Karting, ten-pin bowling and a gym are the newest additions
to plans for ventures on the Frankton Flats.
Willow Place Family Trust Ltd has lodged a resource consent
application with the Queenstown Lakes District Council for
the activities and the proposed building which will contain
them at Remarkables Park on the northern side of Hawthorne
The ten-pin bowling will have eight to 10 lanes and the
karting will occupy more than 2000sq m of the building with a
maximum of 10 karts running at one time, the resource consent
Vehicles would have access to the activities via the planned
eastern access road - an arterial road running through the
Remarkables Park Zone which is to provide key links between
State Highway 6, around Queenstown Airport and back to the
highway at the Kawarau Falls Bridge.
The vehicles would turn off the eastern access road on to Red
Oaks Dr to get to the building.
The gym, the application said, ''will provide only two
instructors and will be providing one-on-one training''.
''It is estimated that it will attract up to eight to 10
patrons at a time. It will not provide large-scale classes.''