Hearing date: Wednesday 27 November 2019 (and 28 November 2019 as overrun day).
Start time: 9am in the Elm Room, Headingly Centre, 2 Headingly Lane, Richmond.
[last updated 5 November 2019]
At the Hearing the decision makers consider the evidence from everyone, and submitters who wanted to be heard can explain their submission in greater detail.
Before the Hearing, the Council's reporting officers, the Applicant, and any submitter with expert technical evidence must give their written evidence to Council. We will make it available on this webpage as soon as possible after we have received it.
When the evidence is provided and will be available
Hearing Agenda / Council section 42A report available (15 working days before hearing)
5pm Tuesday 5 November 2019
Applicant’s evidence (10 working days before hearing)
5pm Tuesday 12 November 2019
Submitters’ expert evidence due (5 working days before hearing)
5pm Tuesday 19 November 2019
A copy of the application documents and any evidence can be viewed and downloaded through the documents link at the bottom of this page.
If you are unable to access, download or print these documents, contact the Resource Consents Administration Officer at the Tasman District Council offices by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (03 543 8400) and we can arrange for a hard copy to be available at one of our service centres.
Tasman District Council's Engineering Services Department.
This application covers the extraction of sand, gravel, and other material from the beds of rivers and other water bodies within Tasman District, but excludes all of the following:
Districtwide - subject to specific exclusions.
This application seeks to replace the gravel extraction component of the District-wide resource consent for river works NN010109 held by the Tasman District Council.
The Council has the responsibilities of a Catchment Board under the Soil Conservation and River Control Act 1941 (SCRCA). This application seeks various resource consents to be able to take gravel from riverbeds within Tasman District as part of those responsibilities, which are:
The application proposes that key sections of some rivers will be managed to keep their bed levels within defined levels. For the remainder, a defined decision-making process is proposed to ensure that any gravel extraction that occurs is the best practicable option for river management.
These types of consent are commonly referred to as ‘global’ consents. There will be two packages of consents for the Council’s river management activities - global river works, and global gravel extraction. The river works consents were granted in September 2016.
The applicant applied for the followng resource consents:
Land use consent (under section 13 of the RMA) to extract sand, gravel, and other material from the beds of rivers in the Rural 1, 2 and 3, Open Space, Recreation, Conservation, and Rural Industrial zones (as defined by the Tasman Resource Management Plan), and to disturb beds of rivers within active flowing channels for the extraction of materials.
The sorting and / or crushing of extracted materials is specificlly excluded.
Coastal permit to disturb riverbeds (as part of the foreshore and seabed) by extraction of sand, gravel and other material from rivers that are within the Coastal Marine Area.
Discharge and coastal permit to discharge sediment and other contaminants into water from activities carried out in the beds of rivers (as a result of the works described in RM150369 and RM150372).
The applicant's contact details are:
Tasman District Council - Engineering Services Department
Private Bag 4, Richmond 7050
FAO: Giles Griffith
Or email: email@example.com
Submissions closed on Friday 26 October 2018 at 4:30pm.
Processing of the application was suspended at the applicant's request on 20 December 2018.
Agenda uploaded 5 November 2019.