Resource Management (Waitaki Catchment) Amendment Act 2004

Resource Management (Waitaki Catchment) Amendment Act 2004

Public Act2004 No 77
Date of assent16 September 2004

Contents

Amendment to Official Information Act 1982

Other regional plans

Matters relevant to the regional plan

Evaluation

Approval of regional plan

When regional plan becomes operative

Effect of regional plan developed and approved by Board on existing instruments

Decisions on applications to be made after regional plan developed and approved

Hearing and decision on applications

Appeals


The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows:

1 Title
  • (1) This Act is the Resource Management (Waitaki Catchment) Amendment Act 2004.

    (2) In this Act, the Resource Management Act 1991 is called the principal Act.

Part 1
Preliminary provisions

2 Commencement
  • This Act comes into force on the day after the date on which it receives the Royal assent.

3 Purpose
  • The purpose of this Act is to require the allocation of water in the Waitaki catchment on a basis consistent with the purpose and principles of the principal Act and, to this end,—

    • (a) to establish the Waitaki Catchment Water Allocation Board; and

    • (b) to require the Board to develop and approve a regional plan for water allocation that is—

      • (i) to have effect as if it were a regional plan developed and approved under the principal Act by the Canterbury Regional Council; and

      • (ii) to provide expressly for certain matters; and

    • (c) to defer the hearing of certain applications for resource consents relating to the Waitaki catchment until the regional plan for the allocation of water is operative.

4 Interpretation
  • (1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,—

    Board means the Waitaki Catchment Water Allocation Board established by section 5

    regional plan means the regional plan for the allocation of water in the Waitaki catchment, developed and approved by the Board under Part 3

    Waitaki catchment

    • (a) means the area of land bounded by watersheds draining into the Waitaki River; and

    • (b) includes aquifers wholly or partially within that area of land

    Waitaki River means the river known by that name, the confluence of which with the sea is shown on grid references NZMS 260-J41 (2002 version) J41:2364-5584.

    (2) Terms and expressions used but not defined in this Act have the same meaning as in the principal Act.

Part 2
Waitaki Catchment Water Allocation Board

5 Establishment of Board
  • (1) This section establishes the Waitaki Catchment Water Allocation Board.

    (2) The Board is a body corporate.

    (3) The Board continues in existence until dissolved in accordance with section 11.

6 Function of Board
  • (1) The function of the Board is to develop and approve a regional plan in accordance with Part 3.

    (2) The Board must complete its function within 12 months after—

    • (a) the day on which all the members of the Board are appointed; or

    • (b) if all the members of the Board are not appointed on the same day, the day by which 3 members are appointed.

7 Powers of Board
  • (1) For the purpose of carrying out its function, the Board has—

    • (a) full capacity to carry on or undertake any activity, do any act, or enter into any transaction; and

    • (b) for the purposes of paragraph (a), full rights, powers, and privileges.

    (2) Subsection (1) applies subject to this Act, any other enactment, and the general law.

8 Membership of Board
  • (1) The Board comprises not fewer than 3 and not more than 7 members appointed by the Minister.

    (2) In appointing members to the Board, the Minister must have regard to the need among the members of the Board for knowledge, skill, and experience in relation to—

    • (b) matters likely to come before the Board about water allocation and river ecology; and

    • (c) the Waitaki catchment; and

    • (d) tikanga Maori (Ngai Tahu customary values and practice); and

    • (e) in the case of the chairperson of the Board, judicial processes.

    (3) The chairperson of the Board is the member appointed by the Minister to be the chairperson.

    (4) The deputy chairperson of the Board is the member appointed by the Minister to be the deputy chairperson.

    (5) A member may be removed from office at any time by the Minister, by notice in writing, for inability to perform the functions of office, legal incapacity, bankruptcy, neglect of duty, or misconduct proved to the satisfaction of the Minister.

    (6) A member of the Board may resign by notice in writing to the Minister.

9 Minister may arrange for work to be done for, or supply information to, Board
  • The Minister may, to assist the Board in carrying out its functions,—

    • (a) arrange for work to be done for the Board:

    • (b) supply any information to the Board.

