Find out about the boundary activities as outlined in the Hutt City District Plan.
Permitted boundary activities
Government changed the Resource Management Act in 2017 to provide a faster, more straightforward approval process for small scale activities where only a boundary rule is breached. These are called deemed permitted boundary activities.
- For detailed information take a look at:
Information sheet 5 – Information for applicants: Deemed permitted boundary activities - on the Ministry for the Environment’s resource management process information page. (scroll down to see the information sheets).
- To be a deemed permitted boundary activity, all neighbours with an infringed boundary must provide their written approval to the proposal. This is submitted to Council with the other necessary information.
Permitted boundary activity application form (PDF 37 kb)
Permitted boundary activity - written approval form (PDF 90 kb).