NCC has received a resource consent application from Bupa New Zealand to build a retirement complex on Ulyatt Road. The proposal - for 99 retirement villas, 49 care rooms and 19 apartments - was opened for public submissions on 13 December 2017. These submissions closed on Thursday 1 February, 2018.
Location: 25 and 35 Ulyatt Road, Napier (Lot 1 DP 423183, and part of Lot 2 DP 423183)
Application number: RM170155
Type of Consent applied for: Land use consent - Napier District Plan, Discretionary Activity Rule 34.14.1(g)
Hearings Commissioner, Rob van Voorthuysen, issued a decision as well with the final conditions and plan for RM170155 (Bupa) on 27 August 2018.
Bupa New Zealand's proposal is to build a retirement village and care home complex within the Main Rural Zone consisting of 99 Retirement villas, 19 retirement apartments, 49 care home rooms, and associated care facilities.
The proposed development would include kitchens, nursing stations, communal dining and lounge areas, cafe and visitor, service, reception and administration areas. There'd be a central green with integrated walkways, visitor and staff car parking, comprehensive landscape plantings, two road access points to Ulyatt Road, and a new footpath, kerb and channel along Ulyatt Road. It'd require up to 80,000m3 of earthworks to develop the site.
The application which follows includes an assessment of environmental effects. You can inspect or obtain a copy of the application at Napier City Council. If you have any questions about it, please contact Shane Lambert, NCC Senior Resource Consents Planner on +64 9 835 7579.
We have most of Bupa's supporting documentation available below. The only missing document is the Bupa Napier Appendix 2b Visual Assessment which is too large to upload to our website. If you'd like to see it, please contact Shane at the number above and he'll arrange to get a copy to you.
We received 14 submissions on the proposal. Bupa then provided further information on their proposal. The Hearings Commissioner, Rob van Voorthuysen, then issued a 'Hearing Minute' which gives guidance on time-frames and evidence-sharing.
Commissioner van Voorthuysen has also asked a series of questions of both NCC and Bupa NZ on the s42A Officers Report and the draft conditions included. He requires answers by 15 August 2018: these will be posted on this page once they're completed.
Applicants - Bupa - also responded to the Commissioner's questions and provided legal submissions.
Hawke's Bay Regional Council sent in two letters in response to Bupa's consent hearing statement.
NCC considered Bupa's application and the submissions received. We've attached these submissions - and Bupa's supplementary information - below. These are the appendices of the NCC Officer's Report. NCC Senior Resource Consents Planner, Shane Lambert, has recommended approval - subject to conditions.
Following are Appendices ‘B’ through to ‘J’ of the Hearings Report. Note Appendix A covers all of Bupa's initial application documents (see 'More Information on Bupa's Application' above).
27 August 2018
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