District Plan Review
Hearing on Plan Change 52, 55, 60
Every Council has to write and produce a District Plan and then review it every 10 years. A lot can happen in 10 years - different development pressures emerge, economic situations change, legislative changes are enacted and new issues need to be taken into account. The Manawatu District Council is reviewing our District Plan in sections.
as outlined in Minute 1 (dated 2 November 2016) - from the Hearing Commissioner
- (a) Existing and Proposed Kawakawa Industrial Area Planning Maps:
- (b) The extent of the lateral spread overlay:
- (c) The existing structure plan aerial and any proposed structure plan additions, distinguishing between the two:
- (d) Current flood channel zones and current 0.5%AEP modelled flooding by Horizons Regional Council:
Setbacks and Planted Areas Maps:
Submitters Evidence and Correspondence:
NZ Defence Force - Noise Setback Maps:
The Council’s Hearing Committee heard submissions on Proposed Plan Changes 52, 55 and 60 on 5th-7th, and the 16th of December 2016. The Hearing Committee has formally now retired for the purpose of consideration and deliberation. The decisions on Plan Changes 52, 55 and 60 are now pending.
If you have an enquiry about any of these Plan Changes and/or the hearing process, please contact the Hearing Administrator, Allie Dunn on (06) 323 000 or email email@example.com. Alternatively, you may wish to email the planning staff: Wendy Thompson or Cynthia Ward.