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Plan section
Provision
S42A Topics
Entire Plan Entire Plan Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
1 Introduction Introduction Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
1 Introduction 1.1 Overview of the Wellington Region Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
1 Introduction 1.2 Mahitahi - a work in partnership Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
1 Introduction 1.3 Guiding principles of Te Upoko Taiao Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
1 Introduction 1.4 Integrated catchment management Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
1 Introduction 1.5 Factors shaping this Plan Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
1 Introduction 1.5.1 Statutory framework Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
1 Introduction 1.5.2 Community views, scientific and technical information - identifying issues Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
1 Introduction 1.6 Values of water in the Plan Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation 2. Interpretation Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation 2.1 How to use this Plan Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation 2.1.1 Objectives Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation 2.1.2 Policies Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation 2.1.3 Rules Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation 2.1.4 Other methods Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation 2.1.5 Whaitua chapters Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation 2.1.6 Definitions, schedules and maps Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation 2.2 Definitions Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Cultural impact assessment Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
2 Interpretation Huanga Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Kaupapa Maori Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Ki uta ki tai Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Mahinga kai Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Mana Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Mana whenua Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Maori customary use Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Matauranga Maori Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Mauri Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation National electricity grid Beneficial use and development
2 Interpretation Nga Taonga Nui a Kiwa Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
2 Interpretation Nga Taonga Nui a Kiwa Huanga (tohu/attributes) Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
2 Interpretation Offset Beneficial use and development
2 Interpretation Qualifying development Beneficial use and development
2 Interpretation Regionally significant infrastructure Beneficial use and development
2 Interpretation Renewable energy generation activities Beneficial use and development
2 Interpretation Reverse sensitivity Beneficial use and development
2 Interpretation Rongoa Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Special housing area Beneficial use and development
2 Interpretation Strategic Transport Network Beneficial use and development
2 Interpretation Taonga species Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Tikanga Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Tohu Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Tupuna Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Upgrade Beneficial use and development
2 Interpretation Waka Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Waka ama Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Whaitua Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Whaitua Implementation Programme Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Whakapapa Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
2 Interpretation Whanaungatanga Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives 3. Objectives Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives 3.1 Ki uta ki tai: mountains to the sea Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives Objective O1: Ki uta ki tai Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives Objective O2: Importance of land and water Beneficial use and development
3 Objectives Objective O3: Mauri Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives Objective O4: Intrinsic values Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives Objective O5: Fresh and coastal water Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives 3.2 Beneficial use and development Beneficial use and development
3 Objectives Objective O6: Health needs of people Beneficial use and development
3 Objectives Objective O7: Water for livestock Beneficial use and development
3 Objectives Objective O8: Allocation regime Beneficial use and development
3 Objectives Objective O9: Recreational values Beneficial use and development
3 Objectives Objective O10: Public access Beneficial use and development
3 Objectives Objective O11: Maori customary use Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives Objective O12: Benefits of regionally significant infrastructure Beneficial use and development
3 Objectives Objective O13: Protecting regionally significant infrastructure Beneficial use and development
3 Objectives 3.3 Maori Relationships Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives Objective O14: Maori relationships Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives Objective O15: Kaitiakitanga Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
3 Objectives Objective O16: Nga Taonga Nui a Kiwa Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
3 Objectives Objective O33: Significant mana whenua values Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
4 Policies 4. Policies Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies 4.1 Ki uta ki tai and integrated catchment management Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P1: Ki uta ki tai and integrated catchment management Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P2: Cross-boundary matters Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P3: Precautionary approach Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P4: Minimising adverse effects Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P5: Review of existing consents Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P6: Synchronised expiry and review dates Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies 4.2 Beneficial use and development Beneficial use and development
4 Policies Policy P7: Uses of land and water Beneficial use and development
4 Policies Policy P8: Beneficial activities Beneficial use and development
4 Policies Policy P9: Public access to and along the coastal marine area and the beds of lakes and rivers Beneficial use and development
4 Policies Policy P11: In-stream water storage Beneficial use and development
4 Policies Policy P12: Benefits of regionally significant infrastructure and renewable electricity generation facilities Beneficial use and development
4 Policies Policy P13: Existing regionally significant infrastructure and renewable electricity generation facilities Beneficial use and development
4 Policies Policy P14: Incompatible activities adjacent to regionally significant infrastructure and renewable electricity generation activities Beneficial use and development
4 Policies Policy P15: Flood protection activities Beneficial use and development
4 Policies Policy P16: New flood protection and erosion control Beneficial use and development
4 Policies 4.3 Maori relationships Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P17: Mauri Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P18: Mana whenua relationships with Nga Taonga Nui a Kiwa Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
4 Policies Policy P19: Maori values Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P20: Exercise of kaitiakitanga Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P21: Statutory acknowledgements Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
