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V8 resource consent hearing to reconvene

10 August 2004

V8 resource consent hearing to reconvene

The resource consent hearing for the Auckland V8 International event is set to reconvene on Monday, 16 August 2004.

The hearing was adjourned last Thursday.

The resource consent applicants, IMG and Auckland City, propose running the event for three days each year on a central city circuit, starting in April 2006.

Details of reconvened hearing:

Time: 9.30am Date: Monday, 16 August 2004 Venue: Goodman Fielder Room, level 4, Aotea Centre, central Auckland Media: a microphone distribution box is available.

When the hearing reconvenes, the independent commissioners will respond to submitter requests to further adjourn the hearings until a time when the applicants can provide additional information.

If the commissioners believe further information could assist their decision they will specify exactly what is required and establish a timeframe. IMG and Auckland City will then need to decide if they wish to proceed with providing additional information.

Alternatively, the commissioners may decline the request by submitters for further information. In this instance the hearing will immediately conclude with council officers reporting on the application, followed by the applicants right of reply.

Once the hearing concludes, the commissioners’ decision on the consent will be made within 15 working days. The applicants will be notified in writing.


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