When did the Waikato Regional plan become operative?

When did the Waikato Regional plan become operative?

The Minister approved the plan change on Thursday 10 September 2020. This plan change became operative on 12 October 2020.

What is a district plan NZ?

A District Plan may state: the significant resource management issues for the district; the methods, other than rules, for implementing the policies for the district; any other information for the purpose of the territorial authority’s functions, powers, and duties under the Resource Management Act.

What area does Waikato council cover?

1,231 mi²
Waikato District/Area

How much does it cost to subdivide land Waikato?

As a guideline, you can expect to invest between $50,000 and $90,000 by the time the new title issues for even a straight forward subdivision creating one new title. For multiple titles there is often a significant saving per title depending on the costs of servicing.

What is a regional policy statement?

A regional policy statement can contain objectives, policies and methods but cannot contain rules. Regional policy statements enable regional councils to provide broad direction and a framework for resource management within their regions as regional and district plans must give effect to them.

How is a district plan structured?

District Plan Structure Headings are titles that group together one or more chapters of a common theme. These headings are included for ease of use and navigation. Headings have no provisions separate to their underlying chapters. If a chapter is included under a heading, that heading must also be included.

What is the purpose of a district plan?

The purpose of district plans is to assist territorial authorities in carrying out their functions in order to achieve the sustainable management purpose of the Resource Management Act.

What is Waikato district?

Waikato District is a territorial authority of New Zealand, in the northern part of Waikato region, North Island. The district is centred to the north and west of the city of Hamilton, and takes in much of the northern Waikato Plains and also the Hakarimata Range.

What district does Hamilton come under?

Hamilton is the county town of the historic county of Lanarkshire and is the location of the headquarters of the modern local authority of South Lanarkshire….Hamilton, South Lanarkshire.

Hamilton Scottish Gaelic: Baile Hamaltan Scots: Hamiltoun
Postcode district ML3
Dialling code 01698
Police Scotland
Fire Scottish

How much does a surveyor cost NZ?

The average homeowner pays between $500 and $900, but prices can run $1500+. If you require a topography, the cost is between $2,000 and $3,000.

Can I subdivide my property Hamilton?

You, or your agent, will need to apply for a subdivision resource consent if you want to divide land or buildings for separate ownership, such as new lots or sections, unit title, flats plan (cross lease), or company lease.

What’s the meaning of regional planning?

Regional planning deals with the efficient placement of land-use activities, infrastructure, and settlement growth across a larger area of land than an individual city or town. Regional planning is the science of efficient placement of infrastructure and zoning for the sustainable growth of a region.

When will the proposed Waikato District Plan be announced?

We publicly notified Stage 1 of the Proposed Waikato District Plan on 18 July 2018, and Stage 2 on 27 July 2020. Once fully tested through the RMA process and free of legal challenge, the Proposed Waikato District Plan will become the next Operative Waikato District Plan that will replace the current Waikato and Franklin sections.

Is my property within the Franklin or Waikato District Plan?

As there are two parts to the district, you will need to check whether your property is within the Waikato portion or the Franklin portion. Attention: We are experiencing some technical issues with our website which is intermittently impacting e-plan, our online District Plan viewer.

How often does the district plan need to be reviewed?

The Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) requires us to review our District Plan every 10 years. We have drafted a new District Plan which covers all of the Waikato district, so instead of two District Plans there will be one. The Proposed Waikato District Plan is being reviewed in two stages.

What is a district plan and why is it important?

This is the current District Plan which sets the rules for how the district’s land can be used, developed and subdivided and is reviewed every 10 years. It’s a statutory document developed under the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA).