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Any poultry body part and poultry offal processing and composting activity for or in connection with intensive animal husbandry, which is poultry farming, shall be located at least 170 meters from any site boundary. o) An event which is announced for public acceptance meets the following conditions: i) for each location, the noise limits of the area are exceeded for no more than two days within each 12-month period and this exceedance occurs only between the hours of 8:00 am and 6:00 pm; ii) any temporary building or structure used is removed at the end of the event; iii) where the event is located in the high fire risk area as shown on the planning maps and occurs between 1 October to 30 April, a fire preparedness plan is provided to Waimea Fire and Emergency New Zealand for management under the Fire and Emergency Act New Zealand 2017 and neighboring owners 14 days before the start of the event, which provides sufficient detail to fulfill the purposes for which it is required and includes: a) the location, time and duration of the event and the number of people expected to attend event; Consent may be refused or conditions imposed, only in respect of the following matter to which the Council has limited its discretion:. Consent may be refused, or conditions may be imposed, only in respect of the following matters in respect of which the Council has limited its discretion:.

Consent may be withheld or conditions imposed only for the following matters to which the Council has limited its discretion:. In assessing the applications and determining conditions, the Board will take into account the following criteria and other provisions of the Plan or the law:. Consent may be withheld or conditions imposed only in respect of the following matters to which the Council has limited its discretion:. a) ability to reduce unpleasant odor.

When considering the applications and determining conditions, the Council will take into account any provisions of the Plan or Act. Refer to 16.6.2.1(j)(iii) for applicable telecommunications and radiocommunication facility reset requirements). ii) 20 meters from the edges of lakes, Open Space, Recreation and Conservation Zones;. iii) 8 meters from the top of the bank of any river with a bed of less than 5 meters in width;. iv) 20 meters from the top of the bank of any river with a bed greater than 5 meters in width;. i). In the Richmond West Development Area, notwithstanding the exemption in condition (h)(i) in relation to telecommunications and radiocommunication facilities, the building is set back at least 20 meters from the center line of any electricity transmission line as shown on the planning maps. ka) A building, which is not a habitable building, may be placed within 5 meters of an internal boundary, where the landowner of the property has given written permission. kb).

Each residential building is set back at least:. i) 30 meters from any internal boundary except where:. a) the activity is a change of residence and this does not reduce the existing distance from the border; or b) the border is to a residential, rural residential area or rural area 3, where the offset is 5 meters; ii) 130 meters from any barn, shed or covered enclosure containing poultry on an existing lawfully established intensive livestock farm that is a poultry farm on or before January 30, 2016, excluding residential buildings located on the same site as an existing legally established intensive livestock farming livestock farm which is a poultry farm. kc) Every barn, shed or covered enclosure containing poultry in an intensive livestock farm that is a poultry farm is set back at least 100 meters from any site boundary. l) Except as provided in Schedule 17.5A (Hope Depot Site), the total floor area of ​​all buildings on the site, other than artificial shelters and poultry sheds or enclosures, shall be:.

Further advice and information about managing fire risk and storage of water for fire-fighting, including information about appropriate fittings for connection with

The water supply provided for in 17.5.3.2(d)(ii) may serve a second dwelling on the site provided that the requirements of the condition are met for both dwellings

  • Restricted Discretionary Activities (Building Construction, Alteration, or Use) C60 1/16 Op 6/19
  • A Discretionary Activities (Building Construction, Alteration or Use) C60 1/16 Op 6/19
  • Plantation Forests, Horticultural Plantings, and Spray and Shelter Belts
    • Permitted Activities (Plantation Forests, Horticultural Plantings, Spray Belts and Shelter Belts)
    • Restricted Discretionary Activities (Plantation Forests, Horticultural Plantings, Spray Belts and Shelter Belts)
  • Destruction or Removal of Indigenous Vegetation and Forest
    • Permitted Activities (Destruction or Removal of Indigenous Vegetation) [17.4.9A Proposed]
    • Discretionary Activities (Destruction or Removal of Indigenous Vegetation)
    • Permitted Activities (Destruction or Removal of Indigenous Forest) [17.4.10 Proposed]
    • Controlled Activities (Destruction or Removal of Indigenous Forest)
    • Restricted Discretionary Activities (Destruction or Removal of Indigenous Forest)
  • Principal Reasons for Rules

2A) Where land is subject to a deferred urban zone, the adverse effects of the building on future opportunities for efficient subdivision, use and development of the land or any other land in the area that is deferred shall, for the purposes of the relevant urban zone, when it comes into force. The extent to which the effects of natural hazards, within and outside the area's boundaries, including wildfire risk and coastal, flood, stormwater, geotechnical or earthquake hazards will be avoided or mitigated. In Richmond West Development Area:. a) the extent to which buildings comply with the safety distance requirements of the New Zealand Electrical Code of Practice for Safe Distances (NZECP 34:2001).

