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2. Prepare a resource consent application for a temporary structure

To avoid delays in processing your temporary consent application you should:

  • make sure your application is complete (including all plans and technical documents)
  • engage a professional (architect or consultant) to prepare your application.

Resource consent application

  • All plans are drawn at 1:100 or 1:200 scale and show a north point, boundary dimensions and bearings, adjoining legal descriptions, street numbers and metric scale bars, datum point, site contours including spot levels on the relevant boundaries.
  • Provide an assessment of what you want to do against the matters set out in part 2 of the RMA and any relevant provisions of the documents referred to in section 104(1)(b) of the RMA.
  • Complete an assessment of environmental effects (AEE).
  • Provide descriptions of:
    • the activity
    • the site at which the activity will occur
    • any other activities that are part of the proposal to which the application relates
    • any other resource consents required for the proposal to which the application relates.
  • Provide the full name and address of each owner or occupier of the site.
  • Identify who might be interested in or affected by the activity and how they might be affected.
  • Complete a checklist to make sure you have all required information.