Tasman District Council has received the following application for resource consent.
Submissions close on 15 November 2019 at 4:30pm.
Tasman District Council's Engineering Services Department
This application is for the urban stormwater networks servicing the Tasman District’s fifteen townships, including stormwater discharge structures located in the coastal marine area. These fifteen Urban Development Areas are:
|Ligar Bay / Tata Beach||Māpua / Ruby Bay||Motueka|
The locations covered include both the existing Urban Development Areas, and future extensions needed to service the urban growth of these townships.
The proposal covers Tasman District Council’s urban stormwater networks in the District’s fifteen Urban Development Areas that require resource consents. While the main features are the discharges from the networks, the proposal also includes other aspects of use, operation and maintenance of the networks that require consent. This covers:
The applicant proposes to manage stormwater on a catchment wide basis across its Urban Development Areas in accordance with individual catchment management plans prepared as part of the operation of its networks. Each catchment management plan will:
The applicant proposes that any existing permits held for the discharge of stormwater and associated contaminants from its specific discharge points will be surrendered should consent be granted.
The applicant has specifically excluded the following from the scope of the application:
The applicant has applied for the following resource consents:
Discharge and coastal permit to discharge contaminants from the urban stormwater networks (both from existing and future discharge points) to land, to fresh water, and to the coastal marine area.
To use, maintain, repair, replace or remove Council urban stormwater network infrastructure, and associated land disturbance, in the Open Space, Recreation and Papakāinga Zones.
To disturb the seabed / foreshore by the maintenance, repair, replacement or removal of existing Council urban stormwater network infrastructure.
To occupy the common marine and coastal area by existing Council urban stormwater network infrastructure, including its maintenance, repair or renewal.
To discharge contaminants to land or water from small to medium scale maintenance activities in connection with the Council urban stormwater network.
The application included an assessment of environmental effects. You can see the application documents below, or paper copies are available at our Richmond, Motueka, Takaka or Murchison service centres during normal office hours.
If you have any questions about the application contact us by email or phone.
Tasman District Council’s Engineering Services Department
C/- WSP Opus, Attn: Reuben Peterson
Post: Private Bag 36, Nelson 7010
Copies are available from our service centres or use the links below
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.