4 Policies Policy P44: Protection and restoration of sites with significant mana whenua values Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
4 Policies Policy P45: Managing adverse effects on sites with significant mana whenua values Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
5 Rules 5. Rules Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
6 Methods 6. Methods Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
6 Methods 6.1 General Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
6 Methods Method M1: Regional plan implementation and integration Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
6 Methods Method M2: Kaitiaki information and monitoring strategy Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
6 Methods Method M6: National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management strategy Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
6 Methods 6.13 Mana whenua Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
6 Methods Method M25: Understanding and providing for mana whenua values and relationships Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
6 Methods Method M26: Encouraging the involvement of kaitiaki Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
6 Methods 6.14 Contact recreation and Maori customary use Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
12 Schedules 12 Schedules Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
12 Schedules Schedule B: Nga Taonga Nui a Kiwa Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
12 Schedules Schedule C: Sites with significant mana whenua values Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
12 Schedules Schedule C1: Sites of significance to Nga Hapu o Otaki Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
12 Schedules Schedule C2: Sites of significance to Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
12 Schedules Schedule C3: Sites of significance to Ngati Toa Rangatira Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
12 Schedules Schedule C4: Sites of significance to Taranaki Whanui ki te Upoko o te Ika a Maui Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
12 Schedules Schedule C5: Sites of significance to Ngati Kahungunu ki Wairarapa and Rangitane o Wairarapa Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
12 Schedules Schedule D: Statutory Acknowledgements Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
12 Schedules Schedule D1: Statutory acknowledgements from the Port Nicholson Block (Taranaki Whanui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika) Claims Settlement Act 2009 Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
12 Schedules Schedule D2: Statutory acknowledgements from the Ngati Toa Rangatira Claims Settlement Act 2014 Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
13 Maps 13 Maps Overall policy framework of the proposed plan
13 Maps Map 2: Nga Taonga Nui a Kiwa (Schedule B) Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
13 Maps Map 3: Sites of significance to Nga Hapu o Otaki (Schedule C1) Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
13 Maps Map 4: Sites of significance to Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai (Schedule C2) Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
13 Maps Map 5: Sites of significance to Ngati Toa Rangatira (Schedule C3) Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
13 Maps Map 6: Sites of significance to Taranaki Whanui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika o Maui (Schedule C4) Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
13 Maps Map 7: Sites of significance to Ngati Kahungunu ki Wairarapa and Rangitane o Wairarapa (Schedule C5) Areas and sites with significant mana whenua values
Plan section
Provision
S42A Topics
2 Interpretation Agrichemical Air quality management
2 Interpretation Biogas Air quality management
2 Interpretation Break-feeding Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
2 Interpretation Category 1 surface water body Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
2 Interpretation Category 2 surface water body Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
2 Interpretation Crematoria Air quality management
2 Interpretation Cultivation Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
2 Interpretation Dairy cows Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
2 Interpretation Domestic fire Air quality management
2 Interpretation Earthworks Soil conservation
2 Interpretation Erosion prone land Soil conservation
2 Interpretation Frost prevention device Air quality management
2 Interpretation Fumigant Air quality management
2 Interpretation Hazardous air pollutant Air quality management
2 Interpretation Large scale generator Air quality management
2 Interpretation Livestock Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
2 Interpretation Mobile sources Air quality management
2 Interpretation Open fire Air quality management
2 Interpretation Outdoor burning Air quality management
2 Interpretation Plantation forestry harvesting Soil conservation
2 Interpretation Polluted airshed Air quality management
2 Interpretation Property Air quality management
2 Interpretation Sensitive activity Air quality management
2 Interpretation Sensitive area Air quality management
2 Interpretation Specified materials Air quality management
2 Interpretation Stabilised Soil conservation
2 Interpretation Stock crossing point Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
2 Interpretation Vegetation clearance Soil conservation
2 Interpretation Zone of reasonable mixing Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
3 Objectives Objective O27: Riparian margins Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
3 Objectives 3.8 Air Air quality management
3 Objectives Objective O39: Ambient air quality Air quality management
3 Objectives Objective O40: Adverse air quality Air quality management
3 Objectives Objective O41: Nuisance discharges to air Air quality management
3 Objectives 3.9 Soil Soil conservation
3 Objectives Objective O42: Soil health and erosion Soil conservation
3 Objectives 3.10 Land Use Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
3 Objectives Objective O44: Land use impacts on soil and water Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
3 Objectives Objective O45: Livestock access to waterbodies Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
3 Objectives Objective O47: Sediment runoff Soil conservation
4 Policies 4.7 Air quality Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P52: Managing ambient air quality Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P53: Domestic fires Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P54: Open fires Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P55: Managing air amenity Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P56: Outdoor burning Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P57: Burning of specified materials Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P58: Industrial discharges Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P59: Industrial point source discharges Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P60: Agrichemicals and fumigants Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P61: National Environmental Standard for Air Quality Air quality management
4 Policies Policy P72: Zone of reasonable mixing Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
4 Policies Policy P97: Managing sediment discharges Soil conservation
4 Policies Policy P98: Accelerated soil erosion Soil conservation
4 Policies Policy P99: Livestock access to surface water bodies Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
4 Policies Policy P100: Riparian margins for cultivation and break-feeding Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
4 Policies Policy P101: Management of riparian margins Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
