Annual General Meeting Thursday June 26th 7pm @ The Honest Lawyer Point Road Monaco Nelson

The date has been set for our Annual  General Meeting of our Society as noted below:

Thursday June 26th 7pm The large meeting room @ The Honest Lawyer Point Road Monaco Nelson

Support for development

The backer of a proposed motorsport park near Tapawera aims to secure council and community support for its development.

Garry Adcock has finally received resource consent for the NZ Central Motorsports and Adventure Park, three years after his initial application.

A meeting of an incorporated society that has been formed to take the project to the next stage will be held on June 25.

Environment Court has issued the long awaited Consent Order

At last the Consent Order has been issued by the Environment Court, which now means the necessary resource management planning permissions have been obtained.
With this milestone achieved the flag has dropped and the Park can become a reality.
Over the next couple of months our Society will put together a group of interested people to form a Board that can focus on the best way to progress the establishment of the Motorsport and Adventure Park.

Tapawera motorsport park to get consent - Fairfax NZ News Article

A planned regional motorsport park near Tapawera is set to get the go-ahead.

The venture, now known as the NZ Central Motorsports and Adventure Park, was granted earthworks and initial infrastructure consents mid-2012 but that was appealed by three neighbouring landowners and Nelson Forests.

The Tasman District Council notes the appeal matters have been resolved among the parties and a consent order is expected to be issued shortly from the Environment Court.

Adcock Properties owner Garry Adcock has been the driver of the $26 million project to be built in stages.

Update October 2012

The wheels are still turning

The independent Commissioners used by the TDC closed the hearing 21st May 2012 and gave their decision 13 June 2012.

Commissioners' Decision

The Commissioners' decision has been released and the full copy of the report can be downloaded below.

http://www.tasman.govt.nz/StanleyBrookMotorsport

Breaking news - Resource Consent Granted 14/6/2012

Great news for all members and supporters the RMA system has actually worked, as it should - to allow activities to happen and not stop them happening!

We will attach a link to the TDC website once they post the decision files.

TDC Draft Long Term Plan for 2012 to 2022 sees Motorsports $630,000 worse off

The TDC draft long Term Plan for 2012 to 2022 takes $630,000 away from Motorsports that was in the previous plan from 3 years ago.

While Motorsport followers in the community effectively suffer the draft plan sees the commitment to spend over $11.3 million in the next 3 years on other sports and community services and even more in the following 6 years.

Have your say by making a submission at the folloing link:

Link to TDC Staff Report

Please use this link to view the Tasman District Council Staff report recommending the granting of consent

http://www.tasman.govt.nz/StanleyBrookMotorsport

Motorsport and Adventure sport enthusiasts please help us to help you.

Whether you compete in racing with any form of vehicle; car, buggy, jet ski, jet boat, motorbike or mountain bike, want to “have a go” in or on your road vehicle or just want to be a spectator then you need to act now.

 

Please join the Incorporated Society formed to help you to have somewhere to go in the Central New Zealand region.

 

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