Reprint as at 12 November 2018

Coat of Arms of New Zealand

Greater Christchurch Regeneration Act 2016

Public Act
 
2016 No 14
Date of assent
 
7 April 2016
Commencement
 
see section 2
Note

Changes authorised by subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Legislation Act 2012 have been made in this official reprint.

Note 4 at the end of this reprint provides a list of the amendments incorporated.

This Act is administered by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Contents

1Title
2Commencement
3Purposes
4Interpretation
5Transitional, savings, and related provisions
6Act binds the Crown
7Application of Ngāi Tahu Claims Settlement Act 1998
8Geographical application of Act
9Effect of Plans on exercise of powers under Act
10Effect of Act on other powers
11Conditions applying to exercise of powers by Minister or chief executive
12Overview
13Interpretation in this subpart
14Who may be proponent
15Application of provisions of this subpart to Plans
16Parties must respond promptly
17Section 32 and Schedule 1 of Resource Management Act 1991 not to apply
18Additional ground for rejecting request for change to RMA document
19Outline for Plan or amendment relating to greater Christchurch
20Proponent must seek views and finalise outline
21Minister may approve outline for Plan or amendment
22Proponent may modify outline for Plan or amendment if outline declined
23Development of draft Plan or amendment
24Proponent must notify draft Plan or amendment and invite comment
25Proponent must finalise and submit draft Plan or amendment
26Approval of Plan or amendment relating to greater Christchurch
27Proponent may modify draft Plan or amendment
28Outline for Plan or amendment relating to Christchurch district
29Proponent must seek views and finalise outline
30Regenerate Christchurch must review outline and may recommend outline to Minister
31Minister must approve outline for Plan or amendment if conditions in section 11 are met
32Proponent may modify outline for Plan or amendment if outline declined
33Development of draft Plan or amendment
34Regenerate Christchurch must notify draft Plan or amendment and invite comment
35Proponent must finalise and submit draft Plan or amendment
36Regenerate Christchurch must review draft Plan or amendment
37Regenerate Christchurch must provide recommendation to Minister
38Approval of Plan or amendment relating to Christchurch district
39Proponent may modify draft Plan or amendment
40Minor amendments
41Outline for revocation of Plan relating to greater Christchurch
42Proponent must seek views and finalise outline
43Minister may approve outline for revocation
44Proponent may modify outline for revocation if outline declined
45Development of proposed revocation
46Proponent must finalise and submit proposed revocation
47Approval of revocation of Plan relating to greater Christchurch
48Minister must provide reasons for declining proposed revocation
49Outline for revocation of Plan relating to Christchurch district
50Proponent must seek views and finalise outline
51Regenerate Christchurch must review outline and may recommend outline to Minister
52Minister must approve outline for revocation if conditions in section 11 are met
53Proponent may modify outline for revocation if outline declined
54Development of proposed revocation
55Proponent must finalise and submit proposed revocation
56Regenerate Christchurch must review proposed revocation
57Regenerate Christchurch must provide recommendation to Minister
58Approval of revocation of Plan relating to Christchurch district
59Minister must provide reasons for declining proposed revocation
60Councils, etc, not to act inconsistently with Plan
61Councils to amend documents if required
62Section 88A(1A) of Resource Management Act 1991 not to apply
63Relationship to other instruments
64Status of Plans under Legislation Act 2012
65Proposal for exercise of power in section 71
66Proponent must seek views and finalise proposal
67Minister may decide to proceed with proposal
68Minister must invite public comment
69Approval of proposal for exercise of power
70Minister must provide reasons for declining proposal to exercise power
71Minister may suspend, amend, or revoke RMA document, council plan, etc
72Contents of notice under section 71
73Status of notice under Legislation Act 2012
74Approval of cadastral survey datasets
75New surveys
76Disputes
77Works
78First notice requirement for work carried out on private land
79Additional requirements for demolition work carried out under section 77
80Second notice requirement for work carried out on private land
81Chief executive may apply to High Court for order that owner or occupier vacate land or building
82Authorised persons may enter private land to carry out work under section 77
83Compensation for demolition of buildings
84Compensation for damage to other property caused by demolition of building
85Temporary buildings
86Access to areas or buildings
87Prohibiting and restricting public access, closing and stopping roads, etc
88Offences relating to access and roads
89Power to direct owner to act for benefit of adjoining or adjacent owners
90Offence to fail to comply with direction
91Acquisition and other dealing with property
92Declarations by Minister concerning land
93Subdividing land, etc
94Amalgamation of land
95Minister must consult Minister of Conservation in certain cases
96Notice of intention to vest land in the Crown
97Effect of notice of intention to vest land in the Crown
98Notice of intention to amalgamate land
99Effect of notice of intention to amalgamate land
100Minister may publish vesting notice and amalgamation notice together
101Notice to be registered
102Preconditions to exercise of power in sections 103 to 106
103Notice of intention to take land
104Proclamation
105Proclamation to be registered
106Vacant possession
107Disposal of land
108Certain land to be disposed of under section 107 subject to offer back provisions in Public Works Act 1981
109Certain compulsorily acquired land to be disposed of under section 107 must be offered back
110When this subpart applies
111Meaning of compensation
112Entitlement to compensation
113Procedure for claiming compensation
114Minister determines compensation
115Time for making determination
116Exercise of power unaffected by claim for compensation
117No compensation except as provided by this Act
118Appeal
119Exceptions to exclusion of appeals
120Appeal from High Court and in some cases from Court of Appeal
121Establishment and status of Regenerate Christchurch
122Purpose and objectives of Regenerate Christchurch
123Functions of Regenerate Christchurch
124Powers of Regenerate Christchurch
125Area of Regenerate Christchurch
126Board’s role
127Membership of board
128Chairperson of board
129Further provisions relating to Regenerate Christchurch
130Role of Christchurch City Council and Minister
131Letter of expectations
132Direction to amend statement of intent or statement of performance expectations
133Acts done before commencement
134Successor organisation
135Regenerate Christchurch’s income exempt from income tax
136Application of certain Acts
137Interpretation in this subpart
138Regenerate Christchurch may transfer assets and liabilities
139Notice of transfer
140Residual assets and liabilities transferred to successor organisation
141Transfer of Crown agreements, etc
142Transfer of Crown assets, liabilities, and land to Ōtākaro Limited
143Transfer of designations to Ōtākaro Limited
144Transfer does not affect rights, etc
145Protection from liability
146Repeal, revocations, and validation
147Continuation, amendment, and validation of certain Orders in Council
148Power to revoke Orders in Council continued by section 147
149Application of Legislation Act 2012
150Annual review of Act
151Repeal of this Act and revocations
152Consequential amendments and revocation
Reprint notes

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: