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  • Central Plains Water
    MEMBERS Latest View of CPWL Scheme Flyover April 2015 VIEW NOW Proposed Sheffield Storage Pond VIEW NOW Stage 1 Water Ordering Portal LOGIN Previous Next Water Monitoring Heritage Ecological Surveys July 25 2013 CPWL and the Solid Energy environmental team started ground water monitoring for Stage 1 in December 2012 and will continue to monitor the Continue reading Government seeks high quality schemes July 25 2013 The Government s clear structure for supporting regional water infrastructure development schemes like the Central Plains Water project Continue reading Funding Secured July 25 2013 We have now secured funding for the detailed design of the project which includes all activities needed to get to a final investment decision Continue reading Water to be delivered in September next year July 25 2013 The plan is to have water available to irrigate at least 5000 ha on the south western section of the project around Te Pirita by September 2014 Continue reading Latest News Shareholder Meeting Dates Cluster Group Meetings are no longer taking place as originally scheduled These are postponed until the Prospectus is released Details will follow closer to the time Communications Latest News Government seeks high quality schemes The Government s clear structure for supporting regional water infrastructure development schemes like the Central Plains Water project Continue reading Featured Scheme Development Water Monitoring Heritage Ecological Surveys CPWL and the Solid Energy environmental team started ground water monitoring for Stage 1 in December 2012 and will continue to monitor the Continue reading Environmental Management Featured Interested in Share Trading Do you require additional water rights Shareholders and others wishing to trade in the rights offered under this prospectus should Visit www cpwshares co nz We Appreciate Your Feedback Click here to submit all enquiries and or feedback Please ensure all your contact details

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Recruitment | Central Plains Water
    the scheme Things are getting even more busy so we re looking for an Administration star to join our team and help out with the day to day requirements that keep our office running You ll have some previous office experience and be comfortable running our reception desk and dealing with phone inquiries be a quick learner and willing to roll your sleeves up and get in and give anything a go No two days will be the same and you may be asked to help with anything from typing and data entry to ordering the stationary or doing the mail run Ideally you ll have some flexibility around working hours as this position will also provide support for our Operations Team by helping to manage our customer water orders during the irrigation season September to May This will involve being able to work until 7pm a couple of days a week during this period and the odd weekend here and there Full training is provided We re looking for someone who has intermediate level Administration skills is flexible in their approach able to use initiative and has a commitment to delivering exceptional customer service If this sounds like you then we d love to see your CV A full position description can be found by clicking on the following link CPWL Administration Assistant March 2016 We ll be assessing applications as they arrive so if you re interested don t hesitate apply now by sending a CV and cover letter to recruitment cpwl co nz To discuss this opportunity further please contact Sarah Barnes 021 860 629 ACCOUNTS ADMINISTRATOR Permanent role Flexible part time role 25 hours per week Immediate start We re looking for an experienced Accounts Administrator who likes variety and has a strong eye for detail and accuracy Central Plains Water Limited was established in 2003 to create a 60 000 hectare 450m community irrigation scheme on the Central Canterbury Plains Our goal is to provide reliable and cost effective water to the Canterbury Plains while creating sustainable value for their shareholders local community and the environment Based in the Commercial Team you ll be experienced in all the usual accounts support functions including processing accounts payable banking and payments invoicing and preparation of accounts payroll administration and tax compliance This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a proactive and enthusiastic approach to join our small team and help deliver an iconic project making a real difference This is a part time position of approximately 25 hours per week and we have some flexibility around how we can structure that for the right candidate This is a unique opportunity to progress your career by being involved in a greenfield project and history in the making To apply please send a CV and cover letter to recruitment cpwl co nz A full position description can be found by clicking the following link Accounts Administrator Position Description April 2016 We ll be assessing applications as they arrive

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/recruitment (2016-05-02)
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  • Contact Us | Central Plains Water
    Us Home Contact Us For a CPWL Infrastructure Emergency ONLY please dial 03 928 2966 Continue reading Submit your query below SUBMIT Contact Us Physical Address Central Plains Water Limited Level 1 114 Wrights Road Addington Christchurch 8024 Phone 03 982 4267 Postal Address PO Box 9424 Tower Junction Christchurch 8149 Submit a query CPWL Operations Enquiries 03 928 2960 CPWL Infrastructure Emergency 03 928 2966 Media Relations Advisor John

