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7-unit Silverdale industrial subdivision gets consent

Published 10 August 2008

Jurisdiction: Rodney District

 

Neighbourhood: Silverdale

 

Applicant: TSCO Developments Ltd (Bryce, Christopher & Peter Catchpole, Kaukapakapa)

 

Application detail: 34 Peters Way, application to build 7 industrial units on a vacant site, for office & warehouse use, in a unit-title subdivision

 

Decision: consent as a non-complying activity was given non-notified approval on 28 July

 

Other details: All the Catchpoles are directors of PCB Co Ltd, Solong Ltd & The Shed Co Ltd. Peter Catchpole is also a director of Catchlay Investments Ltd, Petlyn Properties (NZ) Ltd & Stanpeg Enterprises Ltd.

 

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Attribution: Council report, story written by Bob Dey for The Bob Dey Property Report.

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Universal puts last of Silverdale development on market

Published 20 March 2008

Universal Homes Ltd (owned by China Merchants Holdings (NZ) Ltd) said on Wednesday it was releasing the final 37-lot stage of home & land packages at Totara Views, the 300-lot Silverdale development it began building 5 years ago.

 

The property is on the main road above Silverdale village, sloping down towards the Orewa River & township.

 

Sales manager Mike Pearce said most of the packages now on offer had flat sections and were set in established landscaped streets. They range in size from 3-5 bedrooms and prices started at $639,000, with options of single & 2-storey houses, all with double garages, ensuites, alarm systems & fully equipped kitchens with Stonex benchtops.

 

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Attribution: Company release, story written by Bob Dey for The Bob Dey Property Report.

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Silverdale luge company seeks stage 2 consent

Published 19 June 2007

Jurisdiction: Rodney District

 

Neighbourhood: Silverdale

 

Applicant: Netheravon Holdings Ltd (Andrew & Hellen Donnithorne, Christchurch)

 

Application detail: 2104 East Coast Rd, consents for stage 2 of the company’s luge project. The project includes construction of 2 entertainment centres, a parking area, roading, ancillary buildings & a stormwater management pond on a 9.3ha site

 

Notification date: 19 June

 

Submission closure date: Tuesday 17 July

 

Directors’ other interests: The original consent was granted to Gateway Enterprises (2005) Ltd (Mr Donnithorne & Kevin Turvey, Silverdale) in 2005 for a luge project covering 22.5ha between East Coast Rd & Small Rd, at the Silverdale onramp to the Northern Motorway. The proposal was for 3 luge tracks. Already in this Hibiscus Coast Gateway recreation & entertainment zone are the Snow Planet artificial ski slope and a Action Raceway Go-karting.

 

Mr Donnithorne is a director of Auckland Luge Ltd, Belfast Services Ltd, Bon Accord Ltd, CES Communications Ltd, Cranford Developments Ltd, Edco Nominees Ltd, Education Park NZ Ltd, Forrest Hill Motors (2000) Ltd, Forrest Hill Motors 2003 Ltd, Huco Property Ltd, Hyperaction Zone Ltd, Lyton Property Ltd, Rosedale Services Ltd, Silverdale South Holdings Ltd, Simulator Hire Ltd, Stacka Ltd, Times Seven Investments Ltd, Wiltshire House Development Ltd, Wiltshire Lifecare Ltd & Xencom Holdings Ltd.

 

Ms Donnithorne is a director of Edco Nominees Ltd, Huco Property, Lyton Property & Stacka. Mr Turvey is a director of Asset Management & Finance Ltd, Auckland Luge, Hyperaction Zone, Movie Experiences Ltd, Redvale Commercials 2002 Ltd, Settler Life Styles Ltd & Simulator Hire.

 

Website:

Rodney District Council 2005 minute

 

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Attribution: Public notice, Companies Office, story written by Bob Dey for this website.

