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Dunedin City Council – Kaunihera-a-rohe o Otepoti

Rates information

Rubbish and recycling

LIMS / PIMS

Building services

Eco design

Resource consents

Biodiversity

Keeping dogs

Noise control

Stormwater

Waste minimisation

Wastewater

Water supply

Keeping other animals

Rates information

Find out about the rates information, how to search, information we hold, how you can apply to withhold your name and rates rebate process.

Rubbish and recycling

Information about recycling, rubbish collection, landfill hours and charges and more.The kerbside collection includes a wider range of recycled materials which fits the DCC Sustainable practice initiative as less waste is going to landfills and recyclable materials remain as a resource.

LIMS / PIMS

A Land Information Memorandum (LIM) contains information drawn from Council records relating to a specific property.

Building services

The Dunedin City Council is an accredited Building Consent Authority (BCA). A BCA is responsible for performing certain building control functions under the Building Act, such as processing and issuing building consents, inspecting and certifying that completed building work is compliant and issuing notices to fix and compliance schedules.

Eco design

This page contains information on eco design practical advice and Warm Dunedin home insulation scheme.

Resource consents

If your project could impact on the environment, or could affect other people, you may require resource consent.

Biodiversity

This page contains information on biodiversity, its strategy and funding as well as projects and activities.

Keeping dogs

This page provides information on Keeping dogs.

Noise control

We respond to noise complaints and take action when it is excessive or unreasonable. The situations where we can take action are laid out in the Resource Management Act 1991.

Stormwater

Stormwater is rain or snow runoff that does not soak into the soil. When an area is developed, stormwater generally increases due to runoff from impermeable surfaces (e.g. roofs, roads, carparks, or compacted soil).

Waste minimisation

We adopted the Waste Management and Minimisation Plan (WMMP) in 2013.

Wastewater

Dunedin's seven wastewater treatment plants service communities ranging in size from 100 to 83,000.

Water supply

We manage Dunedin’s water supply system, from source to tap. We collect, supply, treat and distribute water to residents and businesses in Dunedin and outlying areas.

Keeping other animals

If your neighbours are disturbed, they may lodge noise or nuisance complaints with us. If we find that complaints are justified, we may require the removal of some or all of the animals from your property and any remedial works necessary to abate the nuisance.

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