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Tauranga City Plan

18A.10 Objective and Policies for Scheduled Sites

Updated 2 December 2017

18A.10.1 Objective – Mangatawa Industrial Estate Scheduled Site

The integrated development of the Mangatawa Industrial Estate in a sustainable and comprehensive manner.

18A.10.1.1 Policy – Development of the Mangatawa Industrial Estate Scheduled Site

By ensuring development is implemented generally in accordance with the relevant Urban Growth Plan in Section 6 of the Plan Maps (Part B) for the Mangatawa Industrial Estate, including:

  1. The implementation of pedestrian links and infrastructure to integrate the site with surrounding development;
  2. The provision for small-scale convenience retail and childcare facilities within defined local centres in the industrial estate.

18A.10.2 Objective – Tauriko Bulky Goods Scheduled Site

The effects of the development on the surrounding environment in the Tauriko Bulky Goods Scheduled Site are avoided or mitigated.

18A.10.2.1 Policy – Tauriko Bulky Goods Scheduled Site

By ensuring that land zoned for industrial activities and scheduled as the Tauriko Bulky Goods Scheduled Site is developed in a comprehensive manner, in accordance with the specific environmental mitigation measures identified for those sites, including having regard to:

  1. Mitigation of effects on the transport network though limiting access to Taurikura Drive to defined locations;
  2. Ensuring the capacity of activities is restricted to those acceptable in the underlying zone, or Bulky Goods Retailing;
  3. Ensuring a minimum floor area that provides only for larger format retail stores.

18A.10.3 Objective –Te Maunga TrustPower Scheduled Site

The effects of the development on the surrounding environment in the Te Maunga TrustPower Scheduled Site are avoided or mitigated.

18A.10.3.1 Policy – Te Maunga TrustPower Scheduled Site

By ensuring that land zoned for industrial activities and scheduled as the Te Maunga TrustPower Scheduled Site is developed in a comprehensive manner, in accordance with the specific environmental mitigation measures identified for those sites, including having regard to:

  1. The legitimate operation of surrounding industrial activities;
  2. Provision of a restricted scope for office activities associated only with the ongoing operations of TrustPower.

18A.10.4 Cross Road Nautilus Scheduled Site

The effects of the development of the Cross Road Nautilus Scheduled Site on the surrounding environment are avoided or mitigated.

18A.10.4.1 Policy – Cross Road Nautilus Scheduled Site

By ensuring that land zoned for industrial activities and scheduled as the Cross Road Nautilus Scheduled Site is developed in a comprehensive manner, in accordance with the specific environmental mitigation measures identified for the site, including having regard to:

  1. The legitimate operation of adjacent industrial and infrastructural activities, including the avoidance of reverse sensitivity effects on the operations of the Port of Tauranga;
  2. Ensuring site layout buffers potentially sensitive land uses from adjacent industrial and infrastructural activities;
  3. The need to mitigate effects on the transport network;
  4. Ensuring landscape planting mitigates the visual effects on the surrounding environment, adjoining reserve areas and harbour margins;
  5. Provision for a scale and range of office activities that does not have adverse distributional effects on other commercial areas;
  6. Ensuring all activities avoid adverse effects on the capacity and provision of public access to and within adjoining reserves areas and parking within public areas;
  7. Provision for limited commercial and non-commercial activities, including convenience retail activities that cater to the needs of business and recreational activities in the local area and do not have adverse distributional effects on other commercial areas;
  8. The incorporation of large specimen planting into hardstand areas.

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