Information to be Supplied with Applications for Subdivision Consent
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7.2.1 A description of the site and locality in accordance with the Fourth Schedule of the Act including where relevant:
i Location, address and legal description of the site to be subdivided. A copy of relevant Certificates of Title are to be enclosed.
ii The area and dimensions of the existing site and all new lots showing existing pegs and survey marks.
iii The position of all new boundaries.
iv Access to the site, including roads, tracks, and walkways.
v General topography including contours and/or spot heights sufficient to establish the grades of roads, the general siting of the buildings and the general level of the land being subdivided. Where there is a slope of more than 10% a topographical map is required.
vi Proposed areas of excavation and fill, together with the proposed finished contours.
vii Any watercourses, wetlands or drainage systems. Areas which may be subject to flooding should be identified.
viii Location of all areas of indigenous vegetation.
ix The location of any trees taller than 3m.
x Size, location and use of existing buildings on the site.
xi The location of any protected item listed in Appendix A or any other known item of heritage value.
xii Any existing or proposed easements or encumbrances.
xiii Identification of any designations applying to the land.
xiv An assessment of any hazards such as instability, contamination or erosion.
xv The location and areas of any land below mean high water springs of the sea, or of any part of the bed of a river or lake, as described in s237A of the Act.
xvi The current nature and standard of infrastructure such as roading, sewage disposal systems, stormwater disposal systems, electricity supply and water supply.
xvii An assessment of the presence of archaeological sites.
7.2.2 A description of the activity proposed including where relevant:
i Whether other resource consents besides subdivision consent are required.
ii Whether the subdivision involves cross lease or unit titles and if so, details of the planned lease/title.
iii Details of proposed new roads to be formed by the subdivider and a proposal for contributing to upgrading adjacent roads.
iv Details of proposed methods of disposal of effluent and stormwater.
v Details of proposed provision of potable water.
vi Details of proposed electricity and telephone services.
vii Location of building platforms where proposed.
7.2.3 A proposal for contributing to recreation facilities if relevant including:
i The location and areas of any new reserves to be created and details of their land valuations.
Ii Details of any archaeological or other heritage sites that are proposed to be set aside as part of the proposal.
7.2.4 A proposal for protecting areas adjoining waterways if relevant including:
i The location and dimensions of waterways on or adjoining the site.
ii The location and areas of any proposed esplanade reserves, strips or access strips.
iii Any application to increase, reduce or waive the requirements for esplanade reserve.
iv The location of land in the coastal marine area or the bed of a river or lake.
7.2.5 A proposal for protecting areas of natural significance if relevant including:
i The location and areas of any land or significant natural feature, the proposed means of protection, and the reasons for it.
7.2.6 The land subject to the Franz Alpine Resort Outline Development Plan as set out in5.4A:
i A description of how the subdivision will promote the principles of the Franz Alpine Resort Outline Development Plan and Design Guideline, (including specific reference to landscape materials, retention of forest vegetation, treatment of the street environment, and waterways) in Part 5.4A, and legal mechanisms proposed to ensure that future landowners of any new allotments respect those principles in development and use of their land.
ii Detail of regional consents applied for or held in respect of attainment of fully reticulated water and sewage systems for the whole settlement.
iii A description of how vegetation is to be protected within the subdivision, including the preservation of any significant stands of miro and matai trees in particular.