Kōmiti Whakarite Mahere / Planning Committee

 

OPEN MINUTES

 

 

Minutes of a meeting of the Planning Committee held remotely on Thursday, 4 November 2021 at 10.00am and is available to be viewed on the Auckland Council website:  https://councillive.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/

 

present

 

Chairperson

Cr Chris Darby

 

Deputy Chairperson

Cr Josephine Bartley

 

Members

Cr Dr Cathy Casey

 

 

Deputy Mayor Cr Bill Cashmore

 

 

Cr Fa’anana Efeso Collins

 

 

Cr Pippa Coom

 

 

Cr Linda Cooper, JP

 

 

Cr Angela Dalton

Until 6.15pm, Item 10

 

Cr Alf Filipaina

From 10.16am, Item 5.1

 

Cr Christine Fletcher, QSO

 

 

Mayor Hon Phil Goff, CNZM, JP

 

 

Cr Shane Henderson

 

 

Cr Tracy Mulholland

 

 

Cr Daniel Newman, JP

Until 6.30pm, Item 10

 

Cr Greg Sayers

 

 

Cr Desley Simpson, JP

 

 

Cr Sharon Stewart, QSM

 

 

IMSB Chair David Taipari (alternate)

Until 5.04pm

 

Cr Wayne Walker

 

 

Cr John Watson

 

 

IMSB Member Karen Wilson

Until 2.33pm, Item 10

 

Cr Paul Young

 

 

ABSENT

 

 

IMSB Member Hon Tau Henare

 

 

Cr Richard Hills

 

 

ALSO PRESENT

 

 

Troy Churton

Ōrākei Local Board

 

Scott Milne, JP

Chairperson, Ōrākei Local Board

 

Note:   all members of the committee and presenters attended the meeting via electronic link.

 


Planning Committee

04 November 2021

 

 

 

Note:   a roll call was conducted that ascertained the following members were in attendance at the commencement of the meeting:

 

Cr Chris Darby

ü

Cr Shane Henderson

ü

Cr Josephine Bartley

ü

Cr Richard Hills (apology)

 

Cr Dr Cathy Casey

ü

Cr Tracy Mulholland

ü

Deputy Mayor Cr Bill Cashmore

ü

Cr Daniel Newman, JP

ü

Cr Fa’anana Efeso Collins

ü

Cr Greg Sayers

ü

Cr Pippa Coom

ü

Cr Desley Simpson, JP

ü

Cr Linda Cooper, JP

ü

Cr Sharon Stewart, QSM

ü

Cr Angela Dalton

ü

IMSB Chair David Taipari (alternate)

ü

Cr Alf Filipaina

 

Cr Wayne Walker

ü

Cr Christine Fletcher, QSO

ü

Cr John Watson

ü

Mayor Hon Phil Goff, CNZM, JP

ü

IMSB Member Karen Wilson

ü

IMSB Member Hon Tau Henare (apology)

 

Cr Paul Young

ü

 

 

1          Apologies

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/119

MOVED by Cr C Darby, seconded by Cr D Simpson:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)          accept the apologies from:

Absence

IMSB Member T Henare
Cr R Hills

Early Departure

IMSB Member K Wilson

CARRIED

 

 

            Acknowlegdement

 

The Mayor acknowledged the recent passing of Dame Catherine Tizard. A minute’s silence was observed.

 

 

2          Declaration of Interest

 

There were no declarations of interest.

 


 

 

3          Confirmation of Minutes

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/120

MOVED by Cr C Darby, seconded by Cr J Bartley:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)          confirm the ordinary minutes of its meeting, held on Thursday, 30 September 2021, as a true and correct record.

CARRIED

 

 

4          Petitions

 

There were no petitions.

 

 

5          Public Input

 

5.1

Public Input: Keep the Auckland Dockline Tram running citizen group

 

Puneet Dhall and David Cawood were in attendance to speak with the committee.

Two documents and a presentation were provided. Copies have been placed on the official minutes and are available on the Auckland Council website as minutes attachments. 

 

Cr A Filipaina joined the meeting at 10.16am.

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/121

MOVED by Cr C Fletcher, seconded by Cr W Walker:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      receive the public input from the Keep the Auckland Dockline Tram running citizen group and thank Puneet Dhall and David Cawood for attending the meeting.

