Matters Over Which Control is Reserved on Controlled Activities
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- The imposition of financial contributions as provided for in Section 7.7.
- The design and layout of subdivisions.
- The design of the subdivision, in respect of encouraging the
protection of any archaeological or other heritage site.
- The size and shape of the proposed lot(s). Lots of inadequate size
and/or poor soil permeability conditions, such that sewage and effluent
cannot be adequately disposed of, are unlikely to be approved.
- Siting of buildings. This may require, for example, specified
building platforms where parts of the site are subject to flooding, low
ground bearing capacity, erosion or fault lines. In Kumara Junction
Developments, a planting plan may be imposed to ensure buildings are
effectively screened from roads and adjoining properties.
- The imposition of conditions, including covering the following matters:
• Requiring the vesting of ownership of land in the coastal marine area
or the bed of a lake or river in accordance with section 237A of the
• Waiving the requirement for, or
reducing the width of, an esplanade reserve or esplanade strip in
accordance with section 230 or section 405A of the Act.
• Subject to Section 220(2) of the Act a condition that any specified
part or parts of the land being subdivided or any other adjoining land
of the subdividing owner be -
(i) Transferred to the owner of any other adjoining land and amalgamated with that land or any part thereof; or
(ii) Amalgamated, where the specified parts are adjoining; or
(iii) Amalgamated, whether the specified parts are adjoining or not,
for any purpose specified in the district plan or necessary to comply
with any requirement of the district plan; or
(iv) Held in the same ownership, or by tenancy-in-common in the same
ownership, for the purpose of providing legal access or part of the
legal access to any proposed allotment or allotments in the subdivision.
Requiring that any allotment be subject to a requirement as to the
bulk, height, location, foundations, or height of floor levels of any
structure on the allotments.
- That provision
be made to the satisfaction of the Council for the protection of the
land or any part thereof, or of any land not forming part of the
subdivision, against erosion, subsidence, slippage or inundation from
any source (being, in the case of land not forming part of the
subdivision, subsidence, slippage, erosion or inundation arising or
likely to arise as a result of the subdividing of the land which is the
subject of the subdivision consent).
filling and compaction of the land and earthworks be carried out to the
satisfaction of the territorial authority.
- That any easements be duly granted or reserved.
That any existing easements in respect of which the land is the
dominant tenement and which the territorial authority considers to be
redundant, be extinguished, or be extinguished in relation to any
specified allotment or allotments.
- Requiring copies of the survey plan for administration purposes.
- Requiring the provision of monitoring information.
Where an access road within the subdivision meets a State Highway,
conditions on the location and design of the intersection layout so as
to minimise traffic conflicts.
- Where an
on-site sewage disposal system is proposed, a condition may specify the
minimum capacity of that system and the standard of effluent required.
In respect of land in Franz Alpine Resort:
How the proposal achieves the Objectives and is sympathetic to the
Outline Development Plan and Design Guidelines in 5.4A.
The imposition of conditions, covenants or other instruments to promote
principles contained in the Outline Development Plan and Design
Guidelines for that Tourist Settlement Policy Unit, including as these
will influence future land use activities and buildings.
In respect of land in the Racecourse Terraces Mixed
(a) How the proposal is in accordance with the concept plan
(b) The imposition of conditions, covenants,
consent notices or other instruments to promote principles
contained in the Concept Plan.
In respect of land in Kumara Junction Developments
(a) How the proposal is in accordance with the Outline Development Plan in Part 5.3A
(b) Any subdivision which results in a cumulative
total of more than 100 allotments within Kumara Junction Developments
may require the provision of a waste transfer station to be established.
(c) Where a subdivision results in a cumulative
total of more than 1000 vehicle movements per day utilising the
Sanctuary Place/ State Highway 6 intersection, conditions relating to
the avoidance, remedying or mitigation of traffic effects. This may
include the upgrading of the State Highway 6/Sanctuary Place
intersection and/or Sanctuary Place. Any necessary upgrades shall be
carried out to the satisfaction of the territorial authority and the
New Zealand Transport Agency.