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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DOC Marine Mammal Sanctuaries

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Marine Mammal Sanctuaries create a permanent refuge for marine mammals. Such sanctuaries may prohibit activities known to harm particular marine mammal species such as dolphins, whales, seals and sea lions.
Under the Marine Mammals Protection Act 1978, the Department of Conservation is responsible for administering and managing marine mammal sanctuaries.

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DOC Public Conservation Areas

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Public Conservation Areas - spatial representation of DOC's management units defined by various acts of parliament and legislation. The attributes in this dataset have been derived from DOC's Land Management system to provide additional information.

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Feature count 10220
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Porirua City Council Wards

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Current democratic boundaries for voting in Porirua City Council local body elections

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Draft Auckland Unitary Plan (March 2013) - Interim Rural Urban Boundary

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Interim rural-urban boundary.


This is the description from the website unitaryplan.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/, where you can also give feedback.
The Unitary Plan will be Auckland’s planning ‘rulebook’, setting out where and how our city grows in the future.
This rulebook is the next step in bringing Auckland together. It will replace former regional and district plans with one document focused on delivering the vision of the Auckland Plan, to make this world’s most liveable city.
The draft Auckland Unitary Plan (March 2013) will offer a simpler, more consistent set of rules that apply Auckland-wide. These draft rules are now available to everyone, from homeowners to developers, in one user-friendly, online e-plan.
The draft Auckland Unitary Plan (March 2013) on this site is a draft for informal public feedback. The feedback from this round of engagement will help us to make sure we have a high quality plan ready for notification and formal consultation later in the year.


This is NOT an official release by Auckland Council. I am not affiliated with Auckland Council in any way. This data was received in response to an OIA request.
This data is redistributed with modifications from Auckland Council under the following conditions:
By accessing the material referred to above ("Material") (regardless of delivery method), you agree to the following terms. All copyright in the Material is owned by or licensed to Auckland Council. You may use, copy and adapt the Material in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 New Zealand licence (which can be viewed here: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/nz/legalcode). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, except as required by law, all Material is provided on an "as is" basis, without any warranty or representation of any kind (express or implied). Accessing, downloading and use of the Material is done entirely at your own risk and the accuracy of the Material should be independently verified before it is relied upon. To the extent possible under law, Auckland Council will not be liable on any legal basis (without limitation, including negligence) for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage arising in connection with the Material to you or any third party. You will ensure that any parties that you provide the Material to are aware of these terms.

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Proposed Electorate Boundaries 2013

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The Representation Commission has released the proposed boundary data files to facilitate the objection process. Any objections must be received by the Representation Commission by 10.00am 23 December 2013, following which counter objections can be lodged between 14 and 29 January 2014. The final boundaries will be published in April 2014.

Users who wish to alter the data, mix the data with other data, or derive other products from this data will need to seek the Representation Commission’s permission. The Commission’s primary concern is to ensure that such detailed mapping is not misleading nor creates confusion, particularly if it is overlaid with incompatible or inaccurate mapping.

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PUP Diagram Line

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The Diagram Line, Point and polygon feature classes are used to created the detailed diagrams within the Unitary Plan text and the map appendices

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PUP Base Zone Phantom Boundaries

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Unitary plan zone boundary lines that do not follow legal parcel boundaries. This data is used to intersect the parcels to create a new shape for the unitary plan base zone. The process is run nightly from the ETL server and outputs any unused lines into the UnusedPhantomBoundaries feature class

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PUP High Land Transport Route Noise

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High land transport noiseThese provisions apply to land adjoining high use roads or rail lines. Strategic land transport infrastructure, such as rail lines, state highways and other high use roads generate high levels of transport noise which can affect community health and well-being, particularly in urban areas. These provisions require noise sensitive land uses to undertake mitigation so that occupants are not exposed to transport noise levels above World Health Organisation guidelines. These provisions also avoid the reverse sensitivity effects that can occur when noise-sensitive land uses are located in proximity to strategic land transport infrastructure.

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