Decision on notification of a resource consent application under the Resource Management Act 1991

Decision on notification of a resource consent application under the Resource Management Act 1991

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Decision on notification of a resource consent application under the Resource Management Act 1991 Applicant: Sean Park for Shortland Star Trust Site address: 28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central Legal description: LOT 1 DP 138464 Proposal: Land use consent to construct a new three level car parking building that will include both non-ancillary commuter parking and short-term visitor parking. There will be a café/coffee shop constructed within the site’s south-eastern corner fronting onto Shortland Street, while the ground level units along Fort Street will be utilised for retail purposes and provide vehicular access to the parking building.

A walkway will run through the middle of the site and will provide a pedestrian link between Shortland Street and Fort Street. Resource consents: District land use consents (R/LUC/2013/3242) Auckland Council District Plan (Central Area Section) • Rule 5.5.1 – provision of short term public visitor parking and non-ancillary commuter parking areas or buildings on sites with access to a Type 3 road shall be considered as a Discretionary activity.

• Rule 6.9 – a verandah shall be provided along the full length of the site’s frontage where a new building is erected anywhere on site. Non-compliance with this development control requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity as per Section 15.2.1.3 b) of the District Plan. • Rule 9.7.2 – every loading space shall meet minimum requirements in regards to manoeuvring, depth, width and height of the space. As per Rule 9.6, any activity which seeks to depart from the loading and parking standards in Clause 9.7.2 requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity.

• Rule 9.7.3.1 (a) ii) – an unobstructed carriageway not less than 6 metres wide or entrance and exit carriageways, each not less than 3 metres wide, shall be provided for access to parking and loading. As per Rule 9.6, any activity which seeks to depart from the loading and parking standards in Clause 9.7.2 requires

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 2 resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity. • Rule 9.7.3.1 (c) – the grade of access shall not be steeper than 1 in 8 for access to loading. As per Rule 9.6, any activity which seeks to depart from the loading and parking standards in Clause 9.7.2 requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity. • Rule 9.7.2.3 (a) – every parking space shall have dimensions in accordance with Figure 9.2 of the District Plan. As per Rule 9.6, any activity which seeks to depart from the loading and parking standards in Clause 9.7.2 requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity.

• Rule 9.7.3.3 e) – the construction of vehicle crossings within any Defined Road boundary shall be considered as a Restricted Discretionary activity. • Rule 14.4.6 b) – for those sites identified on Precinct Plan A of the District Plan, the occupation of not less than 70% of the length and not less than 10m depth of the ground floor street frontage shall be limited to food and beverage, retail or service activities. There is no activity status associated with this control, however, as per Section 15.2.1.4 of the District Plan, activity which contravenes a clause in the plan, will be considered as a non-complying activity.

• Rule 14.4.6.1 i) – on those sites identified on Precinct Plan B of the District Plan, the erection of any new building shall be considered as a restricted discretionary activity.

• Rule 14.4.8.2 ii) – for sites identified as Frontage Type B on Figure 14.4.2 of the District Plan, the frontage height of the building shall not be less than 13 metres above mean street level and no part of the building shall project through a plane starting at 28m above mean street level and rising at 65 degrees to its baseline parallel with the street boundary of the site to which the control applies to a point not less than 5 metres parallel to that street boundary. An infringement of this control requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity. • Rule 7.12 – where a resource consent is required in the District Plan for an activity, any sign which is incidental to and which identifies the proposed operations associated with that activity shall be considered with the same activity classification.

The proposal has been assessed overall as a non-complying activity. Decision Having read the application, supporting documents, specialist comments and the report and recommendations on the application, I am satisfied I have sufficient information to consider the matters required by the Resource Management Act 1991 (the RMA) and make a decision.

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 3 Under section 95A this application shall not be publicly notified because: 1. The adverse effects on the environment will be minor. Although parking will continue to be associated with the site, the layout, design of access points and the proposed split between short-term visitor parking and non-ancillary commuter parking is considered appropriate.

The building will provide streetscape definition and amenity for the surrounding environment. 2. There is no district or regional rule or national environment standard that requires public notification and the applicant has not requested it. 3. There are no other reasons, including special circumstances, to warrant notification.