5 Rules 5.1 Air quality rules Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.2 Outdoor Burning Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R1: Outdoor burning - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R2: Frost prevention devices - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R3: Outdoor burning for firefighter training - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R4: Pyrotechnics - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R5: Outdoor burning of specified materials - prohibited activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.3 Domestic fires Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R6: Fuels prohibited in domestic fires - prohibited activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.4 Large scale combustion activities Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R7: Natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R8: Diesel or kerosene - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R9: Biogas - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R10: Untreated wood - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R11: Coal, light fuel oil, and petroleum distillates - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R12: Emergency power generators - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R13: Fuels not permitted in large scale generators - non-complying activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.5 Chemical and metallurgical processes Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R14: Spray coating within an enclosed space - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R15: Spray coating not within an enclosed space - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R16: Printing processes - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R17: Dry cleaning - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R18: Fume cupboards - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R19: Workplace ventilation - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R20: Mechanical processing of metals - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R21: Thermal metal spraying - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R22: Metallurgical or chemical processing of metal - discretionary activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.6 Cremation and incineration Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R23: Crematoria - discretionary activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R24: Flaring of gas - discretionary activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.7  Dust generating activities Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R25: Abrasive blasting within an enclosed booth - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R26: Abrasive blasting outside an enclosed area - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R27: Handling of aggregate - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R28: Cement storage - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.8 Food, animal or plant matter manufacturing and processing Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R29: Alcoholic beverage production - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R30: Coffee roasting - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R31: Food, animal or plant matter manufacturing and processing - discretionary activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.9 Fuel storage Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R32: Petroleum storage or transfer facilities - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.10 Mobile sources Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R33: Mobile source emissions - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.11 Gas, water and wastewater processes Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R34: Gas, water and wastewater - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.12 Drying and kiln processes Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R35: Drying and heating of minerals - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.13 Ground-based and aerial applications Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R36: Agrichemicals - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R37: Agrichemicals into water - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R38: Agrichemicals not permitted - discretionary activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.14 Fumigation Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R39: Fumigation - permitted activity Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R40: Discharge of other fumigants - controlled activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.1.15 All other discharges Air quality management
5 Rules Rule R41: All other discharges - discretionary activity Air quality management
5 Rules 5.4.2 Cultivation and break-feeding Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
5 Rules Rule R94: Cultivation or tilling of land - permitted activity Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
5 Rules Rule R95: Break-feeding - permitted activity Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
5 Rules Rule R96: Cultivation and break-feeding - discretionary activity Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
5 Rules 5.4.3 Livestock exclusion Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
5 Rules Rule R97: Access to the beds of surface water bodies by livestock - permitted activity Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
5 Rules Rule R98: Livestock access to the beds of surface water bodies - discretionary activity Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
5 Rules 5.4.4 Earthworks and vegetation clearance Soil conservation
5 Rules Rule R99: Earthworks- permitted activity Soil conservation
5 Rules Rule R100: Vegetation clearance on erosion prone land - permitted activity Soil conservation
5 Rules Rule R101: Earthworks and vegetation clearance - discretionary activity Soil conservation
5 Rules 5.4.5 Plantation forestry Soil conservation
5 Rules Rule R102: Plantation forestry harvesting on erosion prone land - permitted activity Soil conservation
5 Rules Rule R103: Plantation forestry harvesting - controlled activity Soil conservation
6 Methods 6.3 Air Quality Air quality management
6 Methods Method M5: Polluted airsheds Air quality management
6 Methods Method M12: Sustainable land management practices Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
12 Schedules Schedule L: Air quality Air quality management
12 Schedules Schedule L1: Regional ambient air quality targets Air quality management
12 Schedules Schedule L2: Hazardous air pollutants Air quality management
12 Schedules Schedule O: Plantation forestry harvest plan Soil conservation
13 Maps Map 25: Masterton urban airshed Air quality management
13 Maps Map 29: Lowland areas for Category 2 surface water bodies Land use in riparian margins and stock access to water bodies
Plan section
Provision
S42A Topics
2 Interpretation Aquifer Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Bore Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Catchment management sub-unit Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Catchment management unit Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Category A groundwater Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Category B groundwater (directly connected) Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Category B groundwater (not directly connected) Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Category C groundwater Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Core allocation Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Dewatering Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Efficient allocation Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Existing resource consent Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Flushing flows Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Geotechnical investigation bore Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Groundwater directly connected to surface water Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Groundwater not directly connected to surface water Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Health needs of people Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Mean annual low flow (MALF) Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Median flow Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Minimum flow Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Minimum flow or water level Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Minimum water level Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Natural processes Natural form and function
