Council restarts processing the consent on 24 September 2020.
[last updated 21 September 2020]
The applicant made changes to their proposal (on 18 September 2020). They described them as changes to the proposed layout, and in particular to the servicing and parking for the care facility.
You can see the documents and plans in folder 3 below.
The main changes were summarised as:
Council staff are looking at the information, including the above changes alongside the submissions received. It's likely the next step is organising the hearing.
Council will get in touch with any submitters who asked to speak. This is to find a best fit date for everyone. Once Council sets the date, every submitter will get notice of:
The Integrity Care Group Limited
Olive Estate Lifestyle Village on Hill Street (between Brenda Lawson Way and Fairose Drive), Richmond
The legal description of the land is Lot 2 and 3, Deeds 1763, Record of Title NL56/85 (pending issue of new Records of Title for Lots 1 to 4 under subdivision consent RM130346V1), and Lot 2 DP 511511
The proposal is for a change to the layout of the existing activity on the Olive Estate Lifestyle Village site (the existing site), and to construct and establish community activity in the Residential Zone on the land to the south east (the Hill Street block). The proposal includes associated activities and subdivision.
The changes to the existing activity includes:
These are sought as an application to change the conditions of the existing resource consent RM120928V1.
The proposed new activity on the Hill Street block includes the construction and use of the following:
The proposed roads and access for the Hill Street block development involves:
Other activities associated with the development include earthworks, and the construction and use of paths, parks and gardens.
The proposal includes the following subdivision of the existing site and the Hill Street block:
Council’s master reference number for the application is RM190790.
The Applicant has applied for the following for the expansion and changes to the Olive Estate Lifestyle Village.
The changes of conditions of consent RM120928V1 (for the existing Olive Estate village) sought are to enable the removal of the consented care facility, and the construction of extra residential units with an amended site layout.
This is needed to construct a compact density development (the residential villas and apartments) and a community activity (the care facility) off Hill Street, while not providing public reserve to the standard of the Tasman Resource Management Plan (TRMP).
This proposed subdivision boundary adjustment is to provide for:
Also included is the the land disturbance, change of use and subdivision of the land under the National Environmental Standard for Assessing and Managing Contaminants in Soil to Protect Human Health.
This consent for land disturbance is sought for the bulk earthworks in the Land Disturbance Area 1. These are associated with the construction of the compact density development and care facility, and include the decommissioning and filling of an existing pond.
The water permit sought is for the ‘take’ of water associated with the de-watering of a pond.
The application included an assessment of environmental effects
You can see all the application documents and the submissions below.
Contact us by email or phone if you have any questions.
Integrity Care Group Limited
c/- Gary Rae Consulting Limited
FAO Gary Rae
post: PO Box 57, Motueka.
The Resource Management Act lets the applicant for a notified resource consent stop the processing of their application for up to 130 working days.
When the time runs out Council must restart processing or return the application, though Council can consider extending the period (see sections 37 and 37A).
Council will get in touch with every submitter when the process restarts or after any decision about extending timeframes.
The 130 working days 'as of right' suspension is reduced by the number of days for some other previous stoppages, such as how many days they needed to answer Council's requests for more information.
The following applies if you are a trade competitor of the applicant.
Your right to make a submission may be limited by the trade competition provisions in Part 11A of the Resource Management Act 1991.
You can make a submission only if you are directly affected by an effect of the activity to which this application relates that:
You must declare in your submission:
You must have asked to speak at a hearing. If you will consider making a joint submission with any person presenting a submission simialr to yours, you must tell us that you're willing to make a joint submission under those circumstances.
I request (under section 100A of the RMA), that you delegate your functions, powers, and duties to hear and decide the application to one or more hearings commissioners who are not members of the local authority.