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    Ben Keehan Presents

    Lot 2, 156 Eriksen Road , N

    Greenfields Opportunity of 2016.

    Ever wanted to make your own subdivision?

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    Key information

    Address 156 Erikse

    Land Area 2.631 hec

    Napier City Council Zoning Main Resid

    Title To be issued on

    Minimum Allowed Houses per hectare including roads

    12

    Council Approval to

    Build One House 

    Or Build Many not more

    per 350m2 (pg 64 ND

    Method of sale Tender on 7

    please see atta

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    Daring to be different?

    With the neighbouring subdivisions being the same there are not many p

    ble in design or let buyers show there personality when they build a drea

    Kiwis have an active lifestyle’s working hard during the week, then playin

    weekends. These include:

     Cycling  Motor Homes and caravans

     Boating

     Motor sports , car and bike

     Large scale hobbyists

     Active gardeners

    When building a new home there aren’t that many options to incorporat style , remain close to town and its amenities or have more choice in the

    Maybe this what you could do at 156 Eriksen Road , give future owners m

    homes that suit there needs:

     Park the caravan or motor home

     Larger sections  Bigger homes - two storey

     More freedom to express personality in house design ,(basic covena

     Going off grid

    Certainly there is room to be different or go completely premium with a g

    corporate body looking after the land.

    This is YOUR opportunity to decide the future look of this new extensio

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     Approved Survey Plan

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    With you all the way

    Find out more about Ben @ www.benkeehan.co

    Looking forward to working with you know and in the future Ben will pro

    vice and support to your through out your property transaction.

    Find us :

    Harcourts Napier

    308 Hastings Street

    Napier

    P: +646 833 5554

    M: +6421 738 769E: ben.keehan@harcourtshb.co.nz

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    Please note:

    The following pages are extracted from the Napi

    District Plan Appendix 29 A—Te Awa Structure Pl

    Please contact the NCC for further information a

    updates on their published information.

    For more details

    Online: http://www.napier.govt.nz/services/plan

    resource-consents/district-plan/

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    CITY OF NAPIER DISTRICT PLAN

    Appendix 29A Te Awa Structure Plan Design Outcom

    1. Introduction

    The Te Awa Structure Plan sets out a framework for development within the Te A

    The Structure Plan includes the Te Awa Structure Plan Map which shows key feat

    indicative open space areas, stormwater infrastructure, proposed roads, proposed

    cycleways. The Te Awa Structure Plan - Water Supply Network Plan (Appen

    Structure Plan - Stormwater Network Plan (Appendix 29D) and the Te Awa Struc

    Plan (Appendix 29E) show the layout of proposed service infrastructure.

    The Te Awa Structure Plan Design Outcomes (set out in the Te Awa Structure Plan as part of the Te Awa Structure planning process and associated specialist analy

    underpin the Te Awa Structure Plan Design Outcomes include:

    1. Landuse 2. Urban Amenity 3. Accessibility 4. Infrastructure

    The Te Awa Structure Plan Design Outcomes seek to guide development and m associated with urban development. The Design Outcomes are considered to be

    desired intent of the Te Awa Structure Plan.

    2. Te Awa Structure Plan Design Outcomes

     Applicants will need to demonstrate when applying for landuse development an

    consents within the Te Awa Development area, that the relevant Design Outco

    Every subdivision or land development shall make provision for the infrastructure

    Structure Plan Maps (refer to Appendix 29C-F) and which lie within the applicatio

    on these Maps. The Structure Plan Design Outcomes are set out as follows:

    Landuse Design Outcomes

    Design Outcome 1:

    The Te Awa Development area shall be zoned Main Residential. The rules and

    Residential zone shall be applied to development. The Permitted activities in this z

    - Residential activities

    - Home occupations

    - A supplementary unit

    - Residential care facilities

    - Day care centres

    Travellers accommodation

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    CITY OF NAPIER DISTRICT PLAN

    Suburban Commercial activity should be of a small scale and appropriate to the loc

    Design Outcome 3:

    The Te Awa Development area is a clearly defined growth area and should be rez to Main Residential. Until such time as development is proposed on specific land

    landuse activity should remain as the dominant landuse.

    Design Outcome 4:

    Orderly and cost efficient staging will be achieved through the progressive construc

    cells illustrated on the Structure Plan Map – Staging (Appendix 29F). The staging

    infrastructure developed as part of Te Awa Estates Ltd consented developments current longer-term infrastructure planning.

    Before subdivision and land development can commence in each of the

    staged development the percentage of lots (as a total across the relevant

    stage/s) that must have received Section 224 certification is as follows: 

    Staged Development Step Prerequisite (no. of lots with S

    Certification)  1 + 2 None

    3 Stage 1+2 = 65%

    4 Stage 1+2+3 = 70%

    5 Stage 1+2+3+4 = 75%

    6 Stage 1+2+3+4+5 = 80%

     As an example Staged Development Step 3 will not commence until 65% of the to

    Stages 1 and 2 have received Section 224 Certification, Staged Development St

    until 70% of the total number of lots across Stages 1, 2 and 3 have received Secti

    Staged Development Step 5 will not commence until 75% of the total lots across S

    received Section 224 Certification, and so on.

    Design Outcome 5:

    Out of sequence development will be discouraged by:

    - Requiring out of sequence development to be a Discretionary activity

    - Requiring developers to fund the full cost of infrastructure

    - Requiring out of sequence developments to provide at their own cos

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    CITY OF NAPIER DISTRICT PLAN

    and on-street car parking and berm design, together with future provision for public

    on collector streets, shall be considered fundamental design elements of the street

    Design Outcome 8:

    Subdivision design shall seek to activate the street frontage through the orientation

    street and overlook public open space (where applicable) to enable passive sur

    street amenity outcomes.

    Design Outcome 9:

    Provide for the consistent landscaping treatment of streets and reserves (includin

    environments and open drainage channels) that contribute to urban amenity and retains and enhances vistas through the Te Awa Development area.

    Design Outcome 10:

     A consistent generously landscaped buffer strip of 3m will be provided along the w

     Awa Development area (fronting Willowbank Avenue) in accordance with the Te A

    (the 3m buffer is indicatively shown on the western boundary of the Te Awa Develo

    and south of the open drain channel). This Design Outcome requires that 75% densely

    planted at the time of development with specimens that will reach 3-5m at maturity

    Design Outcome 11:

    Off road pedestrian and cycle linkages (indicatively shown on the Te Awa Structu

    open spaces to each other, to the street network and the Serpentine stormwater po

    and safe and connect to one another.

    Accessibility Design Outcomes

    Design Outcome 12:

    Road upgrading shall proceed in conjunction with staging of development within th

    area. The road upgrading is shown indicatively on the Te Awa Structure Plan Ma

    are required:

    Off Site Non Local

      The following intersections will be upgraded:

    - Riverbend / Latham Street intersection shall be upgraded to a sing

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    CITY OF NAPIER DISTRICT PLAN

      The following local collector streets shall be upgraded or constructe

    standards and design and in general accordance with the Main Street

    cross sections (see the Te Awa Structure Plan – Transportation report

    connections through the Te Awa Development area:

    - Kenny Road, 10m carriageway with cycle lanes, footpaths, car p areas, pedestrian footpaths and verge.

    - Eriksen Road, 10m carriageway with cycle lanes, footpaths , car

    areas, pedestrian footpaths and verge. Eriksen Road will be desig

    single lane roundabouts at all major intersections (see below

    designed into the roundabout design to