What do they mean for you ?

QLDC is proposing to incorporate these guidelines into the Proposed District Plan (Variation 1)

You can read or download the guidelines on the Council website here and here.

“The special qualities and historic character of Arrowtown are well recognized and valued by the community. The primary aim of these guidelines is to reinforce and provide more explicit ways to achieve the aims of the Community and Council’s District Plan. The guidelines address both private land and public land as the development and management of both plays a major role in contributing to the qualities of Arrowtown.
The guidelines cover the whole of Arrowtown, with a focus on the well-recognized historic Town Centre and early residential area. They include recommendations for ‘new’ Arrowtown showing ways to achieve cohesiveness throughout the town.”

QLDC want your feedback so come to a public meeting and hear from Staff, Councillor Scott Stevens and others who have been involved in preparing the guidelines

It appears that if you need a Resource Consent to build or make alterations then you will be subject to these design controls

WHERE: St Johns Church Community Hall, cnr Durham and Berkshire Streets, Arrowtown

WHEN: 7pm-9pm, Tuesday 26 July 2016

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