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128 Trelissick Crescent

This page contains information on the proposed 17 unit property development at 128 Trelissick Crescent. Last updated 15 November 2021.

Aerial photo of 128 Trelissick Crescent showing proposed development area
128 Trelissick Crescent as it is now - just imagine it with 17 residential units.
Aerial photo of 128 Trelissick Crescent showing proposed development area
This image shows the proposed 17 unit plan.

The application was put 'in suspend' mode in latter September 2017 while the developer was to respond to questions from the WCC.

We have been advised on 23 February 2018 that the application is still 'in suspend' but that the developer will be followed up in near future on the request for further information.

We have been further advised by the City Planner on 24 August 2018 that:
There has been no change in the status of this application. No further information has been received.

We have been re-advised on 15 July 2019 that the application is still "on suspend":
"I can confirm that there has been no change to the status of the application and it remains on suspend awaiting further information."

We have been re-advised on 15 November 2021 that the application is still "on suspend":
"We have not received any new resource consent at this address and the current resource consent at this address is on suspend awaiting further information from the applicant."

This web page will be updated when we are advised of any further updates.

Request for more information

Letter to developer from the City Planner in September 2017 requesting further information.

A number of informal submissions have been made to the WCC Planning Office and some are included below - click on the underlined links to view specific documents.

Original Harcourts advert for the property (potential 6 units)

This property was originally advertised by Harcourts via this advertisement with a suggestion that indicative planning showed the property was suitable for development for six houses.

Trelissick Park Group

The Trelissick Park Group comments submitted to WCC enumerating reasons the proposed 17 unit development is unsuitable for this location.

Ngaio Crofton Downs Residents Association

The Ngaio Crofton Downs Residents Association comments submitted to WCC enumerating reasons the proposed 17 unit development is unsuitable for this location.

Adjacent Resident

The adjacent residents to this proposed development have documented their objections to the 17 unit development.

Environmental impact

Further concerns from a long term Ngaio resident on adverse environmental effects of the 17 unit development.

Impact on neighbourhood

Further concerns from a long term Trelissick Crescent resident and Trelissick Park volunteer on adverse neighbourhood effects of this development.

Impact on Trelissick Park

Further concerns from a long term Ngaio resident and regular Trelissick Park user.

Neighbourhood Impact

Concerns from a nearby Trelissick Crescent resident and regular Trelissick Park user.

Neighbourhood Impact

Concerns from a nearby Ngaio Gorge Road resident and regular Trelissick Park user.

Trelissick Park Group

Page last updated: 15 November 2021