CARRIED

 

Attachments

a     4 November 2021, Planning Committee: Item 5.1, Public Input: Keep the Auckland Dockline Tram running citizen group, presentation

b     4 November 2021, Planning Committee: Item 5.1, Public Input: Keep the Auckland Dockline Tram running citizen group, list of members

c     4 November 2021, Planning Committee: Item 5.1, Public Input: Keep the Auckland Dockline Tram running citizen group, member comments

 

 

 

6          Local Board Input

 

6.1

Local Board Input: Orakei Local Board - Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply and Other Matters) Amendment Bill

 

Orakei Local Board Chairperson Scott Milne and Member Troy Churton were in attendance to speak with the committee.

Two documents were provided. Copies have been placed on the official minutes and are available on the Auckland Council website as minutes attachments. 

 

At 10.57am, Deputy Chairperson Cr J Bartley temporarily assumed the chair as Chairperson Cr C Darby experienced an electronic connection issue.

At 10.59am, Chairperson Cr C Darby re-established an electronic connection and resumed the chair.  

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/122

MOVED by Cr D Simpson, seconded by Cr C Fletcher:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      receive the Orakei Local Board input regarding the Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply and Other Matters) Amendment Bill, and thank local board Chair Scott Milne and Member Troy Churton for attending the meeting.

CARRIED

 

Attachments

a     4 November 2021, Planning Committee: Item 6.1, Local Board Input: Orakei Local Board - Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply and Other Matters) Amendment Bill, supporting information

b     4 November 2021, Planning Committee: Item 6.1, Local Board Input: Orakei Local Board - Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply and Other Matters) Amendment Bill, Orakei Local Board area map

 

 

7          Extraordinary Business

 

There was no extraordinary business.

 

 

8

Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply) Amendment Bill - seeking delegation to approve the Auckland Council submission

 

A presentation was provided. A copy has been placed on the official minutes and is available on the Auckland Council website as a minutes attachment.

 

MOVED by Cr C Darby, seconded by Mayor P Goff:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      delegate to the Mayor, Chair and Deputy Chair of the Planning Committee and Independent Māori Statutory Board Member Karen Wilson the authority to approve the council’s submission on the Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply) Amendment Bill.

b)      note that the submission will consider:

i)           the proposed Intensification Streamlined Planning Process, in particular the appropriateness of the proposed decision-making role of the Minister for the Environment

ii)          the proposed Medium Density Residential Standards, in particular the significant implications of enabling three-storey medium density development across most parts of urban Auckland (and some rural settlements) as well as the quality of development that would be enabled

iii)         other relevant aspects of the Bill. 

c)       note that the draft submission will be circulated to the Planning Committee on or about Thursday 11 November 2021 for urgent comment (i.e. a 24-hour turnaround) prior to final consideration by the delegated members in clause a).

d)      note that local boards have been provided with the opportunity to include their views as an attachment to the council submission, and that, if received in time, the delegated members in a) will be able to consider those views.

e)      note that Covid 19, uncertainty associated with the Bill and recent feedback from Mana Whenua requesting a high degree of involvement in the council’s response to the National Policy Statement on Urban Development are placing considerable strain on an already tight timeframe for the ‘intensification plan change’. An update and advice on these matters will be provided to the Planning Committee in a subsequent report.

 

 

At 10.56am, Deputy Chairperson Cr J Bartley temporarily assumed the chair as the Chairperson Cr C Darby experienced an electronic connection issue.

At 10.59am, Chairperson Cr C Darby re-established an electronic connection and resumed the chair.

 

Note:   a Point of Order was raised under Standing Order 1.7.2 f) and pursuant to Standing Order 1.4.9, Cr C Casey objected to the words used by Cr C Fletcher and requested that the objection and words be recorded as follows:

“rape, gang rape and non-consensual molestation”

 

At 12.10pm, Deputy Chairperson Cr J Bartley temporarily assumed the chair as Chairperson Cr C Darby experienced an electronic connection issue. 

At 12.13pm, Chairperson Cr C Darby re-established an electronic connection and resumed the chair.

 

 

The meeting adjourned at 1.03pm and reconvened at 1.32pm.

