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An application was lodged for a Private Plan Change to the Operative District Plan. The application sought to rezone approximately 58 hectares of land south of the Ōākura township from Rural Environment Area to mainly a residential zoning.
The changes in zoning proposed in the application were as follows:
Subdivision and development were proposed to be managed using a combination of a proposed structure plan (link below) and a specific suite of new rules and standards. The structure plan also detailed the proposed roads, services and walking/cycling/equestrian trails.
On 1 October 2018, Council notified the summary of decisions requested by those who made submissions on the Proposed Plan Change 48 and called for further submissions. Further submissions closed on Monday 15 October 2018.
Since notifying the summary of submissions, Council has been contacted by some of the 27 submitters who did not provide contact details in their original submission. Contact details have now been provided by 20 of these submitters, and NPDC has now accepted these 19 submissions as complete. Council is notifying this addendum document to the summary of submissions for those 19 submissions on Proposed Private Plan Change 48 (PPC18/0048) Wairau Road, Ōākura Rezoning. This addendum and further submission process does not affect or change any other submissions or further submissions made on the plan change.
Further submissions have closed.
Private plan change 48 - Council decision and commissioners recommendation
Private plan change public notice of decision
The documents in this section are provided chronologically with the most recent information at the top of the page.
Due to the expected duration of the hearing, there are likely to be changes to the timetable as the hearing progresses. Future changes are unlikely to be updated on the hearing webpage.
Any party likely to be affected by a change will be contacted directly (using the phone and/or email addresses supplied) as soon as practicable.