10 Further provisions applying to Board
  • The provisions set out in Schedule 1 apply in relation to the Board.

11 Dissolution of Board
  • (1) The Board is dissolved on such date as may be specified by the Governor-General by Order in Council.

    (2) An Order in Council may not be made under subsection (1) unless the Board has completed its function and all appeals relating to the function have been decided.

Amendment to Official Information Act 1982

12 Official Information Act 1982 amended
  • The Official Information Act 1982 is amended by inserting in Schedule 1, in its appropriate alphabetical order, the following item:

    Waitaki Catchment Water Allocation Board.

Part 3
Regional plan for allocation of water in Waitaki catchment

13 Regional plan for allocation of water
  • In carrying out its function under section 6, the Board must include objectives, policies, and methods (including rules, if appropriate) in the regional plan, to provide for—

    • (a) water that is or may be taken from, or used in, the Waitaki catchment in accordance with section 14(3)(b) and (e) of the principal Act; and

    • (b) water to sustain the intrinsic values and amenity values that the Board identifies and determines should be sustained in the Waitaki River and associated beds, banks, margins, tributaries, islands, lakes, wetlands, and aquifers; and

    • (c) the allocation of water to activities, as appropriate; and

    • (d) the management of allocated water, including methods that provide for dealing with periods of time or seasons when the level or flow of water is low.

14 Status of regional plan
  • (1) The regional plan developed and approved under this Part, when it is operative in accordance with section 27,—

    • (a) is the Canterbury regional plan for the allocation of water in that part of the Waitaki catchment that is within the Canterbury region; and

    • (b) may be reviewed and changed by the Canterbury Regional Council in accordance with the provisions of the principal Act, but not sooner than 2 years from the date when the regional plan referred to in this subsection becomes operative.

    (2) All the provisions of the principal Act that apply to regional plans apply to the regional plan referred to in subsection (1) from the date on which it becomes operative.

    (3) Subsection (2) applies subject to the provisions of this Act.

Other regional plans

15 Other regional plans of Canterbury Regional Council
  • When the regional plan developed and approved under this Part is operative in accordance with section 27, the Canterbury Regional Council may prepare or change any other regional plan, including a regional plan relating to water in the Waitaki catchment,—

    • (a) in a manner that is consistent with the regional plan developed and approved under this Part; and

    • (b) provided the plan does not deal with the allocation of water in the Waitaki catchment.

16 Otago Regional Water Plan
  • (1) The Board may change the Otago Regional Water Plan as it relates to the Waitaki catchment as necessary to ensure that the Otago Regional Water Plan gives effect to the regional plan developed and approved under this Part.

    (2) A change made to the Otago Regional Water Plan under subsection (1) must be included in the regional plan developed and approved under this Part.

    (3) The Otago Regional Water Plan may be reviewed and changed by the Otago Regional Council in accordance with the provisions of the principal Act.

Subpart 1Development of regional plan

17 Development of regional plan by Board
  • (1) The Board must develop and approve a regional plan in accordance with this Part.

    (2) For the purposes of subsection (1), the Board has the powers that a regional council has under the principal Act in relation to regional plans.

Matters relevant to the regional plan

18 Application of principal Act to development, contents, and approval of regional plan
  • (1) The principal Act, including the provisions of Part 2, applies, with the necessary modifications, to the development, con-tents, and approval of the regional plan under this Part as if it were a regional plan developed by a regional council, except as expressly provided otherwise by this Act.

    (2) Except as provided in subsection (3), the following provisions do not apply to the development of the regional plan under this Part:

    • (a) section 37(1)(a) and Part 5 of the principal Act:

    (3) Sections 63(1), 66(2A), 67(1) and (2)(a), 68(1), (2), (3), (5), and (7), 69, 70, and 77A to 77D apply, with the necessary modifications, as if the Board were a regional council.

Evaluation

19 Evaluation of policies, rules, and other methods
  • (1) The Board must, during the development of the proposed regional plan under this subpart, examine the policies, rules, and other methods of that plan in accordance with the requirements of section 32(3)(a), (b), and (4) of the principal Act.

    (2) The Board must include in that plan its reasons for adopting in that plan the policies, rules, and other methods.

Subpart 2Procedures

20 Procedures for development and approval of regional plan by Board
  • (1) Schedule 1 of the principal Act does not apply to the development and approval of the regional plan under this Part.

