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Waikato's Surveying

and Engineering Specialists

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Landuse Consent Application

Landuse consents are required for different activities in zones as specified by the appropriate District Plan. For example building a dwelling or garage on boundary line, or starting a industrial business on land zoned residential. 

 

Subdivision Consent Application

An application to Council is required for all subdivisions and boundary adjustments. The application provides the Council with the information it needs to assess the proposal in terms of the District Plan and issue the conditions which the consent is to be subject to.

 

Water Take applications

Waikato Regional Council has recently brought in regulations to gain more control over the water resource in the region. This requires most farms to apply for consent to take water for shed wash down and milk cooling. We can provide advice on these matters and prepare applications. 

Testimonials

Nicholson Surveying staff are friendly, they explained the subdivision process clearly and undertook the resource consent application promptly. Tim Bailey appeared at a Council hearing and successfully challenged Council on the imposition of development fees.

Kevin Dowling
Ecomist Ltd

Nicholson Surveying staff are friendly, they explained the subdivision process clearly and undertook the resource consent application promptly. Tim Bailey appeared at a Council hearing and successfully challenged Council on the imposition of development fees.

Kevin Dowling
Ecomist Ltd

Nicholson Surveying staff are friendly, they explained the subdivision process clearly and undertook the resource consent application promptly. Tim Bailey appeared at a Council hearing and successfully challenged Council on the imposition of development fees.

Kevin Dowling
Ecomist Ltd

Nicholson Surveying staff are friendly, they explained the subdivision process clearly and undertook the resource consent application promptly. Tim Bailey appeared at a Council hearing and successfully challenged Council on the imposition of development fees.

Kevin Dowling
Ecomist Ltd