1.1.1 Acronyms Used in the District Plan
|AEE ||Assessment of Environmental Effects|
|CP||Comprehensive Development Plan|
|cds/m2||Candelas per square metre|
|CPTED ||Crime Prevention through Environmental Design|
| GFA||Gross Floor Area|
|GLFA||Gross Leasable Floor Area|
|ICMP||Integrated Catchment Management Plan|
|ITA||Integrated Transport Assessment|
|LIUDD||Low-Impact Urban Design and Development|
|LAP||Local Area Plan|
|NIMTR||North Island Main Trunk Railway|
|NMP||Noise Management Plan|
|PF||Public Floor Area|
|RPS||Regional Policy Statement|
|VPD||Vehicles Per Day|
1.1.2 Definitions Used in the District Plan
Ancillary retailing and offices:
retail or office activity on the same site as the principal activity, and whose
use is ancillary to that principal activity (e.g. a retail showroom attached to
a manufacturing premises) and forms an integral part of the business occupying
Automotive and/or marine suppliers: Means a business primarily engaged in selling automotive vehicles and/or marine craft, accessories to and parts for such vehicles and craft.
• boats and boating accessories
• trucks, cars and motorcycles
• auto parts and accessories
• trailers and caravans
• tyres and batteries
• mobility scooters.
Means a planting strip of a permeable nature with planting consisting of shrubs which can grow to a mature growth height of at least 2 metres, planted at a maximum of 1.5 metres apart, and including at least 1 tree for every 10m of boundary length.
h) Except for the puposes of the Electrictiy Transmission Corridor Rules in Table 25.7.4:Building improvement centre:
i) Pergolas, not roofed or enclosed, and not exceeding 3m in height; and
ii) Lych-gates not exceeding 3m in height.i) Steps, terraces and patios, not roofed or enclosed, and not exceeding 1m in height.
Means premises used for the storage, display and sale of goods and materials used in the construction, repair, alteration and renovation of buildings and includes nurseries and garden centres.
c) Containing radioactive material.
d) That in water has a high BOD5 (>10,000 mg/l)
a) All types of processing, manufacturing, service and repair activities.
b) Laboratories and research facilities.
c) Transport depots.
Integrated Residential Development: Means a development containing a mixture of residential units, and specifically more than one of the following types: single dwellings, duplex dwellings and/or apartment buildings on a site which is designed in a comprehensive way. The development may include shared facilities such as open space, access, parking and manoeuvring, and may have other communal activities (e.g. recreational facilities, office administration) for the exclusive use of the residents of the development and their visitors.
The development may include where relevant management structures which govern its day to day operation (such as for retirement villages or rest homes).
An integrated residential development does not include a development that consists solely of one of the following activities:
- One type of residential unit
- Managed Care Facilities
- Residential Centres.
f) Painting and signage.
g) Not visible from a public space, or
Net site area:
Means the area of the sitesite (including any unit site area associated with a residential unit where relevant), excluding any entrance strip, internal vehicle access or private way,
except for apartment buildings and duplex dwellings in the Residential
A green or living roof may provide a suitable alternative to permeable surfaces requirements but will be assessed on a case by case basis.
following are not retirement villages for the purposes of this definition:
d) Owner-occupied residential units registered under the Unit Titles Act 2010 or owner-occupied cross lease residential units that in either case do not provide services or facilities to their occupants beyond those commonly provided by:
i) similar residential units that are not intended to provide accommodation predominantly for retired people and their spouses or partners; or
ii) residential units occupied under tenancies to which the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 applies;
e) Boarding houses, guest houses, or hostels;
f) Halls of residence associated with educational institutions;
g) Residential centres or Managed care facilities; or
Risk: Means the likelihood of specified consequences of a specific event (e.g. an explosion, a fire or a toxic release) on people, property or the natural environment.
Young trees (where the age of the tree is less than 20% of life expectancy)
6 x DBH*
9 x DBH
Mature trees (where the age of the tree is between 20% and 80% of life expectancy)
9 x DBH
12 x DBH
Over mature trees (where the age of tree is greater than 80% of life expectancy)
12 x DBH
15 x DBH
*DBH means Diameter at Breast Height which in NZ is diameter at 1.4m high (the diameter of the stem 1.4m above ground level).Service industry:
Means premises occupied by activities involving light manufacturing or the repair or servicing of goods of a light nature and includes repair of household appliances, electronic equipment assembly and servicing, craft manufacture and clothes manufacture. It does not include car repairs, furniture making and the like.
: This includes:An
individual retail outlet having a store footprint over 1,000m2 GFA that sells, primarily by way of self service, a comprehensive range of:
a) domestic supplies, fresh food, groceries, such as fresh meat and produce; chilled, frozen, packaged, canned and bottled foodstuffs and beverages; and general housekeeping and personal goods, including (but not limited to) cooking, cleaning and washing products; kitchenwares; toilet paper, diapers and other paper tissue products; pharmaceutical, health and personal hygiene products and other toiletries; cigarettes, magazines and newspapers, greeting cards and stationery, batteries, flashlights, light bulbs and related products; and
b) non-domestic supplies and comparison goods comprising not more than 20 per cent of all products offered for sale as measured by retail floor space, including (but not limited to) clothing and footwear; furniture; electrical appliances; office supplies; barbecue and heating fuels; audio visual products.
Retail floor space means that area of the premises to which the public has access for the purpose of shopping, together with any area:
a) taken up for the purpose of display of goods; and
b) any counter areas used by or occupied exclusively by staff members whilst actively engaged in serving the public.
This area does not include floor space used for:
• back of house including delivery areas
• trolley storage areas
• entrance lobbies
• behind counter areas, and
a) the water quality meets the standards set out for human health for recreation for Attribute State B as defined in Appendix 2 of the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management 2014 (Updated August 2017); and
b) water quality is equivalent to a black disk clarity of 1.6m or more.
Te Rapa Corridor: Means those lots shown in Volume 2, Appendix 6, Figure 6-4.
Te Rapa Dairy Manufacturing Site: Means the land identified on Figure 6-4 and the Planning Maps as Te Rapa Dairy Manufacturing Site.
Temple View Flood Hazard Area: Means that part of any land within the vicinity of Temple View affected by flooding during a 1% annual exceedance probability event. This is identified as Temple View Flood Hazard Area within the Planning Maps.
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