Volume Two: Proposed Changes (to the Operative District Plan)

When there are proposed changes to the Operative District Plan, we will publish updates on this page.

Current state

Queenstown Lakes District Council made decisions on the submissions received for the Accessible Parking Amendments at its meeting on 2 June 2022. The effect of the decisions adopted the recommendations of an Independent Hearings Commissioner to confirm amended provisions for the Operative District Plan- Section 14 Transport and the Proposed District Plan - Chapter 29 Transport.

The decisions documents and information on the Amendments to Accessible Parking Provisions can be found here

A person who made a submission on the Accessible Parking Amendments may appeal this decision to the Environment Court within 30 working days of the service of the notice of the decisions (by 29 July 2022)

Further information on making an appeal is available on the Environment Court Website

We request that all correspondence relating to appeals be directed to the Environment Court and to dpappeals@qldc.govt.nz 

You can view appeals received here

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