Updated 11 September 2018
Part of the Council's obligations under the Resource Management Act 1991 is to recognise and provide for the protection of historic heritage and the relationship of Maori to areas of cultural significance. The purpose of the heritage provisions is to identify those individual buildings, objects, places and areas that are significant enough to warrant recognition and protection in the public interest. These items are listed in:
In addition to Appendix 7D: Register of Significant Archaeological Areas, and to assist the New Zealand Historic Places Trust fulfill its functions, the Council will have regard to the location of archaeological sites, where they are identified on the Council's GIS database, through the resource consent and building consent processes.
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