|||Maximum of 50%|
|||Minimum of 20%|
|||The maximum height of buildings shall be 15m except that when any building is located in the Amenity Protection Area the maximum height shall be 10m.|
|d)||Height in relation to boundary|
No part of any building shall protrude through a height control plane rising at an angle of 28 degrees between northwest (315 degrees) and northeast (45 degrees), and rising at an angle of 45 degrees in all other directions. This angle is measured from 3m above ground level at all boundaries.
|||||a.||Where buildings are attached, no height control plane is required between those buildings|
|||||b.||Where a boundary adjoins a transport corridor or access way, the 45-degree angle applies to that boundary, measured 3m above the boundary|
|||||c.||Where there are two or more dwellings on the same site, the plane shall be measured at a line midway between the two dwellings rising at an angle of 45 degrees and with this angle measured from 3m above ground level at the midway line.|
|e)|| Setbacks |
|||i. ||Managed care facilities, retirement villages and rest homes shall be set back 30m from the following:|
|||||a.||The boundary of Te Rapa Road;|
|||||b.||The boundary of any other industrial site; and|
|||||c.||Any other industrial activity on the same site.|
|f)||Lighting and Glare, Noise and Smoke, Fumes, Odour and Dust|
the residential activities listed above are established on site, the following
standards shall apply in addition to all other relevant city-wide standards:
Lighting and Glare
All residential activities shall be located to avoid the spill of light from artificial lighting (excluding street and navigation lights and traffic signals) from other activities in excess of 3 lux (horizontal and vertical) when measured at any point within 1.5m of the boundary of a residential activity.
|||ii.||Noise and Vibration|
Residential activities shall be located to ensure that noise from any surrounding activity does not exceed the following limits, when measured within any point within 1.5m of the boundary of the residential activities.
|Time of day|
|0700-2000 hours||50 dB||-|
|2000-2300 hours||45 dB||-|
|2300-0600 hours||40 dB||75 dB|
Rule 22.214.171.124 Noise-sensitive Activities – Activities in all Zones applies for all noise sensitive activities.
|||iii.||Smoke, Fumes, Odour and Dust|
All residential activities shall be located to avoid objectionable or offensive dust, smoke, fumes or odour from any site including uses on the same site.
|i.||Residential activities may only locate within 30m of a Hazardous Facilities where the activity has quantity ratio of <0.2 as per Rule 126.96.36.199.|
|||i.||The minimum area of land (net site area) required in respect of each residential unit (in the case of Retirement Villages) or resident (in the case of rest homes and managed care facilities) shall be: |
|Activity||Minimum net site area|
|i. Rest homes||50m2 per resident|
|ii. Managed care facilities ||100m2 per resident|
|iii. Retirement Villages|
300m² per single dwelling unit
400m² per duplex (200m² per unit)
Apartments – Average net site area of 150m² per residential unit
|i)||Interface between public and private (these standards only apply to front, corner and through sites):|
|||i.||Location of accessory building:|
|||||a.||All detached accessory buildings shall be located no further forward of the front building line of the dwelling than 0.5m (see Figure 4.4.7f);|
|||||b.||Accessory buildings that are an integral part of the design and construction of the dwelling shall, if the garage door is to face the street, be located no further forward of the front building line of the dwelling than 0.5m (see Figure 4.4.7e);|
|||||c.||Accessory buildings that are an integral part of the design and construction of the dwelling, if the garage door is 90 degrees to the street, shall be forward of the front line of the dwelling (see Figure 4.4.7e), by no more than 8m.|
|||ii.||At least one habitable room shall have a clear-glazed window facing the transport corridor. For corner and through sites this shall be required only on the frontage from which vehicular access is provided.|
|||iii.||Fences and walls shall have a maximum height of 1.8m.|
|j)||Residential Buildings – Separation and Privacy|
|||i.||Residential buildings shall be set back at least 3m from the nearest part of any other residential building on the same site, except:|
|||||a.||No separation is required between buildings that are attached.|
|||||b.||Where windows are located and designed (including by glazing) to avoid views between rooms in different buildings on the same site, separation distance is a minimum of 1.5m.|
|||ii.||A balcony at upper-floor level shall be set back at least 5m from all boundaries (see Figure 4.4.9c).|
This does not apply to a boundary along a transport corridor, access way, right-of-way, private way, access lot, or entrance strip, less than 6m wide.