    (2) However, clauses 3(1) and (2), 5(1), (1C) to (5), 7(1)(a) and (b), 10(2) (3), 11, 16(2), and 16A to 17 of Schedule 1 of the principal Act do apply, with the necessary modifications, to the development of the regional plan referred to in subsection (1).

21 Information requirements of Board
  • (1) The Board may, for the purpose of performing its function under this Act,—

    • (a) require reports to be provided to it on any matter relevant to the development of the regional plan under this Part; and

    • (b) require information to be provided to it in relation to an existing permit relating to the Waitaki catchment or an application listed in Schedule 2 by—

      • (i) the holder of a water permit or associated resource consent:

      • (ii) an applicant for a water permit or associated resource consent:

      • (iii) a requiring authority that has issued a notice of requirement for a designation; and

    • (c) require information or assistance to be given to it on any matter relevant to the development of the regional plan referred to in paragraph (a) by—

      • (i) the Canterbury Regional Council:

      • (ii) the Otago Regional Council:

      • (iii) any territorial authority within the Canterbury or Otago regions.

    (2) The Board may, in exercising its function under this Act, have regard to any relevant information it receives (whether the information is prepared before or after the commencement of this Act), including any submissions made in relation to an application listed in Schedule 2.

    (3) If the Board requires new information or assistance from a local authority under subsection (1)(c), and that information or assistance would reasonably have been required in the context of preparing a regional plan under the principal Act, the Board may require the local authority to provide the information or assistance at the cost of the local authority.

22 Disclosure of information
  • The Board must, 5 working days before the hearing held under section 24, give public notice of reports it has received relevant to the development of the regional plan under this Part, stating—

    • (a) where the reports may be inspected; and

    • (b) where copies may be obtained on payment of the fee (if any) specified in the notice.

23 Submissions
  • (1) Any person may make a submission to the Board on the regional plan developed under this Part, after its public notification under clause 5 of Schedule 1 of the principal Act.

    (2) A submission made under subsection (1) must be in writing, but may otherwise be in any form considered appropriate by the Board.

24 Board must hear submissions
  • (1) The Board must hold a hearing into submissions made under section 23.

    (2) The hearing must be held in public, except to the extent that there is evidence or information to which section 42(1) of the principal Act applies.

    (3) In conducting the hearing, the Board—

    • (a) must keep a written record of the hearing; and

    • (b) may allow cross-examination of witnesses; and

    • (c) may summon witnesses; and

    • (d) may take evidence on oath, and for that purpose the chairperson of the Board, or his or her deputy, may administer an oath.

25 Effect of regional plan
  • The regional plan developed under this Part is of no effect until—

    • (a) it has been approved by the Board under section 26; and

    • (b) it has become operative in accordance with section 27.

Approval of regional plan

26 Approval of regional plan by Board
  • (1) The regional plan must be approved at a meeting of the Board attended by all members.

    (2) If the Board cannot reach a unanimous decision to approve the regional plan referred to in subsection (1),—

    • (a) each member of the Board must vote individually on whether or not to approve that plan; and

    • (b) the decision of the Board must be decided by a majority of the valid votes cast by the members in accordance with the procedures of the Board.

    (3) The regional plan referred to in subsection (1) must include, before it is approved,—

    • (a) the Board's reasons for adopting the provisions of that plan; and

    • (b) a list of the reports the Board has considered.

When regional plan becomes operative

27 Operative date
  • Except to the extent that there is an outstanding appeal on a point of law, the regional plan developed and approved under this Part becomes operative on the day that is 15 working days after the date on which that plan is approved by the Board under section 26.

Effect of regional plan developed and approved by Board on existing instruments

28 Effect on regional policy statements and regional plans
  • If the provisions of a regional policy statement or regional plan that applies to any part of the Waitaki catchment are inconsistent with the regional plan developed and approved under this Part, the provisions of the regional plan developed and approved under this Part prevail.

Subpart 3Right of appeal

29 Appeal to High Court on question of law
  • (1) A person who made a submission under section 23 and who is dissatisfied with the decision of the Board to approve the regional plan under section 26 as being erroneous on a question of law may appeal against that decision to the High Court on a question of law only.

