Proposed District Plan decisions
Decisions on submissions to the Proposed Invercargill City District Plan have been released. As a result of this, the Proposed District Plan has been amended and now has legal effect.
As there is an appeal period, all subdivision and development will need to comply with both the Operative District Plan and the Proposed District Plan, at least until 9 December 2016.
The decisions have amended a significant number of provisions in the Proposed District Plan, including minimum lot sizes, site coverage (which has returned to 40% in the Residential 1 Zone) and outdoor living space requirements.
There are brochures on the Planning Guides and Forms page that outline the key rules for the Residential, Otatara and Rural zones. The Proposed District Plan, showing the changes, is available on this page.
NOTE: It will pay to double check your development proposal with the Council’s Duty Planner (03) 211 1777 if you have any Planning concerns.
Land Information Memorandum
If you are considering buying a home or commercial building you should be aware that the Council holds some information that may be useful for you to have as you make your decision.
This information can be provided to you in a Land Information Memorandum (LIM).
A LIM contains a lot of information relating to a property and is a very useful document to have as you do your due diligence.
- For more information visit the LIM page.
Building Sector News
- BS News – May 2016
- BS News – April 2016
- BS News – March 2016
- BS News – February 2016
- BS News – January 2016
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