Resource Consents Received 29 November - 05 December 2022
|Application Id||Applicant||Site Address||Proposal||Date Received|
|220923||Cuddon Limited||12 McArtney Street||CuddonLimited is in the process of purchasing10-14 McArtney Street from the Marlborough Disctrict Council (Council). Importantly, and to provide context,Cuddon Limited already has first option on the re-purchase of 12 McArtney Street.|
Cuddon Limited wishto expandtheir light engineering business through the construction and operation oftwo new buildingson theexpanded site to undertake light engineering works; as follows:
New Workshop:measuring 1,030 square metres (51.5metres long by 20 metres wide by 9 metres high at building apex),situated immediately to the west of the current site on the expanded site. This workshop will be used for manufacturing of freeze dry chambers and other components such as doors and ice coils. The new building will have a number of internal overhead cranes to transfer the chambers from one work station to the next and load out for distribution
New Storage Building:measuring 300 square metres (20 metres long by 15 metres wide by 6 metres high at building apex), situated in the south-west corner of the new site. This building will be used for equipment storage and minor engineering work
Car Parking: 57 new carpark spaces
One way heavy duty duty access- enter from Houldsworth Streetand exit onto McArtney Street; and
Signage on buildings - at 6 square metres on each building.
Refer to plans attached for proposed layout, building elevations and heavy vehicle turning circles.
|23 Nov 2022|
|220930||Brownlee Limited||13 Uxbridge Street||To excavate 635 cubic metres and place 620 cubic metres of fill for the construction of a new office with workshop onLot 2 DP 1501.||24 Nov 2022|
|220924||Brian Richard Allan, Grant Ward Allan, Kelly Robin Allan||137 Ballochdale Rd||Subdivision of Lot 3 DP 558258 into two rural allotments having areas of approx 415ha and 287ha.||23 Nov 2022|
|190629.127.05||Awatere River Wine Company Limited||146 Ugbrooke Road||Following consultation with Marlborough Roads an agreement was reached earlier this yearas to the required upgrade ofUgbrooke Roadand the intersection atRedwood Pass Road, with the work to be completed by 31 December 2022. This requires Marlborough Roads to authorise the work to commence and both the consent holder and Marlborough Roads to contribute to the cost of the upgrade. The consent holder has done everything it can to get Marlborough Roads to do the work.|
The consent holder and theirlawyers have been in communication with Marlborough Roads with regard to getting the work completed. A log of this communication is attached as confirmation of the applicants engagement with Marlborough Roads to try andachievecompliance with Condition 8.It is now looking unlikely that the work will be undertaken and completed by 31 December 2022.
|22 Nov 2022|
|220934||Claire Marie Hutchison, Neville Raymond Saul, Gaylene Linda Beattie, Jacqueline Anne French||202 Old Renwick Road||To abstract and use Wairau Aquifer FMUwater for irrigation and ancillary purposes onLot 1 DP 613||25 Nov 2022|
|220882||Glen Thomas Percasky, Diane Junette Percasky||2631 & 2633 Queen Charlotte Drive||Subdivision of thetwo properties to create an additional allotment.||24 Nov 2022|
|220922||Marlborough Lines Limited||331 Redwood Pass Road||To replace thelast remaining section of original lattice towers left between Blenheim and Seddon. This willnecessitate land disturbance to facilitate access to eachsite, and levelling to create a work site.The maximum height of the new monopoles will be 15.55 m. The volume of land disturbance will be approximately 890 m3, some of which will be on land wherethe degree of slope may exceed 35o on Lot 1 DP 318121.||22 Nov 2022|
|220931||CDS West Coast Limited||34B Ferry Road||To abstract and use Wairau Aquifer FMUwater for irrigation and ancillary purposes onLots 1 and 3DP 10272.||24 Nov 2022|
|220921||Canterbury Pet Foods Ltd||4 Boyces Road||To undertaking the new retail activity of selling pet food and ancillary products within existing commercial premises on the subject property.||22 Nov 2022|
|220932||Gary William Smith||48 Elliot Street||Resource Consent is sought for a caravan park with sites for a maximum of 12caravans (includes tiny homes and motorhomes) and 24 residents for long term stay on 48 Elliot Street, Grovetown. To change the use of the water from irrigation etc to domestic and commercial (caravan park and associated irrigation) on 48 Elliot Street, Grovetown.||25 Nov 2022|
