Application information and documents for resource consent applications of public interest.

Two resource consent applications have been issued to allow for development in the North Halswell District Centre

20 Monsaraz Boulevard

On 24 December 2019, the Council issued a resource consent to Spreydon Lodge Limited to develop 20 Monsaraz Boulevard for a High Street development with a total floor area of 9671m² gross floor area (GFA).

This comprises an anchor tenant of 4223m², 13 food and beverage tenancies (totalling 1600m²) and 40 retail tenancies (totalling 3946m²).

Monsaraz Boulevard site plan.(external link)(external link)

201 Halswell Road

On 7 September 2021, a resource consent was issued to Woolworths NZ Ltd by the Environment Court to subdivide and develop 201 Halswell Road for a residential and commercial mixed-use development of land.

This includes an expanded commercial area with a retail floor space (5155m2 GFA including a supermarket of 3500m²); community activities (1570m² GFA: medical centre and childcare centre), and a cinema  (640m² GFA).

Halswell Road site plan.(external link)

Christchurch City Council is currently processing a variation to an existing consent RMA/2021/1675. The consent application relates to the intensive farming activity at Kaituna Valley on Banks Peninsula.

On 13 August 2021, the Council issued a resource consent to Wongan Hills Limited to undertake intensive farming, including the construction of two composting cattle feed barns and other ancillary sheds/structures at 297 Kaituna Valley Road, Kaituna Valley.

The proposed variation seeks to provide for the establishment of four composting feed barns on the site, rather than the two previously consented.

The applicant, therefore, seeks to change Condition 1 and Condition 2 to provide for the amended plans, as attached below:

For further information we have compiled some FAQ's [PDF, 8 KB] or you can visit Environment Canterbury(external link)