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  • 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 28 September 2022
  • DOC Roads

    Department of Conservation
    Roads maintained and managed by the Department of Conservation (DOC).
    Created 24 August 2022 Updated 28 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
  • 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
  • Wellington Thomas Ward Maps

    Wellington City Council
    Thomas Ward 1849-1934Thomas Ward, a licensed surveyor and civil engineer, was contracted in 1889 to produce a detailed map of Wellington central city.Over three years, Ward collected information and compiled it into scale map tiles.Map legendThe maps show legal boundaries of properties and streets, buildings and what they were constructed of, street-lamp...
    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
  • Wellington City Mobility Scooter Locations

    Wellington City Council
    Mobility scooters are provided by Wellington City Council and TSB Bank to enable people with limited mobility to freely access all that Wellington has to offer. People aged 18+ can book a mobility scooter for up to four hours free of charge.
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • WCC Tracks

    Wellington City Council
    Location and details of WCC tracks within the Wellington City area. Note that this data is updated regularly.Description of fields and the contents shown: Links to References: NZ Standard (SNZ HB 8630:2004) -https://hutsandtracks.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/SNZ-Tracks-and-Outdoor-Visitor-Structures-Handbook.pdf Kennet Brothers Grading System...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Building Solar Radiation

    Wellington City Council
    This layer shows the exposure values that buildings have to solar radiation (sun exposure). If you wish to view the layer with the full colour raster overlay, please use the following URLhttps://gis.wcc.govt.nz/arcgis/rest/services/Cache/Solar/MapServer/ in your map.To simply view this data you are encouraged to use our existing viewer at:...
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Wellington City Community Halls

    Wellington City Council
    The Council manages five community facilities (halls and rooms) that can be hired by community groups or individuals for meetings and events.
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Wellington City Service Centre

    Wellington City Council
    Point representing the Service Centre for the Wellington City Council. You can do most of your Council business at the City Service Centre.
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Wellington City Civil Defence Centres

    Wellington City Council
    In a major disaster or emergency Civil Defence Centres are activated by volunteers. The centres are situated in primary schools or other community locations like community centres. There is very little equipment at Civil Defence Centres.
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Wellington City Recycling Centres

    Wellington City Council
    Points representing recycling Centres administered by the Wellington City Council
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Wellington CC 5m Contours 2017

    Wellington City Council
    This dataset contains 5m Contours created by AAM from 2017 aerial photography. The DTM was created from 2006 LiDAR, 2009, 2011 & 2017 photogrametry masspoints and breaklines. Contours generated from LiDAR and photogrametry should not be used for detailed engineering design.This item has been created to be used in WCC's Open Data Portal.
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Wellington CC 1m Contours 2017

    Wellington City Council
    This dataset contains 1m Contours created by AAM from 2017 aerial photography. The DTM was created from 2006 LiDAR, 2009, 2011 & 2017 photogrametry masspoints and breaklines. Contours generated from LiDAR and photogrametry should not be used for detailed engineering design.This item has been created to be used in WCC's Open Data Portal.
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Bellevue Dp Areas Changes

    Wellington City Council
    District Plan layers as used in the WCC Webmap. To see how this relates to individual buildings please refer to the WCC ePlan tool
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Mature vegetation protection area

    Wellington City Council
    District Plan layers as used in the WCC Webmap. To see how this relates to individual buildings please refer to the WCC ePlan tool
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Bellevue Indicative Road

    Wellington City Council
    District Plan layers as used in the WCC Webmap. To see how this relates to individual buildings please refer to the WCC ePlan tool
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022
  • Provision For Land Stockden Place

    Wellington City Council
    District Plan layers as used in the WCC Webmap. To see how this relates to individual buildings please refer to the WCC ePlan tool
    Created 11 September 2022 Updated 11 September 2022