    (2) A local authority that is located in whole or in part within the Waitaki catchment, and that is dissatisfied with the decision of the Board to approve the regional plan under section 26 as being erroneous on a question of law may appeal against that decision to the High Court on a question of law only, whether or not it made a submission on that plan under section 23.

    (3) An appeal under this section must be made in accordance with the High Court Rules, except to the extent that those rules are inconsistent with sections 300 to 307 of the principal Act.

    (4) Sections 300 to 308 of the principal Act apply (except sections 300(3) and 301(1)(d)), with the necessary modifications, to an appeal under subsection (1) as if every reference in those sections—

    • (a) to a party to, or a person who appeared in, a proceedings were a reference to a person or a local authority who made a submission under section 23; and

    • (b) to the Environment Court or Court, were a reference to the Board; and

    • (c) to the Registrar of the Environment Court, were a reference to the Board; and

    • (d) a decision, report, or recommendation of the Environment Court, were a reference to the regional plan developed and approved under this Part.

    (5) The decision of the Board to approve the regional plan under section 26 is deemed to be a decision for the purposes of Part 10 of the High Court Rules.

Part 4
Processing of applications

30 Interpretation
  • (1) In this Part, application means an application for a resource consent or a notice of requirement for a designation specified in Schedule 2.

    (2) The Governor-General may, by Order in Council, amend Schedule 2 to add or omit—

    • (a) any application for a water permit, and any associated land use consent or discharge permit, for any activity in the Waitaki catchment:

    • (b) any land use consent or discharge permit associated with an application for a water permit referred to in Schedule 2:

    • (c) any notice of requirement for a designation in the Waitaki catchment.

Decisions on applications to be made after regional plan developed and approved

31 Consideration and decision on applications deferred
  • (1) A local authority must not consider and decide an application unless the regional plan developed and approved under Part 3 is operative.

    (2) Section 88A of the principal Act does not apply to an application.

32 Ministerial call-in cancelled
  • If an application is subject to a direction by the Minister under section 140 of the principal Act, the direction is cancelled.

Hearing and decision on applications

33 Powers of local authority in relation to hearing applications
  • In carrying out its functions under this Part, a local authority—

    • (a) must publicly notify an application (whether previously notified or not) if, had the application been made after the regional plan developed and approved under Part 3 becomes operative, the local authority—

      • (i) would have been required to notify the application; or

      • (ii) would, in the exercise of a discretion, have decided to notify the application; and

    • (b) may consider any evidence presented to the Board; and

    • (c) must consider all relevant submissions lodged with the local authority or the Minister whether before, on, or after the commencement of this Act.

34 Resource Management Amendment Act 2003 applies to applications and notices
35 Resource Management (Energy and Climate Change) Amendment Act 2004 does not apply to applications and notices

Appeals

36 Appeals to be treated as priority fixture
  • An appeal to the Environment Court under this Part must be heard and determined as if it had been granted a priority fixture by the Environment Court.

37 Documents to be lodged by local authority with Registrar
  • (1) A local authority must, within 15 working days after the date on which notice of appeal is lodged, send to the Registrar of the Environment Court—

    • (a) two copies of the application, documents, written submissions, statements, reports, and other papers lodged with the local authority and relating to the decision appealed from; and

    • (b) any exhibits in the custody of the local authority; and

    • (c) two copies of the whole of the decision appealed from.

    (2) Subsection (1) applies subject to any direction of the Environment Court.

    (3) If there has been a hearing before the local authority, the local authority must also send to the Registrar 2 copies of the written record of the hearing and made for the purposes of or under the direction of the local authority as have been transcribed or such greater number of copies as is required by subsection (4).

    (4) If the transcript referred to in subsection (3) is certified to be correct by the local authority, no further verification of its contents is required.

    (5) Subsection (3) does not apply to any notes made personally by the person who heard the application.

    (6) If the evidence given at the hearing was recorded but has not been transcribed, the Environment Court may order, subject to such conditions as it thinks fit, that a transcript of the whole of the evidence be made and sent to the Registrar.

    (7) The local authority may, at any time, make application to the Court for an order that the reasonable cost of making any transcript in accordance with this section be paid by any of the parties to the appeal.

