Variation 2 – Waikanae Beach & Beach Character Setback Margin
- to amend the Beach Character Setback Margin provisions; and
- to rezone part of Waikanae Beach from Residential Zone to Beach Residential Zone
A summary of the submissions received was notified on the 25 September 2019 with the period for further submissions closing on the 9 October 2019.
The Council has initiated a variation to the Proposed District Plan. The Variation seeks to amend the Beach Character Setback Margin provisions and to rezone part of Waikanae Beach from Residential Zone to Beach Residential Zone.
The Proposed Variation was notified on 14 August 2019, with the period for submissions closing on 12 September 2019.
- Public Notice
- Proposed Variation 2 provisions
- Section 32 Evaluation
- Q&A Beach Character Set Back Margin
- Q&A Waikanae Beach Rezoning
Notice of hearing and evidence circulation
Minute #1 of Hearing Panel
Minute #2 of Hearing Panel
Minute #3 of Hearing Panel
Minute #4 of Hearing Panel
Location: Coastlands Kāpiti Sports Turf Pavilion, 10 Scaife Drive, Paraparaumu
Date: Monday 3 August 2020 | Thursday 6 August 2020 (if required)
Time: 9.30 am
Section 42A Officers Hearing Report documents
- Section 42A Report
- Appendix 1 – Waikanae Beach Character Study
- Appendix 2 - Submissions (part 1)
- Appendix 2 – Submissions (part 2)
- Appendix 2 – Further Submissions (part 3)
- Appendix 3 – Case law setting out statutory considerations
- Appendix 4 – Section 32 Evaluation
- Appendix 5 – Our Future Waikanae Beach
- Section 42A Reporting Officer Response to Panel’s Minute 2
Section 42 Reporting Officers Response to Panel’s Minute 3 (Right of Reply)
- Attachment 1 – iwi file note re variation
- Attachment 1 – Memo – Te Ati Awa conversation re. Variation content
- Attachment 2 – RPS Policy 49
- Attachment 3 – Contours and dunes
- Attachment 4 – Subdivision consent data
- Attachment 5 – final recommended provisions
- Attachment 6 – Final recommendations on submissions
- Email for Variation 3
- Section 42A Officer's Right of Reply
Additional material provided by submitters at hearing
- Submission – Kay and Glen Wiggs
- Submission – Quentin Poole
- Submission – Waikanae Beach Residents' Society
- Submission – Zac Jordan and Stuart Dickson
If you have any questions about the variation, please contact Matt Muspratt – Principal Policy Planner at [email protected] or phone (04) 296 4700, or free phone 0800 486 486.
The following persons may make a submission on the proposal:
- the Kāpiti Coast District Council; and
- any other person may make a submission but, if the person could gain an advantage in trade competition through the submission, then the person may do so only if the person is directly affected by an effect of the proposal that—
- adversely affects the environment; and
- does not relate to trade competition or the effects of trade competition.
You may make a submission by sending a written or electronic submission to Kapiti Coast District Council at [email protected] The submission must be in form 5 of the Resource Management (Forms, Fees, and Procedure) Regulations 2003, and must state whether or not you wish to be heard on your submission. Copies of this form are available from any of the Council's service centres or libraries in Ōtaki, Paraparaumu, Waikanae, and Paekākāriki.
The process for public participation in the consideration of the proposal under the Act is as follows:
- after the closing date for submission, the Kāpiti Coast District Council must prepare a summary of decisions requested by submitters and give public notice of the availability of this summary and where the summary and submissions can be inspected; and
- there must be an opportunity for the following persons to make a further submission in support of, or in opposition to, the submissions already made:
- any person representing a relevant aspect of the public interest:
- any person who has an interest in the proposal greater than the general public has:
- the local authority itself; and
- if a person making a submission asks to be heard in support of his or her submission, a hearing must be held; and
the Kāpiti Coast District Council must give its decision on the provisions and matters raised in the submissions (including its reasons for accepting or rejecting submissions) and give public notice of its decision within 2 years of notifying the proposal and serve it on every person who made a submission at the same time; and
- any person who has made a submission has the right to appeal against the decision on the proposal to the Environment Court if, —
- in relation to a provision or matter that is the subject of the appeal, the person referred to the provision or matter in the person’s submission on the proposal; and
- in the case of a proposal that is a proposed policy statement or plan, the appeal does not seek the withdrawal of the proposal as a whole.
The background to the Waikanae Beach rezoning can be found here.