Under sections 95B, 93E-95G this application shall be processed without limited notification as no persons are considered to be adversely affected by the proposed activity because: • The building will provide a degree of bulk and streetscape definition that has been lacking from the site since the mid 1990’s. The building will be finished in high quality materials, where the facades will be modulated to promote streetscape interaction. The pedestrian link will be clearly formalised with a defined pedestrian way to create a visual and physical path through the site. The proposed verandahs will also aid in providing amenity for pedestrians, while protecting the on-going health of the adjoining street trees.

The proposed signs have been appropriately designed for the building and its intended use. • The utilisation of ground floor space along Shortland and Fort Streets for retail and café style activities will provide a degree of interactive activities on the site that in the past has been lacking. These uses will also aid in screening the car parking use.

• The intensity and scale of the car parking operation is considered appropriate given the location of the site with frontages to collector roads and the clear sightlines that are evident to the east and west as vehicles leave the site. The car park is designed primarily for short-term visitor parking, where high demand will be outside the morning and evening peak hours. As a result, the parking arrangement will have a reduced impact on traffic congestion in the central city and the surrounding road network.

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central • The provision of an additional pedestrian walkway through the site will ensure a higher level of public use and activity that would otherwise not be present within a car parking building.

The walkway will have good sightlines and will enhance passive surveillance. The proposed retail and café uses will provide for ‘eyes on the street’ and a degree of interaction that is currently lacking. The design and layout of the parking building (including the location and access to ramps) has been kept simple to best meet CPTED design guidelines.

• The operation of the car acceptable. The Council’s Consultant Traffic Engineers, location of the access point to the car park is acceptable (including dimensions) and that the proposed layout and required manoeuvring will ensure that vehicles and manoeuvre around the site safely. Vehicles will not be required to reverse manoeuvre from the site. Accordingly, this application shall proceed on a Les Simmons Duty Commissioner Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 The provision of an additional pedestrian walkway through the site will ensure a higher level of public use and activity that would otherwise not be present within car parking building.

The walkway will have good sightlines and will enhance passive surveillance. The proposed retail and café uses will provide for ‘eyes on the street’ and a degree of interaction that is currently lacking. The design and arking building (including the location and access to ramps) has been kept simple to best meet CPTED design guidelines. The operation of the car park in terms of access and manoeuvring is considered acceptable. The Council’s Consultant Traffic Engineers, T2 , confirm that the location of the access point to the car park is acceptable (including dimensions) and that the proposed layout and required manoeuvring will ensure that vehicles and manoeuvre around the site safely.

Vehicles will not be required to verse manoeuvre from the site.

Accordingly, this application shall proceed on a NON-NOTIFIED basis. 28 February 2014 Page 4 The provision of an additional pedestrian walkway through the site will ensure a higher level of public use and activity that would otherwise not be present within car parking building. The walkway will have good sightlines and will enhance passive surveillance. The proposed retail and café uses will provide for ‘eyes on the street’ and a degree of interaction that is currently lacking. The design and arking building (including the location and access to ramps) has park in terms of access and manoeuvring is considered , confirm that the location of the access point to the car park is acceptable (including dimensions) and that the proposed layout and required manoeuvring will ensure that vehicles and manoeuvre around the site safely.

Vehicles will not be required to basis.

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Decision on a resource consent application under section 88 of the Resource Management Act 1991 Applicant: Sean Park for Shortland Star Trust Site address: 28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central Legal description: LOT 1 DP 138464 Proposal: Land use consent to construct a new three level car parking building that will include both non-ancillary commuter parking and short-term visitor parking. There will be a café/coffee shop constructed within the site’s south-eastern corner fronting onto Shortland Street, while the ground level units along Fort Street will be utilised for retail purposes and provide vehicular access to the parking building.

A walkway will run through the middle of the site and will provide a pedestrian link between Shortland Street and Fort Street. Resource consents: District land use consents (R/LUC/2013/3242) Auckland Council District Plan (Central Area Section) Parking Rule 5.5.1 requires that the provision of short term public visitor parking and non- ancillary commuter parking areas or buildings on sites with access to a Type 3 road be considered as a Discretionary activity.

The proposal includes the provision of 147 car parks over three levels on the site. This includes disability parking areas and loading zones. Overall, no more than 18 parking spaces will be available for commuter parking and no fewer than 129 parking spaces available for short-term visitor parking. Verandahs On every site identified on Figure 6.13 of the District Plan, a verandah shall be provided along the full length of the site’s frontage where a new building is erected anywhere on site. Non-compliance with this development control requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity as per Section 15.2.1.3 b) of the District Plan.

