Proposed District Plan (PDP)
All rules in the Proposed District Plan (PDP) Appeals Version 2018 must be treated as operative.
All rules in the Operative District Plan 1999 (ODP), other than the listed coastal hazard provisions, must be treated as inoperative.
Find out more about the ODP coastal hazard provisions that remain operative.
The Proposed Kapiti Coast District Plan (PDP) is available as an E-Plan. It is the same Plan information as the PDP Appeals Version 2018 (see below) but in a web-based interactive and easy-to-use format.
Note: E-Plan’s property report does not replace Council’s LIM report you can access the Lim application at Property information.
If you are experiencing difficulties with the E-Plan, or have any questions or comments about it, please contact the District Plan team at [email protected].
All appeals on the Proposed District Plan (PDP) have now been resolved. The PDP will remain with its current status (Appeals Version 2018) until formally made operative by Council.
The digital published copy of the PDP can be viewed at Appeals version 2018 – Proposed District Plan.
Details of the resolved appeals can be found at Appeals on the PDP.
As a result of the withdrawal of coastal provisions from the PDP there are some specifically identified coastal related provisions in the Operative District Plan that will continue to remain in force after the conclusion of the PDP process and until they are replaced through a Schedule 1 of the RMA process.
View the Operative District Plan 1999.
View details of the ODP provisions that will continue to apply as outlined in the Public notice of withdrawal of coastal hazard provisions from PDP.