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06/337717 June 2013
Affected parties written approval
Written approval of affected parties in accordance with Section 95E of the Resource Management Act 1991.
PART A - To be completed by applicant
Name of party applying for resource consent
I am applying to Whangarei District Council for resource consent to
Notes to applicant
1 Written consent must be obtained from all registered owners and occupiers.
2 If you wish, to assist your neighbours to understand the effects of the proposal by providing scale models or
marking out the size and height of the development on the property.
3 Council may impose conditions on any approved resource consent to avoid, remedy or mitigate any adverse
effects generated by the proposed activity.
The original copy of this signed form and signed plan(s) as well as signed assessment of environmental effects
are to be supplied to Whangarei District Council.
PART B - To be read by the party giving approval
If giving approval, please only sign and date on the reverse of this form once you have carefully read
and understood all the eight (8) notes below
Notes to party giving written approval
You should only sign in the place provided on the reverse of this form if you fully understand the proposal, and
if you support or have no opposition to the proposal you have been asked to consider. Council will not accept
conditional approvals. If you have conditions on your approval, these should be discussed and resolved with the
2 Under Section 104 (3)(b) of the Resource Management Act 1991 when you give your consent to an application,
Council cannot take into consideration any actual or potential effects of the proposed activity on you.
3 You are under no obligation to sign the consent form or any development plans for the proposed activity.
4 If you do not give your consent to an application, Council may publicly notify the application, which will provide
you with an opportunity to make a submission to Council on the application and attend a Council hearing to
speak in support of your submission.
5 If you have any concerns about giving your consent, or need help understanding this proposal, please feel free to
contact the duty planner on 09 430 4200.
6 You may also obtain your own professional advice on the application before deciding whether or not to give your
consent to the proposal.
7 It is acceptable for you to request that you be given some time to consider the application before you decide
whether or not to give your consent to the proposal.
Your approval can be withdrawn at any time before Council makes its formal notification decision. Once their
decision is made, you are no longer able to withdraw it