Auckland Council said yesterday it would fight appeals by landowners against 2 unitary plan decisions in favour of the council, and will also appeal on a third issue where the council lost.
The Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling on a $3 million Okura subdivision contract dispute requiring developer John Hamilton’s SOL Trustees Ltd to pay for work done before any counterclaim is considered.
Published 3 May 2010 Jurisdiction: Rodney District Neighbourhood: Redvale Applicant: Bral Holdings Ltd (the Alexander family) Application detail: 1575 East Coast Rd, to undertake cleanfilling activities, depositing 295,000m³ (stage 2) in the north-western gully and 167,000m³ (stage 1) in the south-western gully over about 8.8ha (instead of the 280,000m³ approved under the […]
Published 17 May 2009 Jurisdiction: Auckland Regional Council Neighbourhood: Long Bay Applicants: Marvista Ltd (Richard Woodroffe, Belmont), Roger & Beatrice Clarke, Graeme & Lynette Peterson Application detail: 258 Okura River Rd, 6.4ha of earthworks for a 24-lot residential subdivision Non-notified consent date: 1 March Want to comment? Go to the forum. Attribution: ARC agenda, story […]
Published 19 March 2006 North Shore City Council’s strategic management committee voted 9-7 this week not to support a boundary change which would shift about 140 homes in Rodney District’s south-eastern Okura catchment into the neighbouring city. But the proposal by 142 Rodney ratepayers will still go to the Local Government Commission â€“ with North […]
North Shore City Council is still fighting to stop a proposed cleanfill facility across the border at Okura in the Rodney District. The 2 councils differ on zoning at Okura, partly from their urban versus rural histories, partly from different approaches in general to ecological & environmental issues. The Shore council has decided to appeal […]