Consultation & Public Notices

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Each week Council has a spot of The Central Otago News where we publish our CODC Noticeboard containing the coming week and month's meetings as well as other public notices.

Read our latest Noticeboard​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​(19 April 2018).​

 

Anzac Day Services 

 
​Town​​Parade and Service Details
AlexandraThe parade will assemble at 10.45am in Deel Street and will march to the War Memorial Monument where a service and wreath laying ceremony will take place at 11.00am.
Clyde    The Alexandra-Clyde RSA will host a very special ANZAC Day dawn service at the Clyde Lookout at 6.45am on 25 April.
 
The Service will include the opportunity to walk up the Lookout Track from the corner of Holloway and Sunderland Streets while the recollections of World War 1 veterans play in the early dawn light.
 
A lone piper will greet attendees at the Lookout.
 
The track walkers to assemble at Holloway Street Miner’s Memorial at 6.00am. Bring a torch with you for the walk. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 

The rest of parade attendees to assemble at the Clyde Hotel at 6.20am to be bussed up to Lookout Point. Service will begin at 6.45am sharp.
 
Attendees are advised that there will be a ceremonial firing of an artillery piece during the parade.  Hearing protection, especially for children, needs to be considered.  Dogs are not welcome to walk up the hill or attend the parade.
 
Attendees are advised that there will be no seating available at the Service. Should seating be required, please bring your own.
 
The buses will return to the Clyde School where the parade will form and march to the cenotaph where a wreath laying ceremony will take place.
 
The march commences at 8.15am from the Clyde Primary School.  Service is to start at 8.30am at the War Memorial Monument.
Omakau       The parade will assemble at the Omakau Commercial Hotel at 9.45am and will march to the Omakau Hall where a wreath laying ceremony will take place at 10.00am.
Millers Flat    The parade will assemble at the Millers Flat Hall at 7.00am and will march to the Millers Flat War Memorial where the service will commence at completion of the march.  If wet, the service will be held at the Millers Flat Hall.
Roxburgh  The parade will assemble at the Roxburgh Town Hall at 9.00am and will march to the King George Memorial Park Playground, Scotland Street Roxburgh. The service will commence at the conclusion of the march. If  wet, the service will be held in the Town Hall.
CromwellThe laying of poppies on the Servicemen’s graves at the Cromwell Cemetery will commence at 8.00am. The service and parade is to commence at 10.00am at the Memorial Hall.
Bannockburn The service and parade will commence at 9.00am at Bannockburn War Memorial.
Tarras The service and parade will commence at 10.00am at the Tarras Memorial Hall.
Lowburn The service and parade will commence at 9.00am at the Lowburn Hall.
Ranfurly    The dawn service at Ranfurly War Memorial will commence at 6.30am. Please bring a torch. 

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Current CODC Consultations ​

​Consultation​Closing Date​Supporting Documentation
​Draft Waste Management and Minimisation Plan 2018​30 April 2018Statement of Proposal (PDF 242, KB)
​Draft Waste Management and Minimisation Plan (PDF, 900KB)
Waste Assessment November 2017 (PDF, 1.1MB)
Make Your Submission Online​
​10-Year Plan Consultation​30 April 2018​​See our special consultation page www.codc.govt.nz/10for10​
Decision on Plan Change 12 to the Central Otago District Plan
Under Clause 14 of the Schedule 1 to the Resource Management Act 1991 a person who submitted or who made a further submission on the plan change may appeal the Council's decision with respect to the plan change to the Environment Court within 30 working days of notice of the decision being served​.Public Notice (PDF 19.8KB)
Wooing Tree Decision (PDF, 157.1KB)
Annex 1 (P​DF. 252.2KB)
Annex 2 (PDF, 264.9KB)
Annex 3 Schedule 4 (PDF, 2.8MB)
Annex 3 Schedule 7 (PDF, 9.3MB)
Annex 3 Schedule 8 (PDF, 5.8MB)
Annex 3 Schedule 18 (PDF, 3.9MB)
Annex 3 Schedule 19.4 (PDF, 815KB)

​​​Read any current Publicly Notified Resource Consents in our Planning section.​​​​​​​​​

Exchange of Reserve Land

​Pursuant to section 15(2) Reserves Act 1977, notice is given of the Council's intention to pass a resolution to enter into an exchange of lands with April Construction Limited. The existing developed picnic area is on private land. The proposed land exchange is proposed to rectify this. A similar adjoining area of undeveloped reserve land to be transferred to April Construction.​

Land to be exchanged and granted by Council to April Construction Limited.