    (8) If an order under this section requires a transcript to be made, the local authority must certify the correctness of the transcript and send a copy of it to the Registrar.

38 Conference powers
  • (1) Within 10 working days after the Registrar of the Environment Court receives the documents referred to section 37, a notice of a judicial conference must be sent to all parties to the appeal, and the judicial conference must be presided over by an Environment Judge sitting alone.

    (2) The Environment Judge presiding at any conference under subsection (1) must, after giving the parties an opportunity to be heard, do the following things:

    • (a) assess the grounds of appeal to ascertain whether an order for striking out an appeal under section 279(4) of the principal Act should be made:

    • (b) assess any applications for leave to hear new evidence, and any applications to have any witness cross-examined:

    • (c) issue a direction to fix the dates by which the respective parties must deliver to the Court and to the other parties statements of the evidence to be given on behalf of the respective parties.

    (3) The Environment Judge presiding at any conference under subsection (1) may, after giving the parties an opportunity to be heard, do 1 or more of the things specified in section 267(3) and (4) of the principal Act.


Schedule 1
Further provisions applying in relation to Board

s 10

1 Deputy chairperson has functions, powers, and duties of chairperson
  • The deputy chairperson of the Board has and may exercise all the functions, powers, and duties of the chairperson of the Board if—

    • (a) the office of chairperson is vacant; or

    • (b) the chairperson is, for any reason, unable to perform his or her functions, powers, and duties.

2 Appointments valid despite defect
  • The appointment of a person as a member, chairperson, or deputy chairperson is not invalid because of a defect in the appointment.

3 Validity of member's acts
  • Anything done by a person as a member, chairperson, or deputy chairperson of the Board is valid—

    • (a) despite any defect in his or her appointment:

    • (b) even though the occasion for the person acting or for his or her appointment had not arisen or had ceased.

4 Remuneration and travelling allowances
  • The members of the Board are entitled to receive—

    • (a) remuneration determined by the Minister in accordance with the fees framework for members of statutory and other bodies; and

    • (b) payment of reimbursing allowances or actual and reasonable expenses incurred in undertaking the functions of the Board.

5 Members not liable for things done or omitted in good faith
  • A member of the Board is not liable for anything done or omitted in the performance of the Board's function if done or omitted in good faith.

6 No entitlement to compensation
  • A member of the Board is not entitled to compensation or other payment or benefit if he or she ceases for any reason to hold office as a member of the Board.

7 Board may regulate its procedure
  • Subject to this Act, the Board may regulate its own procedure.


Schedule 2
Resource consent applications and notices of requirement for designations to which Part 4 applies

s 30

1
Applications as called in on 11 September 2003

Canterbury Regional Council 
ApplicantApplication number
Anderson ICRC040335
Anderson K J, S R & D KCRC012017
Anderson K J, S R & D KCRC012019
Anderson K J, S R & D KCRC031578
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031390
Awakino Station LimitedCRC012807
Blackforest LimitedCRC030360
Blackforest LimitedCRC030361
Dunstan Peaks LimitedCRC011361
Foveran Deer ParkCRC032220
Goldwyn Farming Company LimitedCRC012503
Goldwyn Farming Company LimitedCRC012506
Goldwyn Farming Company Limited & Warwick W G & R M MCRC020329
Hakataramea Station (1990) LimitedCRC981376
Irishman Creek Station LimitedCRC011845
Irrigation North Otago LimitedCRC031136
Irrigation North Otago LimitedCRC032157
Irving R JCRC012640
Lone Star Farms LimitedCRC031175
Mcaughtrie D WCRC011940
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
Mitchell J B, Mcaughtrie D W & Cooke T J & JCRC991473
Munro H MCRC011987
Opihi River Development Company Limited905285a
Otago Station Estates LimitedCRC011878
Otamatapaio Station (1993) LimitedCRC012047
Otematata Station LimitedCRC011908
Padkins Creek Community RaceCRC011989
Pukaki Farming Company LimitedCRC040327
Robertson R H & J Family TrustCRC031592
Rosehip Orchards NZ LimitedCRC021749
RPNZ Properties LimitedCRC021585
The Glenbrook Trust and T G and B A Kellard Family TrustCRC012291
Upper Waitaki Community Irrigation LimitedCRC001128
  
