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  • Parking Special Area

    Gisborne District Council
    Car parking restrictions. meters, pay & display zones, mobility and loading zone locations throughout the Gisborne CBD
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Special Parking Locations

    Gisborne District Council
    Car parking restrictions. meters, pay & display zones, mobility and loading zone locations throughout the Gisborne CBD
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Rongowhakaata Coast Marine Areas Statutory Acknowledgements

    Gisborne District Council
    A Statutory Acknowledgement is a formal recognition by the Crown of the mana of tangata whenua over a specified area. It recognises the particular cultural, spiritual, historical and traditional association of an iwi with the site, which is identified as a Statutory Area. Statements of statutory acknowledgements are set out in Treaty of Waitangi...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Ngati Porou Statutory Acknowlegements

    Gisborne District Council
    A Statutory Acknowledgement is a formal recognition by the Crown of the mana of tangata whenua over a specified area. It recognises the particular cultural, spiritual, historical and traditional association of an iwi with the site, which is identified as a Statutory Area. Statements of statutory acknowledgements are set out in Treaty of Waitangi...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Ngai Tamanuhiri Area of Interest

    Gisborne District Council
    A Statutory Acknowledgement is a formal recognition by the Crown of the mana of tangata whenua over a specified area. It recognises the particular cultural, spiritual, historical and traditional association of an iwi with the site, which is identified as a Statutory Area. Statements of statutory acknowledgements are set out in Treaty of Waitangi...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Ngai Tamanuhiri Statutory Acknowledgements

    Gisborne District Council
    A Statutory Acknowledgement is a formal recognition by the Crown of the mana of tangata whenua over a specified area. It recognises the particular cultural, spiritual, historical and traditional association of an iwi with the site, which is identified as a Statutory Area. Statements of statutory acknowledgements are set out in Treaty of Waitangi...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Rongowhakaata Area of Interest

    Gisborne District Council
    A Statutory Acknowledgement is a formal recognition by the Crown of the mana of tangata whenua over a specified area. It recognises the particular cultural, spiritual, historical and traditional association of an iwi with the site, which is identified as a Statutory Area. Statements of statutory acknowledgements are set out in Treaty of Waitangi...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Ngati Porou Area of Interest

    Gisborne District Council
    A Statutory Acknowledgement is a formal recognition by the Crown of the mana of tangata whenua over a specified area. It recognises the particular cultural, spiritual, historical and traditional association of an iwi with the site, which is identified as a Statutory Area. Statements of statutory acknowledgements are set out in Treaty of Waitangi...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Rongowhakaata Statutory Acknowledgements

    Gisborne District Council
    A Statutory Acknowledgement is a formal recognition by the Crown of the mana of tangata whenua over a specified area. It recognises the particular cultural, spiritual, historical and traditional association of an iwi with the site, which is identified as a Statutory Area. Statements of statutory acknowledgements are set out in Treaty of Waitangi...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Taruheru Block Structure Plan Area

    Gisborne District Council
    Three Structure Plans are currently incorporated into the Plan: The Taruheru Block Infrastructure Plan proposes a layout of key road links. These road links are not just for access, but also provide corridors for infrastructure such as water, wastewater, stormwater, electricity and telecommunications. The proposed roading layout was designed to promote...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Citrus Grove Development Area

    Gisborne District Council
    Three Structure Plans are currently incorporated into the Plan: The Taruheru Block Infrastructure Plan proposes a layout of key road links. These road links are not just for access, but also provide corridors for infrastructure such as water, wastewater, stormwater, electricity and telecommunications. The proposed roading layout was designed to promote...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Roading Concept - Restricted access

    Gisborne District Council
    Three Structure Plans are currently incorporated into the Plan: The Taruheru Block Infrastructure Plan proposes a layout of key road links. These road links are not just for access, but also provide corridors for infrastructure such as water, wastewater, stormwater, electricity and telecommunications. The proposed roading layout was designed to promote...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Tairawhiti Freedom Camping Locations 2021

    Gisborne District Council
    This layer shows the Tairawhiti Freedom camping sites as prescribed in the  Gisborne District Council Freedom Camping Bylaw 2021. The purpose of this bylaw is to regulate freedom camping in order to protect public access, public health and safety and the environment of the area, including the district’s beaches, dunes and rivers from harm.This bylaw...
    Created 3 October 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Land Overlay 3A

    Gisborne District Council
    The land overlays are developed from amalgamated units from the land use capability (LUC) assessment of the New Zealand Land Resource Inventory (NZLRI) Gisborne East Coast Region, Second Edition, June 1999. In the NZLRI the maximum erosion severity has been assessed for each LUC unit and this is based on the geology, soil type, steepness, climate and...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Land Overlays 1-3

    Gisborne District Council
    The land overlays are developed from amalgamated units from the land use capability (LUC) assessment of the New Zealand Land Resource Inventory (NZLRI) Gisborne East Coast Region, Second Edition, June 1999. In the NZLRI the maximum erosion severity has been assessed for each LUC unit and this is based on the geology, soil type, steepness, climate and...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Additional Flood Zones

    Gisborne District Council
    The East Cape has a history of “hits” from decaying tropical cyclones causing widespread flooding and disruption. There are also other events that are more localised and result from a weather system dumping a large volume of water in a small area. A recent study showed that there is a trend of less of these events, but when they occur more rain falls....
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • District Plan Flood Zones

    Gisborne District Council
    The East Cape has a history of “hits” from decaying tropical cyclones causing widespread flooding and disruption. There are also other events that are more localised and result from a weather system dumping a large volume of water in a small area. A recent study showed that there is a trend of less of these events, but when they occur more rain falls....
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Port Noise 65Ldn Boundary

    Gisborne District Council
    The Tairahwiti Resource Management Plan sets out noise limits for port noise that apply to both ‘essential’ and ‘non-essential’ port activities. The rules regime sets out ‘long term’ and ‘short term’ noise emission limits that apply within the receiving environment around the port. Many of the activities envisaged in the Port Management Zones are of an...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Port Inner Control Boundary

    Gisborne District Council
    The Tairahwiti Resource Management Plan sets out noise limits for port noise that apply to both ‘essential’ and ‘non-essential’ port activities. The rules regime sets out ‘long term’ and ‘short term’ noise emission limits that apply within the receiving environment around the port. Many of the activities envisaged in the Port Management Zones are of an...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Port Noise 55Ldn Boundary

    Gisborne District Council
    The Tairahwiti Resource Management Plan sets out noise limits for port noise that apply to both ‘essential’ and ‘non-essential’ port activities. The rules regime sets out ‘long term’ and ‘short term’ noise emission limits that apply within the receiving environment around the port. Many of the activities envisaged in the Port Management Zones are of an...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022