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Coastal consents or permits
A coastal consent, or permit, may be required for a wide range of activities, including:
- to reclaim part of the foreshore or seabed
- to construct a structure in, on, under, or over any foreshore or seabed, e.g. to build a jetty, seawall or marina
- to disturb the foreshore or seabed, e.g. by excavation or dredging
- to deposit substances in, on, under, or over any foreshore or seabed
- to plant exotic or introduced plants in, on, under, or over the foreshore or seabed
- to occupy any part of the common marine and coastal area
- to remove sand, shingle, shell or other natural material
- to carry out activities in, on, under, or over any coastal marine area for which a resource consent is required, e.g. the removal of mangroves.
Apply online for a coastal permit
Applying for a coastal permit requires submitting an application for a resource consent. As with all resource consents, you need to submit an Assessment of Environmental Effects (AEE).
We only accept online applications for a coastal permit. If you are unable to apply digitally, visit one of our service centres for assistance in making your online application.
If there is no way to provide digital copies of your plans or documents, visit one of our service centres. Our staff will accept your documents for an additional charge. The charge covers costs involved with us scanning your documents into our digital consent system.
Call us on 09 301 0101 to speak with our building and planning help desk if you have questions regarding your application.
|Consider stormwater when building||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/building-and-consents/stormwater||Consider stormwater when building||If you are doing any sort of development, one of the factors you need to consider is stormwater. Find out what you need to know about stormwater before you begin.||aspx||Stormwater|
|Report a water quality issue||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/environment/looking-after-aucklands-water/looking-after-our-waterways/Pages/report-water-quality-issue.aspx||Report a water quality issue||Contact us for water quality issues or oil spills. We advise when the water is unsafe due to flooding, erosion, pollution and unhealthy practices. ||aspx||Water quality|
|Consent to discharge contaminants onto land or into the air or water||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/building-and-consents/resource-consents/types-resource-consents/regional-resource-consents/Pages/consent-discharge-contaminants-land-air-water.aspx||Consent to discharge contaminants onto land or into the air or water||Types of discharge consents, and how to apply.||aspx||Resource consents|
|Water permit to take, use, dam, or divert water||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/building-and-consents/resource-consents/types-resource-consents/regional-resource-consents/Pages/water-permit-dam-divert-water.aspx||Water permit to take, use, dam, or divert water||Find out how to apply for a water permit (or water consent).||aspx||Resource consents|
|Water Use Data Management System||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/building-and-consents/resource-consents/types-resource-consents/regional-resource-consents/Pages/Water-Use-Data-Management-System.aspx||Water Use Data Management System||If you hold a water consent you can log your meter readings using our Water Use Data Management System, WUDMS.||aspx|
|Works within the bed of a lake or river||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/building-and-consents/resource-consents/types-resource-consents/regional-resource-consents/Pages/works-within-bed-lake-river.aspx||Works within the bed of a lake or river||Find out how to apply to work in the bed of a lake or river.||aspx||Resource consents|