Kamo’s Heritage –
Just a thing of the past?
What do special places & heritage contribute to
our district and to Kamo?
• a sense of place, identity and continuity, con...
How does the community want to
celebrate Kamo’s heritage?
a)

Do nothing; or

b) Rely on NZHPT to identify and assess item...
Statutory Obligations
Resource Management Act 1991:
• Matters of national importance including:
(f) the protection of hist...
Operative District Plan heritage
provisions

HERITAGE

Heritage
Buildings, Sites &
Objects
(Chapters 13, 58 &
Appendix 3)
...
Heritage Buildings, Sites & Objects (Built
Heritage)
• District Plan Objective : The protection & enhancement
of buildings...
Rules currently apply primarily to:
• Demolition or
destruction
• Relocation
• Additions,
alterations etc
Stone walls are
...
APPENDIX 3
lists 71 items in 2
groups:
Group I items (5)
‘special and
outstanding’
Group II items (66)
have particular
qua...
District Plan criteria for listing
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

Historical and Social Significance
Cultural and Spiritual Significance
A...
Approximately half of the District Plan’s built
heritage items are also registered by NZHPT
But only 2 near Kamo are registered by NZHPT –
Apotu Church & Mitchell House (Vinegar Hill Rd.)
Moehau, Tuatara Drive, Kamo is classified Group II
under the District Plan but is not registered by NZHPT
A number of trees are also protected –
including trees on roads & reserves
Council is currently working with local iwi to
record Sites & Places of Significance to Maori
Providing for heritage of local significance
• A ‘secondary’ schedule/list
• Structure plans
• Heritage or special charact...
Waipu: a settlement with only 5 protected items
…..but embracing heritage in a number of other
ways
The Town Basin: heritage contributing to
sense of place
through story telling
and tangible reminders of the past
Onerahi & Limestone Island:
themes & connections
Themes & connections
• Early Maori settlement – Limestone Island
(‘Matakohe’): SSM – Pa site, NZHPT
Register, Scenic Reser...
Kamo – where to from here?
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Kamo's Heritage - Just a Thing of the Past?

  1. 1. Kamo’s Heritage – Just a thing of the past?
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 10. Approximately half of the District Plan’s built heritage items are also registered by NZHPT
  11. 11. But only 2 near Kamo are registered by NZHPT – Apotu Church & Mitchell House (Vinegar Hill Rd.)
  12. 12. Moehau, Tuatara Drive, Kamo is classified Group II under the District Plan but is not registered by NZHPT
  13. 13. A number of trees are also protected – including trees on roads & reserves
  14. 14. Council is currently working with local iwi to record Sites & Places of Significance to Maori
  15. 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. 16. Waipu: a settlement with only 5 protected items
  17. 17. …..but embracing heritage in a number of other ways
  18. 18. The Town Basin: heritage contributing to sense of place
  19. 19. through story telling
  20. 20. and tangible reminders of the past
  21. 21. Onerahi & Limestone Island: themes & connections
  22. 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. 23. Kamo – where to from here?
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