Appeals Version 2018 - Proposed District Plan
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The ODP will continue to have legal effect where any corresponding objectives, policies and provisions in the PDP have been appealed. As appeals are resolved, the ODP provisions will fall away and the PDP will be relied on.
While we still have both an ODP and a PDP it is necessary to comply with both Plans. However, rules in the PDP that are not subject to appeals must be treated as operative, and the corresponding ODP rules fall away.
Any rules in the PDP which cannot be treated as operative still have legal effect and are afforded 'weighting' on a case by case basis, depending on the nature and extent of the appeal.
As a result of the withdrawal of coastal provisions from the PDP there are some specifically identified coastal related provisions in the ODP 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 details of the ODP provisions that will continue to apply here.
The Appeals version 2018 identifies which parts of the Proposed District Plan (PDP) are subject to appeals and therefore may change as a result of the appeals process. It also identifies which parts of the PDP are not subject to any appeals and are now operative.
The changes that have been made to the PDP Appeals Version include corrections to address minor errors as well as incorporating Consent Orders that relate to various appeals against the PDP.
The corrections (and reasons) required to address minor errors and address minor matters are available here. These include minor spelling errors, issues with formatting, as well as the inclusion of two designations.
The Council has also received a number of Consent Orders by the Environment Court which require amendments to the PDP. The nature of these changes relate to the seven Consent Orders that have been signed which have resolved three appeals against the PDP. In association with these amendments, a further 4 appeals against the PDP have been withdrawn. Further information on the Appeals against the PDP can be found here.
Chapter 3 Natural Environment
Appendix 3.1: Development Incentives Guidelines
Chapter 5 – Living Environment
Appendix 5.1: Medium Density Housing Design Guide
Appendix 5.2: Ōtaki Beach, Raumati, Paekākāriki Special Charter Areas:
Appendix 5.3: Ferndale Area Structure Plan and Notations
Appendix 5.4: Pekawy Development Area Structure Plan and Notations
Appendix 5.5: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Guidelines
Appendix 5.6: Waikanae North Design Guide
Appendix 5.7: Ngārara Zone Structure Plan
Appendix 5.8: Ngārara Zone Management Principles
Chapter 6 – Working Environment
Appendix 6.1: Paekākāriki Village Centre Design Guide
Appendix 6.2: Meadows Precinct Design Guidelines
Appendix 6.3: Meadows Structure Plan
Appendix 6.4: Structure Plan for Development of Lot 2 DP 441854 (Milne
Appendix 6.5: Ōtaki South Precinct Structure Plan
Appendix 6.6: Design Guide for Airport Zone
Appendix 6.7: District Centre Zone Structure Plan
Appendix 6.8: Concept Plan for Industrial/Service Land at Paraparaumu
Appendix 6.9: Centres Design Principles
Chapter 7 – Rural Environment
Appendix 7.1: Peka Peka North Rural-Residential Development Area
Appendix 7.2: Ngārara Precinct Structure Plan
Appendix 7.3: Ngārara Precinct Management Principles
Appendix 7.4: Waikanae North Eco-Hamlet Zone Structure Plan
Appendix 7.5: Ōtaki North Eco-Hamlet Zone Structure Plan
Districtwide Zones and Features Maps Natural Hazards and Natural Features Maps
Transport Hierarchy and Aerodrome Maps
On 1 May 2019, Standard 2 of Rule 11B.1.1 was withdrawn from the Proposed District Plan (PDP). A copy of the Public Notice is available here.
The withdrawn standard relates to hydraulic neutrality requirements for development. This withdrawal of Standard 2 of Rule 11B.1.1 does not alter the overall policy of hydraulic neutrality in the PDP. The stormwater impacts of development will still be managed through Standard 1 of Rule 11B.1.1, which requires that developments comply with the Council's Subdivision and Development Principles and Requirements 2012 (SDPR). Through this standard and the SDPR, development will still be required to manage stormwater so that runoff from the site after development does not exceed pre-development flows.