Regeneration Maps

Kaiapoi East Regeneration Area

Whakarauora i te Takiwā Rāwhiti o Kaiapoi

MAP Kaiapoi East - ThumbKaiapoi East is the largest regeneration area in Waimakariri (about 54.2 hectares). Five private properties are located here. Characteristics of the land, similar to Kaiapoi South, include susceptibility to flooding and land damage. Surrounding land uses have also been taken into account including proximity to Kaiapoi town centre, residential and rural activities, reserves, and proximity to Kaiapoi River. This area is currently zoned for residential use. Several properties in this area are subject to the Ngāi Tahu Claims Settlement Act 1998. Taking these factors into consideration, and balancing the land use assessment criteria and written comments, the agreed land uses for the Kaiapoi East regeneration area include mixed use business adjacent to the Kaiapoi town centre; greenspace for parks, sports fields, a memorial garden, stormwater management areas and rural use. Click map image to enlarge.

Download the Kaiapoi East Regeneration Area Map & Info Sheet (pdf, 99.8 KB)


Kaiapoi South Regeneration Area

Whakarauora i te Takiwā Tonga o Kaiapoi

MAP Kaiapoi South - Thumb

The Kaiapoi South regeneration area covers about 28.5 hectares. Three private properties are located here. Characteristics of the land which have been considered in determining appropriate future land uses include susceptibility to flooding and land damage. Surrounding land uses which have been taken into account include Kaiapoi town centre, residential activities, and proximity to Courtenay Stream and Kaiapoi River. Kaiapoi South also contains areas of cultural significance and is adjacent to Kaikanui, former Māori Reserve 877, historically an outpost of the Kaiapoi Pā. The area is currently zoned predominantly residential, with a small pocket zoned rural.

Taking these factors into consideration, and balancing the land use assessment criteria and written comments, the agreed land uses for the Kaiapoi South regeneration area include mixed use business adjacent to the existing town centre; greenspace for heritage and mahinga kai adjacent to Kaiapoi River; rural uses for over half the regeneration area; and recreation and ecological linkages. Click map image to enlarge.

Download the Kaiapoi South Regeneration Area Map & Info Sheet (pdf, 81.7 KB)


Kaiapoi West Regeneration Area

Whakarauora i te Takiwā Uru o Kaiapoi

MAP Kaiapoi West - ThumbKaiapoi West is the smallest regeneration area in Waimakariri (about 2.6 hectares). It includes one private property as well as existing infrastructure, including Dudley Drain and a wastewater pump station. 

This area is susceptible to flooding and land damage. Surrounding land uses which have been taken into account include the adjacent Kaiapoi town centre, residential areas, Kaiapoi Borough Primary School and Murphy Park. The area is currently zoned for residential use.

Taking these factors into consideration, and reflecting the land use assessment criteria and written comments, the agreed land uses for the Kaiapoi West regeneration area include mixed use business in the southern half and greenspace in the northern half. Click map image to enlarge.

Download the Kaiapoi West Regeneration Area Map & Info Sheet (pdf, 72.6 KB)


Kairaki Regeneration Area

Whakarauora i te Takiwā o Kairaki

MAP Kairaki - ThumbThe Kairaki regeneration area is located just south of The Pines Beach, covering about 5.8 hectares. Twenty-one private properties are located in the regeneration area. The characteristics of the land here are similar to The Pines Beach, with variable flood risk, land damage susceptibility, and risk of sea level rise. Surrounding land uses which have been taken into account include the Tūhaitara Coastal Park and a campground, and proximity to the Waimakariri River and Saltwater Creek. The coastal lowland region from the Waimakariri River to the Rakahuri River is recognised and provided for as a Ngāi Tahu cultural landscape of immense importance. The area is currently zoned residential. Taking these factors into consideration, and balancing the land use assessment criteria and written comments, the agreed land uses for the Kairaki regeneration area includes most of the land to be transferred and used as part of the Tūhaitara Coastal Park, with some recreation and ecological linkage to be managed by the Council. Click map image to enlarge.

Download the Kairaki Regeneration Area Map & Info Sheet (pdf, 83.7 KB)


The Pines Beach Regeneration Area

Whakarauora i te Takiwā o Tātahi Paina

MAP The Pines Beach - ThumbEast of Kaiapoi, The Pines Beach regeneration area covers about 9 hectares. Three private properties are located here. The land is predominantly stabilised sand dunes or river sand and the area is subject to variable flood risk, land damage and risk of sea level rise. Surrounding land uses which have also been taken into account include the Tūhaitara Coastal Park, Council reserves, and proximity to Saltwater Creek. This area is currently zoned residential. Taking these factors into consideration, and balancing the land use assessment criteria with written comments, the agreed land uses for The Pines Beach regeneration area include land to be used for private lease; land to be managed as part of the Tūhaitara Coastal Park; and land to be used as greenspace. Click map image to enlarge.

Download The Pines Beach Regeneration Area Map & Info Sheet (pdf, 96.7 KB)