Note:   a roll call was conducted that ascertained the following members were in attendance at the commencement of the meeting:

Cr Chris Darby

ü

Cr Shane Henderson

ü

Cr Josephine Bartley

ü

Cr Richard Hills (apology)

 

Cr Dr Cathy Casey

ü

Cr Tracy Mulholland

ü

Deputy Mayor Cr Bill Cashmore

ü

Cr Daniel Newman, JP

ü

Cr Fa’anana Efeso Collins

ü

Cr Greg Sayers

ü

Cr Pippa Coom

ü

Cr Desley Simpson, JP

ü

Cr Linda Cooper, JP

ü

Cr Sharon Stewart, QSM

ü

Cr Angela Dalton

ü

IMSB Chair David Taipari (alternate)

 

Cr Alf Filipaina

ü

Cr Wayne Walker

ü

Cr Christine Fletcher, QSO

ü

Cr John Watson

ü

Mayor Hon Phil Goff, CNZM, JP

ü

IMSB Member Karen Wilson

 

IMSB Member Hon Tau Henare (apology)

 

Cr Paul Young

ü

 

 

 

Debate on the motion commenced.

 

IMSB Member K Wilson rejoined the meeting at 1.45pm.

IMSB Chair D Taipari rejoined the meeting at 1.45pm.

 

MOVED by Cr C Darby, seconded by Mayor P Goff:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      delegate to the Mayor, Chair and Deputy Chair of the Planning Committee and Independent Māori Statutory Board Member Karen Wilson the authority to approve the council’s submission on the Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply) Amendment Bill.

b)      note that the submission will consider:

i)         the proposed Intensification Streamlined Planning Process, in particular the appropriateness of the proposed decision-making role of the Minister for the Environment

ii)        the proposed Medium Density Residential Standards, in particular the significant implications of enabling three-storey medium density development across most parts of urban Auckland (and some rural settlements) as well as the quality of development that would be enabled

iv)         other relevant aspects of the Bill. 

c)       note that the draft submission will be circulated to the Planning Committee on or about Thursday 11 November 2021 for urgent comment (i.e. a 24-hour turnaround) prior to final consideration by the delegated members in clause a).

d)      note that local boards have been provided with the opportunity to include their views as an attachment to the council submission, and that, if received in time, the delegated members in a) will be able to consider those views.

e)      note that Covid 19, uncertainty associated with the Bill and recent feedback from Mana Whenua requesting a high degree of involvement in the council’s response to the National Policy Statement on Urban Development are placing considerable strain on an already tight timeframe for the ‘intensification plan change’. An update and advice on these matters will be provided to the Planning Committee in a subsequent report.

 

MOVED Cr W Walker, seconded by Cr S Stewart, an amendment by way of addition:

f)       agree that Council allocate a modest budget to inform Aucklanders of the likely consequences of the Resource management Amendment Bill and that this be undertaken with some urgency, including advertising in the appropriate media.

 

After debate, the mover and seconder withdrew the amendment with the agreement of the meeting.

 

Debate on the substantive motion continued.

 

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/123

MOVED by Cr C Darby, seconded by Mayor P Goff:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      delegate to the Mayor, Chair and Deputy Chair of the Planning Committee and Independent Māori Statutory Board Member Karen Wilson the authority to approve the council’s submission on the Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply) Amendment Bill.

b)      note that the submission will consider:

i)         the proposed Intensification Streamlined Planning Process, in particular the appropriateness of the proposed decision-making role of the Minister for the Environment

ii)        the proposed Medium Density Residential Standards, in particular the significant implications of enabling three-storey medium density development across most parts of urban Auckland (and some rural settlements) as well as the quality of development that would be enabled

iii)       other relevant aspects of the Bill. 

c)      note that the draft submission will be circulated to the Planning Committee on or about Thursday 11 November 2021 for urgent comment (i.e. a 24-hour turnaround) prior to final consideration by the delegated members in clause a).

d)      note that local boards have been provided with the opportunity to include their views as an attachment to the council submission, and that, if received in time, the delegated members in clause a) will be able to consider those views.

e)      note that Covid 19, uncertainty associated with the Bill and recent feedback from Mana Whenua requesting a high degree of involvement in the council’s response to the National Policy Statement on Urban Development are placing considerable strain on an already tight timeframe for the ‘intensification plan change’. An update and advice on these matters will be provided to the Planning Committee in a subsequent report.

CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

 

 

Attachments

a     4 November 2021, Planning Committee: Item 8 Resource Management (Enabling Housing Supply) Amendment Bill - seeking delegation to approve the Auckland Council submission, presentation

 

 

9

Review of Auckland Transport Parking Strategy – strategic direction

 

IMSB Member K Wilson left the meeting at 2.33 pm.

 

A presentation was provided. A copy has been placed on the official minutes and is available on the Auckland Council website as a minutes attachment.

Note:   changes were made, amending clause a) and adding new clauses b) and c), as Chairperson’s recommendations.

