398 datasets found

  • DOC Campsites

    Department of Conservation
    Department of Conservation (DOC) - Campsites. Dataset shows all campsites. If you intend to stay in a campsite, please confirm with your local office or the DOC website that it is available and not under a temporary or more permanent closure before departing. Please note some campsites require advance booking, contact your local office or visit the DOC...
    Created 24 August 2022 Updated 21 September 2022
  • DOC Ecosystem Management Units

    Department of Conservation
    Ecosystem Management Units are places identified as important for management because of the types and condition of the ecosystems and species there. They are usually quite large and often include groups of related ecosystems, which are managed together. Many also include threatened species. As a Government agency, DOC is focused on managing for outcomes....
    Created 24 August 2022 Updated 21 September 2022
  • Exchange rates

    Reserve Bank of New Zealand
    Selected exchange rates and foreign exchange turnover data for selected currencies.
    Created 10 April 2017 Updated 16 September 2022
  • WCC Community Gardens

    Wellington City Council
    A community garden is a piece of private or public land gardened collectively by a group of people throughout the community. This feature layer contains the location and contact details of community gardens in the Wellington City territorial authority area. This layer does not include gardens operated by schools or social housing providers. Created by...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Centres Business Areas

    Wellington City Council
    Business areas 1 and 2, Central city zone & District Plan centres. -The commercial and government sectors are the primary drivers of business demand in the city.-The city is projected to require an additional 787,277 sq meters of business floor area over the period 2017 – 2047.-Wellington City has a number of business areas that cater for a range of...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • WCC Flood Zones - Areas Not Yet Modelled

    Wellington City Council
    Layer containing Wellingtion City Stormwater Catchments that are not yet modelled or ready for public consultation. (WCC has a total of 16 Stromwater catchments. These catchments are still in the model build stage or mapping has not yet been finalised.Catchments to be mapped include:Churton ParkWiltonThis layer is used in the WCC Flood Risk Storymap. A...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • CCSV Neighbourhoods Areas

    Wellington City Council
    <pre class="wrap">​Neighbourhoods support the day-to-day living needs of residents by providing quality local living, working and/or recreational environments. This includes:- a mix of uses, and building forms and density that encourage social and economic diversity-providing open spaces that are useable, attractive and respond to the city’s...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • CCSV Anchors

    Wellington City Council
    The spatial vision map/diagram shows a number of goals for the central city area. The anchors represent areas of resilience are planned to be self-supporting places post events like earthquakes - they may be existing places, like civic square, that are already undergoing redevelopment planning, or new places. There are currently 8 central city anchors:...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • WCC Tree Cover

    Wellington City Council
    Tree cover data has been uploaded to the databse on 21st of March 2022.This tree cover feature class was produced for Wellington City and Suburbs; the study area can be seen in the accompanying tree canopy cover report (https://dx.doi.org/10.26021/11224). The tree cover feature class was produced using an object-based image analysis (OBIA) approach. OBIA...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • HBA Projected Housing Deficit

    Wellington City Council
    We want Wellington to be a city where we have healthy, affordable homes in connected and lively neighbourhoods, close to the places we live, work and play. It is important that we provide for a variety of housing type, so that everyone has an opportunity to own or rent a quality home in the city. Since 2000 population growth in Wellington has outstripped...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • CCSV Connectors

    Wellington City Council
    This data comprises a diagram expressing the spatial vision. The diagram is indicative only and may not be used for analysis. Each goal can be represented spatially and, as a whole, provides an organising structure for the elements that will lead towards the Vision.Connectors join places and people and offer those of all ages, stages and levels of...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Community Amenity Access

    Wellington City Council
    Accessibility heatmap of community facilities around DP centre zones 400m buffer used around all centres - 5 minute catchments generated around facilities - Central City facilities removed Cultural: Theatres Studios Music Venues Museums Galleries Community Centres Halls Cinemas Art Schools Art Groups Libraries Safety: WREMO Community...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Infrastructure Priority Bubbles

    Wellington City Council
    Infrastructure priority bubbles showing a high-level overview of potential infrastructure investment and identified Spatial Plan growth areas. Infrastructure investment sequencing priorities (short, medium & long term) to support growth. Priorities are: Short to medium term focus – 0 to 10 years (Central City, Newtown, Johnsonville, Tawa)Medium to...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Central City Changes

    Wellington City Council
    The Central City consists of a compact urban core that contains a wide mix of uses that reflect Wellington’s role as our capital city. These include government, retail, education, entertainment, tourism and residential activities. Further residential development is encouraged given the contribution it makes to the overall vitality of the area, reducing...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Housing Density Typologies

    Wellington City Council
    The Spatial Plan is a ‘blueprint’ for our city that sets out a plan of action for where and how we should grow and develop. It provides the direction needed for the District Plan Review and will ultimately replace the Wellington Urban Growth Plan 2015. This layer defines the housing density typologies classifications contained in the final Spatial Plan....
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Indicative Development Cost Hazard Areas

    Wellington City Council
    We want Wellington to be a City that is prepared for shocks and natural hazard events, with new communities built in less vulnerable locations, new buildings that are safe and built with risk in mind, and more places/spaces available to enable communities to come together and support one another. Wellington is subject to a number of natural hazard risks,...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Maori Precinct Boundaries

    Wellington City Council
    The District Plan provides an opportunity to acknowledge the sites of importance to tangata whenua and to allow for new developments to respect their significance. Precincts, sites, features and tracks of significance to the tangata whenua have also been identified. These are classified into different types and management techniques. Part of the criteria...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • FundingDataWCCbyfund

    Wellington City Council
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    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • WCC Shelters

    Wellington City Council

    This dataset has no description

    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Wellington City RWC 2011 clipped

    Wellington City Council
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    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
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