Specialising in Resource Consents, Council Consents for Subdivisions, Residential, Commercial and Industrial developments.
At Haines Planning we specialise in the preparation and management of Resource Consent applications for Subdivisions, Residential, Commercial and Industrial Developments, Planning Advice, Due Diligence and Development Feasibilities.
A proven planning consultancy that specialises in the preparation, submission and management of all types of resource and subdivision consents through Council processes.
COMMERCIAL RESOURCE CONSENTS
Proven and trusted Consent processes for property developments.
We can assist with your proposed commercial, retail, office, hotel and non-residential development proposals including expansion of existing premises, moving to new premises or undertaking a whole new commercial or mixed use development.
With our proven and trusted team we can manage the entire resource consent process for you, or we can simply provide an assessment of environmental effects. We have significant experience working with and for city, district and regional Councils throughout New Zealand, and are familiar with their processes, requirements and relevant legislation.
RESIDENTIAL RESOURCE CONSENTS
Talk to the experts when you need to develop your residential property.
If you’re building a new apartment block or or simply extending the family home or special character property, we can help you understand the Council requirements and how to obtain the best results for you. And for your future. With significant experience working with and for city, district and regional Councils, we are very familiar with their processes, requirements and relevant legislation.
INDUSTRIAL RESOURCE CONSENTS
Specialist planners appraisal of market trends and supporting sustainability – focused business.
Rely on our track record of working with the best outcomes for industrial projects. Masterplanning of complex developments drawing upon our detail knowledge of environmental planning rules and standards at national regional and local levels.