Legal Description

​Part Section 120 Block I Fraser Survey District

Area

​Approx 440m2 subject to survey.

​Ti​tle

Contained in Computer Freehold Register OTB1/1087.

​Status​

Held for recreation reserve purposes, subject to the Reserves Act 1977.

Land to be exchanged and granted by April Construction Limited to Council.
​Legal Description​​Part LOT 1 DP 10335.
​Area​Ap​prox. 440m2 subject to survey.
​Title​Contained in Computer Freehold Registers OT13D/93
​Status​Freehold.

A plan illustrating the land exchange location is shown below​.


Any person who wishes to object to the proposed exchange must lodge an objection with the Central Otago District Council by 4pm on Monday 23 April 2018.​

Expressions of Interest – Vallance Cottage land

The Vincent Community Board invites expressions of interest for the future use of approximately 1000m2 of Recreational Reserve land surrounding the historic Vallance Cottage in Alexandra.

The Vallance Cottage working group is looking at ways to utilise the 19th century cottage in the future to make it more sustainable.  It has developed the concept of leasing the surrounding reserve land for a non-permanent commercial business that would be compatible to the cottage. For example, but not restricted to, a mobile coffee/food vendor, retail shop or artist in a portacom.

This business will receive the benefit of the visitor attraction of Vallance Cottage, which is in very close proximity to the Otago Central Rail Trail, together with space for alfresco dining and parking, a separate power connection, and access a new accessible toilet.

As the leased land is on Recreation Reserve with an underlying Rural Zone under the District Plan, any lease would be subject to a public notification process.

For more information please read the information document below or contact Christina Martin on 440 0601 or christina.martin@codc.govt.nz.  Note the period for EOIs has been extended.

Current Alcohol Licence Applications

Below are the alcohol licence applications for which submissions are currently being accepted for. Click on the linked application number to view the application.

​Applicant​Trading As​Application​Closes
​Cloudy Bay Vineyards Limited​The Cloudy Bay Shed, 45 Middleton Road, TarrasOF246
ON193
​11 May 2018
​Amlex Limited​​AmiGos Mexican Grill, 3 Deel Street, AlexandraON19211 May 2018
​Graeme and Jan-Marie McDowell​River Rock Estate​OF176​4 May 2018
​Desert Heart Estate Limited​Desert Heart, 182B Felton Road, Bannockburn, CromwellOF229​​27 April 2018​

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Objection to On-licence for One Black Rabbit Limited

Public notification of an on-licence application by One Black Rabbit Limited, trading as The Black Rabbit Kitchen and Bar, 430A Bannockburn, attracted three public objections which were received by the District Licensing Committee.​

The District Licensing Committee will consider and determine this application at a hearing set for 9.30am on Monday 7 May 2018 at Cromwell Memorial Hall, 36 Melmore Terrace, Cromwell.​


Making an objection:​

If you wish to object to any application listed above you may do so by sending a written objection to the Secretary, Central Otago District Licensing Committee, Central Otago District Council, PO Box 122, Alexandra, no later than 5.00pm on the closing date shown.

The submission must be dated, signed by you and include the following information:

  1. Your name, postal address and phone number;
  2. Details of the application in respect of which you are making the objection;
  3. Your objection, with reasons;
  4. Whether you wish to be heard in support of your objection.

An acknowledgment of your objection will be sent at the close of the objection period.

A copy of your objection will be sent to the applicant as part of the application process.

IMPORTANT: Only people who can demonstrate that he/she has an interest greater than the public generally may object to an application. Once this threshold has been met the grounds on which an objection may be made are found in section 105 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.

 

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