Obtaining resource consent for a new residential development whilst protecting the built and natural environment in Dunedin
4Sight supported our client to successfully obtain a non-notified resource consent for Silverton Street, a new residential development in Dunedin comprising a residential subdivision, townhouse, and adaptive reuse of a historic church.
Throughout this process, 4Sight worked closely with the architects and landscape designers, and consulted with Council to obtain the resource consent. We ensured that the development was undertaken in accordance with the relevant rules and policies of the Proposed Second Generation District Plan, and carefully considered the proposed changes sought to residential provisions through ‘Variation 2’ which seeks to enable further residential development opportunities in Dunedin.
Gaining consent to develop more housing while protecting the built and natural environment, reflects our promise to balance the needs of land, people and water.