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A test of modelling radio propagation.

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General Electoral District Boundaries 2014

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The 2014 Representation Commission has completed its statutory role of reviewing and redrawing electorate boundaries to be used in the next two general elections.

This layer represents General Electoral Districts for the 2014 and 2017 New Zealand general elections.

Note that macrons apply to the following electorate names:

  • Māngere
  • Ōhāriu
  • Ōtaki
  • Rangitῑkei
  • Tāmaki
  • Taupō
  • Te Atatū
  • Kaikōura
  • Ikaroa-Rāwhiti
  • Tāmaki Makaurau
  • Te Tai Hauāuru
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Māori Electoral District Boundaries 2014

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The 2014 Representation Commission has completed its statutory role of reviewing and redrawing electorate boundaries to be used in the next two general elections.

This layer represents Māori Electoral Districts for the 2014 and 2017 New Zealand general elections.

Note that macrons apply to the following electorate names:

  • Māngere
  • Ōhāriu
  • Ōtaki
  • Rangitῑkei
  • Tāmaki
  • Taupō
  • Te Atatū
  • Kaikōura
  • Ikaroa-Rāwhiti
  • Tāmaki Makaurau
  • Te Tai Hauāuru
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RPS - Outstanding Natural Features

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RPS - Outstanding Natural Features - Council Decision October 2013 Version

The Regional Policy Statement is one of the most important planning tools for Northland. It sets out how our natural and physical resources should be managed into the future – from the mountains to the sea and for the benefit of all Northlanders.

The new Regional Policy Statement will underpin the integrated management of our resources (land, water, air, soil, minerals, energy, all plants and animals, and all structures). This means considering the environment as a whole and recognising that changes, or the effects of human activities, in one area or on one resource, can affect other resources.

It will provide for the wellbeing of our people and economic development while sustainably managing our resources for future generations. It will also impact how people, businesses and industry use, develop and protect Northland’s resources and it will influence future district and regional plans.

Every regional council is required under the Resource Management Act to have a Regional Policy Statement in place at all times.

In Northland it covers the management of natural and physical resources throughout the region, from Kaiwaka in the south, to Cape Reinga in the north, and out to the 12 nautical mile (22.2 km) limit.

Part of the Proposed Regional Policy Statement is a set of proposed maps that show Northland’s ‘outstanding’ areas and ‘coastal environment’.

These maps have been developed to meet requirements under the New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement 2010 and the Resource Management Act 1991.

Further information on our website

Outstanding natural features are areas are throughout the region and tend to be unique geological features such as fossil beds or distinctive rock outcrops. They are usually quite small and can often form part of an outstanding natural landscape. An example is the Hole in the Rock.

See also:
Proposed RPS - Coastal Environment

Proposed RPS - Natural Character

Proposed RPS - Outstanding Natural Landscapes

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RPS - Natural Character

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RPS - Natural Character - Council Decision October 2013 Version

The Regional Policy Statement is one of the most important planning tools for Northland. It sets out how our natural and physical resources should be managed into the future – from the mountains to the sea and for the benefit of all Northlanders.

The new Regional Policy Statement will underpin the integrated management of our resources (land, water, air, soil, minerals, energy, all plants and animals, and all structures). This means considering the environment as a whole and recognising that changes, or the effects of human activities, in one area or on one resource, can affect other resources.

It will provide for the wellbeing of our people and economic development while sustainably managing our resources for future generations. It will also impact how people, businesses and industry use, develop and protect Northland’s resources and it will influence future district and regional plans.

Every regional council is required under the Resource Management Act to have a Regional Policy Statement in place at all times.

In Northland it covers the management of natural and physical resources throughout the region, from Kaiwaka in the south, to Cape Reinga in the north, and out to the 12 nautical mile (22.2 km) limit.

Part of the Proposed Regional Policy Statement is a set of proposed maps that show Northland’s ‘outstanding’ areas and ‘coastal environment’.

These maps have been developed to meet requirements under the New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement 2010 and the Resource Management Act 1991.

Further information on our website

Natural character areas are areas within the ‘coastal environment’ (see below) that are in a highly natural state with little impact from humans or pest plants and animals. We are identifying two levels of natural character areas – high and outstanding. An example of an outstanding natural character area is Bream Head.

See also:
Proposed RPS - Coastal Environment

Proposed RPS - Outstanding Natural Features

Proposed RPS - Outstanding Natural Landscapes

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RPS - Coastal Environment

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RPS - Coastal Environment - Council Decision October 2013 Version

The Regional Policy Statement is one of the most important planning tools for Northland. It sets out how our natural and physical resources should be managed into the future – from the mountains to the sea and for the benefit of all Northlanders.