 

MOVED by Cr C Darby, seconded by Deputy Mayor BC Cashmore:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      endorse the following objective and principles, as recommended as a package by the Auckland Transport Board, as forming the strategic direction underpinning the development of the 2022 Parking Strategy:

i)       Key Objective: Management of parking assets within (and beyond) the road corridor makes a significant, deliberate and effective contribution to enabling our transport objectives, including: improving the resilience and sustainability of the transport system and significantly reducing the greenhouse gas emissions it generates; accelerating better travel choices for Aucklanders; better connecting people, places, goods and services; making the transport system safe by eliminating harm to people; enabling and supporting growth.

ii)       Principles guiding the role of the road corridor, and the role of parking within the corridor:

A)      The Auckland road network is a key public asset that needs to be managed to benefit all Aucklanders by ensuring safe and effective connectivity for all modes and supporting land use outcomes, including through property access. Existing strategic planning policies and tools, including the Roads and Streets Framework, provide a sound basis for decision about the allocation of road space.

B)      As a general principle, road-space will be managed to prioritise safe and efficient movement of people, goods and services alongside the place value of a location. Kerbside space allocation will typically provide for (in order of priority):

1)      Safety

2)      Strategic transport networks (public transport, cycling, walking, freight and general traffic)

3)      Recognise the role/needs of adjacent land uses

4)      Land use overflow parking.

C)      The criticality of road space for property access, loading and servicing and mobility/accessibility needs must be recognised and supported.

D)      Road space also serves other important functions, for example relaying utilities and for providing trees and planting. Auckland has over 7,000kms of roads and streets - a significant amount of the region’s public space.

E)      To support future development of Auckland’s transport network and achieve Council objectives (and government policy), the allocation of road-space will need to change over time. This means Aucklanders cannot rely on the public realm for longer-duration storage of vehicles and land use should provide for its own longer-duration parking and servicing needs.

F)      To support fast and cost-efficient project delivery, when projects occur on current strategic public transport, cycle & micromobility, general traffic or freight networks, parking will automatically need to be reallocated to other modes or uses.

iii)      Principles guiding how the strategy should be developed with our communities:

A)      Auckland’s communities are diverse and, to support equity, different approaches will need to be taken to different areas, tailoring the approach to the transport infrastructure, patterns and needs and land use characteristics of each area, and the availability of sustainable mode options. 

B)      Pro-active parking management should occur first in the areas with greatest readiness for change and then roll outwards.

C)      The highest level of pro-active parking intervention, which will focus on reducing car use for all trip purposes, should occur in areas with the greatest capacity / readiness for change, while the next level of intervention will focus on encouraging a shift to more sustainable modes for commuting.

D)      Parking management in each area will be updated over time as the public transport and active modes networks are improved and land use changes

E)      Parking management will also continue to be applied reactively across Auckland in response to areas of high parking demand or other issues that impact the transport network

F)      Our community’s receptiveness to change is diverse. The approach to public engagement will aim to take our communities with us through the changes arising from the parking strategy. 

b)          note that the proposed Parking Discussion document will be based on the above principles and provide an opportunity for Aucklanders to engage on parking issues.

c)          note that following staff consideration and analysis of the feedback received on the proposed Parking Discussion document, the draft Parking Strategy will be presented to the Planning Committee for endorsement ahead of a full public consultation in early 2022, and the final Parking Strategy will be subject to endorsement by the Planning Committee in mid-2022.

d)          delegate the endorsement of a Parking Discussion Document to the Chair and Deputy Chair of the Planning Committee, the Deputy Mayor and a member of the Independent Māori Statutory Board, ahead of release in November 2021, which will be used as part of the scene setting on the need for change ahead of formal public consultation on the Parking Strategy in early 2022.

 

 

 

Extension of Time

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/124

At 3.55pm, it was:

MOVED by Cr C Darby, seconded by Cr A Dalton:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)         agree pursuant to standing order 1.1.3 that an extension of time be granted to allow the business of the meeting to be completed.

CARRIED

 

Cr D Newman returned to the meeting at 4.07pm.

