25.4.5 Rules - Specific Standards

​​​​​25.4.5.1 Activities Required to be Assessed using the Hazardous Facility Screening Procedure

​a)​Hazardous facilities required to co​​mply with this specific standard shall be assessed using the Hazardous Facility Screening Procedure explained in Volume 2, Appendix 12. This process will produce a “quantity ratio” that must be used to determine the activity status of the facility by referring to the table below.​

Consent Status Matrix

Zone/Overlay
Activity Status/Consent Status Indices
Permitted
Discretionary
​a)  General Residential Zone 
b)  Residen​tial Intensification Zone 
c)  Medium Density Residential Zone 
d)  Large Lot Residential Zone 
e)  Special Character Zones
​≤0.02​>0.02
f)  Natural Open Space Zone
≤0.05
>0.05
g)  Central City Zone
h)  Business 4 and 5 Zones
i)  Transport Corridor Zone
j)  Rototuna Town Centre Zone
k) Business 7 Zone (Frankton Living Overlay only)
≤0.1
>0.1
l)  Neighbourhood Open Space Zone
m)  Sport and Recreation Open Space Zone
n)  Destination Open Space Zone
o)  Community Facilities Zone
p)  Business 1, 2, 3 and 6 Zones
q)  Industrial Zone (Amenity Protection Area only)
≤0.2
>0.2
​r) Business 7 Zone  (Excluding Frankton Living​ Overlay)​≤0.4​>0.4
s)  Major Facilities Zone
t) Knowledge Zone (University of Waikato only)
 
 
               
≤0.6
>0.6

Exception
Within 100m of any zone specified in a) to q) of this table, when the thresholds shall be:
≤0.3
>0.3
u)  Industrial Zone (excluding Amenity Protection Area)
v)  Ruakura Logistics Zone
w)  Ruakura Industrial Park Zone
x)   Te Rapa North Industrial Zone
y)   Future Urban Zone
z)  Knowledge Zone (excluding University of Waikato)
               
 
               
 
               
 
               
≤1.0 ​ ​ ​
>1.0

 
​ ​ ​ ​
Exceptions
​Within 30m of any zone specified in a) to e) of this table, when the thresholds shall be:
​≤0.2
>0.2
Between 30m and 100m of any zone specified in a) to e) of this table, when the thresholds shall be:
≤0.75
>0.75
Within 100m of any zone specified in f) to t) of this table, when the thresholds shall be:
≤0.75
>0.75

25.4.5.2 Te Rapa Dairy Man​ufacturing Site and Crawford Street Freight Village ​

a)The volumes and quantities of hazardous substances shall not increase by more than 20% from those existing on the sites as at 31 March 2016 and notified to the Council by 1 May 2016.
​b)Any hazardous substance at the Te Rapa Dairy Manufacturing Site shall be stored or used at a minimum of 40m from the site boundary.
​c)Any hazardous substance at the Crawford Street Freight Village shall be stored or used at a minimum of 65m from any boundary of the Residential, Open Space or Major Facilities Zones.
​d)Where there is any non-compliance with the standards listed in a) to c) above the relevant class of the Hazardous Facility Screening Procedure set out in Volume 2, Appendix 12 shall apply. 

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