An independent fast-track consenting panel has granted
resource consent to a mixed-use residential, retail, and
commercial development in Queenstown.
architectural rendering of the Lakeview Taumata project in
Queenstown, shown from street view
Lakeview Developments Limited plans to construct 224
residential units, including 79 units designed for co-living
and 64 parking spaces. The development includes retail and
commercial spaces and associated infrastructure.
application was granted with conditions, which are in the
panel’s decision in the link below.
comes 145 working days after the application was lodged with
the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA). This excludes
the 50 working days the application was suspended at the
applicant’s request to further refine the bulk and scale
of the application.
The Environmental Protection
Authority is not involved in the decision-making - they
provide administrative support for the panel convener, Judge
Laurie Newhook, and the expert consenting panels he
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