The Vincent Spatial Plan
Over the past couple of years we’ve been talking with our Vincent communities about the development of a spatial plan to address the challenges and opportunities for growth and land use in the Alexandra Basin, Omakau and Ophir.
In January 2022 Council adopted the Vincent Spatial Plan – a visual blueprint for the next 30 years showing what could go where and how aspects such as infrastructure, housing and productive land use could fit together.
It is a vision of what the future could look like, offering guidance to the private and public sector, including direction for infrastructure investment and CODC’s future planning.
The Vincent Spatial Plan is already helping to shape future changes to the Central Otago District Plan. The first chapter of the Plan that is under review is residential section (i.e., areas within townships that are zoned for residential use).
- Read the final Vincent Spatial Plan (PDF, 15MB)
The Alexandra Airport Master Plan was developed as one of the workstreams of the Vincent Spatial Plan. It will inform decisions on the development of the airport over the next 20-plus years, providing direction for future types of activity on the aerodrome and appropriate locations for development. Alongside the Vincent Spatial Plan, the airport master plan will inform the District Plan on the development objectives and planning protections required by the Airport.
- Read the Alexandra Airport Master Plan (PDF, 3.4MB)