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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.
Queenstown Lakes District Council has continued to crack down on residential ratepayers renting out their homes by voting for stricter short-term visitor accommodation rules.
Queenstown Lakes District Council will consider proposed new rules on Residential Visitor Accommodation at an extraordinary meeting today.
Queenstown Lakes District Council resolved to appoint two new directors for Queenstown Airport Corporation in November to replace retiring directors John Gilks and James Hadley.
A new contestable fund to support economic development in the District will be considered by the Queenstown Lakes District Council at its meeting this Thursday.
QLDC wishes to remind anyone visiting lakes or rivers in the district to take extra care around the water after a 26-year old backpacker was rescued after nearly drowning.