FREE BUILDING CONSENTS FOR WOODBURNERS IN WINTON
The Southland District Council is now waiving the building consent application fee for installations of new Clean-Air approved burners until 2020 in Winton township.
Contact us to find out which fires qualify for this offer and how this funding will impact on your fire installation budget.
Click below to get more information from the Southland District Council.
FINANCING YOUR NEW CLEAN AIR BURNER
Environment Southland and the Invercargill City Council are providing loans for city ratepayers to upgrade to approved Clean Air burners.
Any ratepayer living within the Invercargill airshed area who has a non-compliant burner or open fire in their main living room can apply, so long as they do not have any rates arrears. They can borrow up to $5000 which is to be paid back over a five year period at a 3.95 per cent interest rate.
Click below to get more information from the Invercargill City Council website.
ENVIRONMENT SOUTHLAND CLEAN AIR RULES
New Environment Southland rules have come into force meaning fires installed before January 1997 may only be used until 1 January 2019. Give Scott a call to get an idea of the cost of installing a new Clean Air burner so that you can plan for this upcoming expense.
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