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Notice Type
Land Notices
Notice Title

Land and Leasehold Estate Taken for Road and the Functioning Indirectly of a Road—State Highway 1 Inner City Bypass Intersection Optimisation Project, Wellington City


A Proclamation

Pursuant to the Public Works Act 1981, I, Lieutenant General The Right Honourable Sir Jerry Mateparae, Governor-General of New Zealand, hereby declare:

  1. The land described in the First Schedule to be taken for road; and
  2. The leasehold estate for temporary occupation of the land described in the Second Schedule (“lease land”) to be taken for the functioning indirectly of a road on the terms and conditions set out in the Third Schedule

and to vest in the Crown on the 14th day after the date of the publication of this Proclamation in the New Zealand Gazette.

Wellington Land District—Wellington City

First Schedule


0.0082 Part Section 143 Town of Wellington defined on Application Plan 2114 (part Computer Freehold Register WN559/159); shown as Section 1 on SO 472109.

Second Schedule


0.0250 Part Section 143 Town of Wellington defined on Application Plan 2114 (part Computer Freehold Register WN559/159); shown as Section 2 on SO 472109.
0.0249 Part Lot 2 DP 433344 (part Computer Freehold Register 527445); marked “Area 1A” on SO 472109.

Third Schedule

Terms and Conditions

Purpose for Which Leasehold Estate is Required

The leasehold estate is required during the construction of the road. The lease land will be used for access for construction of the road and such other purpose or purposes reasonably required for construction of the road.

Terms of the Lease

  1. The Crown must give the registered proprietor not less than 20 working days’ notice prior to first entry onto the lease land for occupation during the construction of the road.
  2. The lease shall commence on the 14th day after publication of this Proclamation taking the lease land in the New Zealand Gazette and terminate on the day six months thereafter (“term”).
  3. The Crown may, on the giving of written notice to the registered proprietor, extend the term for a further six months should the project not be completed by the expiry of the term. The current market rent shall be reviewed at the time the registered proprietor is given notice of any such extension.
  4. The Crown shall pay to the registered proprietor a current market rent for the term (including any extension) of the lease, such rate for the initial six-month term to be determined by a registered valuer at the commencement of the lease and agreed between the parties or otherwise determined under the Public Works Act 1981.
  5. Notwithstanding the term created (including any extension), the Crown may terminate the lease at any time by giving the registered proprietor one month’s notice in writing.
  6. The Crown shall have the right to occupy the lease land for the term, including the right to enter and re-enter the lease land at all times, with or without such vehicles, machinery or materials for the purpose set out in this Proclamation.
  7. The Crown shall take all reasonable steps to minimise damage to the lease land arising from the Crown’s occupation under the lease. In the event of such damage the Crown will, at its cost, restore the lease land to a condition reasonably in keeping with the surrounding land following construction of the project.

Given under the hand of His Excellency the Governor-General of New Zealand and issued under the Seal of New Zealand this 1st day of December 2014.


Hon LOUISE UPSTON, Minister for Land Information.

God Save The Queen!

(LINZ CPC/2013/17300)