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Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?
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Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?

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A review of the heritage planning regulations for Kamo.

A review of the heritage planning regulations for Kamo.

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  • 1. Kamo’s Heritage – Just a thing of the past?
  • 2. What do special places & heritage contribute to our district and to Kamo? • a sense of place, identity and continuity, contributing to the overall amenity or character of an area • connections between past, present and future as an area progresses so that recognised heritage values can ‘live on’ • reminders of the past (including persons and places of note and significant events) • the revival and sharing of past experiences through modern means of story telling • a source of information on styles and technologies of the past • interest for visitors, including associated economic opportunities.
  • 3. How does the community want to celebrate Kamo’s heritage? a) Do nothing; or b) Rely on NZHPT to identify and assess items of significance for protection under District Plan; or c) Seek a comprehensive district-wide review of all District Plan heritage provisions; or d) Adopt a combination of statutory and non -statutory methods including: • listing of significant items • special character areas • heritage guidelines • heritage trails or story boards • regular community events
  • 4. Statutory Obligations Resource Management Act 1991: • Matters of national importance including: (f) the protection of historic heritage from inappropriate subdivision, use and development • Definition of ‘historic heritage’ • Functions of regional and territorial local authorities in preparing and changing regional and district plans.
  • 5. Operative District Plan heritage provisions HERITAGE Heritage Buildings, Sites & Objects (Chapters 13, 58 & Appendix 3) Sites of Significance to Maori (Chapters 7, 60 & Appendix 4) Heritage Trees (Chapters 14, 59 & Appendix 2)
  • 6. Heritage Buildings, Sites & Objects (Built Heritage) • District Plan Objective : The protection & enhancement of buildings, sites & objects that make a significant contribution to heritage & amenity values. • Policies (8) • Schedule 13A (significance criteria (7) as basis for regulatory protection measures) • Methods (includes rules & non-regulatory measures) • Appendix 3 – Scheduled items
  • 7. Rules currently apply primarily to: • Demolition or destruction • Relocation • Additions, alterations etc Stone walls are protected by subdivision & land use rules & NZHPT (if pre1900)
  • 8. APPENDIX 3 lists 71 items in 2 groups: Group I items (5) ‘special and outstanding’ Group II items (66) have particular qualities, but to a lesser extent.
  • 9. District Plan criteria for listing • • • • • • • Historical and Social Significance Cultural and Spiritual Significance Architectural Significance Group or Setting Significance Landmark Significance Archaeological Significance Technological and Scientific Significance
  • 10. Approximately half of the District Plan’s built heritage items are also registered by NZHPT
  • 11. But only 2 near Kamo are registered by NZHPT – Apotu Church & Mitchell House (Vinegar Hill Rd.)
  • 12. Moehau, Tuatara Drive, Kamo is classified Group II under the District Plan but is not registered by NZHPT
  • 13. A number of trees are also protected – including trees on roads & reserves
  • 14. Council is currently working with local iwi to record Sites & Places of Significance to Maori
  • 15. Providing for heritage of local significance • A ‘secondary’ schedule/list • Structure plans • Heritage or special character precincts, zones or overlays, • Heritage or urban design guidelines • Modern approaches to telling stories of the past • A combination of methods (which may include formal protection)
  • 16. Waipu: a settlement with only 5 protected items
  • 17. …..but embracing heritage in a number of other ways
  • 18. The Town Basin: heritage contributing to sense of place
  • 19. through story telling
  • 20. and tangible reminders of the past
  • 21. Onerahi & Limestone Island: themes & connections
  • 22. Themes & connections • Early Maori settlement – Limestone Island (‘Matakohe’): SSM – Pa site, NZHPT Register, Scenic Reserve • Early listed buildings – Domain Road • Primary production - kauri gum & native timber 1800s, limestone extraction • Transportation – shipping, rail & air • Coastal residential suburb – 1950s
  • 23. Kamo – where to from here?

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