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 2 The proposal includes the construction of a new building on site, which includes the construction of verandahs along both the Shortland and Fort Street elevations. The verandah along Fort Street will not be continuous and will be limited to a width of 1.4 metres where 3 metres is required. While the verandah proposed along Shortland Street will be continuous in its design, the proposed width of the verandah is limited to 2.4 metres where 3 metres is required. Loading Rule 9.7.2 requires that every loading space shall meet minimum requirements in regards to manoeuvring, depth, width and height of the space.

As per Rule 9.6, any activity which seeks to depart from the loading and parking standards in Clause 9.7.2 requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity. The proposal includes the establishment of 2 loading bays within the car parking building. However, both loading bays are approximately 5 metres in depth (8 metres required) and 2.8 metres in width (3.5 metres required). One of the loading bays also has a limited height of 2.3 metres (3.8 metres required). Access to Loading Rule 9.7.3.1 (a) ii) requires that for access to loading, an unobstructed carriageway not less than 6 metres wide or entrance and exit carriageways, each not less than 3 metres wide shall be provided.

As per Rule 9.6, any activity which seeks to depart from the loading and parking standards in Clause 9.7.2 requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity.

The proposal includes entrance and exit carriageways that are to be 2.6 metres in width each. Rule 9.7.3.1 (c) requires that the grade of access shall not be steeper than 1 in 8 for access to loading. As per Rule 9.6, any activity which seeks to depart from the loading and parking standards in Clause 9.7.2 requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity. The proposal includes a number of ramps between levels that will provide access to a single loading bay on level 2 that display gradients of approximately 1 in 7. Parking Standards Rule 9.7.2.3 (a) requires that every parking space shall have dimensions in accordance with Figure 9.2 of the District Plan.

As per Rule 9.6, any activity which seeks to depart from the loading and parking standards in Clause 9.7.2 requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity. The proposal includes the provisions of a number of parking spaces on-site that do not meet the relevant manoeuvring dimensions as follows:  1-7

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 3  23-35  38-44  48-54  66-73  85-96  102-109  111-113  116-123  134-139  141-145 Defined Road Boundary Rule 9.7.3.3 e) requires that constructing vehicle crossings within any Defined Road boundary be considered as a Restricted Discretionary activity. The proposal will involve the utilisation of a single vehicle crossings that is located on a site that meets the definition of a Defined Road Boundary*. Activities Rule 14.4.6 b) requires that for those sites identified on Precinct Plan A of the District Plan, the occupation of not less than 70% of the length and not less than 10m depth of the ground floor street frontage shall be limited to food and beverage, retail or service activities.

There is no activity status associated with this control, however, as per Section 15.2.1.4 of the District Plan, activity which contravenes a clause in the plan, will be considered as a non-complying activity. The proposal includes the establishment of a car parking building on the site that includes a café along Shortland Street and retail units along Fort Street. These activities meet the definition of ‘food and beverage’ and ‘retail’ activities within Part 16 of the District Plan. However, the café will occupy approximately 66% of the length and a 9.8 metre depth of the ground floor frontage along Shortland Street.

Likewise, the retail units will occupy 100% of the length and an 8 metre depth of the ground floor frontage along Fort Street. As a result, resource consent as a non- complying activity is required.

Building Rule 14.4.6.1 i) requires that on those sites identified on Precinct Plan B of the District Plan, the erection of any new building shall be considered as a restricted discretionary activity.

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 4 The proposal includes the construction of a three level building on site, which meets the definition of ‘building’ as per Part 16 of the District Plan. Frontage Height and Setback Rule 14.4.8.2 ii) states that for sites identified as Frontage Type B on Figure 14.4.2 of the District Plan, the frontage height of the building shall not be less than 13 metres above mean street level and no part of the building shall project through a plane starting at 28m above mean street level and rising at 65 degrees to its baseline parallel with the street boundary of the site to which the control applies to a point not less than 5 metres parallel to that street boundary.

An infringement of this control requires resource consent as a restricted discretionary activity. The proposal includes the establishment of a three level building on site that has a height less than 13 metres above mean street level. The Fort Street frontage is limited to a height of 7.6 metres, while the Shortland Street frontage is limited to between 3.8 and 5 metres above mean street level.

