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Summary of Submission Point
Relief Sought by Submitter
  
Hearing Topic
  
DESDES (Designation)KRH-1DPR-0004Meghan Anderson001Support In Part

Considers that KiwiRail needs to look after the land they own under designation. References example of overgrown/poorly managed state of land at rear of submitters property. ​​

Amend the conditions of the designation

DPR-0004 Meghan AndersonDesignations
GRZR (Rule)GRZ-R6DPR-0005Jessica Graham001Oppose

Considers that the rules, that requires a 1m fence within 4m of a road boundary, are too onerous. The change of rules would remove the ability to have a 1.8m fence along the secondary boundary. 

Refer to original submission for full reason.

Either retain the fencing rules in the operative district plan, where a boundary fence on a corner section along a secondary road may be up to 1.8m in height, or requests that if the rules change, only enforce the rule for new fences only, not existing ones. 

DPR-0005 Jessica GrahamResidential Zones
LLRZR (Rule)LLRZ-R6DPR-0005Jessica Graham002Oppose

Considers that the rules, that requires a 1m fence within 4m of a road boundary, are too onerous. The change of rules would remove the ability to have a 1.8m fence along the secondary boundary. 

Refer to original submission for full reason.

Either retain the fencing rules in the operative district plan, where a boundary fence on a corner section along a secondary road may be up to 1.8m in height, or requests that if the rules change, only enforce the rule for new fences only, not existing ones. 

DPR-0005 Jessica GrahamResidential Zones
LRZR (Rule)LRZ-R6DPR-0005Jessica Graham003Oppose

Considers that the rules, that requires a 1m fence within 4m of a road boundary, are too onerous. The change of rules would remove the ability to have a 1.8m fence along the secondary boundary. 

Refer to original submission for full reason.​

Either retain the fencing rules in the operative district plan, where a boundary fence on a corner section along a secondary road may be up to 1.8m in height, or requests that if the rules change, only enforce the rule for new fences only, not existing ones. 

DPR-0005 Jessica GrahamResidential Zones
SETZR (Rule)SETZ-R6DPR-0005Jessica Graham004Oppose

Considers that the rules, that requires a 1m fence within 4m of a road boundary, are too onerous. The change of rules would remove the ability to have a 1.8m fence along the secondary boundary. 

Refer to original submission for full reason.

Either retain the fencing rules in the operative district plan, where a boundary fence on a corner section along a secondary road may be up to 1.8m in height, or requests that if the rules change, only enforce the rule for new fences only, not existing ones. 

DPR-0005 Jessica GrahamResidential Zones
DPR-GENDPR-GENDPR-0006Colin Eady001Neither Support Nor Oppose

Considers that the plan is written in a way that is hard for people to understand.

​Request that Council put out a summary document that explains things clearly so people can understand.

DPR-0006 Colin EadyPart 1 - Introduction and General Provisions
REZONINGMAPRezoningDPR-0007David Thompson001Oppose

Considers that in Coalgate, there are a large number of homes and sections that currently do not fit within the current Living 2 zone and there will only be a few homes there that will fit the proposed Large Lot Residential Zone. The Low Density Residential Zone would better facilitate the development of the remaining large lots and better fit what is currently there (many homes are on 1000-2000 sqm sections).

Amend Large Lot Residential Zoning to Low Density Residential Zoning in Coalgate (appears to relate to an area bound by Cliff St, Station Rd, Bridge St, and Homebush Road).

DPR-0007 David ThompsonRezoning Requests
DPR-GENDPR-GENDPR-0008Mike Davis001Oppose

​Considers that as the RMA is being reviewed, the plan will have to be reviewed again in the short term and it would be better to wait until there is new legislation in place. 

​Requests that the Council put the plan on hold until new legislation replacing the RMA has been passed by the Government.

DPR-0008 Mike DavisPart 1 - Introduction and General Provisions
NON-DPRNON-DPRDPR-0012Claire & Michael Elford001Support

​Considers that Council should purchase land at the end of James St and start of Birchs Road opposite the maternity hospital and offices for use as a dog park. Reasons given is that the land is available for sale, there is a clear need in the area and there is no endangered wildlife present.

​Request Council purchase land at the end of James St and start of Birchs Rd, Lincoln for use as a dog park.

DPR-0012 Claire and Michael ElfordNo Hearing
GRZMAPGRZDPR-0013Mark Batty001Support

Supports the General Residential Zoning for the Sheridan Drive and Heaphy Court area.

​Retain the General Residential Zone as it relates to the Sheridan Drive and Heaphy Court area as notified.

DPR-0013 Mark BattyRezoning Requests
DESDES (Designation)SDC-191DPR-0015Tony Beaumont001Oppose In Part

​Considers that the conditions proposed for the designation that relate to height, setback and noise will impact on the enjoyment of their in terms of visual pollution, shading, noise and potential reduction in property.

