The Chatham Islands Council is the smallest local authority in New Zealand. Services provided by the Council include looking after the environment and protecting the islands from biosecurity risks, emergency management, waste and water services and resource consents.
The Council vision and list of community outcomes… Read more »
Who we are
As with all local authorities, elections are held every three years to appoint a Mayor and Councillors.
The Chatham Islands Council
Alfred W Preece
Staff at the Chatham Islands Council provide planning and support for the Council and its committees, and information about Council business, including elections and consultation with the community… Read more »
Postal, phone, fax, and other contact details for the Council… Read more »
Council meetings are held on Thursdays… Meeting schedule »
Includes gambling & liquor licensing policies… Read more »
The Chatham Islands Council’s income comes from rates, Council dues and Government assistance… Read more »
Includes fire permit, resource consents, swing mooring forms… Read more »
Links to websites related to the Chatham Islands or the Council.. Read more »
Includes elections information, Local Governance Statement… Read more »
Our activities and services… Read more »