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Soalas submission notes presented to the

Waitemata Local Board on Tuesday 8


th
July 2014.

Tamaki Makaurau
Tamaki Herehere
Ngaa Waka E!
Tihei Mauriora!!
Calling all people of the city of Auckland, wake up
and listen!! I have a point to make.

He aha te mea nui?
He tangata
He tangata
He tangata
What is the most important thing?
It is the people, the people, the people.

He waahi rongonui teenei, he taonga tuku iho mai
Oo maatou tuupuna oo Hawaiki nui, Hawaiki roa,
Hawaiki pamaomao.
Auckland is famous, a treasure handed down from
Our ancestors who travelled from Hawaiki to
Aotearoa.

Ko Tamaki Makaurau te wahi ataahur oo
Aotearoa.
Auckland is the most beautiful place in New Zealand.

O lou inoa o Soala Wilson.
O au e nofo i Grey Lynn.
My name is Soala Wilson.
I live in Grey Lynn.







TO: Waitemata Local Board, Auckland Council, Mayor
Len Brown and Mr Greer Stephens.

RE: Objection to the Resource Consent Application for
proposed development at 367-375 Great North Road,
Grey Lynn.

Our submission is about the following issue in our local
board area.

A planned seven-storey and 30 unit apartment building
in the Terraced Housing and Apartment Zone with a
14.5m height restriction.

A Less than minor impact on the Grey Lynn and
Arch Hill Residents.

The ramifications for long-term development of our
community.


















We are concerned and troubled by a Resource
Consent Application for a proposed development at
367-375 Great North Road, Grey Lynn.

The proposed building grossly exceeds the limits of
the District, Proposed Unitary Plan and the
recently announced Special Housing Accord.
It is 9 meters ( 57%) over height and twice the
ground floor area allowable.

Has the developer taken into account the
ramifications that consent will have by setting a
precedent for housing intensification along the
Grey Lynn ridge?
No we think not!

In the Harbour City News Wednesday 11
th
June
2014, developer Greer Stephens from Urban
Collective said

The apartments have been set back 9 meters from
the residential boundary and the top two floors are
set even further back. The extra height does not
block anyones view or shade any neighbours.

It is critical that locations such as this be allowed to
be developed to their full potential in order to
allow for the intensification of the city without
threatening the destruction of the existing heritage
we all love so much.

Hummm.


Our community embraces residential
intensification within the zone but both the height
and bulk of Mr Stephens proposal will do nothing
to complement or even enhance the existing
heritage environment and the character he
supposedly refers to.

If Mr Stephens has his way with a Non-Notified
Consent, Grey Lynn and Arch Hill communities will
be denied opportunity to have a say, and this will
create a precedent, in exactly the same way as the
proposed Bunnings development has for potential
Big Boxes along the ridge. We therefore ask the
Waitemata Local Board to recommend for the
consent application to be fully notified.

Ko te kainga pai rawa I roto I Grey Lynn.

Le nofoaga e pito fiafia tagata e nonofo ai I Grey
Lynn.

Grey Lynn The most liveable community in
Auckland in the most liveable compact city in the
world. It is our dream!

We feel blessed to have voted you as our
representatives onto this Local Board.

You represent our community. Community is the
heart of our Grey Lynn and Arch Hill.







We are about connecting, integrity and honesty
Resulting in a vibrant, dynamic, and best of all a
functioning, caring community.

Jim Diers said
Neighbours can generate tremendous power when
they come together as a community.

They can influence the actions of government,
developers and other external forces and mobilize
their own assets their passion, knowledge, skills
and relationships in support of caring
communities, revitalized neighbourhoods and a
better world.

We ask you to give Grey Lynn and Arch Hill of your
very best.
We ask for you to support, to consider and
articulate our concerns and make
recommendations on our behalf as our
representatives.

Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katou.
Faafetai lava.
Thank you.

Soala Wilson
Area Coordinator
Grey Lynn Neighbouhood Support
Resident of Grey Lynn.