Amend conditions of SDC-191 to limit the height of any structure to​​ no greater than the height of the existing fence if within 1m of the boundary, otherwise any structure must comply with existing regulations relating to not cutting the recession plane and that noise be measured at the boundary of adjoining properties, not 20m from the source.

DPR-0015 Tony BeaumontDesignations
GRUZR (Rule)GRUZ-R6DPR-0016Luke Arndt001Support In Part

​Considers GRUZ-R6 should be retained as it is a beneficial change for the community and will allow for more practical building designs but seeks amendment to exclude any garage area from the calculation of floor area.

Amend GRUZ-R6 to excludes a garage from the maximum area calculation.

DPR-0016 Luke ArndtGeneral Rural Zone
GRUZMAPRural DensityDPR-0017Christina McLachlan001Support

Considers that the rural area around West Melton should remain rurally zoned. Refer to original submission for full reason.

No further rural land is rezoned to residential or be able to be subdivided smaller than 4ha in the West Melton area.

DPR-0017 Christina McLachlanRezoning Requests
GRUZR (Rule)GRUZ-R3DPR-0017Christina McLachlan002Support

​Considers that a large amount of farmland in the Canterbury Plains has been lost to urban development in the last ten years and the remaining rural areas and productive farmland should be protected to remain as such. 

Request limited further greenfield development be allowed in the district. 

DPR-0017 Christina McLachlanRezoning Requests
EIP (Policy)EI-P7DPR-0019Sue Jarvis001Support

Supports ​EI-P7 as notified but queries if the policy also includes the building of any generation plant.

​Not specified

DPR-0019 Sue JarvisEnergy & Infrastructure
LIGHTR (Rule)LIGHT-R3DPR-0019Sue Jarvis002Support In Part

​Considered that existing lighting should also be controlled by rules.

​Not specified

DPR-0019 Sue JarvisLight
EIBP (Policy)EIB-P1DPR-0019Sue Jarvis003Support

Supports the identification of indigenous biodiversity areas.   

Supports as notified but considers that there should be encouragement for voluntary listings such as through rate reductions. 

DPR-0019 Sue JarvisEcosystems & Indigenous Biodiversity
EIBR (Rule)EIB-R1DPR-0019Sue Jarvis004Support
Supports the provisions that seek to manage the clearing of indigenous vegetation.

Retain as notified

DPR-0019 Sue JarvisEcosystems & Indigenous Biodiversity
EIBR (Rule)EIB-R1DPR-0019Sue Jarvis005Support In Part
Considers that all areas of significant indigenous vegetation and fauna should be assessed and listed. 
Requests that all areas of significant indigenous vegetation and fauna should be assessed and listed.
DPR-0019 Sue JarvisEcosystems & Indigenous Biodiversity
DEFDEF (Definition)Indigenous Vegetation ClearanceDPR-0019Sue Jarvis006Support

​Supports the definition of indigenous vegetation clearance. ​​

Retain as notified

DPR-0019 Sue JarvisEcosystems & Indigenous Biodiversity
EIBR (Rule)EIB-R1DPR-0019Sue Jarvis007Support In Part

Supports EIB-R1.16, EIB-R1.18 and EIB-R1.20 that seek to protect the habitat of two endangered species but considers that there may be other animal or plant species that need protection. 

​Not specified

DPR-0019 Sue JarvisEcosystems & Indigenous Biodiversity
REZONINGMAPRezoningDPR-0020Roger & Gwenda Smithies001Support In Part

​Considers that Council should give consideration to providing for smaller rural sections beyond and around the fringe of the Rolleston Structure Plan boundaries by allowing for subdivision into 1 acre sections within the area bounded by Selwyn Road, Spring​​ston Rolleston Road, Waterholes Road and Boundary Roads. Considers that this would keep the rural and green belt feel of the area but allow for more growth and significantly more housing/garden options than is possible in the much smaller conventionally sized sections within the township.

​Amend the relevant provisions to allow subdivision into 1 acre lots beyond and around the fringe of the Rolleston Structure Plan in the area bounded by Selwyn Road, Spring​​ston Rolleston Road, Waterholes Road and Boundary Roads. 

DPR-0020 Roger and Gwenda SmithiesRezoning Requests
GRUZR (Rule)GRUZ-R6DPR-0022Grant Carr001Support In Part

​​​​Supports GRUZ-R6 but seeks that specific conditions imposed on the existing consented family flat limiting occupation to specific family members be altered or removed so as to align with the proposed policy. 

​Retain as notified but seeks to have relevant conditions attached to their existing resource consent varied to align with proposed policy.

