London Street, Hamilton

A challenging consent to gain based on the buildings Heritage status, but the old and much loved Methodist formerly of London Street makes its way to its new location in Te Kowhai to begin its new life as a Cafe.


Catholic Diocese of Hamilton

A contentious and challenging application was prepared and submitted by louise feathers planning for resource consent on behalf of the Catholic Diocese of Hamilton. After public notification and a Commissioner run hearing, resource consent has been issued for site redevelopment. The resource consent was appealed however approval was upheld by Environment Court.


Project Grantham, Grantham Street, Hamilton

A comprehensive suite of resource consents were obtained for this developer, including land use consent to relocate a heritage building (the Hamilton Club), subdivision consent to allow the Hamilton Club to sit on it’s own Certificate of Title and land use consent to erect a 4 story building comprising office, boutique retail, restaurant and function facilities. The development includes construction of a public piazza which bleeds into the adjoining river walkway and reserve. Resource consents were obtained on a non-notified basis and under delegated authority. Project completed.


Methodist Church - Hamilton East

There are two inevitable occurrences that we have come to realise in planning: One, projects involving old buildings are controversial and; two, modern architectural forms will evoke strong emotion from communities. Despite bringing these two together on a visible corner site in Hamilton East for a redevelopment project for a local parish, we successfully had the project consented without notification.


St Marys Chapel Conservation Project

louise feathers planning is proud to be a part of the larger team involved in the St Mary’s Chapel Conservation Project. They are currently working on the structural earthquake strengthening and external conservation work on the chapel.


The Kirk Cafe

A great use of space and a very useful addition to the St Andrews Presbytery on Te Aroha Street. This busy cafe was the idea of the Church to benefit the wider community and to provide a place for ‘Cafe Church’ (informal and exploratory sessions) in the future.

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