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appendix-7 services feasibility.pdf

The purpose of this report is to confirm the ability of the Shelly Bay development site to be appropriately serviced.

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Shelly Bay Consultation.pdf

The Council would like your views on the proposal to enter into an agreement to sell and lease land to Shelly Bay Ltd so the planned development of housing and public space can go ahead as envisaged

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Shelly Bay Application.pdf

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Shelly Bay Decision Signed.pdf

I write in relation to your Resource Consent application to undertake the comprehensive redevelopment of a number of sites at Shelly Bay and undertake an 11 lot subdivision

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Shelly Bay Original Plans.pdf

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Taikuru Cultural Impact Assessment.pdf

This is a Cultural Impact Assessment Report for Shelly Bay/Marukaikuru commissioned by the Wellington Company Limited. It assesses the Māori cultural values of Marukaikuru Bay from the perspective of the tangata whenua, namely the iwi of Taranaki Whānui represented by the PNBST.

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The Development Partnership.pdf

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Purchase Agreement 11th September 2000.pdf

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WCC Sea Level Rise Options.pdf

Wellington City Council commissioned this report as an input into the Council’s wider analysis and planning work. The Council’s efforts to understand the impacts of climate change are driven by the need to protect and enhance the city’s prosperity. Legislation requires the Council to consider risks and natural hazards. The challenge is to understand the timeframes, scale, when to act and how to plan for action.

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Shelly Bay Public Infrastructure Briefing 10th May 2017.pdf

Appendix D provides details of the design criteria to develop options to upgrade Shelly Bay Road from Miramar Ave to the beginning of the development site. Based on the proposed level of development, Shelly Bay Road would fall under the designation of Collector Road. The standard configuration for a Collector Road is a carriageway width of 14m including roadside parking plus 8m of footpaths and berms, making 22m in total. However, no houses access most of this road so there is only a need for a footpath on one side of the road and roadside parking is not considered necessary along the majority of the road.

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Shelly Bay Public Infrastructure Briefing 17th June 2017.pdf

Appendix D provides details of the design criteria to develop options to upgrade Shelly Bay Road from Miramar Ave to the beginning of the development site. Based on the proposed level of development, Shelly Bay Road would fall under the designation of Collector Road. The standard configuration for a Collector Road is a carriageway width of 14m including roadside parking plus 8m of footpaths and berms, making 22m in total. However, no houses access most of this road so there is only a need for a footpath on one side of the road and roadside parking is not considered necessary along the majority of the road.

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Shelly Bay, Wellington Bulk Infrastructure Costings/draft Calibre 29th April 2016.pdf

The purpose of this report is to assist Wellington City Council (WCC) in quantifying the cost of providing bulk infrastructure services to the Shelly Bay area to accommodate a comprehensive development of the site.

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Shelly Bay Further Infrastructure Information Report/ Calibre April 2017.pdf

On 22 February 2017 Wellington City Council requested Calibre Consulting to provide comment and further information and respond to some questions about the bulk infrastructure requirements to service the proposed Wellington Company development at Shelly Bay currently being processed under SHA processes.

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appendix-5 Traffic Assessment.pdf

TDG has been appointed by The Wellington Company to provide transport consultancy services in relation to a mixed use development proposal at the Shelly Bay site, a former Air Force Base, located on the Miramar peninsular.

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appendix-1 Shelly Bay S40 Report.pdf

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WCC Code of Practice for land development Dec 2012.pdf

I am pleased to issue this 2012 edition of the Code of Practice for Land Development (the Code) published by the Wellington City Council. The Code is a guide on the standards required by the Wellington City Council. The Code sets out the technical engineering criteria for approving the design and construction of developments. Whether the infrastructure will be vested with Council or be a private asset it is important that these assets are constructed to the Council’s standards.

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