Water Resource Management
This page sets out the Tasman District Council approach to sustainable water management. Sustainable allocation limits for water will allow for continued use while protecting and enhancing the life-supporting capacity of waterbodies and their ecosystems.
This section outlines the legislative requirements around the taking, diversion and use of water, for any purpose as a permitted activity or consented water use. This includes irrigation and domestic water supply.
- How to Obtain Water for Use
- Measuring and Reporting Water Takes - National Regulation
- Waiting Lists for Fully Allocated Zones
- Water Resource Consent Requirements
Read how to submit water meter returns and/or submit an online water meter reading.
Find out about the district's water management zones and their water consumption history, and read about the Fresh Water and Land Advisory Groups (FLAGs) and Water User Committees.
This page displays graphical representation of Resource Consented water consumption data, by management zone.
Keep up to date with any water rationing and restriction information, find your local water user committee members and learn about the functions of the dry weather task force.