Amendment to Hamilton Airport Protection Overlay
Objectives, Policies and Rules
Outer Noise Control Boundary
Obstacle Limitation Surface
increasing the horizontal surface from 95m to 102m above the Moturiki datum, this horizontal surface extends 4000m from the periphery of the main runway;
and also changing the conical surface from a 1 in 40 rises to a 1 in 20 rises, sloping outwards from the edge of the horizontal surface to an elevation of 207m.
- Policy 7.4 – Noise
- Rule 2.6 – Airport Protection Overlay
Rule 6.3 – Subdivisional Standards for Individual Zones
Rule 8.0 – Definitions
- District Plan Maps
Proposed Amendment to Planning Map 20 – Hamilton Airport Protection Overlay
Volume 1 - Schedule 3 - Amendments to Hamilton City District
Hamilton International Airport: Runway extension and change to Noise Boundaries and Obstacle Limitation Surface.
Volume 2 (part 1) - Appendices*
Volume 2 (part 2) - Appendices*
* Hamilton Airport Noise Contours Peer Review Please note due to the file size of the Volume 2 Appendices they are unavailable on-line. If you require a copy of these documents email email@example.com
or phone 07 838 6810.
The 2009 Amendments to the Resource Management Act introduced a number of significant changes relating to the legal effect of rules. It is important to note that the amendments only apply to rules and they do not limit or affect the weight that a consent authority gives to objectives, policies, and other issues, reasons, or methods in plans before the plan becomes operative.
Refer to section 86A to 86G of the Resource Management Act for further information.
Decisions on Variation 22 were released on 10th August 2011 and no appeals were received. The Variation has now been incorporated into the District Plan.
Further submission information
- Any person representing a relevant aspect of the public interest; and
- Any person that has an interest in the proposed policy statement or plan greater than the interest the general public has; and
- The local authority itself.