Tauranga City Council – Nett Site area

Tauranga City Council has now resolved appeals to the Proposed City Plan through the Environment Court including the definition of Nett Site Area which remains unchanged. For residential sites which are potentially subdividable, this means that any new sites being created must be 325 m2 excluding any area required for driveways. However, the Tauranga City …

Proposed Tauranga City Plan – Latest Rules

Environmental Policy Proposed Tauranga City Plan – Site Coverage, Nett Site Area and Outdoor Living Area All appeals to the Proposed City Plan in relation to site coverage, nett site area and outdoor living area rules in the Suburban Residential Zone were resolved by an Environment Court Consent Order on the 25 February 2012. The …

Sustainable development – a joint undertaking

All towns require growth to be sustainable. With growth comes the opportunity to upgrade old infrastructure and modernize the area. Without growth, the only other source of income for the council to maintain current levels of service will be from Rates increases, which are unattainable. Alternatively, privatization with “pay as use ”model – Toll Roads, …

House costs to fall as Council fees slashed

First published on www.bayofplentlytimes.co.nz by John Cousins | Thursday, February 23, 2012 Development fees in Tauranga are to be slashed in a bid to get the city’s building industry out of the doldrums. Tauranga City Council’s building impact fee for a new home will drop by $5100 – a 40 per cent reduction on the current …