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/125

MOVED by Cr C Darby, seconded by Deputy Mayor BC Cashmore:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      endorse the following objective and principles, as recommended as a package by the Auckland Transport Board, as forming the strategic direction underpinning the development of the 2022 Parking Strategy:

i)       Key Objective: Management of parking assets within (and beyond) the road corridor makes a significant, deliberate and effective contribution to enabling our transport objectives, including: improving the resilience and sustainability of the transport system and significantly reducing the greenhouse gas emissions it generates; accelerating better travel choices for Aucklanders; better connecting people, places, goods and services; making the transport system safe by eliminating harm to people; enabling and supporting growth.

ii)      Principles guiding the role of the road corridor, and the role of parking within the corridor:

A)      The Auckland road network is a key public asset that needs to be managed to benefit all Aucklanders by ensuring safe and effective connectivity for all modes and supporting land use outcomes, including through property access. Existing strategic planning policies and tools, including the Roads and Streets Framework, provide a sound basis for decision about the allocation of road space.

B)      As a general principle, road-space will be managed to prioritise safe and efficient movement of people, goods and services alongside the place value of a location. Kerbside space allocation will typically provide for (in order of priority):

1)      Safety

2)      Strategic transport networks (public transport, cycling, walking, freight and general traffic)

3)      Recognise the role/needs of adjacent land uses

4)      Land use overflow parking.

C)      The criticality of road space for property access, loading and servicing and mobility/accessibility needs must be recognised and supported.

 

D)      Road space also serves other important functions, for example relaying utilities and for providing trees and planting. Auckland has over 7,000kms of roads and streets - a significant amount of the region’s public space.

E)      To support future development of Auckland’s transport network and achieve Council objectives (and government policy), the allocation of road-space will need to change over time. This means Aucklanders cannot rely on the public realm for longer-duration storage of vehicles and land use should provide for its own longer-duration parking and servicing needs.

F)      To support fast and cost-efficient project delivery, when projects occur on current strategic public transport, cycle & micromobility, general traffic or freight networks, parking will automatically need to be reallocated to other modes or uses.

iii)     Principles guiding how the strategy should be developed with our communities:

A)      Auckland’s communities are diverse and, to support equity, different approaches will need to be taken to different areas, tailoring the approach to the transport infrastructure, patterns and needs and land use characteristics of each area, and the availability of sustainable mode options. 

B)      Pro-active parking management should occur first in the areas with greatest readiness for change and then roll outwards.

C)      The highest level of pro-active parking intervention, which will focus on reducing car use for all trip purposes, should occur in areas with the greatest capacity / readiness for change, while the next level of intervention will focus on encouraging a shift to more sustainable modes for commuting.

D)      Parking management in each area will be updated over time as the public transport and active modes networks are improved and land use changes

E)      Parking management will also continue to be applied reactively across Auckland in response to areas of high parking demand or other issues that impact the transport network

F)      Our community’s receptiveness to change is diverse. The approach to public engagement will aim to take our communities with us through the changes arising from the parking strategy. 

e)          note that the proposed Parking Discussion document will be based on the above principles and provide an opportunity for Aucklanders to engage on parking issues.

f)           note that following staff consideration and analysis of the feedback received on the proposed Parking Discussion document, the draft Parking Strategy will be presented to the Planning Committee for endorsement ahead of a full public consultation in early 2022, and the final Parking Strategy will be subject to endorsement by the Planning Committee in mid-2022.

g)         delegate the endorsement of a Parking Discussion Document to the Chair and Deputy Chair of the Planning Committee, the Deputy Mayor and a member of the Independent Māori Statutory Board, ahead of release in November 2021, which will be used as part of the scene setting on the need for change ahead of formal public consultation on the Parking Strategy in early 2022.

 

A division was called for, voting on which was as follows:

For

Cr J Bartley

Cr C Casey

Deputy Mayor BC Cashmore

Cr E Collins

Cr P Coom

Cr L Cooper

Cr A Dalton

Cr C Darby

Cr A Filipaina

Mayor P Goff

Cr S Henderson

Cr D Newman

Cr W Walker

Cr J Watson

Cr P Young

Against

Cr C Fletcher

Cr T Mulholland

Cr G Sayers

Cr D Simpson

Cr S Stewart

Abstained

 

The motion was declared carried by 15 votes to 5.

CARRIED

 

Note:   IMSB Chair D Taipari experienced an electronic connection issue and was not able to register a vote for the division.

 

Attachments

a     4 November 2021, Planning Committee: Item 9 Review of Auckland Transport Parking Strategy – strategic direction, presentation

 

 

IMSB Chair D Taipari retired from the meeting 5.04pm.

 

The meeting adjourned at 5.04pm and reconvened at 5.10pm.

 

Cr E Collins was not present.

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

Wynyard Quarter Tram

 

A presentation and a document were provided. Copies have been placed on the official minutes and are available on the Auckland Council website as minutes attachments.

