Notified Resource Consents
Limited Notified Consents
SP/0179/20 – 3MS Of Cambridge Limited Partnership – 1863, 1865, 1871 & 1881 Cambridge Road
Submissions close Tuesday 13 April 2021
3Ms of Cambridge is seeking subdivision consent to subdivide four existing Records of Title into 242 residential lots and to provide sites for a school site, retirement village, community and commercial centre, recreation facilities, recreation reserves and stormwater network. The sites are located in the C2 Structure Plan area, the Deferred Residential zone and Rural zone. The application is a non-complying activity under the Waipa District Plan 2017.
SP/0155/20 & LU/0288/20 – Meridian Asset Management
Establishment of a 10 Lot Compact Housing development.
Cogswell Surveys, on behalf of their applicant Meridian Asset Management, have applied for concurrent landuse and subdivision resource consent to establish a 10 Lot Compact Housing development at 47 Coleridge Street, Cambridge. As 47 Coleridge Street, Cambridge is not located within a Compact Housing Area policy overlay (Rule 184.108.40.206(b)) and because the lots created do not meet the minimum net lot area requirement of 500m2 (Rule 220.127.116.11(a)), this type of activity is a Non-Complying Activity.
- Meridian Asset Management - Application and AEE
- SP 0155 20 - Council's Notification Report
- SP 0155 20 - Form 13 Submission Form
LU/0108/20 - Shaw's Property Holdings Limited - Under Appeal
Establishment and operation of a mineral extraction activity (sand quarry) under the Waipa District Plan; and
Disturbance of soil under the Resource Management (National Environmental Standard for Assessing and Managing Contaminants in Soil to Protect Human Health) Regulations 2011
Mitchell Daysh, on behalf of their applicant Shaw’s Property Holdings Limited, have applied for resource consent for the establishment and operation of a mineral extraction activity (sand quarry) at 928 Kaipaki Road, Leamington, Cambridge.
By establishing the quarry, it is anticipated to withdraw a maximum extraction limit of 200,000m3 per year. The maximum excavation depth will be approximately 7 metres and will not intercept the local water table. Under the Waipa District Plan this type of activity is a Discretionary Activity (Rule 18.104.22.168(h)).
The application has proceeded on a Limited Notified basis and those parties deemed effected have been contacted directly. The application was heard by Hearing Commissioners on Monday 23 November 2020.
Application and notification
- Shaw’s Property Holdings Limited – Application and AEE
- LU010820 – Council’s Notification Report
- LU010820 - Clarification Email circulated to notified parties on 9 Sept 2020
- LU010820 - Update from Agent including Tangata Whenua Statement and Engagement Report - 15 Sept 2020
- LU010820 - Query and Agent Response circulated to notified parties on 15 Sept 2020
Publicly Notified Consents
LU/0145/20 – Festival One - On Hold
Establish and operate an annual temporary event (Christian music festival) in the Rural Zone
Mitchell Daysh have applied on behalf of their client, Festival One Ltd, for a land use consent to establish and operate a drug and alcohol free four-night, three-day Christian festival at 209 Whitehall Road, Karapiro. The festival will run over the Auckland Anniversary weekend at the end of January each year commencing in 2021 (i.e. 29 to 31 January 2021). The festival size is to be capped at 10,000 patrons and up to 2,000 support staff and volunteers. Based on the range of activity elements that will comprise the 'event' the activity as a whole is to be assessed as a Discretionary Activity, being for a Temporary Event that fails to comply with Rules 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 of the Waipa District Plan. In addition, the proposal will be unable to comply with the noise standards for the Rural Zone (Rule 188.8.131.52).
The processing of the application has been suspended pursuant to Section 91A of the Resource Management Act 1991 at the applicant's request as at 16 October 2020.
The applicant can request the suspension ceases at any time, however if they have not requested the suspension ceases after 130 working days (being 14 May 2021) the Council is required to either:
- return the application or
- continue to process the application.
- Festival One – Application and AEE
- LU 0145 20 – Form 12 – Public Notice
- LU014520 – Council’s Notification Report
- LU/0145/20 – Council’s Section 42A Report including Appendices
- LU/0145/20 – Council’s Section 42A Report (excluding Appendices)
- LU/0145/20 – Council’s Section 42A Report (Appendices Only)