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A new lifestyle zone will come into being with the creation of a combined district plan for the West Coast.

The region's four councils and iwi are working together on the Te Tai o Poutini Plan – the document that will replace all current district plans and regulate land use in the future.

The planners writing the new rules say much of the land available for new housing in the main towns has been used since the current district plans were written for Westland, Grey and Buller.

And while there has been some “infill” there has been a big increase in rural residential, or lifestyle development on the edges of towns.

 

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New planning rules aim to ease tension between farmers and lifestylers – such as bees defacating on washing lines – but critics say the horse has bolted.

 

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If Aucklanders can have beehives in their gardens on what I presume is 600sqm or less, the ravings of these guys is bizarre, what a bunch of turkeys.   Turkeys however might be ideal for the

On 21/12/2020 at 3:26 PM, Grant said:

A new lifestyle zone will come into being with the creation of a combined district plan for the West Coast.

The region's four councils and iwi are working together on the Te Tai o Poutini Plan – the document that will replace all current district plans and regulate land use in the future.

The planners writing the new rules say much of the land available for new housing in the main towns has been used since the current district plans were written for Westland, Grey and Buller.

And while there has been some “infill” there has been a big increase in rural residential, or lifestyle development on the edges of towns.

 

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New planning rules aim to ease tension between farmers and lifestylers – such as bees defacating on washing lines – but critics say the horse has bolted.

 

what a bunch of turkeys

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1 hour ago, yesbut said:

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If Aucklanders can have beehives in their gardens on what I presume is 600sqm or less, the ravings of these guys is bizarre, what a bunch of turkeys.

 

Turkeys however might be ideal for these unproductive lifestyle blocks..

 

A basic tenent of law is that you are free to do whatever you want with your own land provided you are not causing nuisance to others. Blanket rules banning some activitites should be challenged. On the other side, individuals causing nuisance should also be dealt with. For some idiot councils to reinvent the wheel is lunacy.

 

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