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Parts of Christchurch and Banks Peninsula vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and sea level rise would have future development managed according to their level of risk.
Minimum car-parking requirements for new and existing developments will be removed from the Christchurch District Plan next week in line with Government legislation.
Christchurch City Council has released additional economic evidence relating to its proposal to introduce new planning rules to manage short-term accommodation in residential units.
Protecting people and property from flooding is one of the drivers behind a District Plan change being proposed by Christchurch City Council as part of a package of amendments.
Changes are being proposed to Christchurch City Council planning rules to help enable Māori to build on land they own in the Papakāinga/Kāinga Nohoanga zone.
People can have their say on proposed central city planning rule changes to manage Canterbury Multi-Use Arena (CMUA) noise during concerts and large events that will be held at the state-of-the-art facility.
A proposed District Plan Change relating to short-term accommodation including use of a residential unit for visitor accommodation, such as AirBnB, Homeaway/Bookabach, has drawn 133 submissions.
Christchurch City Council’s Urban Development and Transport Committee members have voiced their concerns at how the new National Policy Statement on Urban Development (NPS-UD) could potentially affect Christchurch’s urban landscape in the future.
Christchurch City Council is calling for submissions on its proposed changes to the Christchurch District Plan provisions relating to short-term accommodation primarily in rural, papakāinga, and residential zones of the city.
Christchurch City Council staff are proposing a revamp of the planning rules relating to how visitor short-term accommodation is managed in different areas of the district.