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Tauranga City Plan

7B   Purpose of Built Heritage Provisions

Updated 11 September 2018

Built heritage in the context of the Plan refers to buildings and their sites, structures, monuments and objects with a predominant association to the European settlement of the Tauranga area. Built heritage items afforded special protection by the Plan are identified within Appendix 7A: Register of Built Heritage which identifies what the item is, where it is located, whether it has a New Zealand Historic Places Trust classification and its heritage value on a national (Category A), regional (Category B) or local scale (Category C). An important principle supported by the Plan is that the original elements of a building (exterior or interior) are intrinsic to the design, architectural period, use of materials, technology, and character of a heritage building.

The built heritage provisions recognise these values by ensuring they are given appropriate consideration through subdivision, use and development. Those items that have been given a Category A or Category B classification will be most sensitive to change and so it is important that their values are afforded a higher level of protection. It is important to note that these categorisations do not reflect any significance or value to Maori where that significance or value may exist.


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