Variation 3 – County Road, Ōtaki Low Density Precinct
The Council has has made a decision on Variation 3 to Proposed District Plan. This Variation sought to rezone 46-66 County Road from Rural Plains to residential zoning in a new County Road Otaki Low Density Precinct.
Those who submitted on the Variation may now appeal Council's decision to the Environment Court. Appeals must be lodged in the prescribed form within 30 working days of service of the notice of decision.
On 14 May 2020, the Kāpiti Coast District Council resolved to adopt the recommendations of the Commissioners appointed to conduct the hearing for Variation 3 to the Proposed District Plan. The Council has accepted Variation 3 as notified, and accepted or rejected the submissions upon Variation 3 to the extent set out in the Commissioners’ report. Public notice of the decision was given on 27 and 28 May 2020.
The Commissioners’ recommendation on Proposed Variation 3 County Road Ōtaki – Low Density Precinct for the Kāpiti Coast District Plan was confirmed by the commissioners on 28 February 2020. This report can be accessed at Commissioners’ Recommendation on Proposed Variation 3 County Road Ōtaki.
A hearing was held at 10.00am Wednesday December 4 2019 at the Rotary Hall, 25 Aotaki Street, Otaki.
- Directions/Minutes of Commissioners #1
- Directions/Minutes of Commissioners #2
- Directions/Minutes of Commissioners #3
- Submission #1 reasons for retention of rural zoning
- Section 42A Report & Appendices
- Right of Reply Statement
Summary of submissions
A summary of the submissions received was notified on the 28 August 2019 with the period for further submissions closing on the 11 September 2019.
The Proposed Variation was notified on 3 July 2019, the period for submissions closed on 2 August 2019.
If you have any questions about the variation, please contact Greg Underwood – Intermediate Policy Planner at [email protected] or phone (04) 296 4700.
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.