Table 5 for Chapter 03: Ecology and Biodiversity Related Provisions



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Table 5 for Chapter 03: Ecology and Biodiversity Related Provisions

Please note that submissions are ordered in this table chronologically in relation to the Topic Column (and therefore plan provisions number). Submissions on the Section 1.4 Definition section follow the submissions relating to Chapter 3. That is, excepting those submissions specific to Ecological Sites in Schedule 3.1 which are located at the foot of the table and ordered chronologically by Ecological Site Reference number as listed in the Topic Column.





Sub. No.

Submitter

Topic

Decision Sought

Section of this Report

Officer’s Recommendation

Officer’s Reasons / Comments

Recommended Amendments to PDP?

Chapter 03 Ecology and Biodiversity Related Provisions

25 – 1


Sara Velasquez

General – Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Support the protection of waterways and eels

3.3

Accept in Part

Amendments are recommended to the Plan as a result of other submissions but provisions protecting significant indigenous vegetation and habitats of indigenous fauna are recommended to be retained.

No

FS193

Support




Accept in Part

As Above

No

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

30 - 2

Paul and Eppie Murton

General – Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Support the conservation principles of the Council but not in the arbitrary way in which they are applied.

3.3

Accept in Part

Amendments as a result of submissions to Rule 3A.1.5 are recommended to make the provisions relating to ecological sites more workable for landowners including by applying a list of exemptions for necessary property maintenance activities involving the modification of indigenous vegetation a permitted activity

No

FS9, FS10, FS142

Support




Accept in Part

As Above

No

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

30 - 4

Paul and Eppie Murton

General – Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Do not add further restrictions on landowners until the Council resolves weed species problem on Council esplanade reserves.

3.3

Accept in Part

Recommendations to other specific submissions seek to acknowledge and enable pest management and weed control by amending Policy 3.12 (see section 3.5.1) and Rule 3A.1.5 (see section 3.5.5). Concerns regarding weed issues on Council reserves are a Long Term Plan or Annual Plan matter rather than something that can be resolved through a district plan.

No

FS9, FS10, FS43, FS142

Support




Accept in Part

As Above

No

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

81-4

Pataka Moore

General – Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Support the listing and protection of biodiverse areas and the listing of significant native vegetation (in particular trees).

3.3

Accept in Part

Amendments are recommended to the Plan as a result of other submissions but provisions protecting significant indigenous vegetation and habitats of indigenous fauna are recommended to be retained.

No

FS

Support: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

138

Bride Coe

General – Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Oppose the provisions in chapter 3 as many are unworkable and almost impossible to enforce.

3.3

Accept in Part

Amendments as a result of submissions to Rule 3A.1.5 are recommended to make the provisions relating to ecological sites more workable for landowners including by applying a list of exemptions for necessary property maintenance activities involving the modification of indigenous vegetation a permitted activity

No

FS229

Support




Accept in Part

As Above

No

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

145 2(2)

Ian Corder

General – Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Support the extent to which the biodiversity and the natural environment have been considered in the District Plan specifically:

By encouraging the setting aside of suitable areas of land in new subdivisions (Objective 2.18, Policy 3.1 - Ecosystem services, Policy 3.3 - Protection, Policy 8.13 - Indigenous biodiversity).



3.3

Accept in Part

Amendments are recommended to the Plan as a result of other submissions but provisions protecting significant indigenous vegetation and habitats of indigenous fauna are recommended to be retained.

No

FS

Support: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

327 – 31

Waa Rata Estate

General – Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Both the policy and rules for ecological sites should be amended to support pest management within K017, including track maintenance.


3.3

Accept in Part

Recommendations to other specific submissions seek to acknowledge and enable pest management and weed control by amending Policy 3.12 (see section 3.5.1) and Rule 3A.1.5 (see section 3.5.5).

No

FS1, FS9, FS10, FS16, FS33, FS42, FS43, FS54, FS57, FS58, FS59, FS60, FS61, FS93, FS102, FS126, FS139, FS142, FS146, FS178, FS179, FS180, FS181, FS183, FS184, FS185, FS186, FS187,

Support




Accept in Part

As Above

No

FS193

Support in Part




Accept in Part

As Above

No

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

383 - 5

Gillian Tousoon

General – Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Submitter agrees with submission from Waa Rata. See submission number 327 for detail

3.3

Accept in Part

Recommendations to other specific submissions seek to acknowledge and enable pest management and weed control by amending Policy 3.12 (see section 3.5.1) and Rule 3A.1.5 (see section 3.5.5).

