Standards for Temporary Military Training Activites
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i) The activity is limited to a period not exceeding a duration
of 31 days.
(ii) The activity does not require the construction of permanent structures.
(iii) The activity does not require earthworks or excavation (permanent or mechanical) unless provided for in this plan.
(iv) Flying activity is in compliance with civil aviation regulations.
(v) Noise emissions arising from this activity shall not exceed the following schedule at the site boundary:
resulting from the use of explosives is not to exceed 122 dBA
6.6(B)STANDARDS FOR NETWORK UTILITIES
Any above ground structure for a public or network utility specified in 6.2(j) ,(k) or (p):
(i) Accessory buildings shall have a ground coverage of less than 15 m2 and a height not exceeding 7.5 m.
(ii) Broadcasting and telecommunications facilities including transmitting/receiving devices such as aerials, dishes, wires, insulators, castings, tunnels and associated equipment, as well as support structures such as towers, masts and poles shall have a maximum height of 25 m and the maximum diameter of dishes shall be 5 m. The 25m maximum height shall not apply to rods and antennas that are no more than 1 m2 in area and dish antennas that are no more than 1200 mm in diameter.
(iii) The lines shall be underground where located within Residential Mixed and Commercial Core (Hokitika Policy Unit) and Tourist and General Residential Zones (Tourist Policy Unit) except where they involve the extension of existing above ground services, that existed on the day of public notification of this plan, by no more than 5 poles.
(iv) In the Rural zone, above an altitude of 800m, shall be located on the following existing sites; Kellys Hill, Mt. Greenland, Mt. Bonar, Mt. Stey Brey, Mataketake Range: Mt. Clarke, Bald Hill, Mt. Deelaw, Mt. Price.