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Public Notice of Application Resource Consent

The Napier City Council has received an application from Bayswater Vehicles Limited for a resource consent to expand and redevelop the existing car dealership in stages across its existing site.

The Council has determined that the application must be publicly notified in accordance with Section 95A of the Resource Management Act 1991.

Applicant: Bayswater Vehicles Limited

Location: 87, 93, 107 and 115 Carlyle Street and 29 and 31 Faraday Street, Napier

Legal Description: Lot 1 DP 4787, Lot 1 DP 14187, Lot 2 DP 7455, Lot 1 DP 12934, Lot 1 DP 1346, Lot 1 DP 15034, TS 759 Napier, and Lots 1 – 3 DP 4377.

Application number: RM190053

Type of Consent Applied for: Land Use Consent

Description of Proposal: to expand and redevelop the existing car dealership in stages across its existing sites involving:

  1. Undertaking earthworks to avail a sufficiently sized building platform to construct a large enough workshop on 29 and 30 Faraday Street to service the various car brands with first level car parking on top,
  2. Construction of a new showroom on 115 Carlyle Street and 27 Faraday Street, also comprising a valet area and first level administration area,
  3. Further development of the one-way customer service layout with a porte-cochère feature and a customer service reception and client drop off/pick up to each side,
  4. Establishment of customer car parking on 93 Carlyle Street and an internal pedestrian walkway,
  5. Construction of a new showroom to contain the Mini and BMW brands on 87 Carlyle Street,
  6. Establishment of new signage across the development site.

Stage 1 is anticipated to involve the proposed earthworks, Stage 2 construction of the workshop, Stage 3 demolition of the existing showroom (on the corner site) and construction of the new showroom, and Stage 4, the demolition of the showroom on 93 Carlyle Street and construction of the new showrooms.

Approximately 24,000m3 of earthworks will be undertaken to create a building platform to accommodate the new workshop to the rear.

The maximum height of the proposed cut profile is expected to be 30m (approx.),

  • Cut volume is expected to be in order of 22,500m3,
  • The cut profile has been designed to a batter of 0.25H:1.0V and is proposed to be hydroseeded to establish vegetation cover,
  • The profile will include 2 separate benches to enable plantings to be established. The first will be at approximately 18m high and the second approximately 26m high.
  • The width of each bench will be approximately 1.125m wide.

The subject site is located partly within the Fringe Commercial and partly within the Napier Hill Character zones in the City of Napier District Plan. The proposal requires resource consent as a discretionary activity.

The application includes an Assessment of Environmental Effects, including specialist reports and may be inspected at the Napier City Council Customer Service Centre, 215 Hastings Street, Napier, during office hours, or can be viewed below/to the side.

Please contact planning@napier.govt.nz if you have any queries about the application.

 

Submissions:

Any person may make a submission on the application, but a person who is a trade competitor of the applicant may do so only if that person is directly affected by an effect of the activity to which the application relates that -

(a)  adversely affects the environment; and

(b)  does not relate to trade competition or the effects of trade competition

You may make a submission by sending a written or electronic submission to the Napier City Council, Private Bag 6010, Napier 4142. The submission must be on or in the format of 'Form 13' of the Resource Management (Forms, Fees and Procedure) Regulations 2003. Submissions can be dropped off at the Council, sent via post, or can be lodged electronically below.

The submission must include the following information:

  1. Your name, postal address, phone number and email address;
  2. Details of the application on which you are making the submission, including its location;
  3. Whether you support or oppose the application;
  4. The reasons for your submission;
  5. The decision you wish the consent authority to make;
  6. Whether you wish to be heard in support of your submission
  7. If you do wish to be heard, whether you would consider presenting a joint case with other parties who make similar submissions

 

Submissions close at 5:00pm on Thursday 21 July 2022.

As soon as reasonably practicable after serving your submission on the Napier City Council, you must serve a copy of your submission on the applicant, Bayswater Vehicles Limited.

 

Applicants Address for Service:

Bayswater Vehicles Limited
C/- Stradegy
PO Box 239
Napier 4140
Attention: Cam Drury

Steph Rotarangi
Chief Executive
Napier City Council
Date of Notification: Wednesday 22 June 2022  

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