16 datasets found

  • Protection Management Areas

    Gisborne District Council
    A Protection Management Area is an area which provides a representative example of the District’s original natural ecosystems, including indigenous habitat and indigenous species. The mapped Protection Management Areas are derived from relevant survey reports undertaken by the Department of Conservation for the National Protected Natural Areas Programme...
    Created 3 November 2020 Updated 3 December 2021
  • Flood Protection Stopbank

    Gisborne District Council
    Stopbanks are continuous mounds of earth built near rivers to stop water from the river flooding nearby land. Americans call them levees. They may look like grassy banks, but they are actually constructed according to very specific engineering designs. When the river is in flood, they need to be able to contain the floodwaters without collapsing.
    Created 3 November 2020 Updated 3 December 2021
  • LWRP - Flow Protection Zones

    Environment Canterbury
    Flow Protection Zones as defined in the Land and Water Regional Plan.For more information visit the Land and Water Regional Plan page on the Environment Canterbury website:https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/plans-strategies-and-bylaws/canterbury-land-and-water-regional-plan/
    Created 2 November 2020 Updated 1 December 2021
  • DOC Sanctuaries to Protect Marine Mammals

    Department of Conservation
    The Department of Conservation is responsible for administering and managing sanctuaries for the protection of marine mammals. These responsibilities are written into the legislation, most prominently the Marine Mammals Protection Act 1978, but also the Kaikōura (Te Tai o Marokura) Marine Management Act 2014.These sanctuaries may prohibit activities known...
    Created 11 November 2020 Updated 6 October 2021
  • Designation

    Waikato Data
    This layer displays designations identified in the Taupō District Plan. A designation is a provision made within the District Plan, under Part 8 of the Resource Management Act (1991). A designation allows a requiring authority to use a piece of land for a particular purpose. This purpose may include land to be secured for public works and utilities or...
    Created 21 October 2020 Updated 21 September 2021
  • Waipa District Plan - Zone Overlay: Airport Surface Clearance

    Waikato Data
    The Waipa District Plan was made operative on 14 August 2017 and has legal effect from this date. Further information on interpreting the District Plan Maps are available via the Introduction to the Planning Maps on the Waipa District Council's website.
    Created 21 October 2020 Updated 21 September 2021
  • Cook Strait Protection Zone

    Transpower
    The Cook Strait Cable Protection Zone (CPZ) protects vital submarine electricity and telecommunication cable links between the North and South Islands. The protected HVDC power cables between Fighting Bay in the South Island and Oteranga Bay in the North Island are part of the High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) cables that transmit power between Benmore...
    Created 20 October 2020 Updated 20 September 2021
  • Southland Flood Protection Dams

    Environment Southland
    The dams form part of Environment Southland's flood protection infrastructure.  The flood protection network, including 458 km of stopbanks, 7 dams and associated culverts and structures protects major population centres, smaller townships and large swathes of rural production land. Environment Southland maintains four detention dams and three...
    Created 10 September 2021 Updated 10 September 2021
  • DoC - Recommended Areas for Protection (RAP's)

    Hawke's Bay Regional Council
    The Protected Natural Areas Programme (PNAP) was led by the Department of Conservation from 1980s to early 2000s, with the primary intention to identify and protect representative examples of the full range of indigenous biodiversity in NZ.  Those ‘representative examples’ are called Recommended Areas for Protection (RAPs).  A survey framework was...
    Created 10 November 2020 Updated 10 September 2021
  • Cook Strait Protection Zone

    Transpower
    The Cook Strait Cable Protection Zone (CPZ) protects vital submarine electricity and telecommunication cable links between the North and South Islands. The protected HVDC power cables between Fighting Bay in the South Island and Oteranga Bay in the North Island are part of the High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) cables that transmit power between Benmore...
    Created 30 January 2020 Updated 20 September 2020
  • Environment Southland Flood Protection Dams

    Environment Southland
    The dams form part of Environment Southland's flood protection infrastructure.  The flood protection network, including 458 km of stopbanks, 7 dams and associated culverts and structures protects major population centres, smaller townships and large swathes of rural production land. Environment Southland maintains four detention dams and three...
    Created 5 November 2018 Updated 10 September 2020
  • LWRP - Flow Protection Zones

    Environment Canterbury
    Flow Protection Zones as defined in the Land and Water Regional Plan.For more information visit the Land and Water Regional Plan page on the Environment Canterbury website:https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/plans-strategies-and-bylaws/canterbury-land-and-water-regional-plan/
    Created 17 July 2020 Updated 2 September 2020
  • Designation

    Waikato Data
    This layer displays designations identified in the Taupō District Plan. A designation is a provision made within the District Plan, under Part 8 of the Resource Management Act (1991). A designation allows a requiring authority to use a piece of land for a particular purpose. This purpose may include land to be secured for public works and utilities or...
    Created 21 June 2020 Updated 21 June 2020
  • Waipa District Plan - Zone Overlay: Airport Surface Clearance

    Waikato Data
    The Waipa District Plan was made operative on 14 August 2017 and has legal effect from this date. Further information on interpreting the District Plan Maps are available via the Introduction to the Planning Maps on the Waipa District Council's website.
    Created 10 June 2020 Updated 21 June 2020
  • Designation

    Waikato Data
    This layer displays designations identified in the Taupō District Plan. A designation is a provision made within the District Plan, under Part 8 of the Resource Management Act (1991). A designation allows a requiring authority to use a piece of land for a particular purpose. This purpose may include land to be secured for public works and utilities or...
    Created 10 June 2020 Updated 10 June 2020
  • DoC - Recommended Areas for Protection (RAP's)

    Hawke's Bay Regional Council
    The Protected Natural Areas Programme (PNAP) was led by the Department of Conservation from 1980s to early 2000s, with the primary intention to identify and protect representative examples of the full range of indigenous biodiversity in NZ.  Those ‘representative examples’ are called Recommended Areas for Protection (RAPs).  A survey framework was...
    Created 29 January 2020 Updated 29 January 2020
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