Updated 6 April 2020 with Auckland Council emergency committee agenda:
New this week:
- One consent hearing & one application open to submissions added.
The diary is updated weekly and lists auctions, council meetings & agendas, hearings & submissions, economic release dates, events, Parliament order paper items and securities.
All Auckland Council agendas can be reached via http://infocouncil.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/. The council livestreams (and archives) Town Hall meetings and some other meetings. You can check those at http://councillive.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/.
This is the link to the council page for submissions on consent applications:
And this is the link to find hearings: https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/have-your-say/hearings/find-hearing/Pages/find-resource-consent-hearing.aspx
Emergency committee takes over council business
Auckland Council’s governing body agreed last Tuesday to run its committees’ & the governing body’s business through an emergency committee for the duration of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The emergency committee is scheduled to meet every Thursday through April, starting on 2 April, all meetings scheduled to open at 10am.
It will handle all committee business except for the audit & risk committee, which has non-council specialists among its members (but isn’t scheduled to meet in April).
Mayor Phil Goff & deputy mayor Bill Cashmore will be chair & deputy chair of the new committee, which will have a quorum of 2. Councillors will be able to sign in for all meetings, and Independent Maori Statutory Board members for business they would normally be able to attend.
Emergency committee, Thursday 9 April at 10am – online
8, Covid-19 briefing & Auckland Emergency Management status update
9, Approval of Auckland Council’s ‘shovel-ready’ infrastructure projects & programmes to Crown Infrastructure Partners Ltd
10, Update on the Healthy Waters southern & regional maintenance contracts
C1, Confidential: Supplier recommendation for Healthy Waters southern & regional maintenance contracts
27 March 2020: Council turns its business over to an emergency committee
CBD, Victoria Quarter, 74-80 Wellesley St West, application by Hotel Grand Chancellor (Auckland) Ltd to demolish existing buildings and construct & operate a new 191-room hotel in a 12-storey building, hearing Monday-Tuesday 18-19 May at 9.30am, Town Hall
Pt Chevalier, 315 Pt Chevalier Rd, application by Serbian Orthodox Mission Holy King Milutin Trust to construct a new church on the front half of the site and alterations to the existing church at the rear to form a community hall (ground floor) & priests’ residence (first floor); hearing Tuesday 21 April at 9.30am, Town Hall
Dairy Flat, 1669 Dairy Flat Highway, application by Silverdale Comdev Ltd (Fantails Childcare operators Jan & Johanna Kiers) to establish a café & associated building for 50 people & 6 staff, and to change an existing stormwater diversion & discharge consent, hearing Friday 22 May at 9.30am, Orewa, ex-council chamber, Pacific & Tasman Buildings 50 Centreway Rd
Wynyard Quarter, 121-127 & 129 Beaumont St and 184-200 Pakenham St West, application by Auckland Waterfront Apartments Ltd (Chiu Yung & Mu Huayi), subsidiary of Wynyard Quarter hotel developer Fu Wah Auckland (Hong Kong) Ltd, to undertake comprehensive redevelopment of a city block to provide 6 buildings containing dwellings, visitor accommodation, retail activities, a public plaza, publicly accessible lanes & basement carparking; hearing Tuesday-Thursday 2-4 June at 9.30am, Town Hall
Plan change hearings & submissions:
Wayby Valley, private plan change 42 + resource consent for regional landfill, applications by Waste Management NZ Ltd to introduce a new regional landfill precinct to the Auckland unitary plan with new provisions specific to the precinct, and to construct & operate a class 1 landfill (one that accepts municipal solid waste, which includes residential & commercial waste, construction & demolition waste, some industrial wastes that meet strict acceptance criteria & contaminated soils, but not loads of hazardous waste); both plan change & consent applications notified 26 March, submissions close Tuesday 26 May
Private plan change 42, Wayby Valley, Auckland regional landfill
