Statutory Acknowledgements - Bay of Plenty

The Ngā Whakaaetanga-ā-Ture ki Te Taiao ā Toi (Statutory Acknowledgements in the Bay of Plenty) is a compendium document to be read as an attachment to and in conjunction with the Bay of Plenty Regional Policy Statement and regional plans, and any variation or change notified by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council.

Nga Whakaaetanga-a-Ture ki Te Taiao a Toi incorporates statutory acknowledgements arising from Treaty of Waitangi settlement legislation negotiated between the Crown and iwi in the Bay of Plenty region. It was last updated in January 2018.

A Statutory Acknowledgement is a formal acknowledgement by the Crown that recognises the particular cultural, spiritual, historical and traditional association of iwi with a site of significance or resource identified as a statutory area. Statutory Areas only relate to Crown-owned land and include areas of land, geographic features, lakes, rivers, wetlands and coastal marine areas. With respect to bodies of water such as lakes, rivers and wetlands, the Statutory Acknowledgement excludes any part of the bed not owned or controlled by the Crown.

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Theme ["geospatial"]
Author Bay of Plenty Regional Council
Maintainer enrics
Created 2019-09-02T20:52:55.000Z
Date modified 2019-09-02T21:01:21.000Z
Language English
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Record created January 9, 2020, Last Updated May 20, 2020