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The Fencing of Swimming Pools Act was introduced to protect young children from the danger of drowning.
The Council has 112 units in Kaiapoi, Oxford, Rangiora and Woodend for people over 65 with limited means.
You can share your views about the Council's plans and projects by making a submission.
The Waimakariri District Council is one of the largest employers in the Waimakariri District and has become an employer of choice.
Below is a list of recent resource consents that are going through a publicly notified process:
For more information on the consents listed below, please contact a Council Planner on 0800965 468 or email@example.com
If a resource consent is deemed to be publicly notified, you can make a submission if you wish, supporting or opposing the proposal within 20 working days of the application being notified.
The Canterbury Regional Council and Waimakariri District Council have received an application from Taggart Earthmoving Limited for resource consents to establish, maintain and operate an aggregate quarry located at the Rangiora Racecourse, 309 West Belt, Rangiora, legally identified as RS 10449 and RS 19334.
The proposed quarry will involve topsoil stripping, aggregate extraction to a depth of no more than 5 metres below ground level and rehabilitation of the site by backfilling with virgin excavated natural materials, overburden and topsoil. Excavation and deposition of material will maintain at least 1 metre separation to groundwater at all times. There is to be no crushing, screening or washing of aggregates as part of the proposal, the aggregate material will be transported off site for processing. Quarrying will be undertaken in at least 8 stages of no more than 2 hectares each, over a total area of 14.5 hectares.
Other activities that are proposed to occur on site include formation of acoustic bunds and an associated channel for flood mitigation, temporary stockpiling of aggregates and imported virgin excavated natural materials prior to placement, and the management of adverse effects by undertaking measures such as establishing and maintaining bunding, as well as dust control mitigation. The site will be accessed via a dedicated access point from River Road only.
The applicant has applied for the following resource consents from:
Canterbury Regional Council
Waimakariri District Council
A resource consent duration of 15 years is sought for all of the resource consents.
Any person may make a written submission on any of the above applications.
All submissions should be sent to Environment Canterbury, PO Box 345 Christchurch 8140; or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org; or made online.
A copy of the submission must also be sent to the Applicant at the address for service:
Taggart Earthmoving LimitedC/- Pattle Delamore PartnersLevel 3, 36-40 Kelvin StreetInvercargill 9810 Atten: Mike DurandEmail: email@example.com
A submission should include your name, address and phone number and the applicants name and consent application number. A submission must state your reason for submitting, whether you support, oppose or have a neutral view on the applications; and if you wish to be heard in support of your submission.
For advice on the application: contact Environment Canterbury phone (03) 353-9007, or 0800 ECINFO (0800 324 636) or email firstname.lastname@example.org ; or Waimakariri District Council 0800 965 468 (0800 WMK GOV) and ask to speak to the Duty Planner, or email email@example.com
Submissions must be received by Environment Canterbury no later than 5pm on Friday 27 November 2020
Full details of the joint consent application, including the Assessment of Environmental Effects and any plans or maps that accompanied the application can be viewed at:
The application can also be viewed at the following Waimakariri District Council Service Centres or libraries:
Please note: If you would like a full printed hard copy of this application, there is a charge of $35.00. If you only require a hard copy of the AEE (Assessment of Environmental Effects), there is a charge of $7.00. If you would like any of these hard copies, please contact the Council Planning Secretary, Sally Fear, on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0800 965-468.
To erect a new dwelling on an undersized allotment of 3035m² within the rural zone which requires a minimum lot size of 4.0 ha and being 832 Main North Road (SH1), Woodend, being Maori Reserve 873 9 Tawhiti-O-Te-Rangiwetea
The proposal is a Non Complying activity and is zoned Rural in the Waimakariri District Plan.
If you have any queries regarding this application, please contact the Planning Officer, Kate Bonifacio on 0800 965-468 or via email email@example.com . If you require a full hard copy of the application, please contact the Council Planning Secretary, Sally Fear on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions close 5pm Friday 2 October 2020
To establish and operate a car sales showroom with a 1000m2 outdoor vehicle display area, an administration area and a six bay workshop with 2 façade signs and 2 pylon signs with on-site car parking and entry/exit from both Southbrook Road and Coronation Street, on the corner of Southbrook Road and Coronation Street, Rangiora, being Lot 1 DP 76362 and Lot 3 DP 77968
The applicant has proposed two layout options for the site. Please see the full application for details.
The application is a Discretionary activity and is zoned Residential 2 in the Waimakariri District Plan.
If you have any queries regarding this application, please contact the Planning Officer, Samantha Kealey on 0800 965-468. If you require a full hard copy of the application, please contact the Council Planning Secretary, Sally Fear on email@example.com
If you wish to make a submission on this application you may do so by sending a written submission to the Council no later than 5.00pm on Monday 25 November 2019. Your submission may also be emailed to: RCSubmissions@wmk.govt.nz.
To retain a second dwellinghouse in addition to the primary dwellinghouse under a single roofline at 124 Boundary Road, Fernside, legally described as Lot 6 DP 397957 and being 4.0008ha in area. This second dwellinghouse, being 120m² in area, does not meet the District Plan definition of dwellinghouse which can include one additional physically separated dwellinghouse that is no more than 75m² in gross floor area on the same site as the primary dwellinghouse.
If you have any queries regarding this application, please contact the Planning Officer, Kate Bonifacio on 0800 965-468. If you require a full hard copy of the application, please contact the Council Planning Secretary, Sally Fear on firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions closed 5pm Tuesday 8 October 2019
Notified Persons Letter
The application is for the construction & operation of a 3 storey hotel comprising 50 rooms, a restaurant and conference centre, associated earthworks and landscaping and on-site car parking at 11, 13 and 15 Taerutu Lane, Pegasus, having a total area of 6239m2 and legally described as Lots 50, 51 & 52 DP 417391. Vehicular access to and from the hotel will be from Taerutu Lane.
The proposal is a Discretionary Activity under the Waimakariri District Plan and has a split zoning, being Mapleham Rural 4B and Pegasus Rural in the Waimakariri District Plan.
If you have any queries regarding this application, please contact the Planning Officer, Garry Blay on 0800 965-468. If you require a full hard copy of the application, please contact the Council Planning Secretary, Sally Fear on email@example.com
Submissions closed 5pm Friday 16 August 2019
The Council encourages applicants and submitters to communicate directly to discuss any concerns and identify ways in which those concerns can be addressed.
If those concerns cannot be resolved, the Council may arrange a pre-hearing meeting or refer the parties to mediation. This is an opportunity to clarify and potentially resolve any concerns. If that doesn't succeed, a public hearing will be held to decide on your application.
For more information on the process of notification on resource consents, please see link below.
Notification on Consents.