Update: Correction on Paremoremo cells (they have to be removed after trials).
Hearing, Greenhithe North, 5 April 2002
Greenhithe North, 90 Schnapper Rock Rd, council commissioner Wyn Hoadley (chairman of North Shore City Council’s regulatory & hearings committee) with independent commissioners Harry Bhana & John Childs granted Hurstmere Ltd & PA Herzog Ltd (trading companies of landowners the Vuletic family) non-notified hearing for their applications to develop a 50-unit comprehensive residential development on 2ha (Hurstmere, which seeks land use consent) and a 3-lot subdivision covering a total 17.7ha (Herzog). Story: Vuletics get non-notified hearing at Schnapper Rock Rd
Regulatory & hearings committee, 4 April 2002
Glenfield, 145 Manuka Rd, the committee amended its consent for a 5-lot subdivision granted in January after the developer, John Scott, objected to 1 condition requiring all power & telecommunications wiring to go underground. 3 of the dwellings are already standing, but are served by lines which fall below the UnitedNetworks guideline of 4.5m for rights of way.
Mr Scott agreed to underground wiring to the 2 new lots, at existing flat 4. Overhead wiring will be allowed for the other units, but will be brought up to the guideline height.
Paremoremo Prison, 8 Sanders Rd, the committee approved an application by the Corrections Department to build 3 prototype prison cells to test designs for future prisons, but also decided the cells could not stay once trialling was finished. [This is a corrected item: Original story said the cells could stay; they have to be removed.]
Albany, 62 Parkway Drive, the committee received an outline plan of works from the city council & Transit NZ for earthworks to stabilise the site for the Constellation Drive busway station & parking area, and agreed changes affecting onsite management, silting, noise & dust control. The Environment Court confirmed the site’s designation for a bus station last June.
Mairangi Bay, 8 Sidmouth St, application by Georgia Projects Ltd to build a 3-level 14-unit residential development with basement parking. Submissions close with North Shore City Council on Wednesday 1 May.
Resource consent hearings
Greenhithe North, 90 Schnapper Rock Rd, decision on notification for application by Hurstmere Ltd for land use consent for 50-residential unit comprehensive development and P & A Herzog Ltd (both trading companies of original landowners, directed by Ita Vuletic, who’s also a director of Ravita Stud Ltd, Natrakelp NZ Ltd & Stina Holdings Ltd) for 3-lot subdivision of 2ha first stage on 17.7ha property, hearing Friday 5 April 11am.