Water body setback



in relation to Sub-chapter 6.6 Water body setbacks of Chapter 6 General Rules and Procedures, means an area of defined width running parallel to the bank of a water body from an origin point set out in Appendix 6.11.5.3 Interpretation of banks of water bodies in which specified activities, including buildings and earthworks, are controlled or restricted. For the purposes of this definition, water body means any downstream waterway, upstream waterway, environmental asset waterway or environmental asset standing water body identified on the Planning Maps and any Banks Peninsula waterway (see Rule 6.6 5avii Activity status tables - rural water body setbacks and Rule 6.6 6avii) Activity status tables - natural area water body setbacks), hill waterway or network waterway.