Mackenzie District – our objective is to help facilitate and support smart sustainable economic and business development in the Mackenzie District, contributing to the well-being and prosperity of the community through individual business, regional and national growth. Economic Development & Business Support Services agreement with Mackenzie District Council Details here
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Government, both local and national often proposes legislative changes which will have a dramatic effect on how we operate as a business sector. It is our job to represent the views of our business community in formal submissions, whenever it is called for and is appropriate.
Plan Change 7 submission 13th September 2019
Within the context of a regional plan change such as that being promulgated by Environment Canterbury (ECan), the SCCC is cognisant of, and respects the diversity of its members views on the Proposal. The SCCC has encouraged its members to consider and submit individually on matters that specifically affect their business interests and aspirations.
The SCCC has, therefore, confined this submission on PC7 to higher level matters, including in particular:
The adequacy of the economic assessment completed for PC7; and the extent to which PC7 would provide for the social, economic and cultural well-being of the businesses and communities in the OTOP sub-region. Read submission