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  • Outstanding Landscapes

    Gisborne District Council
    The Outstanding Landscape Overlay comprises regionally outstanding landscapes identified in the report “An Assessment of the Landscape Character of the Coastal Environment of Gisborne District”: Boffa Miskell Ltd, Auckland. The assessment was undertaken to in relation to section 6(b) of the RMA. As no definition for outstanding or significant is used in...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Freshwater Management Units

    Gisborne District Council
    Freshwater resources include surface water (watercourses - rivers and streams) and groundwater (aquifers sourcing irrigation water). Gisborne District Council monitor the current state of the water quality and quantity.
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Waahi Tapu Areas

    Gisborne District Council
    Waahi Tapu means places or things which are sacred or spiritually endowed and held in the highest regard by tangata whenua. They can include places, sites, areas or objects that are tapu, sacred, and special to an Iwi.
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Reticulated Services Boundary

    Gisborne District Council
    The land area where utilities such as sewerage and water are provided via a communal network within Gisborne district. This area is identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan.
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Stability Alert

    Gisborne District Council
    Most of the elevated land of the District has potential for instability resulting in slippage, slumping, slope failures and general soil erosion. The risk of loss of life, injury or damage to property from the land instability hazard will be considered in this chapter. It is difficult to always be precise in identifying the land at risk as susceptibility...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Jet Ski Area

    Gisborne District Council
    Specific jet ski activity areas throughout Gisborne district as identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan.
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Road Hierarchy

    Gisborne District Council
    There are four classifications of the roads within the roading hierarchy: a) Arterial Roads, b) Principal Roads c) Collector Roads d) Local Roads. Arterial Roads serve as direct links of strategic importance within the district and to the rest of New Zealand, are a significant element in the district economy, have access standards for permitted activities...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Heritage Alert

    Gisborne District Council
    The Heritage Alert Overlay is a based on a predictive model of early human settlement in the Gisborne district, as identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan. The purpose of the Heritage Alert Overlay is to manage subdivision, use and development, to ensure that adverse effects on archaeological sites are avoided, remedied or mitigated. In...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Marine Outfall

    Gisborne District Council
    Gisborne District Council seeks to enhance Poverty Bay water quality through: A) Phased improvement over a period of time in the quality of wastewater discharge from the city outfall including monitoring and controlling the quality of trade wastes from commercial and industrial premises. B) Continued encouragement of on-site treatment of effluent prior to...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Heritage Precinct

    Gisborne District Council
    Gisborne district has a wealth of heritage both pre and post European contact. This resource provides an identity unique to the people of the Gisborne district and should be recognised and protected. The management of our heritage implies a duty of care and responsibility to pass it on to future generations with the least possible loss. There is a...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Fresh Water Bodies

    Gisborne District Council
    Scheduled fresh water bodies throughout the Gisborne district as identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan.
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Fresh Water Recreation

    Gisborne District Council
    Gisborne Fresh Water Significant Recreation Areas as identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan (Schedule G19) .
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Fresh Water Rivers

    Gisborne District Council
    Gisborne Scheduled Rivers and Streams (Schedules 1, 4 & 6) as identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan. This includes Aquatic Ecosystem Waterbodies, Outstanding Waterbodies and Watercourses with Ecological Values.
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Eastland Network 50kV

    Gisborne District Council
    Electricity transmission network for the Gisborne district as identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan. Includes 50kv and 110 kv lines.
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Eastland Network 110kV

    Gisborne District Council
    Electricity transmission network for the Gisborne district as identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan. Includes 50kv and 110 kv lines.
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Airport Runways

    Gisborne District Council
    The Airport Protection Overlay Area (APOA) is an overlay illustrated on the urban and rural planning maps that effects the identified land in close proximity to Gisborne Airport and its flight corridors. Rules to protect both Gisborne Airport and land users shall apply to this area. Air Noise Boundary and Outer Control Boundaries identify, in accordance...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Coastal Environment Overlay

    Gisborne District Council
    Areas of protection of water quality, wetlands and aquatic habitats, and the preservation of the natural character associated with lakes, rivers, wetlands and their margins throughout Gisborne district as identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan. This policy seeks to preserve the natural character of the Coastal Environment. It also...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Coastal Water Quality Classification Zones

    Gisborne District Council
    Gisborne coastal water quality classification zones as identified in the G14 schedule of the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan. Water quality standards for the classified waters are contained within Chapter 3.4 of the Regional Coastal Environment Plan for the Gisborne Region. The minimum standards of water quality referred to in the Classification are...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • Archaeological Areas

    Gisborne District Council
    Archaeological locations, buffers, areas and waahi tapu sites within the Gisborne district as identified in the Tairawhiti Resource Management Plan. Gisborne district has a wealth of heritage both pre and post European contact. This resource provides an identity unique to the people of the Gisborne district and should be recognised and protected. The...
    Created 3 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022
  • 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 September 2022 Updated 3 October 2022