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Two Northcote associations appealing
Just in and as we feared:
SkyPath Environment Court appeals
Two appeals have been lodged with the Environment Court in relation to the resource consent application granted by independent commissioners for SkyPath earlier this month.
Resource consent for the project, which would see a combined pedestrian and cycle pathway attached to the Auckland Harbour Bridge, was granted to Woodward Infrastructure Ltd on 3 July. Submitters then had 15 working days to appeal the decision.
The appeals, by the Northcote Residents’ Association and the Northcote Point Heritage Preservation Society, relate to the entire resource consent application.
Auckland Council is considering its approach to the appeal.
Will post more once Auckland Council has considered its approach to the appeal.
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