Public to have say on Raumati development

Last updated 10:08 22/01/2014
Raumati development

New view: A 3d image of the planned four-storey development for Raumati Beach.

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Kapiti is set to have its say on a proposed four-storey apartment and retail complex at Raumati Beach.

Submissions have opened in the resource consent application for the Paulfranc Holdings development.
Paulfranc proposes an apartment complex with retail space on the ground floor frontage.

The building is planned for the corner of Matatua Rd and Alexander Rd, opposite Kapiti Bowling Club.

The complex will have 13 apartments, a 15-metre swimming pool and outdoor space on level one, and about 94 square metres of retail space.

Paulfranc director Paul Mulholland said he would not comment on the development with the resource consent process underway.

The precinct was re-zoned from residential to commercial/retail in a change to Kapiti Coast District Council planning rules in 2010.

No hearing date has been set, but submissions close on February 14.


New view: A 3d image of the planned four-storey development for Raumati Beach. Different perspectives: The planned Raumati Beach development.

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