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The Operative Far North District Plan 2009 is a planning document that manages land use and subdivision in the district. This document determines whether a resource consent is required for your development.
Information on when and how to apply for a conservation covenant
The District Plan review is a one-in-ten-year opportunity to influence how we manage land use and subdivision in the District. Visit our website.
Information on the role and purpose of a monitoring strategy to improve planning processes and planning outcomes.
Zone and resource maps for the Far North District relating to the different chapters in the Operative Plan.
The District Plan sets the rules for how the district’s land can be used, developed and subdivided.
Information on current plan changes and the plan change process.
Our district is richly endowed with a wealth of assets, many of which are nationally important. Find our design guidelines and other information for protecting these resources.
Reports, strategies and maps that provide historical context to the existing District Plan.
Last updated 13 May 2021