Residential Unit Overlay Section 71 proposal -update 4

Information on the proposal for use of section 71 to amend the District Plan to provide a policy framework that supports the Residential Unit Overlay. PDF of Residential Unit Overlay Update 4 (Oct 3-2018) LINK to CCC for full documentation __

Changes coming- what happened in these 3 weeks? Sep 23-Oct 16

Articles written and received Sep 23 thru Oct 16, 2018 23/09 2018 Mayor tells Stuff the error was down to a mix-up during discussions while the plan was being drawn up in 2016. Resource-consent-crisis-caused-by-an-oversight-mayor-lianne-dalziel-says 7 OCT Warwick Shaffer Deputy CCRU- 7 OCT Update on the 'missing clause' and the s71 process that is being used to fix it. (Along with some personal observations) The release of Judge Hansens letter confirmed that the district plan was not as the IHP (Independent Hearing Panel) intended. CCRU and community board members had long argued this but the CCC response was that the panel would have put it in if they wanted it in so it is as intended. A qu

Apology over tampering claims as solution to consents fiasco inches closer

Councillor David East has offered an apology to council staff for questioning their integrity and accusing them of tampering with Christchurch's district plan. LINK TO VIDEO East backed down over his claim officials had removed a clause that would have helped residents in coastal areas rebuild and repair earthquake-damaged homes. His apology came as councillors unanimously backed a proposal to change the district plan that will make such repairs easier, a move East described as a "momentous decision". Now ratified by council, the proposed alteration will be sent to Christchurch Regeneration Minister Megan Woods to put to the public before deciding whether to sign it off – a move that could b

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