No

FS1, FS16, FS33, FS42, FS54, FS57, FS58, FS59, FS60, FS61, FS93, FS102, FS126, FS146, FS167, FS179, FS180, FS181, FS183, FS184, FS185, FS186, FS187,

Support




Accept in Part

As Above

No

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

558 - 3

Terry Parminter

General – Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Add a policy encouraging landowners in ecological sites to take control and eradicate on their properties, introduced weeds and any potentially invading exotic-species not naturally found in the Kapiti District.

3.3

Accept in Part

Recommendations to other specific submissions seek to acknowledge and enable pest management and weed control by amending Policy 3.12 (see section 3.5.1) and Rule 3A.1.5 (see section 3.5.5).

No

FS

Support: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

511 - 4

Mari Housiaux

General – Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Amend provisions relating to excavation/earthmoving of remaining coastal dunes and identified wetland, buffer areas, peatland remaining from extant wetland and areas of indigenous vegetation to make these activities prohibited.

3.3

Reject

No prohibited activities are recommended. Adequate protection will be provided to ecological sites and in particular Te Hapua wetlands ecological sites K055 – K057 which are identified as significant in all of the ecological significance criteria in the reassessment of ecological sites recommended as a new Schedule 3.1 to the Plan.

No

FS197

Support




Reject

As above

No

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

133 – 1 & 2

Jan Nisbet

General– Chapter 3 Natural Environment

Seek amendment so there is a way that neighbours can be assured that trees cannot takeaway sunshine as they grow. Amend so that landowners should have to trim or remove trees that limit sunshine on adjoining properties similar to the sunshine requirements relating to new buildings. Also amend subdivision rules to govern the types of trees that can be planted.

3.13

Reject

No changes are recommend as the ‘Property Law Act 2007’ provides the framework to resolve nuisance issues from neighbouring trees.

No

FS

Support: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

FS48

Oppose













250 - 19

Federated Farmers of New Zealand

Chapter 3 Natural Environment – Ecological Domain(s)

That Ecological Domains classifications and associated mapping and provisions are deleted from the Plan and the Council investigate using this ecological information as an education and partnership tool.

3.5.6

Accept in Part

That reference to Ecological Domain(s) is retained in the Plan and on the maps is retained and will be available for reference as an education tool or when necessary to compare the relative importance of indigenous vegetation in different areas, but that reference to Schedule 3.2 ‘Key indigenous tree species by size and ecological domain’ has been recommended to be removed from the indigenous vegetation trimming and modification rules (3A.1.3 and 3A.1.5 respectively) in response to other submissions.

Yes

FS1, FS9, FS10, FS16, FS33, FS42, FS54, FS57, FS58, FS59, FS60, FS61, FS93, FS102, FS126, FS142, FS146, FS178, FS179, FS180, FS181, FS183, FS184, FS185, FS186, FS187,

Support




Accept in Part

As Above

Yes

FS193

Oppose




Accept

That use of the term ‘Ecological Domain(s)’ is retained within the Plan.

Yes

271 - 28

Lyndon Enterprises Ltd

Chapter 3 Natural Environment – Ecological Domain(s l

Seek Council to provide full details of justification for the Lowland Hills and Hill Country Eco Domains. Reserve the right to comment on the Eco Domains once the Council provides this information.

3.5.6

Accept in Part

That reference to Ecological Domain(s) is retained in the Plan and on the maps is retained and will be available for reference as an education tool or when necessary to compare the relative importance of indigenous vegetation in different areas, but that reference to Schedule 3.2 ‘Key indigenous tree species by size and ecological domain’ has been recommended to be removed from the indigenous vegetation trimming and modification rules (3A.1.3 and 3A.1.5 respectively) in response to other submissions.




FS1, FS9, FS10, FS16, FS33, FS41, FS42, FS54, FS57, FS58, FS59, FS60, FS61, FS93, FS102, FS126, FS142, FS178, FS179, FS180, FS181, FS183, FS184, FS185, FS186, FS187







Accept in Part

As Above

Yes

FS

Oppose: None




N/A

N/A

N/A

319 – 10

Waikanae Christian Holiday Park Inc (El Rancho)

Chapter 3 Natural Environment – Ecological Domain(s

Support the use eco domain to help inform decision making.

3.5.6

Accept

That use of the term ‘Ecological Domain(s)’ is retained within the Plan to help inform decision making, with an amendment to the definition to include ‘Hill Country’ and removal of reference to Schedule 3.2 from the indigenous vegetation modification rule.






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