This order, which comes into force on 16 October 2015, amends the Canterbury Earthquake (Christchurch Replacement District Plan) Order 2014 (the principal order). The principal order establishes a streamlined process for the preparation of a replacement district plan for Christchurch and Banks Peninsula. The council notified a proposal for coastal hazards provisions for the replacement district plan on 25 July 2015 in the Natural Hazards (part) Stage 3 proposal. The effect of this order is to withdraw the proposed coastal hazards provisions from that proposal and the streamlined process under the principal order. Instead, the council must start a review of the coastal hazards provisions in the existing district plans under the normal processes that apply under Schedule 1 of the Resource Management Act 1991. Until that plan review process is completed, the coastal hazards provisions of the existing district plans will continue to operate (and will not be replaced by the replacement district plan implemented under the streamlined process).