Find out what information you need to provide and which forms to fill in.
Please use the resource consent checklist to make sure your resource consent application is complete for your specific project. Planning forms and checklists are available below and hard copies are also available from our customer service centres.
Please submit all your documentation by email rather than hard copy.
All resource consents applications require the application cover page form to be filled out, along with all relevant activity forms.
You will need to include the following documents with your application:
You may also need to:
Assessment of environmental effects
An AEE (more info here) is a report about the effects your proposed activity will or may have on the environment. It shows the ways in which any adverse (or negative) effects of your activity can be managed. An AEE should:
NB: If there are serious environmental affects or neighbours are adversely affected, then your application can take three or more months to process (including hearings).
The resource consent application forms provide sections for you to complete an AEE. However in many instances a more detailed AEE will be required to be submitted with your application. This is normally completed by an appropriate professional with expertise relating to your proposed activity.
Please send your application by email to email@example.com. (A signed application in PDF format is required).
When you apply for final 224 approval, you’ll need to supply evidence of compliance with your subdivision consent conditions, including:
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