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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.
RC195105 - Paul & Kelly Smart, 124 Boundary Road Cust
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.
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. 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 Tuesday 8 October 2019
Notified Persons Letter
RC195127 - Pegasus Golf Limited, 11, 13 and 15 Taerutu Lane, Pegasus
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 close 5pm Friday 16 August 2019
RC 185318 - Peter Mulligan, 19 and 23 Jacksons Road, Ohoka
To erect a dwelling at 23 Jacksons Road, Ohoka (Lot 3 DP 81869) which is held together in a single Certificate of Title with 19 Jacksons Road, Ohoka (Lot 2 DP 81869) containing an existing dwelling. The proposal will result in two dwellings utilising a non-reticulated water supply and being established on one site with a total area of 4.61 hectares. The proposal is a non-complying activity under the Waimakariri District Plan and is zoned Rural in the Waimakariri District Plan.
This proposal was first lodged with Council back in 2016 as a combined subdivision and land use applications. After subsequent correspondence and meetings, Mr Mulligan has withdrawn his subdivision application and as such this application is only for Land Use (to erect a dwelling) on Lot 3 DP 81869 (known as 23 Jacksons Road).
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.