DPR-0022 Grant CarrGeneral Rural Zone
DESMAPSDC-114DPR-0023Hamish Mercer001Oppose In Part

​Considers that the boundary of the designation should be realigned such that it is clear of the accessway to 42 Leeston and Lake Road.

​Amend boundary of SDC-114 such that it does not affect clear and safe entry and exit from and to 42 Leeston and Lake Road.

DPR-0023 Hamish MercerDesignations
DEVMAPRezoningDPR-0024Heather Jonson001Oppose

Seeks that DEV-LI5 be set aside for an Aquatic Centre with car parking which will serve the people of Lincoln and surrounds. If this area is not designated for the above it still needs to be retained as a reserve for future community development.

​Rezone DEV-LI5 from residential to recreational amenities.

DPR-0024 Heather JonsonRezoning Requests
DEVMAPRezoningDPR-0024Heather Jonson002Oppose

​Seeks that DEV-LI6 be rezoned from residential to medical and associated services as considers that this is needed due to growth in the area (especially of the elderly population) and the gap in medical and complimentary health services.

​​Rezone DEV-LI6 from residential to provide for health and associated services.

DPR-0024 Heather JonsonRezoning Requests
NON-DPRNON-DPRDPR-0024Heather Jonson003Neither Support Nor Oppose

Considers that with the high number of accidents at intersections in Selwyn the placing of speed bumps before every stop sign at high accident intersections would assist in accident prevention.

​Requests the placement of speed bumps at every accident prone intersection.

DPR-0024 Heather JonsonNo Hearing
NON-DPRNON-DPRDPR-0024Heather Jonson004Neither Support Nor Oppose

​Considers that the new retail development on Vernon Drive and a new Health Centre will add to the current congestion at this corner.  Either a roundabout or traffic lights will allow traffic to flow more freely and act as a speed control on Gerald Street.

Requests construction of a roundabout at the T intersection between Gerald St and Vernon Drive.

DPR-0024 Heather JonsonNo Hearing
NON-DPRNON-DPRDPR-0024Heather Jonson005Neither Support Nor Oppose

​Considers that with the opening of the new primary school Ararira and more people walking and cycling since the lockdown, people wish to see more safety on the roads within subdivisions and places where pedestrians, cyclists and cars mix. Proposes several changes speed limits in the Lincoln area to make roads safer.


 

 

​Requests the following speed limit changes:

1. 40 kph limit on all roads within subdivisions.
2. 40 kph or 30 kph limit on Birches Road from the corner of Boundary Road to the corner of Fitz Place.
3. 30 kph limit on Birches Road and Edward Street from the corners of Fitz Place over the bridge through to West Belt.
4. 50kph speed limit on Springs Road prior to the entrance to the new subdivision adjacent to Lincoln University.

DPR-0024 Heather JonsonNo Hearing
NON-DPRNON-DPRDPR-0024Heather Jonson006Oppose

Considers that Lincoln is expanding rapidly and will continue to do so as per the zoning for future subdivisions. This area needs to be set aside for an Aquatic Centre with car parking which will serve the people of Lincoln and surrounds. If this area is not designated for the above it still needs to be retained as a reserve for future community development.

Requests that a new Aquatic Centre to be built within the next five years at this locality (in DEV-LI5).

DPR-0024 Heather JonsonNo Hearing
RESZMAPGRZDPR-0025Charles & Elaine Williams001Support

​Supports new residential zoning category of land at 29 Stonebridge Way Prebbleton (now General Residential).

​Retain General Residential zoning category as notified at 29 Stonebridge Way (LOT 40 DP 80574 BLK I HALSWELL SD), Prebbleton.

DPR-0025 Charles and Elaine WilliamsRezoning Requests
SUBREQ (Rule Requirement)SUB-REQ1DPR-0026Keith & Angela Braithwaite001Support

​Supports the requirement for a minimum average site area of 650sqm for sites in the General Residential Zone.

​Retain as notified.

DPR-0026 Keith and Angela BraithwaiteSubdivision & Public Access
NOISEP (Policy)NOISE-P7DPR-0027Nigel & Penny Thomson001Oppose

Considers that the wording of the provision does not acknowledge that there are existing legitimate noise sensitive activities within the NZDF West Melton Rifle Range noise control overlays.  

Amend provision to add the word 'additional'  so it reads ...by avoiding additional noise sensitive activities...

DPR-0027 Nigel and Penny ThomsonNoise
NOISEP (Policy)NOISE-P7DPR-0027Nigel & Penny Thomson002Oppose

Considers that the wording and intent of the provision is confusing, as a rifle range is not infrastructure in terms of the definition of infrastructure under the RMA as referenced in the interpretation section of the Proposed District Plan.

​Requests that a new policy be included that is specific to the West Melton Rifle Range, or that the existing policy is amended to remove the reference to strategic infrastructure.