2 Interpretation Pumping test Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Serious water shortage Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Stepdown allocation Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Supplementary allocation Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Surface water allocation Water Allocation
2 Interpretation Unused water Water Allocation
3 Objectives 3.4 Natural character, form and function Natural form and function
3 Objectives Objective O17: Natural character Natural form and function
3 Objectives Objective O19: Natural processes Natural form and function
3 Objectives Objective O32: Outstanding natural features and landscapes Natural form and function
3 Objectives Objective O36: Significant geological features Natural form and function
3 Objectives Objective O37: Significant surf breaks Natural form and function
3 Objectives Objective O38: Special amenity landscapes Natural form and function
3 Objectives 3.12 Water allocation Water Allocation
3 Objectives Objective O52: Efficient allocation Water Allocation
4 Policies 4.4 Natural form and function Natural form and function
4 Policies Policy P24: Outstanding natural character Natural form and function
4 Policies Policy P25: Natural character Natural form and function
4 Policies Policy P26: Natural processes Natural form and function
4 Policies Policy P48: Protection of outstanding natural features and landscapes Natural form and function
4 Policies Policy P49: Use and development adjacent to outstanding natural features and landscapes and special amenity landscapes Natural form and function
4 Policies Policy P50: Significant geological features Natural form and function
4 Policies Policy P51: Significant surf breaks Natural form and function
4 Policies 4.9 Taking, using, damming and diverting water Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P107: The framework for taking and using water Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P108: Integrating groundwater and surface water Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P109: Lapse dates affecting water takes Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P110: National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management requirements for water takes, damming and diversion Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P111: Water takes at minimum flows and water levels Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P112: Priorities in drought and serious water shortage Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P113: Core allocation for rivers Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P114: Priorities when demand exceeds supply Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P115: Authorising takes below minimum flows and lake levels Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P116: Reallocating water Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P117: Supplementary allocation amounts at flows above the median flow Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P118: Reasonable and efficient use Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P119: Unused water Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P120: Taking water for storage Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P121: Preventing salt water intrusion Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P122: Flow variability Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P123: Direct, cumulative adverse effects Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P124: Surface water intakes Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P125: Taking of groundwater Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P126: Site dewatering Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P127: Backflow of contaminants Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P128: Transfer of resource consents Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P129: Minimum flows and water levels Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P130: Bores Water Allocation
4 Policies Policy P131: Bores no longer required Water Allocation
5 Rules 5.6.2 Take and use of water Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R136: Take and use of water - permitted activity Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R137: Farm dairy washdown and milk-cooling water - permitted activity Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R138: Water races - permitted activity Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R139: Pumping test - permitted activity Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R140: Dewatering - permitted activity Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R141: Take and use of water not permitted - controlled activity Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R142: All other take and use - discretionary activity Water Allocation
5 Rules 5.6.3 Transferring water permits Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R143: Temporary water permit transfers - controlled activity Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R144: Transferring water permits - restricted discretionary activity Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R145: Transferring water permits - discretionary activity Water Allocation
5 Rules 5.6.4 Bore construction or alteration Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R146: Geotechnical investigation bores - permitted activity Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R147: Drilling, construction or alteration of any bore - controlled activity Water Allocation
5 Rules Rule R148: Drilling, construction or alteration of any bore - discretionary activity Water Allocation
6 Methods 6.8 Waste reduction and efficient use of water and energy Water Allocation
6 Methods Method M18: Water use groups Water Allocation
6 Methods Methods 19: Water management Water Allocation
6 Methods 6.12 Natural features and landscapes Natural form and function
6 Methods Method M24: Outstanding natural features and landscapes and high natural character Natural form and function
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua 7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua 7.1 Policies Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Policy R.P1: Minimum flows and water levels in the Ruamahanga Whaitua Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Policy R.P2: Core allocation in the Ruamahanga Whaitua Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Policy R.P3: Cumulative effects on river reaches of allocating water Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua 7.2 Rules Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Rule R.R1: Take and use of water in the Ruamahanga Whaitua - restricted discretionary activity Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Rule R.R2: Taking and using water - discretionary activity Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Rule R.R3: Take and use of water that exceeds minimum flows, lake levels or core allocation - prohibited activity Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Table 7.1: Minimum flows for rivers in the Ruamahanga River and Lake Wairarapa catchments Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Table 7.2: Minimum lake levels and minimum water levels for Lake Wairarapa Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Table 7.3: Surface water allocation amounts for rivers and groundwater directly connected to surface water in the Ruamahanga River catchments above the Lake Wairarapa outflow Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Table 7.4: Surface water allocation amounts for rivers, Lake Wairarapa and groundwater directly connected to surface water in the Lake Wairarapa catchment Water Allocation
