Mason, G. & McEwan, A. (2003). Managing change in North Shore’s Residential 3 Built Heritage zone: An evaluation of resource consent outcomes. A report commissioned by North Shore City Council, December 2005. Hamilton, New Zealand: International Global Change Institute, University of Waikato.
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The goal of the study presented in this report has been to determine the extent to which resource consent outcomes in North Shore City’s Residential 3 Built Heritage zone comply with the District Plan. To this end, a sample of 250 properties was selected representing a sample size of 6.5%. The records for each of these properties was checked to identify those that have had a consent granted for additions and alterations to buildings, new and relocated buildings, and the demolition or removal of houses in the Residential 3 zone. This revealed that 100 properties in the sample (or 40%) have been granted a total of 126 resource consents for one or more of these activities. Each of the 100 properties was visited and the outcomes of the consents were compared against the District Plan assessment criteria.
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