DPR-0027 Nigel and Penny ThomsonNoise
NOISER (Rule)NOISE-R7DPR-0027Nigel & Penny Thomson003Oppose

Considers that the provision is confusing and restrictive for existing legitimate activities occurring within the NZDF West Melton Rifle Range 65 dM Ldn Noise Control Overlay.

Observes that the NZDF West Melton Rifle Range site is already protected by a long established designation to which there are no conditions, and many noise sensitive activities within the 65 dB Ldn overlay have existed for a long time, are fully aware of the rifle range activities and noise, and do not find the noise from the rifle range problematic. Considers that there are other noise sources in the area such as training flight paths from the West Melton Aerodrome and traffic noise which could be considered far more intrusive that existing rifle range activity, and that that the use of modern building and noise attenuation technologies can effectively mitigate potential noise from all of these sources, including noise from the rifle range.​

​Amend activity status within the NZDF West Melton Rifle Range 65dM Ldn Noise Control Overlay from Non-Complying to Discretionary, with discretion exercised in relation to noise attenuation.

DPR-0027 Nigel and Penny ThomsonNoise
NOISER (Rule)NOISE-R7DPR-0027Nigel & Penny Thomson004Oppose

Considers the use of the term 'alteration' in the provision is restrictive and the wording of the rule is confusing.

The definition of 'alteration' relates only to heritage buildings, however it seems unlikely that this is the intention of the rule.

Considers that, as currently written, any alteration to a building which will be occupied by a noise sensitive activity is potentially non-compliant, and it is not clear if this excludes existing noise sensitive activities. This is problematic as particularly for older buildings, new appropriately designed and built alterations and additions are likely to improve noise mitigation effects.

​Amend provision to delete the word 'alteration'

DPR-0027 Nigel and Penny ThomsonNoise
GRUZMAPRezoning DPR-0028Tony Stewart001Oppose In Part

Considers that the residential density in SCA-RD9 - Claremont should be amended to allow for the ability to subdivide to a minimum of 2500m2 as the area is right on the edge of Templeton, and in time will inevitably see population sprawl outwards from Templeton / Christchurch.

Amend density controls in SCA-RD9 - Claremont to provide the option for further subdivision. 

DPR-0028 Tony StewartRezoning Requests
DESDES (Designation)SDC-194DPR-0029Amy Charles001Oppose In Part

​Opposes the conditions proposed for SDC -194 that would allow the site to be developed to 8m in height and within 1m of the boundary as, if developed to these parameters, would mean that development would be highly visible and not consistent nor compatible with the surrounding area and would impact on the visual outlook of the street. 

Considers that any development to the maximum parameters should be properly notified. Queries why designation is so broad if Council does not intend at any stage to develop the property to the maximum parameters.

​Amend designation conditions for SDC-194 to keep with the existing visual amenity of the area by lowering the permitted height or increasing the setback requirement.

DPR-029 Amy CharlesDesignations
RESZR (Rule)LLRZ-R3DPR-0030Elizabeth Owen001Support

Considers that the proposed changes to the minor residential unit provisions, including changes to the limits on occupancy, will enable greater housing diversity, options for couples and small families in the residential zone, addresses options for shortages, and gives greater flexibility to smaller sections.

Also considers that there is a shortage of rental properties in Lincoln and Rolleston and that it is particularly hard to source two or three bedroom smaller homes.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0030 Elizabeth OwenResidential Zones
RESZR (Rule)LRZ-R3DPR-0030Elizabeth Owen002Support

Considers that the proposed changes to the minor residential unit provisions, including changes to the limits on occupancy, will enable greater housing diversity, options for couples and small families in the residential zone, addresses options for shortages, and gives greater flexibility to smaller sections.

Also considers that there is a shortage of rental properties in Lincoln and Rolleston and that it is particularly hard to source two or three bedroom smaller homes.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0030 Elizabeth OwenResidential Zones
RESZR (Rule)GRZ-R3DPR-0030Elizabeth Owen003Support

Considers that the proposed changes to the minor residential unit provisions, including changes to the limits on occupancy, will enable greater housing diversity, options for couples and small families in the residential zone, addresses options for shortages, and gives greater flexibility to smaller sections.

Also considers that there is a shortage of rental properties in Lincoln and Rolleston and that it is particularly hard to source two or three bedroom smaller homes.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0030 Elizabeth OwenResidential Zones
RESZR (Rule)SETZ-R3DPR-0030Elizabeth Owen004Support

Considers that the proposed changes to the minor residential unit provisions, including changes to the limits on occupancy, will enable greater housing diversity, options for couples and small families in the residential zone, addresses options for shortages, and gives greater flexibility to smaller sections.

