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Operative District Plan
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The Operative District Plan (ODP) is the current version of the plan which contains objectives, policies and rules for resource management activities across our district. These provisions still apply until there are no more appeals on the Proposed District Plan provisions.
Volumes of the ODP
The Operative District Plan contains three volumes:
Volume One: The current provisions
Volume Two: Proposed Changes to the ODP
Volume Three: Maps relating to the current provisions
Private Plan Change 54 - Northlake
The purpose of this plan change is to provide legal access and an infrastructure services corridor to Sticky forest, as required by Condition 47 of the Fast-Track Consent for the Northbrook Retirement Village. It also seeks to expand the land available for residential development. The location is Lindis Road, Wanaka, Lot 2000DP 568636.
For information on the Decision on Private Plan Change 54 - Northlake, click here.
For more information on the hearing for Private Plan Change 54 - Northlake, click here.
For more information on Private Plan Change 54 - Northlake, click here.
Plan changes to the ODP
Click here to see completed plan changes to the Operative District Plan and any applications for a Private Plan Change.
Non-Schedule 1 amendments to the ODP
Coming soon: QLDC’s new ePlans
We’re currently working on brand new electronic formats of our District Plan, which we’re calling ePlans.
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