Signs Rule 7.12 requires that where a resource consent is required in the District Plan for an activity, any sign which is incidental to and which identifies the proposed operations associated with that activity shall be considered with the same activity classification. The proposal has resulted in the establishment of a flat-wall mounted and two (2) verandah fascia sign along Fort Street and two (2) flat-wall mounted signs along Shortland Street. It is noted that as the verandah fascia signs protrude above the verandah fascia, the signs do not meet the requirements of the Auckland Council Signs Bylaw (Auckland City Consolidated – Part 27).

The application has been assessed overall as a non-complying activity. Decision Having read the application, supporting documents, specialist comments and the report and recommendations on the application, I am satisfied I have sufficient information to consider the matters required by the Resource Management Act 1991 (the RMA) and make a decision.

Under sections 104, 104D and Part 2, this resource consent is GRANTED. The reasons for this decision are:

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 5 1. In terms of section 104(1)(a), of the Resource Management Act 1991, the proposal will result in actual and potential effects on the environment that are acceptable. The design, bulk and location of the building will aid in defining the site, where the proposed retail and café uses will promote interactive frontages. Although parking will continue to be associated with the site, the layout, design of access points and the proposed split between short-term visitor parking and non-ancillary commuter parking is considered appropriate.

2. In terms of section 104(1)(b) of the Resource Management Act 1991, the proposal meets the relevant objectives, policies and assessment criteria of the District Plan and the relevant objectives and policies of the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan. The site has been associated with at grade car parking since the mid 1990’s. The establishment of a building on site will screen this use, provide for site definition and promote a degree of pedestrian amenity within the local area. The establishment of retail and café activities along the frontages will also promote interaction with the area, where the pedestrian link will increase foot traffic through the site.

Limiting the number of commuter car parks to just 18 will ensure that the use of public transport to and within the city is still promoted, where the majority of users of the site will be visitors to the city. This is considered appropriate given the site’s location and the proposed duration of the consent.

3. In terms of section 104(1)(c) of the Resource Management Act 1991, other relevant matters have been considered in the determination of the application. Of note, the duration of the consent is limited to 10 years. 4. In terms of section 104D of the Resource Management Act 1991, both gateway tests have been met. 5. The proposal will promote the sustainable management of natural and physical resources as contemplated by Part 2 of the Resource Management Act 1991 because the proposal promotes a degree of streetscape activation and will continue to maintain and in some cases enhance the amenity values of the site, while avoiding any adverse effects on the environment.

Conditions Under section 108, this consent is subject to the following conditions: General Conditions 1. Except as amended by the conditions that follow, the activity shall be carried out in accordance with the plans and all information submitted with the application, detailed below, and all referenced by the Council as consent number R/LUC/2013/3242: • Application Form, and Assessment of Effects prepared by SFH Consultants LTD, dated 28/08/2013;

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 6 • Addendum to AEE prepared by SFH Consultants LTD, dated 26/11/2013; • Email correspondence prepared by Daniel Shaw, dated 05/02/2014; • Plans & Perspectives as detailed below; Drawing reference number Title Architect / Author Dated Sheet 03 Existing Site Elevations Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 04 Site Plan Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 103 (Rev RC02) Second Floor Plan Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD 04/02/2014 Sheet 06 First Floor Plan Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 07 Ground Floor Plan Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 201 (Rev RC02) Elevations Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD 04/02/2014 Sheet 301 (Rev RC02) Section 01 Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD 04/02/2014 Sheet 601 (Rev RC02) Perspective View from Shortland Street Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD 04/02/2014 Sheet 11 Fort Street Perspective View Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 7 Sheet 12 Shortland Street Pedestrian Ramp Entrance View Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 13 Shortland Street Pedestrian Ramp View Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 14 Pedestrian Ramp Shortland St. Night Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 15 Fort Street Pedestrian Ramp Entrance View Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 16 Commerce Street Perspective View Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 17 Commerce Street Perspective View – Night Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 18 Shortland Street Pedestrian Ramp Entrance View – Night Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD Sheet 401 (Rev RC02) Details Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD 04/02/2014 Sheet 03 Concept Plan – Second Floor Plan Blacktree Architects & Designers LTD & Bespoke Landscape Architects 14/08/2013 • Specialist Reports Specialist Report Title Prepared by Rev Dated Traffic Impact Assessment Clearway 25/08/3013

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 8 2. This consent (or any part thereof) shall not commence until such time as the following charges, which are owing at the time the Council's decision is notified, have been paid in full: a. All fixed charges relating to the receiving, processing and granting of this resource consent under section 36(1) of the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA); and b. All additional charges imposed under section 36(3) of the RMA to enable the Council to recover its actual and reasonable costs in respect of this application, which are beyond challenge.

c. All development contributions relating to the development authorised by this consent, unless the Manager Resource Consents has otherwise agreed in writing to a different payment timing or method. 3. The consent holder shall pay any subsequent further charges imposed under section 36 of the RMA relating to the receiving, processing and granting of this resource consent within 20 days of receipt of notification of a requirement to pay the same, provided that, in the case of any additional charges under section 36(3) of the RMA that are subject to challenge, the consent holder shall pay such amount as is determined by that process to be due and owing, within 20 days of receipt of the relevant decision.