Also considers that there is a shortage of rental properties in Lincoln and Rolleston and that it is particularly hard to source two or three bedroom smaller homes.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0030 Elizabeth OwenResidential Zones
NHR (Rule)NH-R2DPR-0031Warren Pettigrew001Oppose

​Considers that the requirement for new builds to have a floor level 300mm above the 200 year flood level is undesirable for a number of reasons. Refer to original submission for full reason.

​Amend imposed flood level mitigation measures.

DPR-0031 Warren PettigrewNatural Hazards
SDO (Objective)SD-UFD-O3DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 001Support In Part

​Support the integration of land use and infrastructure to create a more sustainable urban form. It is important though to recognise that this relies on a form that reduces private motor vehicle dependency and increases the viability of public transport services.

​Amend as follows:

Urban growth and development:

1. is of a form and density that supports the viable provision of public transport services and provides for well-integrated public transport infrastructure.

1 2  ...​

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilStrategic Directions
UGO (Objective)UG-O1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 002Support In Part

​Support the integration of land use and infrastructure to create a more sustainable urban form. It is important though to recognise that this relies on a form that reduces private motor vehicle dependency and increases the viability of public transport services.

​Amend as follows:

Urban growth is provided for in a strategic manner that:

...

7. ... ; and

8. Is of a form and density that supports the viable provision of public transport services and provides for well-integrated public transport infrastructure.

8 9 ...

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilUrban Growth
UGP (Policy)UG-P12DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 003Support In Part

​Support the integration of land use and infrastructure to create a more sustainable urban form. It is important though to recognise that this relies on a form that reduces private motor vehicle dependency and increases the viability of public transport services.

​Amend as follows:

Ensure the zoning of land ... provisions of infrastructure and public transport, and protect...

1. Aligning the zoning ... new infrastructure and public transport services, including through the staging of development;...

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilUrban Growth
UGP (Policy)UG-P13DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 004Support In Part

​Support the setting of minimum residential densities for urban growth areas. Considers that increased densities would better achieve efficiencies in coordination of land use and infrastructure, support mixed land use, support multi-modal transport systems and protect the productive land resource. Seeks amendment consistent with the recommendations of the Greater Christchurch Partnership technical report on density.

​Amend as follows:

Any new residential growth area within the Greater Christchurch area shall only occur where:

...

4. The minimum net densities of 12 15hh/ha for residential activities or 1 to 2hh/ha for rural residential activities are met;

...

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilUrban Growth
SDO (Objective)SD-UFD-O1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 005Support In Part

Consider that a change is needed to ensure that urban growth areas develop in an efficient manner that supports the provision of infrastructure and services, including public transport, and the achievement of consolidation.

​Amend as follows:

Urban growth is located only in or around adjoining existing townships...

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilStrategic Directions
SDO (Objective)SD-UFD-O1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 006Support In Part

​Submitter notes that the Greater Christchurch Partnership are developing a Social and Affordable Housing Action Plan. To accord with strategic direction/urban growth objectives and the National Policy Statement on Urban Development, provision for such housing should be in the plan.

​Amend plan to incorporate relevant recommendations from the Social and Affordable Housing Action Plan of the Greater Christchurch Partnership.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilStrategic Directions
SDO (Objective)SD-DI-O5DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 007Support

​Support as this will help support public transport, use of active modes and reduce travel demand.

Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilStrategic Directions
TRANO (Objective)TRAN-O1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 008Support In Part

​Considers that the objective does not clearly seek to reduce dependency on private motor vehicles and promote travel choice, placing pressure on Christchurch's road network.

​Amend as follows:

People and places are connected through safe, efficient, and convenient land transport corridors and land transport infrastructure for all transport modes, including connections to Christchurch City, which is well integrated with land use activities and subdivision development and reduces dependency on private motor vehicles.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilTransport
TRANP (Policy)TRAN-P1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 009Support

​Support this policy as it recognises cross-boundary connections.

Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilTransport
TRANP (Policy)TRAN-P2DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 010Support In Part

​Considers that the policy needs to highlight that land transport corridors include those of the Christchurch District.

​Amend as follows:

Manage any extensions to the District’s land transport network to ensure it occurs in an integrated way by:

1. Co-ordinating the timing of land use activities and subdivision development with the availability of capacity in land transport corridors, including those of the Christchurch District;

DPR-032 Christchurch City CouncilTransport
TRANP (Policy)TRAN-P3DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 011Support In Part

​Support in principle but considers the policy should more clearly promote active and public transport in the assessment of high trip generating activities.

​Amend as follows:

Require Integrated Transport Assessments to assess the effects of high trip generating activities on the surrounding land transport network to:

2. Establish whether the high trip generating activity can be supported by Encourage and provide for active transport modes, including accessibility to safe and convenient walking and cycling connections and access to public transport and public transport facilities.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilTransport
TRANR (Rule)TRAN-R8DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 012Support In Part

Considers that guidelines for the preparation of an Integrated Transport Assessment (ITA) should be included in the relevant rules of the plan.

