Proposed District Plan 2012
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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.
The Proposed District Plan (PDP) includes policies and rules regarding land use and subdivision for the whole Kāpiti Coast District.
On 22 November 2017 the Council notified the Proposed District Plan Decisions Version 2017. Further details are available here. This replaced the Proposed District Plan Notified version.
Amendments made since the PDP was notified on 29 November 2012 have been incorporated into the Plan using strikethrough versions.
The notified PDP 2012 is also available on CD or hard copy on request.
Proposed District Plan 2012:
- Volume 1: Plan
- Volume 2: Appendices
- Volume 3: Maps
- Section 32 Analysis Summary Reports
- Urban Tree Variation
This page contains information about the coastal hazard provision of the Kāpiti Coast Proposed District Plan 2012.
Withdrawal of maps and provisions
May 2017 Withdrawals
On 13 April 2017 the Kapiti Coast District Council resolved to withdraw parts of the Proposed District Plan 2012 as below.
Operative District Plan Provisions Remaining
In addition to the PDP Decisions Version 2017 provisions, the Operative District Plan provisions still apply until any appeals have been resolved. Once appeals are resolved, the following Operative District Plan provisions will continue to apply: Operative District Plan Provisions
October 2014 Withdrawals
As previously advised, based on the recommendations of the Independent Reviews of the PDP, the proposal to withdraw the maps and provisions relating to:
Coastal Hazard Management Areas,
and references to priority areas for restoration was adopted by the Regulatory Management Committee on 2 October 2014 and publicly notified on 30 October 2014.
The PDP, updated using struck through text to reflect the withdrawal of text is available in Volume 1 of the PDP.
Updated PDP maps with withdrawal layers are available in Volume 3 of the PDP.
Further documents relating to the withdrawal of provisions
Proposed District Plan 2012
The following chapters of Volume 1 in the Proposed District Plan 2012 outline the provisions for coastal hazard management:
If you have any questions about the Proposed District Plan, please contact the District Planning staff by:
- telephone 04 296 4700 or 0800 486 486
- email [email protected]
Proposed District Plan Process FAQs
District Plan Review
District Plan Review Timeline
Way forward for Proposed District Plan
Resource Management Act 1991 - Ministry for the Environment website