The new Regional Policy Statement will underpin the integrated management of our resources (land, water, air, soil, minerals, energy, all plants and animals, and all structures). This means considering the environment as a whole and recognising that changes, or the effects of human activities, in one area or on one resource, can affect other resources.

It will provide for the wellbeing of our people and economic development while sustainably managing our resources for future generations. It will also impact how people, businesses and industry use, develop and protect Northland’s resources and it will influence future district and regional plans.

Every regional council is required under the Resource Management Act to have a Regional Policy Statement in place at all times.

In Northland it covers the management of natural and physical resources throughout the region, from Kaiwaka in the south, to Cape Reinga in the north, and out to the 12 nautical mile (22.2 km) limit.

Part of the Proposed Regional Policy Statement is a set of proposed maps that show Northland’s ‘outstanding’ areas and ‘coastal environment’.

These maps have been developed to meet requirements under the New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement 2010 and the Resource Management Act 1991.

Further information on our website

The coastal environment is essentially where the sea directly affects the land and the land directly affects the sea. It is defined using ‘bio-physical’ criteria – things like ridgelines, vegetation type and soil type – so it varies in width around our coast and tends to follow natural features (rather than property boundaries or roads).

The coastal environment is applied to coastal settlements, harbours, estuaries and urban areas – not just the open coast. It also extends 12 nautical miles out to sea and includes all islands within this distance.

Under the New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement, we’re required to identify the whole coastal environment. It will include some urban areas close to the coast (whereas coastal zoning tends to stop in residential and other highly developed areas).

See also:
Proposed RPS - Natural Character

Proposed RPS - Outstanding Natural Features

Proposed RPS - Outstanding Natural Landscapes

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RPS - Outstanding Natural Landscapes

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RPS - Outstanding Natural Landscapes - Council Decision October 2013 Version

The Regional Policy Statement is one of the most important planning tools for Northland. It sets out how our natural and physical resources should be managed into the future – from the mountains to the sea and for the benefit of all Northlanders.

The new Regional Policy Statement will underpin the integrated management of our resources (land, water, air, soil, minerals, energy, all plants and animals, and all structures). This means considering the environment as a whole and recognising that changes, or the effects of human activities, in one area or on one resource, can affect other resources.

It will provide for the wellbeing of our people and economic development while sustainably managing our resources for future generations. It will also impact how people, businesses and industry use, develop and protect Northland’s resources and it will influence future district and regional plans.

Every regional council is required under the Resource Management Act to have a Regional Policy Statement in place at all times.

In Northland it covers the management of natural and physical resources throughout the region, from Kaiwaka in the south, to Cape Reinga in the north, and out to the 12 nautical mile (22.2 km) limit.

Part of the Proposed Regional Policy Statement is a set of proposed maps that show Northland’s ‘outstanding’ areas and ‘coastal environment’.

These maps have been developed to meet requirements under the New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement 2010 and the Resource Management Act 1991.

Further information on our website

Outstanding natural landscapes are areas are throughout the region and are identified using a combination of things such as wild or scenic value, naturalness, memorability and cultural and/or historic values. (For Kaipara these areas were recently updated so there’s nothing new.) An example is Mangawhai Sandspit.

See also:
Proposed RPS - Coastal Environment

Proposed RPS - Natural Character

Proposed RPS - Outstanding Natural Features

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Christchurch City Building Footprints

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Area feature representing coverage of buildings. The data is indicative as it is not complete or maintained on a regularly basis. Christchurch City Council gives no warranty in relation to the data, including its accuracy, reliability and suitability and accepts no liability whatsoever in relation to any loss, damage or other costs relating to the use of any data, any complications, derivative works or modifications of the data.

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Priority Rivers Project - 10 year Flood Extent

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The priority rivers project involves the 26 river catchments around Northland identified as priorities for flood risk planning. The rivers and streams in these priority catchments pose potential threats to lives, buildings, road access, infrastructure and agriculture.

Further information on our website

The flood data shows the likely extent of river flooding during a 10-year or 100-year flood event. A 10-year flood area has a 10% chance of flooding annually, whilst the more extensive 100-year flood area has a 1% chance of flooding annually.

The data is designed to raise awareness of where flood hazard areas are and inform decision-making, to help minimise the impacts of flooding in our region.

The flood data has been compiled using an assessment of best available information, and should give a good indication of the areas at risk of flooding. However, flood mapping is a complex process which involves some approximation of the natural features and processes associated with flooding. Before using the flood maps, please ensure that you understand the disclaimer.

See also:
Priority Rivers Project - 100 Year Flood Extent

The priority rivers flood data will progressively replace previous flood hazards (flood susceptibility) based on soil types and topographical features indicating they had suffered heavy flooding in the past.

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Northland 10m DEM from LiDAR

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A 10 m Digital Elevation Model derived from LiDAR ground strike data. Northland Regional Council LiDAR data is flown in pockets across the region as required.

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