Sanford Limited, Big Glory Bay, Stewart Island
Variation to seven Coastal Permits; to increase the nitrogen input from all Sanford Limited marine farms from salmon feed from 332 tonnes per year, to 659 tonnes per year and to update the monitoring regime based on existing and proposed modelling using the DELFT3D model; and to enable Sanford Limited to use nitrogen allocation which is currently consented on other marine farms for their operation. This application has been made under Section 127 of the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA), and is a discretionary activity under s87B of the RMA.
Purpose: Coastal Permit for Marine Farming
Location: Big Glory Bay, Stewart Island
|Permit Number||Marine farm number||NZTM 2000 Map Reference|
|20157616||MF 246||1229887E 4785945N|
|207256||MF 249||1227982E 4785544N|
|203236||LI 320||1228150E 4786212N|
|203237||LI 321||1228064E 4784314N|
|203240||LI 338||1228243E 4784548N|
|203241||LI 339||1229500E 4784967N|
|203242||LI 340||1229305E 4784758N|
Table 1: Identifying the permits and their location
Please note the map references have been converted from NZMG to NZTM 2000 and have been aerially placed as being about the centre of the consented marine farm site. Each marine farm has specific map references outlining the extent of the marine farm site and this is available as an appendix to the consent.
Legal Description of Property: Marine and Coastal Area.
Reasons for public notification: The applicant has requested public notification.
Address for Service: Sanford Limited, PO Box 443, Shortland Street, Auckland 1140, Attn: Ali Undorf-Lay
Full details of this application are also available for inspection at Environment Southland, corner of Price Street and North Road, Waikiwi, Invercargill during working hours (8.00 am to 5.00 pm). Enquiries may be directed to Courtney Guise by phone to (03) 211 5115 or by email to email@example.com.
A hearing was held on 25-27 March 2019 in Council Chambers at Environment Southland.