Draft CBD Redevelopment Plan
- Council to directly engage with Māwhera Incorporation on potential changes to the plan.
- Further engagement with the CBD Redevelopment Forum.
West Coast Regional Waste Minimisation and Management Plan
Kaiata Water Supply
b. 16/12/034 – Water supply – Kaiata – Outcome of Public Consultation
Refer pages 29-36 of Agenda.
Mr Michael Culling, Mr John Williams and Mr Geoff Ball addressed Council.
The Chief Executive Officer confirmed that no building consent fees were payable for connections to the Council water supply and apologised for the confusion that the earlier advice that a fee of $481 would apply.
Proposed Cr Sandrey / Seconded Cr Haddock
- Council thanks all submitters.
- Council notes that Option 1 as outlined in the report will make it possible to take over ownership of the Kaiata Park scheme, something which could not happen up to now because of water quality issues.
- Council approves the connection of Kaiata and Kaiata Park to the wider Greymouth Water supply and to ask staff to:
- Confirm the taking up of the subsidy.
- As a matter of urgency commence the process of connecting to the supply.
- Council records the following reasons for taking this decision without a clear mandate from Kaiata:
- Whilst Council accepts that current on-site water collection and storage arrangements in Kaiata are legal, it has to bear in mind that the focus on water quality in the wake of the Havelock incident and the loss of the available subsidy may make it impossible for that community to comply with future quality expectations.
- On that basis, connecting to the reticulated (treated) water supply is as affordable now as it will ever be."
Street Signage Bylaw
Dangerous, Affected & Insanitary Buildings Policy
Commercial Sex Premises Bylaw
a) Manage the potential impact of brothels and commercial sex premises on sensitive activities; and
b) Regulate the signage advertising brothels and commercial sex premises.