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#11 dutyfree

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Posted 12 September 2016 - 04:40 PM

Apply for a permit, do some consultation, pay some koha and get a mooring.  Its all about the $$$


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#12 harrytom

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Posted 12 September 2016 - 05:00 PM

As said in a previous thread.forced to go to marinas
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#13 erice

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Posted 12 September 2016 - 05:21 PM

afaik

 

ferge's kayaks 

 

akarana yacht club

 

and ngati whatua

 

all made submissions to 'open up' nice, sheltered okahu bay to better their use of it

 

they don't like the moorings there

 

or the people who clog up the public facilities using them

 

the marina also wants permission to expand

 

the mooring holders did not make any submissions about retaining their moorings

 

and are now unable to 

 

as the date for submissions has closed


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#14 Clipper

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Posted 12 September 2016 - 05:38 PM

i cant post my thoughts without sounding like a deranged racist. So i wont say anything.
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#15 harrytom

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Posted 12 September 2016 - 08:16 PM

http://crew.org.nz/f...hu-bay-moorings

 

it appears this was under discussion back in july 2013?


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#16 Adrianp

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Posted 13 September 2016 - 02:14 PM

Here is a map from the decision version of the Unitary Plan. The Mooring area has been removed from Okahu Bay but there is still one to the west. The Red box around the existing moorings is a precinct, which means it has its own special rules. The rules of this precinct allow the existing moorings to to remain for 12 months, after which it becomes a prohibited activity - which means no one can apply for a resource consent for a mooring there, even existing mooring holders.

 

The Marina has a precinct too, which means it can't grow without going through the plan change process.

 

There is an explanation of the decision here in 7.2.4:  http://www.aucklandc...marinezone.pdf 

 

Precinct Rules here: http://unitaryplan.a...y Precinct.pdf 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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#17 Bogan

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Posted 13 September 2016 - 02:25 PM

Would I be wrong in thinking that half of the boats on moorings in Okahu bay only leave when the mooring fails and they end up on the wall?

 

And anyone blaming the local iwi: perhaps you should consider how you would act if your land next to a beach was taken off you, and before it was given back someone installed a sewerage treatment plant, an extensive road along the water front, and filled the bay with moorings.

 

Wouldn't you try to fix each of those problems?


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#18 Clipper

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Posted 13 September 2016 - 03:20 PM

Taken off you or sold?
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#19 Ed

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Posted 13 September 2016 - 03:22 PM

i cant post my thoughts without sounding like a deranged racist. So i wont say anything.

the joys of political correctness, know how you feel


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#20 erice

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Posted 13 September 2016 - 07:49 PM

if you did want to avoid the rush 

 

and move to hobson now

 

you'd find that you can't...

 

everything's sort of been shut down until the plan is approved

 

then apparently

 

everyone has to move within a year

 

seemingly they won't start formulating the move plan 

 

until the unitary plan has been approved

 

how long will the move plan take to make, the bay to survey, will that come out of the year?

 

how busy will the mooring guys be?

 

how much will it cost to move a mooring that was only surveyed last year 1km ?

 

will people who row out to their mooring from the okahu ramp and dinghy racks have to row the extra km to get the new mooring area from the old dock?

 

will the new electric gate at the new public dock at hobson be widened to allow frp dinghies on dollies to fit through, will the dinghy stand be moved? 

 

will some of the marina pay parking be converted back to free parking for the cars that will now need to park at the marina to access the hobson public dock?


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