Greater Christchurch Regeneration Bill

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Hon Gerry Brownlee

Greater Christchurch Regeneration Bill

Government Bill

79—1

Contents

Explanatory note
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
11Powers to be exercised for purposes of this Act
12Meaning of proponent
13Parties must respond promptly
14Section 32 and Schedule 1 of Resource Management Act 1991 not to apply
15Additional ground for rejecting request for change to RMA document
16Proposal for Plan or amendment
17Proponent must seek views and finalise proposal for Plan or amendment
18Minister may approve proposal for Plan or amendment
19Proponent may revise proposal for Plan or amendment if proposal declined
20Development of draft Plan or amendment
21Approval of Plan or amendment
22Proponent may revise draft Plan or amendment
23Minor amendments
24Proposal for revocation
25Proponent must seek views and finalise proposal for revocation
26Minister may approve proposal for revocation
27Proponent may revise proposal for revocation if proposal declined
28Development of proposed revocation
29Approval of revocation
30Minister must provide reasons for declining revocation
31Councils not to act inconsistently with Plan
32Councils to amend documents if required
33Section 88A(1A) of Resource Management Act 1991 not to apply
34Relationship to other instruments
35Status of Plans under Legislation Act 2012
36Proposal for exercise of power in section 42
37Proponent must seek views and finalise proposal
38Minister may decide to proceed with proposal
39Minister must seek public comment
40Approval of proposal for exercise of power
41Minister must provide reasons for declining proposal to exercise power
42Minister may suspend, amend, or revoke RMA document, council plan, etc
43Status of notice under Legislation Act 2012
44Approval of cadastral survey datasets
45New surveys
46Disputes
47 Works
48Additional requirements for work carried out on private land
49Additional requirements for demolition work carried out under section 47
50Chief executive may apply to High Court for order that owner or occupier vacate land or building
51Compensation for demolition of buildings
52Compensation for damage to other property caused by demolition of building
53Temporary buildings
54Access to areas or buildings
55Prohibiting and restricting public access, closing and stopping roads, etc
56Offences relating to access and roads
57Power to direct owner to act for benefit of adjoining or adjacent owners
58Offence to fail to comply with direction
59Acquisition and other dealing with property
60Declarations by Minister concerning land
61Subdividing land, etc
62Amalgamation of land
63Minister must consult Minister of Conservation if land to be amalgamated is conservation area
64Notice of intention to vest land in the Crown
65Effect of notice of intention to vest land in the Crown
66Notice of intention to amalgamate land
67Effect of notice of intention to amalgamate land
68Minister may publish vesting notice and amalgamation notice together
69Notice to be registered
70Preconditions to exercise of power in sections 71 to 74
71Notice of intention to take land
72Proclamation
73Proclamation to be registered
74Vacant possession
75Disposal of land
76Certain land to be disposed of under section 75 subject to offer back provisions in Public Works Act 1981
77Certain compulsorily acquired land to be disposed of under section 75 must be offered back
78When this subpart applies
79Meaning of compensation
80Entitlement to compensation
81Procedure for claiming compensation
82Minister determines compensation
83Time for making determination
84Exercise of power unaffected by claim for compensation
85No compensation except as provided by this Act
86Appeal
87Exceptions to exclusion of appeals
88Appeal from High Court and in some cases from Court of Appeal
89Establishment and status of Regenerate Christchurch
90Purpose and objectives of Regenerate Christchurch
91Functions of Regenerate Christchurch
92Powers of Regenerate Christchurch
93Regenerate Christchurch area
94Board’s role
95Membership of board
96Further provisions relating to Regenerate Christchurch
97Role of Christchurch City Council and Minister
98Acts done before commencement
99Successor organisation
100Regenerate Christchurch exempt from income tax
101Application of certain Acts
102Interpretation
103Transfer of Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority’s assets and liabilities
104Regenerate Christchurch may transfer assets, liabilities, and employees
105Notice of transfer
106Residual assets and liabilities transferred to successor organisation
107Transfer does not affect rights, etc
108Transfer of employees
109Protection from liability
110Transfer of Crown contracts, etc
111Repeal, revocations, and validation
112Continuation, amendment, and validation of certain Orders in Council
113Power to revoke Orders in Council continued by section 112
114Application of Legislation Act 2012
115Annual review of Act
116Repeal of this Act and revocations
117Consequential amendments and revocation

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: