Thursday 4 May 2023
Komiti mō te Whakarite Mahere, te Taiao, me ngā Papa Rēhia / Planning, Environment and Parks Committee
8 Auckland Unitary Plan - consideration of private plan change request - Riverhead South
A. Requested Plan Change Provisions 3
C. Clause 25, Schedule 1 - Resource Management Act 117
9 Draft Tāmaki Makaurau Future Development Strategy – approval for consultation
B. Initial Strategic Direction 119
10 Central Library Indicative Business Case
A. Indicative Business Case (full report) 121
B. Cost benefit analysis report 207
C. Community and mana whenua feedback summary report 259
11 Ngā Hapori Momoho | Thriving Communities grants allocation 2022/2023
A. Recommendation Summary 2022/2023 289
12 Regional Arts and Culture grants allocation: Round two 2022/2023
A. Assessment summary Rd 2 2022/23 291
B. Arts and Culture assessment matrix 295
C. Regional Arts and Culture strategic relationship grants 2022 297
ITEM TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE
13 Auckland Unitary Plan - Making operative Private Plan Change 72 - McKinney Road, Warkworth
14 Auckland Unitary Plan - Making operative Private Plan Change 77 - Pakuranga Golf Club
A. Decision on Plan Change 77 337
Planning, Environment and Parks Committee
04 May 2023
Resource Management Act 1991 – Schedule 1 – Clause 25
25 Local authority to consider request
(1) A local authority shall, within 30 working days of—
(a) receiving a request under clause 21; or
(b) receiving all required information or any report which was commissioned under clause 23; or
(c) modifying the request under clause 24—
whichever is the latest, decide under which of subclauses (2), (3), and (4), or a combination of subclauses (2) and (4), the request shall be dealt with.
(1A) The local authority must have particular regard to the evaluation report prepared for the proposed plan or change in accordance with clause 22(1)—
(a) when making a decision under subclause (1); and
(b) when dealing with the request under subclause (2), (3), or (4).
(2) The local authority may either—
(a) adopt the request, or part of the request, as if it were a proposed policy statement or plan made by the local authority itself and, if it does so,—
(i) the request must be notified in accordance with clause 5 or 5A within 4 months of the local authority adopting the request; and
(ii) the provisions of Part 1 or 4 must apply; and
(iii) the request has legal effect once publicly notified; or
(b) accept the request, in whole or in part, and proceed to notify the request, or part of the request, under clause 26.
(2AA) However, if a direction is applied for under section 80C, the period between the date of that application and the date when the application is declined under clause 77(1) must not be included in the calculation of the 4-month period specified by subclause (2)(a)(i).
(2A) Subclause (2)(a)(iii) is subject to section 86B.
(3) The local authority may decide to deal with the request as if it were an application for a resource consent and the provisions of Part 6 shall apply accordingly.
(4) The local authority may reject the request in whole or in part, but only on the grounds that—
(a) the request or part of the request is frivolous or vexatious; or
(b) within the last 2 years, the substance of the request or part of the request—
(i) has been considered and given effect to, or rejected by, the local authority or the Environment Court; or
(ii) has been given effect to by regulations made under section 360A; or
(c) the request or part of the request is not in accordance with sound resource management practice; or
(d) the request or part of the request would make the policy statement or plan inconsistent with Part 5; or
(e) in the case of a proposed change to a policy statement or plan, the policy statement or plan has been operative for less than 2 years.
(4A) A specified territorial authority must not accept or adopt a request if it does not incorporate the MDRS as required by section 77G(1).
(5) The local authority shall notify the person who made the request, within 10 working days, of its decision under this clause, and the reasons for that decision, including the decision on notification.