Plunket, 'Appeal will be withdrawn immediately'

### D Scene 25-2-09 (page 5)
And then there was one

Dunedin’s proposed $188 million stadium is about to dodge one of the two Environment Court appeals lodged against it this month. Chalmers Properties Ltd have lodged an appeal to the Environment Court through its Auckland-based lawyers. The appeal relates to a Dunedin City Council-initiated arterial route making way for the Awatea St stadium. However, Port Otago chief executive Geoff Plunket says the appeal will be withdrawn immediately.
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### D Scene 25-2-09 (page 5)
‘A plan change appeal won’t hold up demolition work’ – Trust
Stadium start regardless

By Michelle Sutton

Opponents’ hopes that court appeals will stall work on Dunedin’s controversial megabucks stadium will come crashing down in June. Demolition work at the site will start regardless, according to the Carisbrook Stadium Trust.
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One response to “Plunket, 'Appeal will be withdrawn immediately'

  1. Elizabeth

    This makes it interesting for StS, with their appeal on the decision for the Notice of Requirement (Harbour Arterial Link), and one on the decision for Plan Change 8 – Stadium.

    They can try…

    Has anyone else appealed the Plan Change???

    Further to Chalmers Properties’ appeal on the NOR, here’s some old news now…. we heard this week that the University of Otago had swung into the appeal behind Chalmers Properties and opposing StS.

    The university’s interest ‘was’ in outstanding issues to do with the alignment of feeder routes etc, and it ‘was’ happy to address the issues by mediation.


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