Consulting LTD Urban Design Report Motu Design LTD 31/07/2013 Landscape Plan Blacktree & Bespoke Landscape Architects 14/08/2013 Traffic Response Clearway Consulting LTD 23/11/2013 CPTED Report Calyx Design LTD 18/11/2013 Urban Design Memo Motu Design LTD 26/11/2013

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 9 Advice Note: Development contributions levied under the Local Government Act 2002 are payable in relation to this application. The consent holder will be advised of the development contributions payable separately from this resource consent decision.

Further information about development contributions may be found on the Auckland Council website at www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz. 4. Under section 125 of the RMA, this consent lapses five years after the date it is granted unless: a. The consent is given effect to; or b. The Council extends the period after which the consent lapses. 5. The consent holder shall pay the Council an initial consent compliance monitoring charge of $800 (exclusive of GST), plus any further monitoring charge or charges to recover the actual and reasonable costs that have been incurred to ensure compliance with the conditions attached to this consent.

Advice Note: The initial monitoring charge is to cover the cost of inspecting the site, carrying out tests, reviewing conditions, updating files, etc, all being work to ensure compliance with the resource consent. In order to recover actual and reasonable costs, inspections, in excess of those covered by the base fee paid, shall be charged at the relevant hourly rate applicable at the time. The consent holder will be advised of the further monitoring charge or charges as they fall due. Such further charges are to be paid within one month of the date of invoice. Only after all conditions of the resource consent have been met, will Council issue a letter confirming compliance on request of the consent holder.

Duration 6. Pursuant to Section 123 of the Resource Management Act 1991, the consent shall expire on 28th February 2024. Parking 7. A maximum of 18 car parking spaces of the total of 147 spaces subject to this consent shall be available for long term stay (over 4 hours) and shall be clearly marked and identified. All long term commuter parking spaces shall be located on the upper deck. 8. No fewer than 129 car parking spaces of the total of 147 spaces subject to this consent shall be available for short-term public visitor parking.

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 10 Advice Note: Short-term public visitor parking means parking for use by members of the public on a casual basis where it is available between the hours of 7:00am and 6:00pm, Monday to Friday inclusive (but excluding public holidays), the schedule of pricing is such that it severely penalises parking in excess of 240 minutes.

9. The consent holder shall remove parking space 111 or relocate the ticketing machine clear of manoeuvring areas and pedestrian paths (Sheet 103). 10.The cycle racks shall be spaced no closer than 1.2 metres to each other and the layout shall be to the satisfaction of Council Team Leader: Compliance and Monitoring Central).

11.Existing footpath crossings (or parts of such crossings) that are no longer required for the purposes of providing vehicular access to the site, in relation to the proposed development, shall be reinstated at the resource consent holder’s expense. The materials used for the restoration of such footpaths, and the whole of the work shall be carried out in accordance with the Council’s standard construction details for footpaths, kerbs and carriageways and to the satisfaction of the Council (Team Leader: Compliance and Monitoring Central in consultation with Auckland Transport).

Pre-Commencement Conditions 12.Prior to the lodgement of the architectural building consent, the final detail architectural construction plans shall be submitted to the Council for approval (Team Leader: Compliance and Monitoring Central in consultation with the Urban Design team).

These must include details of all proposed structural fabric as well as external cladding and architectural detailing. 13.Prior to the lodgement of the architectural building consent, the consent holder shall submit samples of materials, colour swatches and finishes including glazing, for approval. These shall be to the satisfaction of the Council (Team Leader: Compliance and Monitoring Central in consultation with the Urban Design team). All materials shall be high quality and durable. 14. Prior to the lodgement of the architectural building consent, the consent holder shall submit detailed specifications for the selected pedestrian ramp non-slip surface finish to the Council (Team Leader: Compliance and Monitoring Central in consultation with the Urban Design team) for approval.

