COVID-19 Recovery (Fast-track Consenting) Act 2020

Schedule 2 Listed projects

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IdentifierNamePerson or entity authorised to undertake projectDescriptionApproximate geographical area
LP01Te Ara Tupua – Ngauranga to Petone shared pathNew Zealand Transport AgencyTo construct a new shared path between Ngauranga and Petone

On existing and reclaimed land bound by—

  • Hutt Valley Railway Line and State Highway 2 (to the west)

  • Wellington Harbour (to the east)

  • State Highway 2 intersection with Hutt Road (to the south)

  • the west of the Esplanade and Hutt Road (to the north)

LP02Northern Pathway – Westhaven to Akoranga shared pathNew Zealand Transport Agency

Transpower New Zealand Limited

To construct a new shared path between Westhaven in central Auckland and Akoranga in the North Shore

Works on assets owned and operated by Transpower New Zealand Limited necessary for the above works to be carried out

A shared path up to 5 kilometres in length connecting Westhaven with Akoranga in the vicinity of the AUT Northern Campus and the Akoranga Busway Station

LP03Wellington Metro Upgrade ProgrammeKiwiRail Holdings LimitedThis project will consist of—Project will occur in the following geographical areas:
  • Upgrade of Featherston Station

  • Featherston Station

  • Level crossing upgrades

  • All 29 crossings between Featherston and Masterton

  • Upgrade and construction of rail storage yards at Wellington, Masterton, and Levin train stations

  • Wellington, Masterton and Levin train stations

  • Establishment and operation of a gravel/ballast excavations site

  • Algies Road, Tauherenikau

  • Replacement of Bridges 56 and 63 on the Wairarapa Line

  • Wairarapa Line

  • Construction of a Maymorn Passing Loop

  • Between approx 37.6 km and 39.0 km WL (in the vicinity of Maymorn Station between tunnels a1 and 2 WL)

  • Construction of a Carterton Passing Loop

  • Between Brooklyn Road and Belvedere Road, Carterton

  • Resignalling works

  • Wairarapa Line

LP04Papakura to Pukekōhe rail electrificationKiwiRail Holdings Limited

Transpower New Zealand Limited

Electrification of the railway between Papakura and Pukekōhe to extend Auckland Metro passenger train services south

Works on assets owned and operated by Transpower New Zealand Limited necessary for the above works to be carried out

Project will occur in the following geographical areas:

  • Rail corridor between Pukekōhe and Papakura Stations

  • Overbridges at—

    • Subway Road, Cape Hill Road, McPherson Road, Stadium Drive, Great South Road, SH1 Motorway

    • Intersection of the corridor and following streams: Ngakoroa Stream, Hingana Stream Road, Stream Road, Hays Stream Road, Slippery Creek

  • Pedestrian crossings where required

Works by Transpower New Zealand Limited can occur—

  • at the location needed for a Grid Exit Point

  • at the points on the Bombay to Ōtāhuhu, Huntly to Ōtāhuhu, and Glenbrook Deviation A transmission lines where they intersect with the rail corridor

  • at the points needed to move the above lines

LP05Britomart Station eastern end upgradeKiwiRail Holdings LimitedModifications to the eastern end of the existing Britomart station to accommodate increased CRL capacityThe eastern end of the Britomart train station (including the tunnel) in the Auckland central business district
LP06Te Pā Tāhuna Residential DevelopmentPartnership between Ngāi Tahu Property Limited (through its subsidiary NTP Development Holdings Limited) and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

Construction of four multi-storey buildings containing residential units and ancillary retail on four lots, and corresponding unit title subdivisions

12 Sawmill Road, Queenstown. Legal description: Lot 13 DP 8700, 34 and 38 Sawmill Road, Queenstown. Legal description: Lot 6-7 DP 8700, 68 Fryer Street. Legal description: Lot 47 DP 8591
LP07Unitec Residential DevelopmentAny of the following entities:

Ngā Mana Whenua o Tāmaki Makaurau;

Marutūāhu Rōpū;

Ngāti Whātua Rōpū;

