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Te Kāika Wellbeing
Hub

Obtaining resource consent for a health and social services hub providing for vulnerable communities.

Client:
Sector:
Services:    
Ōtākou Health Limited
Private
Planning
Client: 
Sector:
Services:
Ōtākou Health Limited
Private
Planning

4Sight assisted Ōtākou Health Limited with obtaining the required resource consent for the proposed Te Kāika Wellbeing Hub, which will allow for the expansion of existing ‘wrap around’ health and social services on site. The approved resource consent provides for the establishment of a new Kaupapa Community Support Services facility which will provide a significant boost for social and health services for vulnerable communities in South Dunedin and the wider city. The proposal also represents a catalyst for positive change in the Caversham local centre and broader area. 

4Sight provided close to two years of ongoing planning support throughout the initial planning due diligence, design discussions, community engagement, and preparing and submitting a resource consent application that was approved on a limited notified basis.

 

Being situated in a Residential Zone, the resource consent process involved extensive consideration and discussion of District Plan rules and policies. It also included various transportation and urban design challenges that 4Sight and the wider project team navigated from start to finish.  

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