​Amend relevant rules to include reference to guidelines for the preparation of an ITA.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilTransport
TRANP (Policy)TRAN-P5DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 013Support In Part

​Supports policy in principle but considers that the policy needs to be amended to include cycle parking requirements to provide more direction to decision makers.

​Amend as follows;

Promote a range of transport options to reduce the number of trips and distances travelled in private motor vehicles by:

...

3. Ensuring land use activities provide an adequate amount of safe, secure, and convenient cycle parking.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilTransport
TRANP (Policy)TRAN-P6DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 014Support

​Support policy as promotes transport modes with low environmental effects.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilTransport
TRANP (Policy)TRAN-P7DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 015Support In Part

​Support principle of policy but considers that an amendment is needed to recognise that the land transport network and systems should support the safe and efficient movement of people and goods by a range of transport modes.

​Amend as follows:

Recognise and protect the function of the District’s land transport network and systems by managing land use activities and subdivision development to ensure the safe and efficient movement of people and goods, including through public and active transport, by:

...

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilTransport
TRANMAT (Matter)TRAN-MAT1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 016Support

​Supports matter as notified.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilTransport
EIBR (Rule)EIB-R1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 017Support

​Considers the rule is consistent with the management approach in Christchurch District in respect of the management of indigenous biodiversity in the Port Hills.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilEcosystems & Indigenous Biodiversity
EIBMAT (Matter)EIB-MAT1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 018Support

​Supports this matter as necessary to ensure assessments of significance occur in accordance with the Regional Policy Statement.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilEcosystems & Indigenous Biodiversity
EIBSCHED (Schedule)EIB-SCHED1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 019Support

​Supports this schedule.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilEcosystems & Indigenous Biodiversity
EIBSCHED (Schedule)EIB-SCHED3DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 020Support

​Supports this schedule as consistent with the approach in the Christchurch District Plan where a similar schedule exists in the Port Hills area. 

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilEcosystems & Indigenous Biodiversity
NATCSCHED (Schedule)NATC-SCHED2DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 021Support

​Supports classification of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere as waterbody with significant natural values.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Character
NATCSCHED (Schedule)NATC-SCHED4DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 022Support

​Supports the listed natural character qualities of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Character
NATCMAT (Matter)NATC-MAT1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 023Support

​Supports as this provision compliments a similar approach in the Christchurch City Plan.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Character
CESCHED (Schedule)CE-SCHED1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 024Support

​Supports the recognition of natural character values of Selwyn's coastal environment, including those of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere. This compliments the approach in the Christchurch District Plan.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilCoastal Environment
CESCHED (Schedule)CE-SCHED3DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 025Support

​Supports the schedule as it recognises the significant natural character of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere. This compliments a similar approach in the Christchurch District Plan.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilCoastal Environment
CER (Rule)CE-R2DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 026Support

​Support CE-R2.3 as it compliments approaches in the Christchurch District Plan to protect the natural character of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilCoastal Environment
NFLSCHED (Schedule)NFL-SCHED1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 027Support

​Supports NFL-SCHED1 relating to natural landscape values as they compliment the approach in the Christchurch District Plan to protect Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLSCHED (Schedule)NFL-SCHED1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 028Support

​Supports the inclusion of Banks Peninsula as an Outstanding Natural Landscape, consistent with how it is identified in the Christchurch District Plan.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLSCHED (Schedule)NFL-SCHED2DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 029Support

​Supports the inclusion of Banks Peninsula as a Visual Amenity Landscape as this is consistent with a similar notation in the Christchurch District Plan.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLR (Rule)NFL-R1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 030Support In Part

​Supports NFL-R1.1 in principle but considers that the range of permitted activities relating to buildings is too permissive compared to the Christchurch District Plan in respect to Outstanding Natural Landscape at Banks Peninsula. 

Amend the rules for the Banks Peninsula ONL to provide for a similar range and size of buildings as permitted activities as that contained in the Christchurch District Plan.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLR (Rule)NFL-R4DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 031Support

​Support as compliments the approach taken in the Christchurch District Plan to earthworks within the Banks Peninsula Outstanding Natural Landscape.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLR (Rule)NFL-R5DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 032Support

​Support as compliments the Christchurch District Plan approach to managing plantation forestry in the Banks Peninsula Outstanding Natural Landscape.

​Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
ASWP (Policy)ASW-P1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 033Oppose In Part

Considers that allowing a wider range of motorised watercraft activities on Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere than customary harvesting, fishing, shooting and conservation activities might significantly impact the natural and cultural values of the lake. The Christchurch District Plan limits watercraft use to existing activities for this reason.