Waiohua – Tāmaki Rōpū; and

Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

Residential development stages within Wairaka Precinct of a multi-stage comprehensive mixed-use urban development in Point Chevalier, AucklandThe Wairaka Precinct extends from the north-western motorway at Point Chevalier in the north, through to Woodward Road in the south, and from Oakley Creek in the west to Carrington Road in the east, where the Crown, Waitemata District Health Board, Unitec Institute of Technology, one private landowner, and Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei own contiguous blocks of land that make up the site
LP08Papakāinga Development - KaitaiaHe Korowai Trust, Kaitaia (supported by Te Puni Kōkiri)The addition of 24 new dwellings to an existing papakāinga23 Kohuhu Street, Kaitaia
LP09Papakāinga Development - Point Chevalier, AucklandTe Māhurehure Cultural Marae Society (supported by Te Puni Kōkiri) Construction of 14 affordable rental homes73 Premier Avenue, Point Chevalier, Auckland
LP10Papakāinga Development - Whaingaroa, RaglanRakaunui 1B Ahuwhenua Trust (supported by Te Puni Kōkiri) Integrated papakāinga development of 6 homes113 Wainui Road, Whaingaroa, Raglan
LP11Papakāinga Development - Waitara, TaranakiTe Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa (supported by Te Puni Kōkiri) A subdivision offering a mixed-tenure development, including up to 60 lots with 25 homes in the first stage of development14 Bayly Street, Waitara, Taranaki
LP12Papakāinga Development - Chatham IslandsChatham Islands Housing Partnership Trust (supported by Te Puni Kōkiri)Construction of 5 homesChatham Islands
LP13Papakāinga Development - Rāpaki, ChristchurchTe Mahi Korowai Trust (supported by Te Puni Kōkiri)Construction of 10 residential dwellings and a shared-use building2 Rāpaki Drive, Rāpaki, Christchurch
LP14Waitohi Picton Ferry Precinct RedevelopmentKiwiRail Holdings Limited;

Port Marlborough;

Marlborough District Council; and

New Zealand Transport Agency
Upgrades to the Picton Ferry Terminal Precinct and surrounding infrastructure, including works on land and in the coastal marine area

The area in the vicinity of the existing ferry terminal as shown on the attached plan

LP15Papakura to Drury South State Highway 1 improvementsNew Zealand Transport Agency;

Transpower New Zealand Limited

Upgrade of SH1 between Papakura and Drury South to improve travel reliability, access, and safety, including providing new walking and cycling facilities and allowing for planned rail improvements at Drury

Works on assets owned and operated by Transpower New Zealand Limited necessary for the above works to be carried out

This project will occur on SH1 and land adjacent to SH1—

  • To the north, to connect with the improvements recently completed on SH1 between Manukau and Papakura Interchanges (the Southern Corridor improvements)

  • To the south, to a new Drury South interchange which will connect SH1 to a new Mill Road corridor. The southern boundary is approximately in a line drawn perpendicular across SH1 in line with the southernmost end of Harrison Road

Works on the transmission assets can occur—

  • along the Bombay to Otahuhu Transmission Line

  • along the Huntly to Otahuhu Transmission Line

  • at the Drury and Bombay substations

  • at the points needed to move the above transmission lines and substations

LP16Matawii Water Storage Reservoir, KaikoheTe Tai Tokerau Water TrustConstruction of water storage and distribution infrastructure in Kaikohe to support the development of Northland’s agriculture and horticulture sector and to provide drinking water for Kaikohe involving earthworks, land use, and water-related consents, including consents for the taking and damming of water

Private land to the north east of Kaikohe, on the following properties by the following legal descriptions:

  • Reiwhaita 1B

  • Lot 2 DP 176274

  • Orauruwharo 8

  • Taumataukuku 1

  • Lot 1 DP 196320

LP17Queenstown Arterials ProjectQueenstown Lakes District Council and New Zealand Transport AgencyTo construct, maintain and operate a new Queenstown Town Centre urban arterial road (including associated infrastructure, structures, walkways, shared path, and landscaping)The project commences at the Frankton Road (SH6A)/Melbourne Street intersection, then circuits the town centre along Melbourne Street, Henry Street, Gorge Road, Memorial Street, Man Street, Thompson Street and down to a new One Mile roundabout at the Fernhill Road/Lake Esplanade/Glenorchy intersection
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