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1.5 Processes to Address Cross-Boundary Issues

This Plan addresses a number of resource management issues that have cross-boundary implications. The implementation methods relating to these issues specifically set out how Waikato Regional Council intends to address the cross-boundary aspects of these issues. This section summarises the cross-boundary issues addressed in this Plan. The reader is referred back to the relevant section of the Plan (indicated in [Table 1-1]) for the specific detail of the processes to be put in place to address the issues.

Table 11 References to Cross-Boundary Methods Addressed in this Plan

Cross-Boundary Issue Plan Method Relevant Authority
1. Land use planning to manage effects on water flow/levels. 3.3.4.2 Territorial Authorities
2. Identification of solutions to local on-site sewage problems. 3.5.7.2 Territorial Authorities and Public Health Boards
3. Development of implementation of good practice for onsite sewage disposal. 3.5.7.3 Territorial Authorities
4. Notification of relevant territorial authorities when dye tests undertaken. 3.5.9.1 Territorial Authorities
5. Development and implementation of good practice for stormwater discharges. 3.5.11.1 Territorial Authorities
6. Integrated management of stormwater discharges 3.5.11.2 Territorial Authorities
7. Liaison/information-sharing regarding the damming/diverting of water. 3.6.4.1 Territorial Authorities
8. Interagency approach to managing wetlands. 3.7.4.1 Territorial Authorities, Iwi Authorities, Public Health Boards and DoC
9. Environmental education programmes about wetlands 3.7.4.3 Territorial Authorities and DoC
10. Water or bed level setting exercise for significant peat lakes and wetlands. 3.7.4.5 Territorial Authorities, Iwi Authorities, Fish and Game Councils and DoC
11. Integrated management of effects of land use on water bodies. 3.9.4.3 Territorial Authorities, Public Health Boards
12. Cave and karst management. 5.1.4.7 Territorial Authorities, DoC
13. Preparation and implementation of joint plans to address accelerated erosion issues. 5.1.4.7 Territorial Authorities
14. Comments and advice on land use consent applications to address accelerated erosion issues. 5.1.4.8 Territorial Authorities
15. Provision of refuse transfer stations and hazardous waste collection services. 5.2.4.2 Territorial Authorities, Public Health Boards
16. Contaminated site management and establishment and maintenance of a contaminated sites database. 5.3.4.1 Territorial Authorities, Public Health Boards
17. Encouraging territorial authorities to require site assessments of potentially contaminated sites prior to subdivision or redevelopment. 5.3.4.3 Territorial Authorities, Public Health Boards
18. Managing the discharge of contaminants to air from transport sources. 6.1.7.2 Territorial Authorities, Transit New Zealand
19. Definition of roles and responsibilities and consideration of transfer of powers for air quality. 6.1.7.1 Territorial Authorities
20. Land use planning tools that control adverse effects of land use on air quality. 6.1.7.2 Territorial Authorities
21. Integration with agencies who have responsibilities in dealing with spray drift. 6.2.4.4 Territorial Authorities, Public Health Boards
22. Land use planning tools that control adverse effects from off-target spray drift. 6.2.4.5 Territorial Authorities
23. Integrated management of geothermal systems that extend into adjoining regions 7.5.3 Regional Councils
24. Integrated management of land use activities that adversely affect Significant Geothermal Features. 7.5.3, 7.5.4 Territorial Authorities

 

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