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The District Plan guides land use and development across our district. It sets out what activities you can do as of right, what activities you need resource consent for, and how certain activities may be carried out. It covers things like residential development; noise; location and height of buildings; activities on the surfaces of rivers and lakes; and protection of indigenous vegetation.Open for submissions Your zone Contact us
Operative and Proposed District Plans
We are undergoing a District Plan review and are currently working under two District Plans: the Operative District Plan and the Proposed District Plan. Click on the tiles below to find out more.
Open for submissions:
The following are open for submissions under Schedule 1 of the Resource Management Act (RMA).
Search an address on our GIS web mapping application to find out what zone applies. Once you have this, you can view the Operative and Proposed District Plan chapters to find the relevant rules and information, and if any changes are proposed.
If you have questions regarding the Proposed and Operative District Plans for the following issues we're here to help. Please contact us on either of the phone numbers or the email address provided below.
How the District plan works – current and future stages
What is included within the Operative and Proposed District Plans
The zoning a property is located in
How to make submissions
How to find documents
If you have any questions regarding a resource consent, or to find out if you need to apply for a resource consent then please find more information about what our Resource Consent duty planner can help you with here.