This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Official Information request 'Above ground sewage tanks'.
The proposed redevelopment of 79 Taranaki Street from commercial to residential results in a significant increase in wastewater discharge. The existing downstream public wastewater system has been found to have insufficient capacity for the increased discharge.

a) The redeveloped site must be provided with a suitably sized, separate and direct connection to a public gravity stormwater system or approved outfall; at a location approved by the Wellington Water Land Development team. The reuse of a previous used lateral over 25 years old is not permitted.

b) The redeveloped site will need to serviced via a suitably designed and approved ( by the Wellington Water Land Development and Building Consent team’s) private wastewater retention and discharge system that will allow wastewater from the site to discharge only when there is capacity in the downstream network. If necessary the consent holder will need to apply for an amendment to the consent for the finalised design.

c) Construction plans of the proposed private wastewater retention and discharge system must be submitted to the Wellington Water Land Development team for approval, and all work is to be carried out in accordance with the approved plans and suitable standards. At the conclusion of the work, and prior to applicant for CCC, an as-built drawing and maintenance and operations manuals are to be presented for approval.

Sheryl Barker Senior Drainage Engineer - Land Development

Tel +64 4 912 4465 [mobile number]

Private Bag 39804, Wellington Mail Centre 5045
Level 4, IBM House, 25 Victoria Street, Petone, Lower Hutt<>

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