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Rule 20.10.1 Development on a Reserve Management Unit that is subject to a Reserve Management Plan or Conservation Management Strategy
Development on a Reserve Management Unit that is subject to an adopted Reserve Management Plan prepared under the Reserves Act 1997 or a Conservation Management Strategy prepared under the Conservation Act 1987 is a permitted activity if:
a) The proposed development complies with the criteria and provisions of the relevant Reserve Management Plan or Conservation Management Strategy.
Note 1: This Rule only applies to development within the Reserve Management Unit and does not apply to the balance of the site where a Reserve Management Unit applies to only part of a site.
Restricted Discretionary Activity (plus the activity status of any activity within the zone that is not met).
Where an activity is not permitted by this Rule, Council will have regard to the following matters when considering an application for resource consent:
i) Whether and the extent to which the proposed development supports the purpose and classification of the Reserve Management Unit; and
ii) Whether and the extent to which consultation has been undertaken with the administer/owner of the Reserve Management Unit as described in Appendix 20.1; and
iii) The extent to which the proposed development is consistent with the Objectives and Policies of the underlying zoning.
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