We take our obligations under Pouhere Taonga Heritage New Zealand Act 2014 seriously. This page has links to our Archaeological Management Plan.
We value our city’s archaeology and are committed to meeting our legal obligations under the Pouhere Taonga Heritage New Zealand Act 2014. To ensure NCC's minor road works within the city centre don’t destroy any archaeological remains, we've been granted a Global Archaeological Authority. This Authority and its accompanying Management Plan (673 KB), set out the areas of high to low risk in the city and provides appropriate management practices for each of these areas.
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