The selected finish shall meet the slip resistance standards recommended in the consent holder’s CPTED and Urban Design reports.

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 Page 11 15.Prior to the lodgement of the architectural building consent, the consent holder shall submit details in regards to the final location and specification of lighting fixtures and fittings to Council (Team Leader: Compliance and Monitoring Central in consultation with the Urban Design team) for approval. The levels of illumination shall be achieved in all spaces as per the standards specified within the consent holder’s CPTED report.

16.Prior to the lodgement of the architectural building consent, the consent holder shall provide updated floor plans and/or elevations to Council (Team Leader: Compliance and Monitoring Central in consultation with the Urban Design team) of the details of a continuous canopy along the Fort Street frontage for approval.

This must include the area across the entry point to the pedestrian link. 17.Prior to the lodgement of the architectural building consent, the consent holder shall provide details and/or plans of the final design (external) and internal layout design of the proposed café located along Shortland Street to Council (Team Leader: Compliance and Monitoring Central in consultation with the Urban Design team) for approval.

Advice Note: To minimise impact on sightlines to the harbour from the pedestrian link ramp, the canopy over the currently uncovered area in front of the pedestrian link entry shall be finely designed and detailed to be glass or sheet metal spanning between, and supported slightly above the top of the canopy sections on each side of the entry. Advice notes 1. The consent holder shall obtain all other necessary consents and permits, including those under the Building Act 2004, and comply with all relevant Council Bylaws. This consent does not constitute building consent approval. Please check whether a building consent is required under the Building Act 2004.

Please note that the approval of this resource consent, including consent conditions specified above, may affect a previously issued building consent for the same project, in which case a new building consent may be required. 2. A copy of this consent shall be held on site at all times during the establishment and construction phase of the activity.

3. The consent holder is requested to notify Council, in writing, of their intention to begin works, a minimum of seven days prior to commencement. Such notification should be sent to the Team Leader: Compliance and Monitoring Central, (fax: 353 9186) and include the following details: • name and telephone number of the project manager and the site owner • site address to which the consent relates

28 Shortland Street, Auckland Central • activity to which the consent relates • expected duration of works 4. This consent does not relieve the consent holder of his/her responsibility to apply for any other consents whi and/or New Zealand Historic Places Trust.

This consent is issued under the Resource Management Act 1991 and does not remove the need to comply with all other applicable Acts (including the Property Law Act), regu and rules of law. 5. The scope of this resource consent is defined by the application made to Auckland Council and all documentation supporting that application. 6. If you disagree with any of the above conditions, or disagree with the addition charges relating to the processing of the application you have a right of objection pursuant to sections 357A or 357B of the Resource Management Act 1991. Any objection must be made in writing to Council within 15 working days of notification of the decision.

7. The consent holder is advised that this consent does not include any consenting matters under the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan (PAUP). Additional resource consents may be required if rules under the PAUP are triggered. Les Simmons Duty Commissioner Auckland Central – R/LUC/2013/3242 activity to which the consent relates expected duration of works This consent does not relieve the consent holder of his/her responsibility to apply for any other consents which may be required by the Auckland Council and/or New Zealand Historic Places Trust. This consent is issued under the Resource Management Act 1991 and does not remove the need to comply with all other applicable Acts (including the Property Law Act), regulations, Bylaws, The scope of this resource consent is defined by the application made to Auckland Council and all documentation supporting that application.

If you disagree with any of the above conditions, or disagree with the addition charges relating to the processing of the application you have a right of objection pursuant to sections 357A or 357B of the Resource Management Act 1991. Any objection must be made in writing to Council within 15 working days cision.

The consent holder is advised that this consent does not include any consenting matters under the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan (PAUP). Additional resource consents may be required if rules under the PAUP are triggered. 28 February 2014 Page 12 This consent does not relieve the consent holder of his/her responsibility to ch may be required by the Auckland Council and/or New Zealand Historic Places Trust. This consent is issued under the Resource Management Act 1991 and does not remove the need to comply with lations, Bylaws, The scope of this resource consent is defined by the application made to Auckland Council and all documentation supporting that application.

If you disagree with any of the above conditions, or disagree with the additional charges relating to the processing of the application you have a right of objection pursuant to sections 357A or 357B of the Resource Management Act 1991. Any objection must be made in writing to Council within 15 working days The consent holder is advised that this consent does not include any consenting matters under the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan (PAUP). Additional resource consents may be required if rules under the PAUP are triggered.

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