Current notified consents
Subdivide the property to create 2 separate allotments at Eniscote Farm Limited (The Elms), SH1, Kaikōura
Past notified consents
2 Freehold allotments & 8 Unit title allotments at 7 Old Beach Road, Kaikōura
2-lot subdivision at 1370 State Highway 1, Kaikōura
2-lot subdivision, 71 Skevingtons Road, Kaikōura
Council received an application for a Subdivision Consent to create two smaller sized rural allotments. The application also included a request for a Land Use consent to allow for residential dwellings to be erected or remain established on allotment areas below the prescribed density requirement.
The consent was publicly notified on 2020. The decision was issued on 18 August 2020
Percy Subdivision, 871 Inland Kaikōura Road, Kaikōura
Council received a resource consent application to subdivide a 1.0678ha lot (Lot 1 DP6220) into two titles of 2447m2 (Lot 1) and 8231m2 (Lot 2), and to retain an existing dwelling (and associated ancillary buildings) on each of the new titles.
The consent was publicly notified on 2020. The decision was issued on 8 October 2020
Harmac Concrete Limited
Council received a resource consent application from Harmac Concrete Limited for a retrospective activity that included several non-compliances including site extension, noise, traffic and hours of operation.
The consent was publicly notified on the 14 August 2019. A total of 10 submissions were received. Submissions closed on 20 September 2019. The decision was issued on 30 January 2020.
The consent was processed by an independent planner on Council’s behalf and presented to an independent panel of Commissioners for decision.
Retrospective consent was granted to operate a combined concrete batching plant, landscape supplies, storage and precast concrete manufacturing operation at Kowhai Ford Road, as a discretionary activity subject to the several conditions.
- Read the final decision document
- Download Resource Consent Application
- Further information
- Signed notification report
- Section 92 request for further information
Sudima Hotels has received the go-ahead to build a new, purpose-built 4.5-star hotel on Kaikōuras shoreline. The hotel will be designed for domestic and international leisure travellers and offer 118 rooms, a restaurant and bar, conference facilities and a gym and pool. The hotel is scheduled to open during the summer of 2019/20.
The resource consent application contained a number of areas that were non-compliant with the District Plan. The application was treated as a restricted discretionary activity. Council has added a number of conditions to the consent to manage the non-compliant areas (such as requirements around noise, lighting and parking) and a non-notified resource consent has been granted.
21 April 2020