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POLICY CN6 - Efficient Use of Land for Residential Development

  1. Residential development will be permitted where a density between 30 and 50 dwellings to the hectare is achieved within the net developable area. Net densities below 30 dwellings per hectare will only be permitted in exceptional circumstances where development at a higher density would adversely affect the character and quality of the site or surrounding area.
  2. Where a residential development is proposed in, or within walking distance of a Town or District Centre, or on corridors well served by public transport, proposals for higher density development will be permitted.
  3. Where a site or land with development potential is developed incrementally or at a density less than the recommended range above, proposals will be assessed against recommended densities in order to determine whether appropriate thresholds for residential development requirements and community infrastructure identified by this Plan should be applied.

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