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Current Resource Consent applications of community interest

This section of our website has more detailed information about resource consent applications that may attract or have attracted a lot of public interest.

Some resource consent applications are for activities that may have wide-ranging effects on the environment and/or many people. For example, constructing a vehicle bridge on a farm may only affect people on the property itself. In contrast, large constructions such as marinas or projects involving a change to lake or river levels for power generation may result in increased effects on the surrounding environment.

These larger scale consent applications are of interest to the community’s environmental, economic, cultural, recreational and spiritual values.

Click on any relevant resource consent application below to find out more information on the proposal.

Further details are also sometimes available about current or up and coming hearings. Have a look at our hearings committee information pages to see what's available.

Application details available for viewing
Buffalo Beach Homeowners Association - seawall upgrade
Envirofert Limited (Tuakau) – cleanfill and composting operations
Fonterra Te Rapa - Activities associated with milk processing site
Kaimai Wind Farm Ltd - Tirohia wind farm project
Kalma Farms Limited - air discharge
Kotuku Farms - discharge dust and odour from broiler farm
Mercer Assets Limited – mushroom composting operation
Mr P Bull and J Davis (on behalf of Ngati Hei) – Mercury Bay spat catching farm
Open Country Dairy Ltd - Waharoa
Te Tahuna o Aotea Moana Marine Farm Limited - Aotea Harbour Spat Farm
Tuakau Proteins Ltd - Meat rendering plant odour discharges
Buchanan Ellis Limited - Intensive Indoor Free Range Poultry Farm
Waipa District Council - Cambridge Wastewater Treatment Plant
Tourism Holdings Limited – Discharge Consent for Waitomo Wastewater Treatment Plant


More information

You can find out more about these or any other resource consent applications lodged with Waikato Regional Council by calling us on our Resource Use Freephone 0800 800 402.

Check out our information about resource consent processes.