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  • FAQs | Central Plains Water
    under irrigation have on the environment and particularly contamination of water with nitrogen A The effect of intensifying land use under irrigation will increase nutrient losses The implementation of a Farm Management Plan will be required to ensure that any farmer is complying with the nutrient losses working toward good and then advanced management practice by 2037 Q Will we need a resource consent to change land use under the new ECan Land and Water Regional Plan LWRP A Currently under the LWRP if the change provisions are triggered then a farmer has to get a land use consent The current definition of change is as follows but is under review as part of the LWRP hearing process a resource consent to use or increase the volume of water for irrigation on a property or an increase of more than 10 in the loss of nitrogen from land used for a farming activity above the average nitrogen loss from the same land for the period between 1 July 2011 and 30 th June 2013 The amount of nitrogen loss shall be calculated using the Overseer TM nutrient model for the 12 months preceding 1 July in any year and expressed as kg ha yr However if the farmer is a shareholder in an irrigation scheme with nutrient conditions as part of the consent CPWL falls into this category then the use of land for a change to an existing farming activity is a permitted activity A nutrient budget and Farm Environment Plan are required In the future an annual average loss of nitrogen should not exceed the rate for the relevant farming activity specified in the Sub regional chapter Selwyn Waihora Zone Plan The rate for Selwyn Waihora catchment is currently being developed with the Selwyn Waihora Zone Committee The limits that are currently being established and will be based on a look up table for each relevant farming activity soil type combination plus an additional percentage improvement in Nitrogen losses over and above current understanding of good management practice currently 13 is being discussed The time frame to comply with the nutrient discharge limits is yet to be confirmed However to achieve Good Management Practice GMP by 2017 and the target point of half way between GMP and Advanced Mitigation by 2037 is being discussed A total of 24 years for farmers to upgrade their existing operation Farmers who change land use will be expected to comply with a level half way between GMP and Advanced Management Practice levels immediately a level to which existing farmers need to comply with by 2022 Farmers considering changing land use should therefore build into their farm budgets the cost of any additional infrastructure and technology required to enable them to achieve compliance A consent will be required if compliance cannot be achieved Please note that the detail around this process and nutrient limits is not finalised and the comments above are our understanding of the current work that is in progress which

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  • Communications | Central Plains Water
    Press Releases Company Documents Welcome to the Central Plains Water Limited Communications Centre Here you ll find all of our Newsletters Latest News Press Releases and Company Documents Contact Us Physical Address Central Plains Water Limited Level 1 114 Wrights Road Addington Christchurch 8024 Phone 03 982 4267 Postal Address PO Box 9424 Tower Junction Christchurch 8149 Submit a query CPWL Operations Enquiries 03 928 2960 CPWL Infrastructure Emergency 03

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  • Shareholders Meeting | Central Plains Water
    Who We Are Board Staff Shareholders Meeting Home Shareholders Meeting There are currently no Shareholder Meetings scheduled Contact Us Physical Address Central Plains Water Limited Level 1 114 Wrights Road Addington Christchurch 8024 Phone 03 982 4267 Postal Address PO Box 9424 Tower Junction Christchurch 8149 Submit a query CPWL Operations Enquiries 03 928 2960 CPWL Infrastructure Emergency 03 928 2966 Media Relations Advisor John Durning Perception PR Marketing Ltd

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/communications/meeting-shareholders (2016-05-02)
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  • Newsletter | Central Plains Water
    Newsletter for December 2013 CPW Currents Newsletter for February 2013 2012 CPW Currents Newsletter for February 2012 2011 CPW Currents Newsletter for September 2011 Media Releases 2011 5 August 2011 Scheme Overview Document 2010 1 November 2010 CPW raises capital to progress proposals 2009 30 October 2009 CPW welcomes commissioners decision 21 July 2009 CPWL withdraws notice of requirement 1 July 2009 New partnership will develop Rakaia north bank irrigation

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/communications/newsletter (2016-05-02)
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  • Latest News | Central Plains Water
    back pack and rugby ball The CPWL judges felt that his design succeeds in getting the message across loud and clear Please click on this link Continue reading Health Safety Message December 2 2015 https www youtube com watch v I kmEk3yzVI Continue reading Nitrogen Allocation Strategy October 13 2015 Please click on the following links for information Central Plains Water Limited Nitrogen Allocation Strategy Summary Central Plains Water Limited Nitrogen Allocation Strategy Continue reading CPWL wins the INFINZ Debt Deal of the Year May 19 2015 CPWL project funded by ANZ Westpac was the winner of the Deal of the Year Award last Thursday 14th May This is recognition of the role the project plays in the economy and environment as well as the complexity involved to Continue reading PGG Wrightson Field Day 8th May 2014 April 16 2014 At PGG Wrightson we are dedicated to our vision of helping grow the country Part of our commitment to this philosophy is having our staff working to provide the best advice to help you make the right choices when converting Continue reading Contractor Named for 140m Stage 1 of Central Plains Water Project March 6 2014 Initial construction preparation work on the Central Plains Irrigation scheme will commence next week following the appointment of Fulton Hogan John Holland JV and Downer Group as the lead contractors for the 140 million Stage 1 programme Fulton Hogan John Holland JV Continue reading One on One Interview with Susan Goodfellow August 5 2013 Susan Goodfellow being interviewed by Jo Kane on CTV s One on One Continue reading Water Monitoring Heritage Ecological Surveys July 25 2013 CPWL and the Solid Energy environmental team started ground water monitoring for Stage 1 in December 2012 and will continue to monitor the Continue reading Government seeks

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