Waihao Downs Irrigation LimitedCRC040428
Waitaki District CouncilCRC011415
Waitaki District CouncilCRC011743
Waitangi Station LimitedCRC030944
Warwick R M MCRC020471
Watherston A R & B A Parker D JCRC012877
Westmere Estate LimitedCRC012051
Wolds Run Company (1972) LimitedCRC952550
Zealandicus Freshwater Crayfish LimitedCRC000949
  • Part 1 was amended, as from 1 September 2005, by clause 4(1) Resource Management (Waitaki Catchment) Order 2005 (SR 2005/222) by omitting the applications specified in that regulation.

2
Applications as called in on 29 October 2003

Canterbury Regional Council 
ApplicantApplication number
Hakataramea Valley Irrigation IncorporatedCRC032177
Killemont Station LimitedCRC040180
Otematata Station LimitedCRC020355
Ruataniwha Farm LimitedCRC040159
Totara Farming Company LtdCRC020584
Zealandicus Freshwater Crayfish LimitedCRC990121

3
Applications as called in on 25 or 28 November 2003

Canterbury Regional Council 
ApplicantApplication number
Aviemore LimitedCRC041031
Cameron W NCRC041002
Cameron W NCRC041003
Croft S RCRC040959
Croft S RCRC040960
Elephant Hill LimitedCRC040998
Elephant Hill LimitedCRC040823
Gloag M & TCRC040994
Hakataramea Station (1990) LimitedCRC040999
Maerewhenua District Water Resource Company LimitedCRC041004
Munro H MCRC041023
Nowell B WCRC040992
Otematata Station LimitedCRC041032
Otematata Station LimitedCRC041033
Pacific Basin Educational FoundationCRC041039
Small N JCRC040988
Williamson Holdings LimitedCRC040835

4
Other applications

Canterbury Regional Council 
ApplicantApplication number
Anderson K J, S R and D KCRC012032
Anderson K J, S R and D KCRC012033
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031392
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031394
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031395
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031396
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031397
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031398
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031399
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031400
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031401
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031402
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031403
Aoraki Water TrustCRC031404
Aubrey R JCRC050184
Blackforest LimitedCRC030359
Blackforest LimitedCRC030393
Burnett D M CCRC050946
Burnett D M CCRC050947
Burnett D M CCRC050949
Cameron W NCRC020744.1
Chalmers DD & VJCRC042124
Croft S RCRC040961
Department of ConservationCRC054830
Department of ConservationCRC054838
Department of ConservationCRC054839
Dunstan Peaks LimitedCRC011362
Dunstan Peaks LimitedCRC011363
Easton D & CCRC050565
Easton D & CCRC050566
Easton D & CCRC050567
Elephant Hill LimitedCRC040823
Falconer S M, Macassey R N, & Cook Allan Gibson Trustee Company LimitedCRC060253
Five Rivers LimitedCRC061154
Five Rivers LimitedCRC061155
Foveran Deer ParkCRC032221
Foveran Deer ParkCRC032222
Foveran Deer ParkCRC032223
Glenmore Station LimitedCRC052501
Glenmore Station LimitedCRC052502
Glenmore Station LimitedCRC052503
Goldwyn Farming Company LimitedCRC021332
Goldwyn Farming Company Ltd & Warwick W G & R M MCRC020331
Goldwyn Farming Company LimitedCRC012504
Gray Hills PartnershipCRC042661
Hakataramea Valley Irrigation LimitedCRC032178
Hakataramea Station (1990) LimitedCRC982000
Hakataramea Station (1990) LimitedCRC981377
High Country Rosehip Orchards LimitedCRC061317
High Country Rosehip Orchards LimitedCRC061322
Haldon Station LimitedCRC042561
Hope ANCRC041541 to CRC041543
Hope ANCRC041545
Hutton M WCRC051279
Irishman Creek Station LimitedCRC011846
Irrigation North Otago LimitedCRC031137
Irrigation North Otago LimitedCRC031138
Irrigation North Otago LimitedCRC031139
K W Pheasant-Waiareka Valley Irrigation LimitedCRC030004
Killermont Station LimitedCRC040181
Killermont Station LimitedCRC041330
Killermont Station LimitedCRC041331
Killermont Station LimitedCRC041332
Killermont Station LimitedCRC041776
Killermont Station LimitedCRC041777
Killermont Station LimitedCRC041798
Lone Star Farms LimitedCRC031176
Mackenzie District CouncilCRC042741
Mcaughtrie D WCRC011939
Meikle R J and J MCRC040446
Meridian Energy LimitedCRC030573 to CRC030579
  