Private plan change 42 documentation
Assessment of effects & RMA section 32 analysis
Resource consent submissions:
To find applications open to submissions: https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/have-your-say/have-your-say-notified-resource-consent/notified-resource-consent-applications-open-submissions/Pages/default.aspx
Epsom, 70 Onslow Avenue, limited notification of land use consent application by Robin & Desmond Morrison to remove the existing dwelling & construct 2 new dwellings within a special character area; submissions close Monday 15 April
Mairangi Bay, 19 Whitby Crescent and 385 & 387 Beach Rd, limited notification of application by YIS Development Ltd (Yi Gang) to construct 2 apartment buildings containing 28 units in total – 22 in “Building A” fronting Beach Rd, 6 in “Building B” fronting Whitby Crescent – over 3 sites & a basement carpark accessed from Kowhai Rd; the proposal is a restricted discretionary activity; submissions close Wednesday 6 May
Mission Bay, 5 Atkin Avenue, limited notification of application by Kim Nguyen to build 4-level 26-unit visitor accommodation block with 89m² café; an existing consent provides for a 3-level 19-unit visitor accommodation block; submissions close Wednesday 17 April
Parnell, 44 St Georges Bay Rd, limited application by 44 SGBR Ltd (Mike Warren) to build 3-level 3-apartment building; 6 parking spaces, storage & plant rooms at semi-basement level; submissions close Tuesday 14 April
Silverdale, Small Rd, lot 9 DP 520205 & sec 216 SO 18072, application by Matvin Group Ltd (Kevin Clark & Matthew Ellingham) to establish & operate an integrated residential development (retirement village) involving the construction of 28 new buildings & 501 units, including the operation of a childcare centre for a maximum of 100 children & 15 staff; food & beverage activities, car parking and to subdivide the site to create 2 lots; submissions close Wednesday 8 April
Link: Application documents
Story 9 March 2020: Silverdale transformation continues
Auctionrooms are closed.
Te Kupenga 2018 (survey of Maori wellbeing), Monday 6 April
Dwelling & household estimates, March quarter, Tuesday 7 April
Environmental reporting series, Our fresh water, Wednesday 8 April
Electronic card transactions, March, Tuesday 14 April
Migration & international travel, February – Infoshare tables, Tuesday 14 April
Food price index, March, Wednesday 15 April
Rental price indexes, March, Wednesday 15 April
Research & development survey, 2019, Friday 17 April
Consumers price index, March quarter, Monday 20 April
Vehicle registrations, March – Infoshare tables, Tuesday 21 April
Employment indicators, March – Infoshare tables, Tuesday 28 April
US Federal Reserve, open market committee, Tuesday-Wednesday 28-29 April
Trade, overseas merchandise, March, Wednesday 29 April
Household living costs price indexes, March quarter, Thursday 30 April
CoreNet Global NZ, symposium, 28 May, Queen’s Wharf, Shed 10
Property Council awards, Friday 19 June, Spark Arena
NZ Institute of Building, annual conference – “Built to last”, Wednesday 21 October, Grand Millennium Hotel, Auckland
Listeds – NZ:
CDL Investments NZ Ltd, annual meeting, Tuesday 26 May, time & venue to be confirmed in the notice of meeting at the end of April
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels NZ Ltd, annual meeting, Tuesday 26 May, time & venue to be confirmed in the notice of meeting at the end of April
Property For Industry Ltd, annual meeting Tuesday 19 May, location to be determined – likely to be held at a physical location in Auckland with a digital option, details will be confirmed in the notice of meeting
Summerset Group Holdings Ltd, annual meeting, will be held on Wednesday 29 April at 1pm, online at www.virtualmeeting.co.nz/SUM20
Parliament resumed for the year on Tuesday 11 February and will rise on Thursday 6 August. The general election is set for Saturday 19 September.
Parliament is scheduled to resume sitting on Tuesday 28 April.
Submissions on bills:
Ahuriri Hapu Claims Settlement Bill, submissions close Friday 1 May
Fair Trading Amendment Bill, submissions close Sunday 26 April
Financial Market Infrastructures Bill, submissions close Thursday 30 April
Financial Markets (Conduct of Institutions) Amendment Bill, submissions close Thursday 30 April
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