|220925||David Rudd Limited, CBNZ Vintners Limited||567 Rapaura Rd||To take and use underground water for irrigation of vineyards onLots 1 , 2, 8 & 9 DP 41138; Lots 3, 4 & 5 DP 315921.||23 Nov 2022|
|220929||Bruce Vernon Langford, Joanne Margaret Langford||85 Cloudy Bay Drive||Subdivision of a large rural allotment into two titles.||24 Nov 2022|
|220920||M Cubed Holdings Ltd||86 George Street||Four lot subdivision and development of four townhouses.||22 Nov 2022|
|220933||Okiwi Bay Limited||Croisilles Rd||The proposal is for the construction of a 4700m long Combine Use trail for bothwalkers and mountain bikers on the applicant's land and paper road in parts fromthe Kaimako Stream Bridge near sea level to join up with the Croisilles Road ataltitude of 184m amsl with an eastern loop track and joins the Croisilles Road at approximately 105m amsl.||25 Nov 2022|
|090874.127.01||The Christ Circle Trust||Elmslie Bay||Change of trust's mooring consent conditions for Mooring M2897. Conditions 7 and 8 be removed or amended in order to allow the transfer of the permit.||22 Nov 2022|
|220928||Port Marlborough New Zealand Limited (PMNZ Ltd)||Shakespeare Bay||Given the amount of commercialactivity occurring in the Port at Shakespeare Bay, particularly during cruise ship season, PMNZ Ltd has been in discussions with local barge operators to find an alternative mooring system for their larger vessels (up to 500T Gross Registered Tonnage)to berth at whilst the cruise ships are in port. Mooring the barges on a engineer designed mooring and anchoring system reduces mooring area requirements and importantlyallows more space for log ship and cruise ship berthing operations.|
PMNZ Ltd wishes to install two (2no.)four (4) point mooring and anchoring systemssuitable for mooring vessels (typically barges) up to 40 metres in length and/or up to 500T Gross Registered Tonnage in Shakespeare Bay, Totaranui.
A Site Plan showing the proposed location of the 2no.four (4) point mooring systemsisattached.
The total mooring area is approximately 0.65ha, with a perimeter of approximately 0.39 kilometres (refer Site Plan attached).
Concrete wedge anchor blocks will be 8T - 10T in size connected to eight (8no.) ten (10) strand 60mm diameter MarineFlex Ltd elastic mooring rodes. MarineFlex's elasticated moorings sit up off the seabed, eliminating seabed scour.
Plans and design reviews prepared by specialist marine mooring suppliers and coastal engineers at MarineFlex Ltd and Shorewise Engineering Consultancy are alsoattached. Both of these companies have extensive experience in the Marlborough Sounds and across New Zealand completing large engineer designed mooring and anchoring system projects for floating platforms, jetties and 30 metre plus superyachts.
A Dive Survey report and several photosof the seabed supplied by local Commercial Diving Company, Marlborough Commercial Diving Services Ltd following recent seabed survey are alsoattached for information.
|24 Nov 2022|
|220915||Ronald Andrew Adams, Kaye Adams, Natalie Jacqueline Hawes||State Highway 63||Subdivision Layout |
The subdivision layout is shown on the attached Scheme Plans.
Lot 1 – is a 8.17ha lot. A future building site has been identified in the Engineering Report.
It will be subject to a right of way (ROW) over part of the existing access track that leads to existing dwelling on Lot 2.
Lot 2 – is an 8ha lot that contains the existing dwelling, its well and wastewater system.
Lot 1 has a future building site identified in the Engineering Report.
Lot 2 has an existing dwelling.
Both lots will use the existing appurtenant ROW over adjacent land and the associated vehicle crossing.
The existing ROW and the new section of ROW to be created over Lot 1 to Lot 2 are both formed and metalled.
The existing crossing place at SH63 has previously been approved for use by an additional lot by Transit as part of subdivision approval U000086. Attached are a copy of that decision and Transit approval.
Lot 2 has a domestic well, and on-site wastewater and stormwater disposal.
The attached Engineering Report identifies a building site and water supply for Lot 1.
It is proposed that Consent notice 204422.4 (and the related Variation of CONO11215970.1) should be cancelled as they relate to Lot 1.
These should be replaced with new ongoing conditions for Lot 1:
A requirement to follow recommendations in the new Engineering Report.
A condition for an ‘accidental discoveries' protocol to be followed if material of archaeological significance is discovered in future earthworks for a dwelling.
|22 Nov 2022|
|220926||Tasman Bay Cruising Club||Waikawa Bay, French Pass & Greville Harbour||Installation of 6T Club Moorings in Greville Harbour and Waikawa Bay, French Pass||23 Nov 2022|