Amend as follows:

Enable the use of motorised and non-motorised watercraft on the surface of water bodies while controlling motorised watercraft on the surface of the District’s high country lakes and Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere to manage adverse effects on threatened indigenous fauna

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilActivities on the Surface of Water
ASWR (Rule)ASW-R1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 034Oppose In Part

​Consistent with DPR-0032.051, considers that allowing a wider range of motorised watercraft activities on Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere than customary harvesting, fishing, shooting and conservation activities might significantly impact the natural and cultural values of the lake. The Christchurch District Plan limits watercraft use to existing activities for this reason.

​Amend as follows:

1. Use of motorised watercraft on the surface of water bodies except where ASW-R1.3 or ASW-R1.x applies; or

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilActivities on the Surface of Water
GRUZR (Rule)GRUZ-R21DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 035Support In Part

​Support in principle however considers that dust should be included as a relevant matter of discretion on amenity grounds (distinct from a regional council considering contaminants in dust). The rule should also consider amenity effects from rehabilitation activities.

​Amend as follows:

Matters for discretion:

2. ...

a. Effects on amenity values, including dust nuisance, during the establishment, rehabilitation, and operation of the site from the scale and intensity of the mineral extraction, including any cumulative effect, the location of buildings and plant, but excluding those caused by dust.

DPR-032 Christchurch City CouncilGeneral Rural Zone
GRUZR (Rule)GRUZ-R21DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 036Support In Part

​Support in principle but the rule should require quarry applications  include a stronger commitment to implement rehabilitation plans, to accord with GRUZ-P9. Considers rule should provide clearer direction on the mandatory content of plans and environmental outcomes sought. The plans should also be undertaken progressively within a reasonable timeframe.

​Amend as follows:

Matters for discretion:

2. ...

b. The preparation and commitment to implement of a site rehabilitation plan. This may shall include but is not limited to: 

i. the end use of the site that maintains or enhances the amenity values of the surrounding area and method used to achieve this;

ii. duration and staging of rehabilitation to minimise the period of any adverse amenity affects, such as dust nuisance; and

...

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilGeneral Rural Zone
GRUZP (Policy)GRUZ-P9DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 037Support In Part

​Considers that rehabilitation plans should also include measures to mitigate potential instability of land / susceptibility to subsidence and erosion, particularly for neighbouring properties.

Amend to require that rehabilitation plans include measures to mitigate potential instability of land / susceptibility to subsidence and erosion.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilGeneral Rural Zone
GRUZR (Rule)GRUZ-R21DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 038Support In Part

​Considers that rehabilitation plans should also include measures to mitigate potential instability of land / susceptibility to subsidence and erosion, particularly for neighbouring properties.

Amend to require that rehabilitation plans include measures to mitigate potential instability of land / susceptibility to subsidence and erosion.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilGeneral Rural Zone
CER (Rule)CE-R3DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 039Support

Supports R3.2 as it compliments approaches in the Christchurch District Plan to protect the natural character of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

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DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilCoastal Environment
CER (Rule)CE-R3DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 040Support

Supports R3.5 as it compliments approaches in the Christchurch District Plan to protect the natural character of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

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DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilCoastal Environment
CER (Rule)CE-R3DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 041Support

Supports R3.9 as it compliments approaches in the Christchurch District Plan to protect the natural character of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

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DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilCoastal Environment
CER (Rule)CE-R4DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 042Support

Supports R4.2 as it compliments approaches in the Christchurch District Plan to protect the natural character of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

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DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilCoastal Environment
CER (Rule)CE-R5DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 043Support

Supports R5.3a as it compliments approaches in the Christchurch District Plan to protect the natural character of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

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DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilCoastal Environment
NFLR (Rule)NFL-R1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 044Support

Supports NFL-R1.3 relating to natural landscape values as they compliment the approach in the Christchurch District Plan to protect Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

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DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLR (Rule)NFL-R1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 045Support

Supports NFL-R1.4 relating to natural landscape values as they compliment the approach in the Christchurch District Plan to protect Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

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DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLR (Rule)NFL-R2DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 046Support

Supports NFL-R2.3 relating to natural landscape values as they compliment the approach in the Christchurch District Plan to protect Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

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DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLMAT (Matter)NFL-MAT1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 047Support

Supports NFL-MAT1 relating to natural landscape values as they compliment the approach in the Christchurch District Plan to protect Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

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DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLMAT (Matter)NFL-MAT2DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 048Support

Supports NFL-MAT2 relating to natural landscape values as they compliment the approach in the Christchurch District Plan to protect Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

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DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLMAT (Matter)NFL-MAT3DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 049Support

Supports NFL-MAT3 relating to natural landscape values as they compliment the approach in the Christchurch District Plan to protect Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.

