Post-Harvest Zone - Review of Provisions (District Plan Changes 2019)

Engagement has concluded. Thank you for your feedback.

Council will consider this as part of its decision-making process. 

What will happen next?

- Once we have taken into account all of the feedback, we will prepare the changes to the District Plan and associated reports to explain the reasons for the preferred solutions.

- When we notify the Plan Changes, there will be a formal submission process (lasting 20 working days). We will then release a summary of the submissions to start a formal further submission process (lasting 10 working days).

- Hearings are anticipated for autumn 2020. Decisions will be released shortly after that.

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Council will be publicly notifying a number of new Plan Changes in the second half of 2019. Plan Changes are a formal proposal to change the District Plan in order to solve resource management issues facing the District. Before we notify these changes, we would like to get your views on the issues we are facing right now and what options we have for solving them.


There are nine proposed District Plan changes:

  • Accommodation for Seasonal Workers – Review of Provisions

  • Cleanfill Activities in the Rural Zone

  • Floodable Areas – Maintenance of Stopbanks and Drains

  • Frost Protection Fans

  • Home Enterprises – Sale of Goods

  • Noise Standards within Industrial Zones

  • Post-Harvest Zone – Review of Provisions

  • Rural Contractors Depots – Separation Distances

  • Walkways, Cycleways, Bridleways and Similar Trails Projects – Review of Provisions.


Have your say and Issues and Options Paper - Click the tab 'Feedback Form' below when you're ready to provide your feedback on 'Post-Harvest Zone - Review of Provisions'. Don't forget to read the Issues and Options Paper on this topic.


Post-Harvest Zone - Review of Provisions

Council is considering the following changes to assist owners of strategic packhouse and coolstore facilities to manage their operations in line with the growth of the horticultural sector and greater demand for on-site seasonal worker accommodation:

  • expansions of some existing Post Harvest Zone

  • an increased level of on-site accommodation from 75 to perhaps 200 bed

  • increasing the maximum height for buildings from 12m to possibly 20m

  • other small edits to increase the clarity of provisions.


For the other proposed District Plan changes - Click on 'Related projects' to find out more.


What will happen next?

  • Once we have taken into account all of the feedback, we will prepare the changes to the District Plan and associated reports to explain the reasons for the preferred solutions.
  • When we notify the Plan Changes, there will be a formal submission process (lasting 20 working days). We will then release a summary of the submissions to start a formal further submission process (lasting 10 working days).
  • Hearings are anticipated for autumn 2020. Decisions will be released shortly after that.


Please have your say no later than 4pm, Monday 24 June 2019.

Council will be publicly notifying a number of new Plan Changes in the second half of 2019. Plan Changes are a formal proposal to change the District Plan in order to solve resource management issues facing the District. Before we notify these changes, we would like to get your views on the issues we are facing right now and what options we have for solving them.


There are nine proposed District Plan changes:

  • Accommodation for Seasonal Workers – Review of Provisions

  • Cleanfill Activities in the Rural Zone

  • Floodable Areas – Maintenance of Stopbanks and Drains

  • Frost Protection Fans

  • Home Enterprises – Sale of Goods

  • Noise Standards within Industrial Zones

  • Post-Harvest Zone – Review of Provisions

  • Rural Contractors Depots – Separation Distances

  • Walkways, Cycleways, Bridleways and Similar Trails Projects – Review of Provisions.


Have your say and Issues and Options Paper - Click the tab 'Feedback Form' below when you're ready to provide your feedback on 'Post-Harvest Zone - Review of Provisions'. Don't forget to read the Issues and Options Paper on this topic.


Post-Harvest Zone - Review of Provisions

Council is considering the following changes to assist owners of strategic packhouse and coolstore facilities to manage their operations in line with the growth of the horticultural sector and greater demand for on-site seasonal worker accommodation:

  • expansions of some existing Post Harvest Zone

  • an increased level of on-site accommodation from 75 to perhaps 200 bed

  • increasing the maximum height for buildings from 12m to possibly 20m

  • other small edits to increase the clarity of provisions.


For the other proposed District Plan changes - Click on 'Related projects' to find out more.


What will happen next?

  • Once we have taken into account all of the feedback, we will prepare the changes to the District Plan and associated reports to explain the reasons for the preferred solutions.
  • When we notify the Plan Changes, there will be a formal submission process (lasting 20 working days). We will then release a summary of the submissions to start a formal further submission process (lasting 10 working days).
  • Hearings are anticipated for autumn 2020. Decisions will be released shortly after that.


Please have your say no later than 4pm, Monday 24 June 2019.

  • CLOSED: This feedback form has concluded.

    We appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts on the Post-Harvest Zone - Review of Provisions topic.


    Please read the Issues and Options Paper on this proposed change and having considered the information, let us know what you think. 


    Feedback closes 4pm, Monday 24 June 2019.


    Privacy Act 1993: This form and the details of your submission will be publicly available as part of the decision-making process.

    We appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts on the Post-Harvest Zone - Review of Provisions topic.


    Please read the Issues and Options Paper on this proposed change and having considered the information, let us know what you think. 


    Feedback closes 4pm, Monday 24 June 2019.


    Privacy Act 1993: This form and the details of your submission will be publicly available as part of the decision-making process.

    Engagement has concluded. Thank you for your feedback.

    Council will consider this as part of its decision-making process. 

    What will happen next?

    - Once we have taken into account all of the feedback, we will prepare the changes to the District Plan and associated reports to explain the reasons for the preferred solutions.

    - When we notify the Plan Changes, there will be a formal submission process (lasting 20 working days). We will then release a summary of the submissions to start a formal further submission process (lasting 10 working days).

    - Hearings are anticipated for autumn 2020. Decisions will be released shortly after that.