Details etc at the following link: https://www.ccc.govt.nz/the-council/consultations-and-submissions/haveyoursay/show/95
You can download a copy of the HPA Submission at the following link: HNZPT draft Guidelines for Assessing Historic Places Submission
The Ministry is seeking submissions on the Exposure Draft of the Incorporated Societies Bill.
The deadline for making comments is Thursday 30 June 2016. (more…)
"To provide leadership and direction in key areas of work, Heritage New Zealand is preparing five general statements of policy. The policies are being developed under the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Act 2014. We invite you to provide written comment on these draft policies. We do not have a standard form on which you may make your response.
(Submissions close on 17 April 2015)" (more…)
Wellington’s Open Spaces
Our city is well endowed with open spaces and natural areas which are enjoyed by many Wellingtonians. Earlier this year the City Council initiated a review of its policies for open spaces. Historic Places Wellington made a submission to the review, seeking better recognition of the heritage values in these spaces. (more…)
Please take the time to complete the survey. (more…)
The following is the text of the Historic Places Aotearoa submission. (more…)
Resource management reform 2013: have your say -details of Consultation Meetings etc.
The Ministry has reposted the Public Meetings times, dates and venues.
Wellington Public Meeting details:
Venue: Kingsgate Hotel, 24 Hawkestone St, Thorndon
1-3pm Tuesday 12th March
Kingsgate Hotel, 24 Hawkestone St, Thorndon
12-2 pm Wednesday 27th March (more…)
"We are reviewing the Plan as a whole to fix the parts that are not clear or working properly, to recognise the changes to land use and development within Dunedin, to discourage poor development and to align with changes in national policy guidance.
The review will produce a second generation plan (2GP), which is the second plan prepared under the Resource Management Act 1991. This is a long process with a lot of research and analysis, and input from stakeholders and the community." (more…)
"... Heritage buildings would also face changes under the proposals, including rezoning the warehouse heritage precinct from the ''nonsense'' of large-scale retail to a mixed-use approach. .."
"Changes could drive Dunedin facelift" Otago Daily Times reports on start of the six week consultation on the "next stage of work on the second generation district plan".