7 Ruamahanga Whaitua Table 7.5: Groundwater allocation amounts for groundwater not directly connected to surface water in the Ruamahanga River catchment Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua 8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua 8.1 Policies Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Policy WH.P1: Minimum flows and water levels in the Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Policy WH.P2: Core allocation in the Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua 8.2 Rules Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Rule WH.R1: Take and use of water in the Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua - restricted discretionary activity Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Rule WH.R2: Taking and using water in the Wellington Habour and Hutt Valley Whaitua - discretionary activity Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Rule WH.R3: Take and use of water from outstanding rivers and lakes -non-complying activity Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Rule WH.R4: Take and use of water that exceeds minimum flows, lake levels or core allocation - prohibited activity Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Table 8.1: Minimum flows for rivers in the Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Table 8.2: Surface water allocation amounts for rivers and groundwater directly connected to surface water in the Te Awa Kairangi/Hutt River, Wainuiomata River and Orongorongo River catchments Water Allocation
8 Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Table 8.3: Groundwater allocation amounts for groundwater not directly connected to surface water in the Wellington Harbour and Hutt Valley Whaitua Water Allocation
9 Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua 9 Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua Water Allocation
9 Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua 9.1 Policy Water Allocation
9 Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua Policy P.P1: Minimum flows and water levels in Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua Water Allocation
9 Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua 9.2 Rules Water Allocation
9 Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua Rule P.R1: Take and use of water - discretionary activity Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua 10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua 10.1 Policies Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua Policy K.P1: Minimum flows and water levels in the Kapiti Coast Whaitua Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua Policy K.P2: Core allocation for rivers in the Kapiti Coast Whaitua Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua 10.2 Rules Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua Rule K.R1: Take and use of water in the Kapiti Coast Whaitua - restricted discretionary activity Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua Rule K.R2: Take and use water - discretionary activity Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua Rule K.R3: Take and use of water from outstanding rivers -non-complying activity Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua Rule K.R4: Take and use of water that exceeding minimum flows or core allocation - prohibited activity Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua Table 10.1: Minimum flows in the Kapiti Coast Whaitua Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua Table 10.2: Surface water allocation amounts for rivers and groundwater directly connected to surface water in the Kapiti Coast Whaitua Water Allocation
10 Kapiti Coast Whaitua Table 10.3: Groundwater allocation amounts for groundwater not directly connected to surface water in the Kapiti Coast Whaitua Water Allocation
11 Wairarapa Coast Whaitua 11 Wairarapa Coast Whaitua Water Allocation
11 Wairarapa Coast Whaitua 11.1 Policies Water Allocation
11 Wairarapa Coast Whaitua Policy WC.P1: Minimum flows and water levels in the Wairarapa Coast Whaitua Water Allocation
11 Wairarapa Coast Whaitua 11.2 Rules Water Allocation
11 Wairarapa Coast Whaitua Rule WC.R1: Take and use of water - discretionary activity Water Allocation
12 Schedules Schedule J: Significant geological features in the coastal marine area Natural form and function
12 Schedules Schedule K: Significant surf breaks Natural form and function
12 Schedules Schedule P: Classifying and managing groundwater and surface water connectivity Water Allocation
12 Schedules Schedule Q: Reasonable and efficient use criteria Water Allocation
12 Schedules Schedule R: Guideline for stepdown allocations Water Allocation
12 Schedules Schedule S: Guideline for measuring and reporting of water takes Water Allocation
12 Schedules Schedule T: Pumping test Water Allocation
13 Maps Map 23: Significant geological features in the coastal marine area (Schedule J) Natural form and function
13 Maps Map 24: Significant surf breaks (Schedule K) Natural form and function
Plan section
Provision
S42A Topics
2 Interpretation Anti-fouling coating Water quality
2 Interpretation Aquatic ecosystem health Water quality
2 Interpretation Biofouling Water quality
2 Interpretation Existing discharge Water quality
2 Interpretation Good management practice Water quality
2 Interpretation In-water cleaning Water quality
2 Interpretation Natural lake Water quality
2 Interpretation New discharge Water quality
2 Interpretation Point source discharge Water quality
2 Interpretation Pumped drainage scheme Water quality
2 Interpretation River class Water quality
2 Interpretation Significant contact recreation freshwater body Water quality
2 Interpretation Source control Stormwater
2 Interpretation Stormwater Stormwater
2 Interpretation Stormwater network Stormwater
2 Interpretation Stormwater management strategy Stormwater
2 Interpretation Sub-catchment Water quality
2 Interpretation Surface water body Water quality
2 Interpretation Tributary Water quality
2 Interpretation Water race Water quality
2 Interpretation Wastewater network Water quality
2 Interpretation Water sensitive urban design Stormwater
3 Objectives 3.5 Water Quality Water quality
3 Objectives Objective O23: Maintain or improve water quality Water quality
3 Objectives Objective O24: Contact recreation and Maori customary use Water quality
3 Objectives Objective O25: Aquatic ecosystem health and mahinga kai Water quality
3 Objectives Objective O26: Mahinga kai Water quality
3 Objectives 3.11 Discharges Water quality
3 Objectives Objective O48: Stormwater networks Stormwater
3 Objectives Objective O50: Wastewater discharges to fresh water Water quality
4 Policies Policy P10: Contact recreation and Maori customary use Water quality
4 Policies 4.8 Discharges to land and water Water quality
4 Policies Policy P62: Promoting discharges to land Water quality
4 Policies Policy P63: Improving water quality for contact recreation and Maori customary use Water quality
4 Policies Policy P64: Mixing waters Water quality
4 Policies Policy P65: Minimising effects of nutrient discharges Water quality
4 Policies Policy P66: National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management requirements for discharge consents Water quality
4 Policies Policy P67: Minimising effects of discharges Water quality
4 Policies Policy P68: Inappropriate discharges to water Water quality
4 Policies Policy P70: Managing point source discharges for aquatic ecosystem health and mahinga kai Water quality
4 Policies Policy P71: Quality of discharges Water quality
4 Policies Policy P73: Minimising adverse effects of stormwater discharges Stormwater
4 Policies Policy P74: First-stage local authority network consents Stormwater
4 Policies Policy P75: Second-stage local authority network consents Stormwater
4 Policies Policy P76: Minimising wastewater and stormwater interactions Stormwater