Retain as notified

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
NFLR (Rule)NFL-R2DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 050Support In Part

Supports NFL-R2.2 in principle but considers that the range of permitted activities relating to buildings is too permissive compared to the Christchurch District Plan in respect to Outstanding Natural Landscape at Banks Peninsula. 

Amend the rules for the Banks Peninsula ONL to provide for a similar range and size of buildings as permitted activities as that contained in the Christchurch District Plan.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilNatural Features & Landscapes
ASWR (Rule)NewDPR-0032Christchurch City Council 051Oppose In Part

​Considers that allowing a wider range of motorised watercraft activities on Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere than customary harvesting, fishing, shooting and conservation activities might significantly impact the natural and cultural values of the lake. The Christchurch District Plan limits watercraft use to existing activities for this reason.

Insert a new rule specific to Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere which restricts the use of motorised watercraft on Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere to activities associated with customary harvesting, commercial and recreational fishing, game bird shooting and lake management or conservation activities.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilActivities on the Surface of Water
UGO (Objective)UG-O1DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 052Support In Part

​Submitter notes that the Greater Christchurch Partnership are developing a Social and Affordable Housing Action Plan. To accord with strategic direction/urban growth objectives and the National Policy Statement on Urban Development, provision for such housing should be in the plan.

​Amend plan to incorporate relevant recommendations from the Social and Affordable Housing Action Plan of the Greater Christchurch Partnership.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilUrban Growth
UGO (Objective)UG-O3DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 053Support In Part

​Submitter notes that the Greater Christchurch Partnership are developing a Social and Affordable Housing Action Plan. To accord with strategic direction/urban growth objectives and the National Policy Statement on Urban Development, provision for such housing should be in the plan.

​Amend plan to incorporate relevant recommendations from the Social and Affordable Housing Action Plan of the Greater Christchurch Partnership.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilUrban Growth
UGP (Policy)UG-P17DPR-0032Christchurch City Council 054Support In Part

​Submitter notes that the Greater Christchurch Partnership are developing a Social and Affordable Housing Action Plan. To accord with strategic direction/urban growth objectives and the National Policy Statement on Urban Development, provision for such housing should be in the plan.

​Amend plan to incorporate relevant recommendations from the Social and Affordable Housing Action Plan of the Greater Christchurch Partnership.

DPR-0032 Christchurch City CouncilUrban Growth
GRUZR (Rule)GRUZ-R21DPR-0033Davina Louise Penny001Oppose In Part

Considers that the rock in the region is composed of greywacke which has a high crystalline silica content. Quarry operators rely on the criteria of the Victoria Environment Protection Agency which also has a clause of 500m where the material contains crystalline silica. Mitigation used in NZ is minimal and silica dust can disperse considerable distances. There are issues of reverse sensitivity and health that need to be considered and health experts have advocated for a 500m setback from quarry to property boundary. Suitable land for quarrying exists though some distance from residential areas (refer to submission for more detail).

​Amend so that a setback from the quarry boundary to property boundary of 500m is always required, regardless of mitigation measures proposed by applicants.

DPR-0033 Davina Louise PennyGeneral Rural Zone
UGP (Policy)UG-P9DPR-0033Davina Louise Penny002Oppose In Part

​Considers that the Proposed Plan needs to include Land Use Class (LUC) 3 within the bracket of highly productive land, not just LUC 1-2. This is in line with LUC classifications which identify LUC3 as being highly productive. Also, development is not the only factor in protecting highly productive land as land use can remove/sterilise the land from being usable, even after rehabilitation - example given of Templeton quarry which was on LUC 2-3 but deemed acceptable because use was not considered development. 

​Amend Proposed District Plan to include Highly Productive Land (Land Use Classes 1 - 3) and to ensure it is protected in line with the Proposed National Policy Statement on Highly Productive Land. Include 'land use' as well as 'development' to avoid loopholes being exploited.

DPR-0033 Davina Louise PennyUrban Growth; General Rural Zone
GRUZP (Policy)NewDPR-0033Davina Louise Penny003Oppose In Part

​Considers that the Proposed Plan needs to include Land Use Class (LUC) 3 within the bracket of highly productive land, not just LUC 1-2. This is in line with LUC classifications which identify LUC3 as being highly productive. Also, development is not the only factor in protecting highly productive land as land use can remove/sterilise the land from being usable, even after rehabilitation - example given of Templeton quarry which was on LUC 2-3 but deemed acceptable because use was not considered development. 

​Amend Proposed District Plan to include Highly Productive Land (Land Use Classes 1 - 3) and to ensure it is protected in line with the Proposed National Policy Statement on Highly Productive Land. Include 'land use' as well as 'development' to avoid loopholes being exploited.​

DPR-0033 Davina Louise PennyGeneral Rural Zone
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