Updated 11 September 2018
Note: Where an activity does not comply with a Permitted Activity Rule it shall be considered a Restricted Discretionary Activity unless stated otherwise.
Note: Destruction, damage or modification of any archaeological site, regardless of whether it is listed in the Plan or not, requires an authority from the New Zealand Historic Places Trust under the Historic Places Act 1993.
For maintenance, repair or replacement (including associated earthworks) of existing minor structures and activities within a significant archaeological area identified in Appendix 7D: Register of Significant Archaeological Areas, all work shall be undertaken within the existing in-ground or on-ground dimensions of the structure and any existing areas of cut and fill.
New minor structures and activities and associated earthworks within a significant archaeological area identified in Appendix 7D: Register of Significant Archaeological Areas shall not be commenced unless:
Activities within a site containing a significant archaeological area on Appendix 7D: Register of Significant Archaeological Areas or Appendix 7E - Te Tumu Archaeological Management Areas shall also comply with the following sections of the Plan:
Definitions in this section
minor structures and activities
significant archaeological area
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