The Council has received a resource consent application from HWCP Management Limited to develop a block within the inner city. The block is bounded by the east side of Dee Street, the south side of Esk Street, the west side of Kelvin Street and the north side of Tay Street.
The first element of the application is the demolition of a number of buildings. This includes two Category II buildings which are on the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga register.
It is also proposed to alter the facade of another Category II building. Thirteen buildings which have Class 2 heritage protection in the Invercargill City District Plan are proposed to be demolished, while the facades of three Class 2 buildings will be retained. A Category I Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga registered building will be incorporated into the development.
The second element of the application is the multi-faceted redevelopment of the site. The redevelopment will include a range of food and dining outlets and associated outdoor dining spaces. The applicant also proposes to construct a variety of retail outlets, including a large anchor retailer and boutique shops. There will also be office space, apartments, a medical centre, civic facilities, a piazza and a multi-level carpark.
Submissions on the application closed on Friday, 16 November 2018.
The Hearing Process
The Chair of the Hearings Panel, Commissioner John Maassen has issued two minutes in respect of the Hearing. The Hearing will begin on Monday 25 March 2019 at 9.30am in the Council Chamber, first floor, 101 Esk Street, Invercargill.
Council’s Section S42A Report
The Council’s S42A report under the Resource Management Act regarding
the HWCP’s proposed development in the block bounded by Dee, Tay, Esk|
and Kelvin Streets is available below:
The applicants’ statements of evidence:
Statement of Evidence – Scott O’Donnell – HWCP
Statement of Evidence – Geoffrey Thomson – HWCP
Statement of Evidence – Tom Campbell
Statement of Evidence – James Burgess – Architecture and Urban Design
Statement of Evidence – Hayden Cawte – Heritage
Statement of Evidence – Jay Baththana – Traffic and Transportation
Statement of Evidence – Geoff Cotton – Project Management Construction Methodology
Statement of Evidence – Christine McMillan – Planning
Legal Submissions on behalf of the applicant
Evidence and Statements from submitters
Further information from the applicant
The applicant was requested to provide further information in respect of matters raised by Council’s planning consultant and submitters.
The information from the applicant is listed below:
The application, appendices and supporting information
The application documents have been split into two sections:
Assessment of Environmental Effects Among the topics: Site Description, Description of Activity, District Plan Assessment, Consideration of Alternatives, Assessment of Actual and Potential Effects, Positive Effects, Consultation, Conclusion.
Section 2: Appendices, consultation and related documents
Appendix C – Part 1 (24MB)
Appendix C – Part 2 (27MB)
Appendix C – Part 3 (22MB)
Appendix C – Part 4 (20MB)
Appendix C – Part 5 (27MB)
Appendix C – Part 6 (25MB)
Appendix C – Part 7 (27MB)
Appendix C – Part 8 (6MB)
Appendix D – Detailed Seismic Assessments (DSA), Initial Seismic Assements (ISA) and Summary.
Appendix D – 01 – 33 Dee Street – DSA
Appendix D – 02 – 67 Esk Sreet DSA
Appendix D – 03 – 8-17 Cambridge Place ISA
Appendix D – 04 – 19-21 Cambridge Place ISA
Appendix D – 05 – 7 Dee Street ISA
Appendix D – 06 – 9 Dee Street ISA
Appendix D – 07 – 31 Dee Street ISA
Appendix D – 08 – 35 Esk Street ISA
Appendix D – 09 – 37 Esk Street ISA
Appendix D – 10 – 53 Esk Street ISA
Appendix D – 11 – 59-61 Esk Street ISA
Appendix D – 12 – 2-10 Kelvin Street ISA
Appendix D – 13 – 12-16 Kelvin Street ISA
Appendix D – 14 – 18 Kelvin Street ISA
Appendix D – 15 – 30 Tay Street ISA
Appendix D – 16 – 36 Tay Street ISA
Appendix D – 17 – 40 Tay Street ISA
Appendix D – 18 – 42 Tay Street ISA
Appendix D – 19 – 48 Tay Steet ISA
Appendix D – 20 – 49 Esk Street ISA
Appendix D – 21 – 50 Tay Street ISA
Appendix D – 21 – 50 Tay Street ISA
Appendix D – 22 – 58 Tay Street ISA
Appendix D – 23 – Summary of Structural Information
Appendix D – 24 – Seismic Ratings Summary Diagram
Appendix E – Demolition Management Plan
Appendix F – Noise Assessments
Appendix G – HWCP – Appendix G Preliminary Site Investigation (16MB)
Appendix H – Retail Assessment
Appendix I – Community Consultation – Pop Up Shop Feedback
Appendix J – Key Stakeholders’ Letters of Support
Appendix K – Legal Opinion
Appendix M – Certificates of Title and Planning Maps. If copies are required please email ResourceConsents@icc.govt.nz
Consultation and related documents
Submissions to the Council closed on Friday, 16 November 2018; copies had to be served on HWCP Management (details below). Submitters who indicated that they wished to be heard will be asked if they would like to make an oral submission at a hearing.
Addresses for submissions
Copies of submissions were to be e served as soon as reasonably practicable on HWCP Management (the applicant) at this address for service:
Attention: Christine McMillan
PO Box 1262