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Tauranga City Plan

4H.1  Objectives and Policies for Permitted Intrusions

Updated 9 September 2013

4H.1.1 Objective – Permitted Intrusions

Design features and building components are able to breach height and setback requirements where their dimensions are not considered to have an adverse effect on amenity values.

4H.1.1.1 Policy – Permitted Intrusions

By enabling design features and building components to intrude into height, setback and overshadowing requirements to an extent where they are not considered to generate adverse effects on the amenity of adjoining properties or the surrounding neighbourhood.

4H.1.2 Objective – Amateur Radio Configurations

Amateur radio configurations are provided for where they do not have an adverse effect on existing and anticipated residential or rural residential amenity and character.

4H.1.2.1 Policy – Amateur Radio Configurations

By enabling amateur radio configurations to intrude into the zone based permitted activity standards for height, overshadowing, streetscape and setback requirements for the Residential or Rural Residential Zone in which they are located to the extent they are not considered to generate adverse effects on the existing and anticipated residential or rural residential character and amenity of adjoining properties or the surrounding neighbourhood.


Definitions in this section

amateur radio configuration

building component

design feature

height

setback

streetscape

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