A resource consent from HBRC means you have access to a shared natural resource such as water, air, land, or coast.
This page explains Councils requirement for resource consents, how to get involved in a consenting process and what holding resource consent means.
This page details any applications which council currently has out for public consultation
This page details a guide for all consent holders and consent applicants, it details all the important information and little known facts consent holders will want to be aware of.
This page steps through information for people looking to apply for consent, it explains the process consents go through and the important information for applicants .
This page details all the charges that apply to consent holders and consent applicants
This page has copies of common application forms for people to use when applying/surrendering or changing a consent.
This page details the information needed for people considering constructing a dam
This page explains Councils zone based water science charges to consent holders, what they are, how they are calculated, and what to expect annually.
If you have concerns about a proposed activity and a resource consent is being sought and notified, a submission is the most effective way for you to influence the Council’s decision on the application.
In the Zone is an opportunity to keep consent holders informed on what’s happening with consents, compliance, water information and science research within the Hawke’s Bay Regional Council