Application numbers: 106151, 106152, 106153, 106154, 106155, 106167 and 106168
Meridian Energy seeks all necessary resource consents required from the Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council (MWRC), Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC), Tararua District Council (TDC) and Masterton District Council (MDC), for the construction, operation, maintenance of the Mount Munro Wind Farm and associated infrastructure on privately owned rural land and public roads in northern Wairarapa and southern Tararua.
In summary, the Mount Munro Wind Farm proposal involves:
- A 17 metre high (approximately 3.5 km long) transmission line linking the wind farm with the National Grid and connecting at a point line near the intersection of Kaiparoro Road and State Highway 2;
- The construction of a substation, including control room switch room buildings, an off-site services site and the general storage of switching gear, insulators and other ancillary items; and
To view the full list of applications applied with Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council, Tararua District Council and Masterton District Council please click here.
Activity Address: The proposed Mount Munro Wind Farm Site is located approximately 28 km north of Masterton, 5 km south of Eketahuna and 13 km west of Alfredton. State Highway 2 runs to the west of the site in a northeast-southwest direction, and the Wairarapa rail line runs to the east.
Submission closing date: 4.45pm Tuesday 6 March 2012.
The application and accompanying information may be viewed at the following locations:
Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council
Greater Wellington Regional Council
Tararua District Council
Masterton District Council
A copy of the application can also be found at www.meridianenergy.co.nz. You can also request a CD-ROM of the application from Mark St Clair, Consultant Planner (04 473 5310) or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application and accompanying information may be viewed during the hours 8.15 am - 4.45 pm at the Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council situated at 11-15 Victoria Avenue, Palmerston North. To view a full copy or a summary of the consent application please click here.
Submissions may be made in writing by any person or can be sent via email to email@example.com and followed with a hardcopy. Submissions must be received by Horizons Regional Council no later than 4.45pm on the submission closing date (Tuesday 6 March 2012). A submission form is available and can be requested via the email address above.
The submission must include:
Address for service: Chris Thomson, Consents Manager, Meridian Energy Limited, P O Box 2454, Christchurch 8140.
Please contact Mark St Clair, Consultant Planner, Hill Young Cooper Limited, on 04 473 5310 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to discuss this application further.