 

Cr E Collins returned to the meeting at 5.30pm.

Cr A Dalton retired from the meeting at 6.15pm.

Cr D Newman left the meeting at 6.30pm.

 

Note:   changes were incorporated under clause a) with the agreement of the meeting.

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/126

MOVED by Cr C Darby, seconded by Cr L Cooper:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      endorse the Eke Panuku Board decision to cease the operation of the tram in Wynyard Quarter in late 2022 (option 2 in the report).

b)      note that all costs associated with cessation of the tram, removal and reinstatement of tram infrastructure is unbudgeted and will need to be found by Eke Panuku from existing budgets.

c)      note that Eke Panuku will agree a handover strategy for the tram assets and infrastructure so it can continue to be used as a visitor attraction at MOTAT (the Museum of Transport and Technology).

d)      note that a comprehensive stakeholder communications plan will be implemented after the Planning Committee decision.

 

A division was called for, voting on which was as follows:

For

Cr J Bartley

Cr C Casey

Deputy Mayor BC Cashmore

Cr E Collins

Cr P Coom

Cr L Cooper

Cr C Darby

Cr A Filipaina

Mayor P Goff

Cr S Henderson

Cr D Newman

Cr D Simpson

Cr P Young

Against

Cr C Fletcher

Cr T Mulholland

Cr G Sayers

Cr S Stewart

Cr W Walker

Cr J Watson

Abstained

 

The motion was declared carried by 13 votes to 6.

CARRIED

 

Attachments

a     4 November 2021, Planning Committee: Item 10 Wynyard Quarter Tram, presentation

b     4 November 2021, Planning Committee: Item 10 Wynyard Quarter Tram, resolution of the Waitemata Local Board 2 November

 

 


 

 

 

11

Submission on a proposed new national waste strategy and associated waste legislation

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/127

MOVED by Cr P Coom, seconded by Cr L Cooper:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)          delegate authority to the Deputy Chair of the Environment and Climate Change Committee Councillor P Coom, Councillor L Cooper, and an Independent Māori Statutory Board member to approve the council’s submission on the Ministry for the Environment’s proposed changes to waste legislation and a proposed new waste strategy.

CARRIED

 

 

 

12

Auckland Unitary Plan (Operative in Part) – Making the Brookby Quarry Decision Provisions Operative

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/128

MOVED by Cr E Collins, seconded by Deputy Mayor BC Cashmore:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      note that section 152 of the Local Government (Auckland Transitional Provisions) Act 2010 deems those parts of the proposed Auckland Unitary Plan (Operative in Part) no longer under appeal to have been approved by the council under clause 17(1) of Schedule 1 of the Resource Management Act 1991 and that on this basis the Brookby Quarry decision provisions are deemed to have been approved by council.

b)      request staff to undertake the steps in Schedule 1 of the Resource Management Act 1991 to make the Brookby Quarry decision provisions operative in the Auckland Unitary Plan (Operative in Part).

CARRIED

 

 

 

13

Auckland Unitary Plan (Operative in part) – Making operative Private Plan Change 57 – Royal Auckland and Grange Golf Club

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/129

MOVED by Cr L Cooper, seconded by Cr P Young:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      approve Private Plan Change 57 – Royal Auckland and Grange Golf Club to the Auckland Unitary Plan (Operative in part) under clause 17(2) of Schedule 1 of the Resource Management Act 1991.

b)      request staff to complete the necessary statutory processes to publicly notify the date on which the plan change becomes operative as soon as possible, in accordance with the requirements in clause 20(2) of Schedule 1 of the Resource Management Act 1991.

CARRIED

 

 

 

14

Summary of Planning Committee information items and briefings (including the forward work programme) – 4 November 2021

 

Resolution number PLA/2021/130

MOVED by Cr J Bartley, seconded by Cr C Casey:  

That the Planning Committee:

a)      tuhi / note the progress on the forward work programme included as Attachment A of the agenda report.

b)      riro / receive the Summary of Planning Committee information items and briefings – 4 November 2021.

CARRIED

 

 

 

 

15        Consideration of Extraordinary Items

 

There was no consideration of extraordinary items.

 

 

 

 

6.57 pm                                              The Chairperson thanked Members for their attendance and attention to business and declared the meeting closed.

 

CONFIRMED AS A TRUE AND CORRECT RECORD AT A MEETING OF THE Planning Committee HELD ON

 

 

 

DATE:.........................................................................

 

 

 

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