Council’s harbour master Marty Black is advising boats to stay off lakes and rivers as lake levels remain high, with strong winds adding further risk to the region.
A community group that has applied for a judicial review against Queenstown Lakes District Council’s airport plans has urged the local authority to stop its work on the project.
Queenstown Lakes District Council has appointed consultants MartinJenkins to undertake economic and social impact assessments related to controversial airport expansion plans in the district.
A band of conifer trees either side of the Skyline gondola in Queenstown will be cleared, Queenstown Lakes District Council and Skyline Queenstown confirmed.
Queenstown Lakes District Council is proposing freedom camping be prohibited in new areas across the district in the wake of strong residential growth.
Queenstown Lakes District Council has launched its draft Beyond 2050 vision for the region, which includes the lofty goal of being the world’s premier destination.
Two new camping hubs, increased signage and personnel and education programmes and advertising are among the initiatives that Queenstown Lakes District Council plans to bring forward.
Queenstown and Wanaka business, tourism and council leaders have agreed to adopt a unified approach to regional issues during a “ground-breaking” meeting this week.
QLDC has been asked to authorise restrictions as the first steps towards addressing irresponsible behaviour by a minority of freedom campers.
One of the world’s ‘Big Three’ credit ratings agencies has for the first time assessed Queenstown’s financial prospects.
Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis will launch The Great Southern Tourism Opportunity event in Queenstown tonight alongside the resort’s mayor, Jim Boult.
Queenstown Lakes District Council unanimously voted to proceed with public notification of revised rules for Residential Visitor Accommodation, at its extraordinary meeting on Wednesday.