Introduction Hot Water Beach (NZ) Ltd has made a written request for a variation to the Proposed District Plan. The request seeks to insert a new structure plan into Section 27 of the Proposed District Plan. The new structure plan is for a site located at 790C Hot Water Beach Road, Hot Water Beach. See location plan below. The proposed structure plan will enable subdivision for 45 ‘rural-residential’ lots and dwellings on an existing rural lot at Hot Water Beach. The purpose of the structure plan “… is to provide for the development and use of the land for rural residential purposes within a conservation framework established for the enhancement and protection of the ecological values and biodiversity of the site.” The proposed ‘Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan’ contains rules for future subdivision and development of the site. The development will require restoration and protection of ecological values and indigenous biodiversity, landscaping of the site, restoration and enrichment planting for conservation purposes, with animal and plant pest control. Location Map; Please click to view the documents on Variation 3 - Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan Executive summary - Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan - Policy & S32 RMA Analysis Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan – Description, Purpose, Objectives, Policies, Rules and Assessment criteria Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan – Diagram A Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan – Diagram B and C Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan – Ecological Assessment Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan – Geotechnical Assessment Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan – Landscape Assessment Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan – Transport Assessment Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan- Archaeological Assessment Hearing A hearing is scheduled for Monday 15 March 2021 and if required Tuesday 16 March 2021 at the Mercury Bay Service Centre 10 Monk Street, Whitianga. The Commissioners appointed for this hearing are Alan Watson and Paul Cooney. If you have indicated, you wish to be heard all the details have been sent to via email. If you have any questions regarding this hearing please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 8680200 Proponent's Evidence Proponent's evidence supplied 1 and 2 March 2021. Covering memorandum Consolidated Structure Plan (Version 11) with Diagrams A to F and Attachments 1-3 Taiwawe Catchment Strucure Plan - Diagram A: Conservation and Development Areas Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan Diagram B: Hot Water Beach. Te Puia and Taiwawe Lane Intersection Design Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan Diagram C & D: Typical cross sections Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan Diagram E & F: Typical cross sections E &F Statement of Evidence - G Lawrence (with attachments) Statement of Evidence - Traffic Planning Assessment Statement of Evidence - M Chapman, Stormwater Management Taiwawe Catchment Surface Water Runoff Management (V4) Satement of Evidence - N Goldwater - Ecological Assessment Statement of Evidence - P Green - Survey Review Staement of Evidence - P Kelsey - Geotechnical - Figure 1 and Figure 2 - Earthtech Geotechnical Assessment Report (attachment a) Statement of Evidence - S Brown - Landscape Architect - Attachments accompanied to this statement (Attachment 4 & 5, 6-18, 19-22) can be found here Section 42A Hearing Report This is a summary of all the submissions and further submissions, and recommendations made for the Commissioner's consideration. Section 42a hearing report Section 42a hearing report attachment 1 Section 42a hearing report attachment 2 Submissions Submissions were are open from 8am Friday 24 July 2020 to 5pm Friday 28 August 2020. Submissions have now closed. Further submissions were open from 4 December - 18 December 2020. Further Submissions A summary of the decisions sought in the submissions lodged on Variation - 3 'Taiwawe Catchment Structure Plan' has been compiled. Council notifed for further submissions on the 4 December 2020. 'Further submissions' only allow people to either support or oppose an original submission on the variation. The summary of the decisions sought by submitters and a copy of any submission can be viewed online or by clicking on each submitter below. Summary of Decisions Sought in Submissions Original submissions Submitter 1 - Lindsay and Lorraine Stanfield Submitter 2 - Richard McNabb and Manuela Schultz Submitter 3 - Marshall Gabin Submitter 4 - Hayden Smith and Kate Lingard Submitter 5 - Alan Jonkers and Pauline Mason Submitter 6 - Sally-Jane Armstrong Submitter 7 - Jayne Francis Submitter 8 - Jesse Parkhill and Rose-Ellen Saunders Submitter 9 - Rachel and Adam Clow Submitter 10 - Adele Smaill Submitter 11- Diane Hinds Submitter 12 - Joe Davis Submitter 13 - Howard Saunders Submitter 14 - Vivianne Bongard and Daniel Lockhart Submitter 15 - Thames-Coromandel District Council Submitter 16 - Jeremy Coates and John McDermott Submitter 17 - Blair and Jean Saunders Submitter 18 - Kaitlyn Gooch Submitter 19 - Aliesha Crackett Submitter 20 - Waikato Regional Council Submitter 21 - Dana Gaebler Submitter 22 - Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Submitter 23 - Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand Inc Submitter 24 - Amy and Aarron Harrison Submitter 25 - Grant and Sheree Webster Late submissions (received after 28 August 2020) Submitter 26 - Deborah Quilter Submitter 27 - David and Jill Edmunds Submitter 28 - David Ryan Submitter 29 - Steven and Leanne Henderson In accordance with Clause 8 in Schedule 1 of the RMA, only the following persons may lodge a 'further submission' supporting or opposing any original submission: Any person representing a relevant aspect of the public interest; or Any person that has an interest in the variation greater than the interest that the general public has; or The Thames-Coromandel District Council. A 'further submission' is limited to either supporting or opposing any submission or submission point in an original submission. New matters cannot be raised in a 'further submission'. A copy of the 'further submission' must be sent to the person who made the original submission within 5 working days of serving the submission on the Council.