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Transit appeals Silverdale North variation 52 decision

Published 24 April 2007


Transit NZ is appealing against the Rodney District Council’s Silverdale North variation 52 decision on the basis that it will cause unacceptable congestion without the proper road infrastructure in place to support the new development.


The appeal appears to take exactly the same line Transit adopted in submissions on the variation, which were heard at the end of 2006.


The council adopted the Silverdale North structure plan in May 2004 and put variation 52 out for submissions in December 2005. The variation to the proposed 2000 district plan introduced the special 19 zone at Silverdale North, an area south of the Orewa township & river and running across to the new State Highway 1 motorway from the old highway, now the Hibiscus Coast Highway.


The council decision was sent to submitters at the beginning of March.


Among submissions urging caution with variation 52:

ARTA (the Auckland Regional Transport Authority) said it shouldn’t proceed until there was certainty that the Penlink access across the Weiti River from the south to the Whangaparaoa Peninsula would be implemented, the Wainui/Bankside interchange south-facing ramps are executed and a number of specific road projects are completed – Whangaparaoa Rd 2-laning, Parkway West, the East Coast Rd extension and the Curley Avenue extension
Rodney District Council itself wanted the variation amended to include a staging mechanism allowing 30% (or some other appropriate level) of the full Silverdale North development to proceed until alternative access to Whangaparaoa Peninsula is completed, and contingent on other roading improvements, including south-facing ramps at Bankside Rd
Former district & regional councillor Brian Smith wanted the variation abandoned until Silverdale North was fully integrated with & complimentary to the development of the entire Silverdale area, especially in terms of traffic
Transit NZ wanted the council to defer a decision on the variation until:

there were more specific details & rules to ensure the objective on minimising trip generation could be met,
the feasibility of a proposed new motorway interchange at Wainui Rd was established
the traffic analysis undertaken by Opus is provided to Transit for review
further details of the impact of the variation on the road network are provided, and
additional information as to how the public transport provisions associated with the variation relate to the Northern Busway Project is provided to Transit.

Transit said, in lodging its appeal, the development would have far-reaching adverse traffic effects without adequate road upgrades, and pointed to the council’s own traffic impact study showing significant disruption to Hibiscus Coast Highway.


Transit regional manager Peter Spies said traffic modelling showed that, without the proper road infrastructure, traffic at the Silverdale interchange would queue on the northbound off-ramp on to the motorway, affecting both safety & flow along State Highway 1.


Mr Spies said Transit wanted the development of Silverdale North to be staged, with planned upgrades to the road network completed & operational before each new staged subdivision development: “Without this improvement to the road infrastructure, the consequential delays & safety implications from queues on the mainline motorway will be significantly adverse & unacceptable.”


Mr Spies said Transit supported the full development of Silverdale North, but this required appropriate additional capacity increases in the supporting transport network.


He says Transit had already agreed with the council that some 60% of the development could be put in place with various road upgrades & access linkages. These included the provision of the south-facing motorway ramps, improvement to the Silverdale motorway interchange, a new linkage to Orewa West over the Orewa Estuary and improvements to the Whangaparaoa Rd, Hibiscus Coast Highway, Silverdale & Parkway intersections with State Highway 1.


Mr Spies concluded: “It is not our intention to stifle any of the Silverdale North development as we agree it is necessary for the future economic growth & prosperity of the district.


“However, we see it as our responsibility to ensure that this growth takes place in a managed & sustainable manner that will benefit the Auckland region as a whole. For this reason we expect Rodney District to move forward with Silverdale North in a way that will enable the road infrastructure to support the new development.”


Website: Variation 52 decision


 


Earlier stories:


24 October 2006: Rezoning approved for Warehouse site above Silverdale


4 June 2006: New route out of Silverdale village secured


18 December 2005: Rodney proposes rezoning for Silverdale North 400ha


10 March 2003: Rodney council unveils its knowledge economy zone plan


13 November 2000: ARC fails in bid to thwart development


 


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Attribution: Transit release, Rodney District Council variation 52 pages, story written by Bob Dey for this website.

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