Amalgamation Archive - Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce

By: Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce  06-Dec-2011

The proposal will, we believe, enable the region to better plan, take up regional opportunities and advance the interests of [..]

The Local Government Decision has issued its draft reorganisation scheme for a Nelson Tasman District – this would see everyone [..]

The Local Government Commission has prepared a draft reorganisation scheme for the union of Nelson City and Tasman District (the [..]

The Local Government Commission has determined that a reorganizational proposal will better promote local government and enable regional issues and [..]

Dot Kettle, Chief Executive of the Chamber of Commerce responded today to the launch of a petition calling for a [..]

The Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce supports the Local Government Commission’s draft reorganizational proposal. The proposal will, we believe, enable [..]


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Current Issues Archive - Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce

While there should be cost savings from reducing two councils to one, a reduction in costs to many businesses who currently have to work under two different sets of rules and decision makers, and enable us to develop a credible regional voice, these are not the major advantages of amalgamation from a business perspective.


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Press Releases Archive - Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce

The Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce, along with Chamber’s throughout New Zealand, continues to work closely with the Canterbury Chamber. The New Zealand Chamber of Commerce wants the incoming government to work with business organizations to design a compelling set. Local businesses are up to the challenge” Dot Kettle, Chief Executive of the Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce said today.