Published 27 April 2008
Jurisdiction: Auckland City
Neighbourhood: Waiheke Island
Applicant: Man O War Station Ltd (Berridge & Mertsi Spencer)
Application: Cactus Bay, 725 Man O War Bay Rd, to build a one-bedroom one-level dwelling on the eastern portion, access & a one-level boat shed containing a sleepout with bunkroom & bathroom on the western portion, both buildings set at the foot of a hill back from the bay; total building coverage 364m² on 1612m² site, which is within land unit 1 (coastal cliffs) under the operative district plan, and landform 2 (dune systems) under the proposed district plan; vehicle access isn’t permitted in land unit 1 and construction of any buildings in landform 2 is non-complying
Notification date: 26 April
Submission closure date: Friday 23 May
Other details: The Spencers, children of longtime Man O’War owner John Spencer, are directors of Cardlink Systems Ltd & related companies, Clime Group Ltd & related companies, Design Plus Textiles Ltd, Huruhe Station Ltd, Icon Home Ltd, Infiniti Investments Ltd, ITL Textiles Ltd, Man O’War Vineyards Ltd, Marine Equipment Export & Import Co Ltd, MK Textiles Ltd, MKT Property Ltd, Renaissance Investments Ltd, South Coast Station Ltd, Stony Batter Estate Ltd, Tasman Buildings Ltd, Thumb Point Station Ltd, Tokoeka Properties Ltd & US Resources Ltd. Mr Spencer is also a director of Flyghtship Construction Ltd, Ms Spencer of Charge Card Corp Ltd, Cida Solutions Ltd, Codi Design & Resourcing Ltd and Fleet Card NZ Ltd.
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Attribution: Council notice, story written by Bob Dey for this website.