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Tauranga City Plan

13A.6 Objectives and Policies of Scheduled Sites

Updated 11 September 2018

13A.6.1 Objective – Recreation and Leisure Scheduled Sites

The maintenance, enhancement and development of Recreation and Leisure Scheduled Sites is provided for.

13A.6.1.1 Policy – Recreation and Leisure Scheduled Sites

By ensuring that identified Recreation and Leisure Scheduled Sites at Mount Maunganui Golf Course, Papamoa Top 10 Holiday Resort, Mayfair Holiday Park, Tauranga Bridge Marina, Tauranga Marina, Tauranga Race Course and Tauranga Golf Course, Mauao Recreation Reserve, the Papamoa Domain, Elizabeth Street and 10 Salisbury Avenue are developed in a comprehensive manner in accordance with the Scheduled Sites Outline Development Plan (where applicable) while ensuring that all developments are sited and designed so that the adverse effects on the amenity values of the surrounding environment are avoided or mitigated, including:

  1. Land scheduled as the Mount Maunganui Golf Course has regard to:
    1. The retention of open space as a recreation and leisure resource;
    2. The provision for commercial, non-commercial and recreation and leisure opportunities;
    3. Landscape planting to ensure the mitigation of visual effects on the surrounding environment, including adjoining residential areas;
    4. Integration with the surrounding environment, including the relationship of building bulk and scale to that of adjacent residential land.
  2. Land scheduled as the Papamoa Top 10 Holiday Resort has regard to:
    1. The provision for commercial, non-commercial, recreation and leisure opportunities directly associated with the Papamoa Top 10 Holiday Park;
    2. The provision for a range of visitor accommodation opportunities including nonpowered/powered camping sites and visitor accommodation to meet the demands of visitor and holiday trends;
    3. The protection of conservation, ecological, natural character and coastal beach environment landscape character values;
    4. Integration with the surrounding environment, including the relationship of building bulk and scale to that of adjacent Conservation Zoned land and Important Amenity Landscapes Plan Area;
    5. Landscape planting to ensure the mitigation of visual effects of built development.
  3. Land scheduled as the Mayfair Holiday Park has regard to:
    1. The interface with the Tauranga Harbour, including the retention of vegetation to provide a green edge along the margins of the Tauranga Harbour;
    2. The retention of public access to and along the margins of the Tauranga Harbour;
    3. The provision for a range of visitor accommodation opportunities including nonpowered/powered camping sites and holiday units to meet the demands of visitor and holiday trends.
  4. Land scheduled as the Tauranga Bridge Marina, Tauranga Marina and Marine Park has regard to:
    1. The provision for limited commercial and non-commercial activities opportunities that relate to recreational marine activities;
    2. The provision for recreation and leisure opportunities;
    3. The retention of public access to and along the margins of the Tauranga Harbour;
    4. Landscape planting to ensure the mitigation of visual effects on the surrounding environment, including the site's interface with the State Highway network;
    5. Traffic management measures to ensure the safe and efficient use of the transport network.
  5. Land scheduled as the Tauranga Race Course and Tauranga Golf Course has regard to:
    1. The retention of open space as a recreation resource;
    2. The provision for commercial, non-commercial and recreation and leisure opportunities directly associated with the existing uses within the Scheduled Site;
    3. Landscape planting to ensure the mitigation of visual effects on the surrounding environment, including adjoining residential and open space areas;
    4. Traffic management measures to ensure the safe and efficient use of the transport network.
  6. Land scheduled as the Mauao Recreation Reserve has regard to:
    1. The retention of open space as a recreation and leisure resource;
    2. The provision for commercial, non-commercial, recreation and leisure opportunities directly associated with the Mount Beachside Holiday Park and Mount Hot Pools Complex;
    3. The provision for a range of visitor accommodation opportunities including nonpowered/powered camping sites and holiday units to meet the demands of visitor and holiday trends within the Mount Beachside Holiday Park;
    4. The provision for community facilities, entertainment, private recreation, leisure or similar purposes to meet the recreation and leisure demands of the City;
    5. The protection of conservation, ecological, natural character, cultural and landscape character values;
    6. Integration with the surrounding environment, including the relationship of building bulk and scale to that of adjacent conservation zoned land and Outstanding Natural Features and Landscapes Plan Area;
    7. Landscape planting to ensure the mitigation of visual effects of built development.
  7. Land scheduled as the Papamoa Domain has regard to:
    1. The retention of open space as a recreation and leisure resource;
    2. The provision for commercial, non-commercial and recreation and leisure opportunities directly associated with the existing uses within the Papamoa Domain;
    3. The protection of conservation, ecological, natural character and landscape character values;
    4. Integration with the surrounding environment, including the relationship of building bulk and scale to that of adjacent conservation zoned land and Important Amenity Landscapes Plan Area;
    5. Landscape planting to ensure the mitigation of visual effects of built development.
  8. Land Scheduled at Elizabeth Street has regard to:
    1. The provision for community facilities, entertainment, private recreation, leisure or similar purposes to meet the recreation and leisure demands of the City;
    2. The provision of non-community facility activities such as visitor accommodation, tavern, restaurant, theatres and tourist facilities;
    3. Measures to maintain the function and manage adverse effects on the safe and efficient operation of the transport network, with particular regard to the State Highway 2/Elizabeth Street roundabout.
  9. Land scheduled at 10 Salisbury Avenue has regard to:
    1. The provision for community facilities, entertainment, private recreation, leisure or similar purposes to meet the recreation and leisure demands of the City and;
    2. The provision, of benefit to users of Coronation Park, of food and beverages retailing within existing buildings (existing as at 5 October 2013) on the scheduled site and related parking and manoeuvring within the site.

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