Submitting on Notified Consents
Hawke's Bay Regional Council publicly notifies resource consent applications when it is determined that the adverse effects will be, or are likely to be, more than minor. This is when the community has an opportunity to make submissions for or against the proposal.
Notices of any publicly notified resource consent applications are published in local newspapers and on this website (see below). Notices are usually in the newspaper serving the district where the proposed activity is to take place - most often Hawke's Bay Today and/or the local community paper.
Anyone can make a submission on a publicly notified resource consent application. This is a formal process. Please supply your submission to HBRC by the published due date.
Currently Publicly Notified Consents
Port of Napier Limited
Hawke's Bay Regional Council has received consent applications from the Port of Napier to construct a new wharf and associated activities.
29 March 2018
Resource Consent Applications - Applicant: Hastings District Council
SUBMISSIONS NOW CLOSED
Hastings District Council are applying for resource consents for a coastal protection structure at Clifton. Submissions close 15 December 2017. Find out more about how to make submission here.
18 November 2017
PanPac Forest Products Ltd - submissions now closed
HBRC has received an application from Pan Pac Forest Products Limited for a resource consent.
25 July 2017
Te Mata Mushroom Company Ltd - Submissions Closed
Hawke’s Bay Regional Council has received an application from Te Mata Mushroom Company Ltd for a resource consent to discharge contaminants in to the air from a composting and mushroom growing operation, and associated activities, at their Brookvale Road, Havelock North plant. This is being publicly notified on 13 May 2017.
21 July 2017