Operative District Plan 1999
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 Operative District Plan is published in three volumes. Volume 1 details how Council will put into effect objectives, policies and methods to achieve integrated management of...
These are the current Kāpiti Coast District Council District Plan Maps. District Plan Maps do not include details of notified Public Plan Changes or Private Plan Changes which are...
The District Plan can have changes made to it in the form of Public or Private Plan Changes. Public Plan Changes Public Plan Changes are council initiated and have legal weight...
What's in the District Plan? Why are District Plans important? Why should I be interested in the District Plan? How do I know if my planned activity is allowed? What is a resource...
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