Auckland Proposed Unitary Plan (Sep 2013)

Auckland Data

PUP Volcanic View Shafts

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The volcanic view shafts overlay has been derived from the Regional Policy Statement and survey information from 2005 plus additional survey work undertaken by Stephen Brown Consultants Limited

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PUP Sites And Places Of Significance To Mana Whenua

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The Sites of significance to Mana Whenua overlay identifies areas, features and sites that have been scheduled and protected for their Maori values. Where there is sensitive information regarding the significance of the sites special protocols agreed with Mana Whenua will outline the management of this information.

Mana Whenua are aware of many other areas, features and sites that may be equally or more significant, and acknowledge there may be shared interests over scheduled locations. It is intended to identify further areas, features and sites nominated by Mana Whenua through future plan changes including those identified through other legislation.

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PUP Maori Land

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This overlay recognises the unique legal and governance framework for land subject to Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993, (‘Maori land’). It identifies Maori land in Auckland, enables minor development and provides for an integrated Maori land development plan to enable a range of activities on Maori land. The overlay provides a basis for better coordination between landowners, the Maori Land Court and the council in managing the resource of Maori land.

The overlay applies to Maori land subject to Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993. Where the underlying zone is the Maori Purpose zone, the provisions of this overlay do not apply.

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PUP Ridgeline Protection

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describe sites subject to additional controls to protect ridgeline.

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PUP Aircraft Noise

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Airport noise notification areas

The purpose of the overlay is to manage the subdivision of land and location of sensitive activities in areas of high cumulative noise around the regions airports and airfields, so that the continued operation of the airports and airfields is not compromised and reverse sensitivity issues addressed.The following airports/airfields are included in this overlay:

  • Auckland International Airport

  • Ardmore Airport

  • Kaipara flats Airfield

  • North Shore Airfield

  • Whenuapai Airbase.

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PUP Water Supply Management Area

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The purpose of water supply management areas is to provide for the ongoing operation, maintenance, upgrading and development of the municipal water supply infrastructure. The areas comprise the catchments that are mainly in public ownership surrounding municipal water supply infrastructure. This infrastructure includes five dams in the Waitakere Ranges, two reservoirs in the Hunua Ranges, the Hays Creek dam at Papakura and land owned by Watercare Services in the Riverhead Forest. The management area also includes all related supporting and connected water supply infrastructure, such as the pipe network and pumping stations, located within these catchments. They contain water supply networks that are classified by this Unitary Plan as significant infrastructure. Part of the water supply management area for the Hunua water supply infrastructure is now outside the Auckland region. Water supply management areas, particularly those in the Waitakere and Hunua Ranges, contain a mix of vegetation cover. Large areas of significant indigenous vegetation meet the criteria for identification as natural stream management areas. The Waitakere water supply management area forms part of the wider Waitakere Ranges heritage area. One of the heritage features recognised by the Waitakere Ranges Heritage Area Act 2008 is the operation, maintenance and development of the public water catchment and supply system that services the needs of the people of Auckland.

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PUP Coastal Natural Character Areas

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Auckland’s growing population, together with the desire to live near the coast, means that land in the coastal environment is highly valued and that use and development has resulted in a loss of natural character values. ONC(Outstanding Natural Character) areas are the iconic, scenic and wilderness areas where the sights, features, and sounds are those of nature and where man-made influences are absent, or minor and subservient in the context of the natural environment. These areas provide an important touchstone with nature for an increasingly urbanised population. Areas of HNC(High Natural Character) value often include rural land used for primary production. Although these areas may lack the same wilderness value as outstanding areas, there is still a significant predominance of naturalness. Areas of ONC/HNC value are an increasingly scarce and valuable resource. The growing pressures for subdivision, use and development require that priority be given to preserving the natural values of these areas for the use and enjoyment of future generations. Land identified as having ONC/HNC value may already have been subdivided but not yet developed. If the development rights were exercised it would result in a degradation or loss of natural character values. Providing an alternative location for development rights to be exercised enables the protection of the significant natural values of ONC/HNCareas.

Identifies the areas of the coastal environment that have high and outstanding natural character values as described in policy 13 of the New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement 2010

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PUP Lake Management Area

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Natural lake management areas

The Natural Lake Management Areas overlay comprise 14 permanent dune lakes in rural Auckland and a 50m buffer strip surrounding the lake edge, measured landward from the mean annual water level (MAWL). These lakes are located in three main areas - South Kaipara Peninsula, north-east coast inland of Pakiri Beach, and Awhitu Peninsula.The natural lakes vary in terms of their water quality, ecological and recreational values and the land uses within their catchments. They are fed by small streams and overland flow, but have no natural stream outlets. Lake water levels are influenced by groundwater levels, water uptake rates by vegetation in the catchment and the amount of authorised water takes. Where there are areas of indigenous vegetation and marshland around the lake margins, they are important habitats for indigenous birds as well as introduced waterfowl. Where water quality is good, such as in Lake Ototoa, indigenous aquatic plants and native fish are healthy and abundant. However, many of the natural lakes suffer from poor water quality as a result of nutrient and sediment runoff from surrounding pastoral land. A significant impact has also come from the presence of invasive aquatic weed species and the presence of exotic fish. Although these fish provide fishing opportunities for anglers, they adversely affect native fish numbers. Some of the natural lakes are used for seasonal boating and other surface water recreational activities, and have significant areas of public reserve or parkland in their catchments. Other lakes are more isolated, with only limited public access to the lakes and around their margins.

Urban lake management areas

There are two urban lakes in Auckland - Lake Pupuke and Western Springs lake. Lake Pupuke is formed from an old volcano and is characterised by the absence of any stream flowing in and out of it, with the main source and discharge being the movement of groundwater. Western Springs similarly derives its water from groundwater flow, but it has an outlet via a weir to Motions Creek. Lake Pupuke is surrounded by residential and commercial development. Areas of publicly owned land are interspersed with many private sections fronting onto the lake shore. Western Springs is surrounded by public reserve. Both lakes are important for their open space, recreational and amenity values.The main impacts on the water quality of Lake Pupuke come from the contaminants in stormwater discharges into the lake, wastewater overflows and fertiliser runoff from surrounding private gardens and the public reserve. Western Springs has a lower water quality, due to contamination from faecal matter associated with the duck population.

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PUP City Centre Fringe Office

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Identifying areas around the city centre to allow for additional office space

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PUP Vehicle Access Restrictions

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The vehicle access restrictions layer have been derived from a combination of data from KiwiRail (for access restrictions around rail line and crossings, NZTA - for access restrictions around motorway interchanges, a report prepared by Matt Riley and the legacy Central City district plan for restrictions in the Central City and elsewhere from legacy operative district plans

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