Located in the heart of Gisborne City, surrounded by water, at the base of Titirangi, we have a responsibility and a commitment to caring for and respecting the environment.
At Eastland Port, all our operations must follow detailed consent conditions. Every significant project has its own management plan. We carry out comprehensive environmental monitoring, which we regularly report on.
We have meetings with our neighbours and the hapū of Tūranganui-a-Kiwa, to keep them updated on what’s happening right across the port.
Our team continue to work on a range of environmental initiatives to help improve the health and mauri of the moana, awa and whenua that surround us.
On this page you’ll find all our current consents, environmental reports for Twin Berth Stage 2, noise monitoring information, and the minutes of our community and hapū meetings.
If you have any questions or concerns about any aspect of port activity, you can report it right away by calling our port protection service on (06) 868 1372, or Gisborne District Council on (06) 867 2049. The full process is detailed below.
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If you have a complaint or would like to report an issue, call our port protection service on (06) 868 1372, or Gisborne District Council on (06) 867 2049. To see exactly what happens when we receive a call, and how the complaint is addressed, click here.
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