Nukuhau Private Plan Change
Proposed Plan Change 37 to the Taupō District Plan – Request to rezone Rural Land to Residential and medium density Residential at Nukuhau
What is a request for a private plan change?
The Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) allows anyone to apply for changes to district or regional plans through a request for a private plan change. Part II of the First Schedule of the RMA sets out procedural matters for local authorities to follow in dealing with requests for plan changes.
Taupō District Council has accepted a request from a group of co-operating landowners for Plan Change 37 which means that the plan change remains a private plan change with Council administering the process.
The Plan Change request seeks to:
Change the zoning of 77.78 hectares of Rural Environment zoned land to a mix of General Residential and Medium Density Residential. It also seeks to provide a Neighbourhood Shopping Centre (Shops) overlay over an area in the proposed General Residential Zone and areas of stormwater and recreation reserves. These proposed zone changes propose to enable the future development of approximately 780 dwellings in an area identified in the Taupō District 2050 - Growth Management Strategy (TD2050) as a northern growth area.
Enquiries about this plan change can be directed to Hilary Samuel, phone (07) 376 1591 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Map showing location affected by Plan Change 37
The Hearing for Plan Change 37 has been delayed (please see Procedural Minute 3 below) and will now open on Monday 8 November 2021 at the Suncourt Hotel, Taupō.
Procedural minutes from the Hearings Panel can be found in the document below:
You can view the summary of submissions, and full copies of submissions below: