If you’re looking to start a new project in any land development area, you’ll need council consent. What consent does is a permission document from the council stating that you are allowed to continue in the development process you are about to undertake. A Resource consent is an example; it’s normally given out to approve specific land development projects or activities on the site and to make sure that the proposed work is durable, safe, and doesn’t endanger the safety or health of anyone using the facility.
Some work, however, that is considered low risk may not necessarily need consent, although many buildings in New Zealand require building consent from the council and the consent has to be issued before construction begins, not after.
A Resource Consent is a type of Council Consent that enables you to do something with or on a plot of land. You’ll need one of these when you’re planning to subdivide land or any other activity that doesn’t comply with the current rules and regulations of the District plan.
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