  
  
Mitchell J B, Mcaughtrie D W & Cooke T J & JCRC991474
Mitchell J B, Mcaughtrie D W & Cooke T J & JCRC991475
Munro H MCRC012733
Munro S J BCRC060938
Ohau Company Trust LimitedCRC042011
Ohau Company Trust LimitedCRC042014 to CRC042026
Ohau Snow Holdings LimitedCRC061101
Opihi River Development Company LimitedCRC905285 b and c
Otamatapaio Station (1993) LimitedCRC012049
Otamatapaio Station (1993) LimitedCRC012727
Pringle R G & Z LCRC050940
Pringle R G & Z LCRC050957
Pringle R G & Z LCRC050959
Pringle R G & Z LCRC050960
Pukaki Farming Company LimitedCRC040328
Pukaki Farming Company LimitedCRC040329
Pukaki Farming Company LimitedCRC040330
Pukaki Farming Company LimitedCRC040331
Rosehip Orchards NZ LimitedCRC021750
RPNZ Properties LimitedCRC021258
RPNZ Properties LimitedCRC021684
RPNZ Properties LimitedCRC051767
RPNZ Properties LimitedCRC051768
RPNZ Properties LimitedCRC051769
Sheddan DMCRC042713
Small N JCRC040989
Small N JCRC051766
Station Peak LimitedCRC050726
Thanet Farms LimitedCRC060827
The Glenbrook Trust and T G and B A Kellard Family TrustCRC012290
Totara Farming Company LimitedCRC031315
Upper Waitaki Community Irrigation LimitedCRC001129
Waihao Downs Irrigation LimitedCRC040427
Waihao Downs Irrigation LimitedCRC040429
Waitaki District CouncilCRC011416
Waitaki Pastures LimitedCRC050250
Waitaki Pastures LimitedCRC050251
Waitaki Pastures LimitedCRC050252
Waitangi Station LimitedCRC031013
Waitangi Station LimitedCRC031014
Williamson Holdings LimitedCRC040835
Williamson Holdings LimitedCRC040836
Williamson Holdings LimitedCRC041787
Williamson Holdings LimitedCRC041788
Zealandicus Freshwater Crayfish LimitedCRC990119
Zealandicus Freshwater Crayfish LimitedCRC990122
Mackenzie District Council 
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Aoraki Water TrustRCO30017
Otago Regional Council 
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Waimate District Council 
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Waitaki District Council 
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  • Part 4 was amended, as from 1 September 2005, by clause 4(2) Resource Management (Waitaki Catchment) Order 2005 (SR 2005/222) by omitting the applications, in relation to the Canterbury Regional Council, specified in that regulation.

  • Part 4 was amended, as from 1 September 2005, by clause 4(3) Resource Management (Waitaki Catchment) Order 2005 (SR 2005/222) by inserting the applications, in relation to the Canterbury Regional Council, specified in that regulation.

  • Part 4 was amended, as from 3 August 2006, by clause 3 Resource Management (Waitaki Catchment) Order 2006 (SR 2006/185) by inserting the applications, in relation to the Canterbury Regional Council, specified in that regulation.

  • Part 4 was amended, as from 1 September 2005, by clause 4(4) Resource Management (Waitaki Catchment) Order 2005 (SR 2005/222) by omitting the applications, in relation to the Otago Regional Council, the Waimate District Council, and the Waitaki District Council, specified in that regulation.


Legislative history

3 December 2003Introduction (Bill 96-1)
10 December 2003First reading and referral to Local Government and Environment Committee
22 March 2004Reported from Local Government and Environment Committee (Bill 96-2)
25 March 2004Second reading
1, 2, 7 September 2004Committee of the whole House (Bill 96-3)
9 September 2004Third reading