District Plan Change 83 proposes to rezone the area of land to the south of Kiwi Point Quarry in Ngauranga Gorge, to allow for the south face of the quarry to be developed under the new zoning and enable the quarry activity to be expanded.
A Hearing Panel has been appointed and have issued the following minutes:
The hearing was scheduled for the 17 and 18 of September (with the 19 September as a 'reserve day'). It has been postponed to allow more time for submissions (see Minute 3 for more information). We will notify submitters when we know the new hearing date.
The proposal seeks to:
- Rezone an area on the southern side of the quarry site from Open Space B to Business 2
- Introduce a new objective that recognises the importance of quarrying aggregates at Kiwi Point Quarry to provide for the future growth and development of the city.
- Introduce a new controlled activity rule that applies to the rezoned southern face expansion area. The Council’s control is maintained over buffer areas from residential sites, cut face rehabilitation, ecological mitigation, and screening.
- Introduce a range of standards relating to the quarrying of the expanded site, and make changes to a range of explanatory text and a number of consequential changes including changes to Planning Maps 22 and 23.
On 13 April 2018 Wellington City Council notified District Plan Change 83, in which 35 total submissions were received, 2 of which were late submissions. A summary of decisions requested (summary of submissions) was prepared, and the opportunity to make further submissions was notified on 11 June and closed on 25 June 2018. Only 1 further submission was received.
Section 32 Report Consideration of alternatives, benefits and costs
- Report (without appendices) (1.4MB PDF)
- Appendix A - Alternatives Workshop Report and Appendices (1.3MB PDF)
- Appendix B - Wellington City Council City Strategy Committee Meeting Minutes 14 September 2017 (217KB PDF)
- Appendix C - Economic Spreadsheets (305KB PDF)
- Appendix D – Other relevant reports (34.9MB PDF)
- Regional Demand Forecasts for Aggregates in Wellington, Spire Consulting, July 2016 (464KB PDF)
- Kiwipoint Quarry Indicative Value Impact Report, CBRE, June 2016 (748B PDF)
- Review of Geotechnical Information, Opus Consultants Ltd, July 2016 (240KB PDF)
- Memorandum – Kiwi Point Quarry Response for Wellington City Council, Ormiston Associates Ltd, 28 July 2016 (177KB PDF)
- Report on the Development Potential of Kiwi Point Quarry, Ormiston Associates Ltd, July 2015 (2.4MB PDF)
- Slope Stability Review, ENGEO Ltd, February 2015 (4.3MB PDF)
- Addendum Slope Stability Report for the North Wall and Area H, Kiwi Point Quarry, ENGEO Ltd, April 2015 (730KB PDF)
- Kiwi Point Quarry Management Plan, Wellington City Council (3.9MB PDF)
- Air Quality Assessment, MWH, July 2016 (3MB PDF)
- Assessment of Ecological Effects for Proposed Expansion of Kiwi Point Quarry, Wildlands Consultants, July 2017 (1.8MB PDF)
- Assessment of Lizards for a Proposed Expansion of Kiwi Point Quarry, Wildlands Consultants, December 2017 (1.5MB PDF)
- Kiwi Point Quarry Expansion Photomontages, Isthmus, July 2017 (7.4MB PDF)
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The process for undertaking a Plan Change is determined by the Resource Management Act 1991.
- September – October 2017: Consultation regarding the four options for proposed Kiwi Point Quarry expansion.
- February 2018: Feedback from consultation summarised and included in report that went to the Council’s City Strategy Committee.
- 13 April 2018: The Council publicly notified Proposed District Plan Change 83 (Kiwi Point Quarry).
- 13 April – 14 May 2018: Submission period for Proposed District Plan Change 83 (Kiwi Point Quarry) open.
- 11 June - 25 June 2018: Opportunity to make a further submission supporting or opposing the submissions already made (for people who meet the criteria under Clause 8 of the First Schedule of the Resource Management Act, 1991)
- Late 2018: Oral submissions will be held if anyone has requested to present their submission in person.
- Late 2018: The Council will give its decision on the proposed Plan Change, including its reasons for accepting or rejecting submissions.
- After the Council decision: Anyone who has made a submission on the proposed Plan Change can appeal the decision to the Environment Court.
Mitch Lewandowski, Principal Advisor Planning
Phone: 021 227 8133