When considering the applications and determining conditions, the Council will take into account any other provisions of the Plan or Act. NOTE: Rule 17.5.4.1 is subject to the regulations of the National Environmental Standards Plantation Forests 2017 (NES-PF). Operations Division 17.5 – Rural 1 Zone Rules 15 June Limited discretionary activities (plantation groves, horticultural plantings, spray bands and shelterbelts). ii) 20 meters from any of the buildings or grounds specified in (i) of this condition where a spray band has been established along the boundary common to the horticultural plantings and the buildings or grounds.

NOTE: Rule 17.5.5.1 is subject to the regulations of the National Environmental Standards Plantation Forests 2017 (NES-PF). NOTE: Rule 17.5.5.3 is subject to the regulations of the National Environmental Standards Plantation Forests 2017 (NES-PF). The destruction or removal of native forest that does not meet the conditions of rule 17.5.5.3 is a controlled activity, if it meets the following conditions:. a) The area of ​​native forest that has been destroyed or removed is greater than 0.2 hectares and less than 1 hectare per site over a period of three years.

The activity is subject to a sustainable forest management plan or permit either required or approved under Part 3A of the Forestry Act 1949 and a copy of the approved plan or permit has been lodged with the Council. The Tasman District has a legacy of small rural areas in the Rural 1 zone that may be limited in meeting the 30 meter internal boundary setback standard for residential buildings due to the shape of the site. In these cases, mitigation of the effects identified in the previous paragraph by a limited reduction of the internal boundary can be achieved through measures such as building location, orientation, design, fencing or scanning, as well as grouping of residential activities.

A setback of 50 meters from Residential Zone boundaries is required due to potentially greater hazards in higher density built-up areas. Rules relating to land use, including those on buildings and siting, should control the negative effects of land fragmentation on the productive values ​​of the land, as well as on the rural character and amenity values. In the context of the area, the effects of new quarry activities and quarry expansion should be assessed on a case-by-case basis as a discretionary activity.

In accordance with the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and Part II of the Act, provision is made for some degree of self-management of communally owned Māori land. A planned site has been established on land characterized by established industries, including some that were formerly part of the Network Tasman Line Depot.

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Activities on Network Tasman Ltd Site at Main Road, Hope

Light manufacturing activities (iv) Trade workshops. v) The retail sales of goods manufactured or serviced on the premises, provided that the retail display area does not exceed 100 square metres. Outside storage areas are screened from adjacent properties used for residential purposes by a solid wall or fence 1.8 meters high. The boundary with any adjoining premises used either for residential purposes, or the former railway reserve or the State Highway is planted with a 2 meter deep planting strip of shrubs having a mature height of not less than 2 meters and not more than 3 meters not. .

Alternatively, a solid screen fence can be provided along the boundary with the agreement of adjoining property owners. Operating Chapter 17 – Zoning Rules 14 July 2018 Schedule 17.5A: Activities on Network Tasman Ltd site at Main Road, Hope. Goods service docks, open workplaces and openable workplaces do not face any dwelling on an adjoining lot unless there is an intervening building which effectively screens such openings from the dwelling.

Any building erected on a lot adjacent to a lot used for residential purposes shall comply with the building frame required by regulation 17.4.3.1(j). Buildings are not closer than 5 meters to any boundary with an adjacent lot occupied by a dwelling, and not closer than 3 meters to any other lot boundary. A single freestanding sign meeting the specification in Figure 16.1C at the intersection of the site access and State Highway 6.

Individual businesses within the site may display signs as specified in Figure 16.1B for industrial sites, provided they are not visible from residential locations. vii) Completed build platform level. Each new construction platform level must be not less than 500mm above the estimated 1 in 50 year flood level as assessed by a Chartered Professional Engineer. Each application must be submitted with a layout plan, landscape plan, facade views of buildings, a description of the activity and the associated processes and methods to be applied to meet the requirements.

The Council's assessment is limited to the following matters over which the Council has reserved control:

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