4 Policies Policy P77: Assessing resource consents to discharge stormwater containing wastewater Stormwater
4 Policies Policy P78: Managing stormwater from large sites Stormwater
4 Policies Policy P79: Managing land use impacts on stormwater Stormwater
4 Policies Policy P80: Replacing wastewater discharge consents Water quality
4 Policies Policy P81: Minimising and improving wastewater discharges Water quality
4 Policies Policy P82: Mana whenua values and wastewater discharges Water quality
4 Policies Policy P83: Avoiding new wastewater discharges to fresh water Water quality
4 Policies Policy P86: Discharge of wastewater from vessels Water quality
4 Policies Policy P87: Minimising adverse effects of wastewater discharges from vessels and offshore installations Water quality
4 Policies Policy P88: Bio foul cleaning Water quality
5 Rules 5.2 Discharges to water rules Water quality
5 Rules 5.2.2 Water discharges Water quality
5 Rules Rule R42: Minor discharges - permitted activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R43: Water to water - permitted activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R44: Pool and spa pool water - permitted activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R45: Potable water - permitted activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R46: Dye or salt tracer - permitted activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R47: Other dye or salt tracer - controlled activity Water quality
5 Rules 5.2.3 Stormwater Stormwater
5 Rules Rule R48: Stormwater from an individual property - permitted activity Stormwater
5 Rules Rule R49: Stormwater to land - permitted activity Stormwater
5 Rules Rule R50: Stormwater from a local authority network at plan notification - controlled activity Stormwater
5 Rules Rule R51: Stormwater from a local authority network two years after public notification - restricted discretionary activity Stormwater
5 Rules Rule R52: Stormwater from large sites - restricted discretionary activity Stormwater
5 Rules Rule R53: All other stormwater - discretionary activity Stormwater
5 Rules 5.2.5 Water races and pumped drainage schemes Water quality
5 Rules Rule R58: Water races - discretionary activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R59: Existing pumped drainage schemes Water quality
5 Rules Rule R60: All other pumped drainage schemes - discretionary activity Water quality
5 Rules 5.2.6 Wastewater Water quality
5 Rules Rule R61: Existing wastewater - discretionary activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R62: New wastewater to fresh water - non-complying activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R63: Wastewater from ships and offshore installations - permitted activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R64: Wastewater from ships and offshore installations - non-complying activity Water quality
5 Rules 5.2.7 Biofoul cleaning Water quality
5 Rules Rule R65: In-water biofoul cleaning - permitted activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R66: In-water biofoul cleaning - discretionary activity Water quality
5 Rules 5.2.8 All other discharges Water quality
5 Rules Rule R67: Discharges inside sites of significance - non complying activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R68: All other discharges - discretionary activity Water quality
5 Rules Rule R69: Minor contaminants - permitted activity Water quality
6 Methods 6.4 Land and water Water quality
6 Methods Method M8: Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour restoration Water quality
6 Methods Method M10: Water quality investigations and remediation actions Water quality
6 Methods 6.5 Rural land use Water quality
6 Methods Method M11: Assessment and reporting of Wellington Regional Council works, operations and services for integrated catchment management Water quality
6 Methods Method M13: Wairarapa water races Water quality
6 Methods 6.6 Stormwater Stormwater
6 Methods Method M15: Regional stormwater working group Stormwater
6 Methods Method M27: Improving water quality in priority water bodies Water quality
6 Methods 6.15 Good management practice Water quality
6 Methods Method M28: Development of good management practice guidelines. Water quality
12 Schedules Schedule H: Contact recreation and Maori customary use Water quality
12 Schedules Schedule H1: Regionally significant primary contact recreation water bodies Water quality
12 Schedules Schedule H2: Priorities for improvement of fresh and coastal water quality for contact recreation and Maori customary use Water quality
12 Schedules Schedule N: Stormwater management strategy Stormwater
13 Maps Map 20: Significant primary contact recreation rivers and lakes (Schedule H) Water quality
13 Maps Map 21a: Modelled river classes - upper Wairarapa valley catchments (Table 3.1) Water quality
13 Maps Map 21b: Modelled river classes - middle Wairarapa valley catchments (Table 3.1) Water quality
13 Maps Map 21c: Modelled river classes - Lake Wairarapa and lower valley catchments (Table 3.1) Water quality
13 Maps Map 21d: Modelled river classes - Wellington Hutt Valley and Wainuiomata catchments (Table 3.1) Water quality
13 Maps Map 21e: Modelled river classes - Kapiti Coast catchments (Table 3.1) Water quality
13 Maps Map 28: Water races in the Wairarapa Water quality
Plan section
Provision
S42A Topics
2 Interpretation Active bed (rivers and streams) Beds of lakes and rivers
2 Interpretation Actively growing vegetation Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Animal effluent Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Artificial farm drainage canal Beds of lakes and rivers
2 Interpretation Beach recontouring (beds of rivers) Beds of lakes and rivers
2 Interpretation Biodiversity offset Wetlands and biodiversity
2 Interpretation Biosolids Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Catchment based flood and erosion risk management activities Beds of lakes and rivers
2 Interpretation Cleanfill material Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Community drinking water supply Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Community drinking water supply protection area Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Compost Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Composting toilet Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Contaminated land Contaminated land and hazardous substances
2 Interpretation Deficit irrigation Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Distribution uniformity Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Drain Beds of lakes and rivers
2 Interpretation Emerging contaminants Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Ephemeral flow path Beds of lakes and rivers
2 Interpretation Fallow land Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Farm refuse dump Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Fertiliser Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Field capacity Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Greywater Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Group drinking water supply Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Gully Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Hazardous substances Contaminated land and hazardous substances
2 Interpretation Hazardous waste Contaminated land and hazardous substances
2 Interpretation High risk soils Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Highly modified river or stream Beds of lakes and rivers
2 Interpretation Low energy receiving environments Wetlands and biodiversity
2 Interpretation Low pressure spray irrigation Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Natural wetland Wetlands and biodiversity
2 Interpretation Offal pit Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation On-site domestic wastewater treatment and discharge system Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Outstanding natural wetland Wetlands and biodiversity
2 Interpretation Pit latrine Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Reclamation Beds of lakes and rivers
2 Interpretation Residual adverse effects Wetlands and biodiversity
