Building (Earthquake Prone-Buildings Amendment Act 2016
29 June 2018
Vehicular and pedestrian thoroughfares with sufficient traffic to warrant prioritisation.
Public notice is hereby given that at a meeting held on 28 June 2018, the Hastings District Council approved the central business district streets listed in the table below as priority thoroughfares for the purpose of identifying any potentially earthquake-prone priority buildings.
The streets listed are as a result of changes introduced under the Building (Earthquake-prone Buildings) Amendment Act 2016 and public consultation completed under Part 6 of the Local Government Act 2002.
|Thoroughfares for Prioritisation within Hastings District|
|Eastbourne Street||Charles Street||Hastings Street South|
|Hastings Street||Eastbourne Street East||Queen Street East|
|Heretaunga Street||Tomoana Road||Hastings Street|
|Karamu Road||Eastbourne Street East||Queen Street East|
|King Street||Eastbourne Street West||Queen Street West|
|Market Street||Eastbourne Street West||Queen Street West|
|Nelson Street||Eastbourne Street West||Queen Street West|
|Queen Street||Tomoana Road||Hastings Street North|
|Russell Street||Eastbourne Street East||Queen Street East|
|Southland Road||Eastbourne Street West||Heretaunga Street West|
|Warren Street||Eastbourne Street East||Queen Street East|
|Note: Buildings may be on either/both sides of a street.|
Information of buildings on these thoroughfares will be reviewed to determine whether they are potentially earthquake prone in accordance with the EPB Methodology, and owners of any affected buildings will be notified by the Council.
29 June 2018