2 Interpretation Restoration Wetlands and biodiversity
2 Interpretation Restoration management plan Wetlands and biodiversity
2 Interpretation Saturated hydraulic conductivity Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Significant natural wetland Wetlands and biodiversity
2 Interpretation Silage Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Sludge Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Soil moisture deficit Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Vegetative bank edge protection Beds of lakes and rivers
2 Interpretation Vertebrate toxic agent Discharges to Land
2 Interpretation Wairarapa Moana Beds of lakes and rivers
2 Interpretation Wastewater Discharges to Land
3 Objectives Objective O18: Low energy receiving environments Wetlands and biodiversity
3 Objectives 3.6 Biodiversity, aquatic ecosystem health and mahinga kai Wetlands and biodiversity
3 Objectives Objective O28: Extent of wetlands Wetlands and biodiversity
3 Objectives Objective O29: Fish passage Wetlands and biodiversity
3 Objectives Objective O30: Trout Wetlands and biodiversity
3 Objectives 3.7 Sites with significant values Wetlands and biodiversity
3 Objectives Objective O31: Outstanding water bodies Wetlands and biodiversity
3 Objectives Objective O35: Significant indigenous biodiversity values Wetlands and biodiversity
3 Objectives Objective O43: Contaminated land Contaminated land and hazardous substances
3 Objectives Objective O46: Discharges to land Discharges to Land
3 Objectives Objective O49: Wastewater discharges to land Discharges to Land
3 Objectives Objective O51: Hazardous substances Contaminated land and hazardous substances
4 Policies Policy P22: Ecosystem values of estuaries Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P23: Restoring Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour, Wellington Harbour (Port Nicholson), and Lake Wairarapa Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies 4.5 Biodiversity, aquatic ecosystem health and mahinga kai Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P31: Aquatic ecosystem health and mahinga kai Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P32: Adverse effects on aquatic ecosystem health and mahinga kai Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P33: Protecting indigenous fish habitat Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P34: Fish passage Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P35: Restoring fish passage Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P36: Effects on indigenous bird habitat Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P37: Values of wetlands Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P38: Restoration of wetlands Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies 4.6 Sites with significant values Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P39: Adverse effects on outstanding water bodies Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P40: Ecosystems and habitats with significant indigenous biodiversity values Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P41: Managing adverse effects on ecosystems and habitats with significant indigenous biodiversity values Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P42: Protecting and restoring ecosystems and habitats with significant indigenous biodiversity values Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P43: Restoration and management plans Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P69: Human drinking water supplies Discharges to Land
4 Policies Policy P84: On-site domestic wastewater management Discharges to Land
4 Policies Policy P85: Biosolids and treated wastewater to land Discharges to Land
4 Policies Policy P89: Discharges from contaminated land Contaminated land and hazardous substances
4 Policies Policy P90: Discharges of hazardous substances Contaminated land and hazardous substances
4 Policies Policy P91: Landfills Discharges to Land
4 Policies Policy P92: Discharges from hydraulic fracturing Discharges to Land
4 Policies Policy P93: Disposal of hydraulic fracturing chemicals or materials Discharges to Land
4 Policies Policy P94: Discharge of collected animal effluent Discharges to Land
4 Policies Policy P95: Discharges to land Discharges to Land
4 Policies Policy P96: Managing land use Discharges to Land
4 Policies Policy P102: Reclamation or drainage of the beds of lakes and rivers Beds of lakes and rivers
4 Policies Policy P103: Management of gravel extraction Beds of lakes and rivers
4 Policies Policy P104: Effects on catchment-based flood and erosion control activities Beds of lakes and rivers
4 Policies Policy P105: Protecting trout habitat Wetlands and biodiversity
4 Policies Policy P106: Management of plants in the beds of lakes and rivers Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules 5.2.4 Contaminated land and hazardous substances Contaminated land and hazardous substances
5 Rules Rule R54: Site investigation - permitted activity Contaminated land and hazardous substances
5 Rules Rule R55: Discharges from contaminated land - permitted activity Contaminated land and hazardous substances
5 Rules Rule R56: Discharges from contaminated land - discretionary activity Contaminated land and hazardous substances
5 Rules Rule R57: Discharge of hazardous substances - non-complying activity Contaminated land and hazardous substances
5 Rules 5.3.2 Discharge of contaminants Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R70: Cleanfill material - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R71: Pit latrine - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R72: Composting toilets - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R73: Greywater - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R74: Existing on-site wastewater systems - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R75: New or upgraded on-site wastewater systems - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R76: New or upgraded on-site wastewater systems within community drinking water supply protection areas - controlled activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules 5.3.3 Biosolids Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R77: Application of Aa biosolids to land - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R78: Application of biosolids (Ab, Ba, or Bb) to land - restricted discretionary activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules 5.3.4 Treated wastewater Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R79: Discharge of treated wastewater - controlled activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R80: Discharge of treated wastewater - restricted discretionary activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules 5.3.5 Drinking water treatment plant waste Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R81: Drinking water treatment plant supernatant waste - controlled activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules 5.3.6 Fertiliser and animal effluent Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R82: Application of fertiliser from ground-based or aerial application - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R83: Discharge of collected animal effluent onto or into land - controlled activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R84: Discharge of collected animal effluent to water - non complying activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R85: Application of compost to land - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R86: Application of compost to land - restricted discretionary activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules 5.3.7 Vertebrate toxic agents Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R87: Land-based discharge of vertebrate toxic agents - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R88: Aerial application of vertebrate toxic agents - controlled activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules 5.3.8 Refuse, silage and compost Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R89: Farm refuse dumps - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R90: Manufacture and storage of silage and compost - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R91: Offal pit - permitted activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R92: All discharges to land within community drinking water protection areas - restricted discretionary activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules 5.3.9 All other discharges Discharges to Land
5 Rules Rule R93: All other discharges to land - discretionary activity Discharges to Land
5 Rules 5.5.3 Activities in wetlands Wetlands and biodiversity
5 Rules 5.5.2 Wetlands general conditions Wetlands and biodiversity
5 Rules Rule R104: Structures in natural wetlands and significant natural wetlands - permitted activity Wetlands and biodiversity
5 Rules Rule R105: Planting and pest plant control in natural wetlands, significant natural wetlands and outstanding natural wetlands - permitted activity Wetlands and biodiversity
5 Rules Rule R106: Restoration of natural wetlands, significant natural wetlands and outstanding natural wetlands - controlled activity Wetlands and biodiversity
5 Rules Rule R107: Activities in natural wetlands and significant natural wetlands - discretionary activity Wetlands and biodiversity
5 Rules Rule R108: Activities in natural wetlands and significant natural wetlands - non-complying activity Wetlands and biodiversity
5 Rules Rule R109: Activities in outstanding natural wetlands - discretionary activity Wetlands and biodiversity
5 Rules Rule R110: Activities in outstanding natural wetlands - non-complying activity Wetlands and biodiversity
5 Rules Rule R111: Reclamation of outstanding natural wetlands - prohibited  activity Wetlands and biodiversity
5 Rules 5.5.4 Beds of lakes and rivers general conditions Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules 5.5.5 Activities in beds of lakes and rivers Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R112: Maintenance, repair, replacement, upgrade or use of existing structures (excluding the Barrage Gates) - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R113: Diversion of flood water by existing structures - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R114: River crossing structures - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R115: Culverts - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R116: Establishing a small dam and existing dams - permitted  activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R117: New structures - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R118: Removing or demolishing structures - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R119: Clearing flood debris and beach recontouring - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R120: Minor sand and gravel extraction - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R121: Maintenance of drains - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R122: Removing vegetation - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R123: Planting - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R124: Entry or passage over bed (excluding livestock access) - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R125: Structures within a site identified in Schedule C (mana whenua) - restricted discretionary activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules 5.5.6 Reclamation and placement of a dam Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R126: Placement of a dam in an outstanding water body - non-complying activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R127: Reclamation of the beds of rivers or lakes - non-complying activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R128: Reclamation of the bed of an outstanding lake and associated diversion - prohibited activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R129: All other activities in river and lake beds - discretionary  activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules 5.5.8 Damming and diverting water Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R130: Diversion of groundwater - permitted activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R131: Damming or diverting water within or from rivers - discretionary activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R132: Damming or diverting water within or from rivers - non complying activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R133: Damming or diverting water within or from natural lakes - discretionary activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R134: Damming or diverting water within or from natural lakes, Lake Kohangatera or Lake Kohangapiripiri - non-complying activity Beds of lakes and rivers
5 Rules Rule R135: General rule for taking, use, damming and diverting water - discretionary activity Beds of lakes and rivers
6 Methods Method M7: Outstanding water bodies Wetlands and biodiversity
6 Methods Method M9: Wairarapa Moana Wetlands and biodiversity
6 Methods Method M14: Maintenance of drains Beds of lakes and rivers
6 Methods 6.7 Contaminated land Contaminated land and hazardous substances
6 Methods Method M16: Contaminated land Contaminated land and hazardous substances
6 Methods Method M17: Reduce waste and use water and energy efficiently Discharges to Land
6 Methods 6.9 Biodiversity Wetlands and biodiversity
6 Methods Method M20: Wetlands Wetlands and biodiversity
6 Methods Method M21: Fish passage Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule A: Outstanding water bodies Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule A1: Rivers with outstanding indigenous ecosystem values Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule A2: Lakes with outstanding indigenous ecosystem values Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule A3: Wetlands with outstanding indigenous biodiversity values Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F: Ecosystems and habitats with significant indigenous biodiversity values Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F1: Rivers and lakes with significant indigenous ecosystems Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F1a: Known spawning and migration times for indigenous fish species Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F1b: Known rivers and parts of the coastal marine area with inanga spawning habitat Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F1c: Lakes with significant aquatic plant communities Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F2: Habitats for indigenous birds Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F2a: Habitats for indigenous birds in rivers Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F2b: Habitats for indigenous birds in lakes Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F2c: Habitats for indigenous birds in the coastal marine area Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F3: Identified significant natural wetlands Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F3a: Contents of restoration management plans Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F4: Sites with significant indigenous biodiversity values in the coastal marine area Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule F5: Habitats with significant indigenous biodiversity values in the coastal marine area Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule G: Principles to be applied when proposing and considering mitigation and offsetting in relation to biodiversity Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule I: Important trout fishery rivers and spawning waters Wetlands and biodiversity
12 Schedules Schedule M: Community drinking water supply abstraction points Discharges to Land
12 Schedules Schedule M1: Surface water community drinking water supply abstraction points Discharges to Land
12 Schedules Schedule M2: Groundwater community drinking water supply abstraction points Discharges to Land
13 Maps Map 1: Outstanding water bodies (Schedule A1, A2, A3) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 13a: Rivers and lakes with significant indigenous ecosystems: high macroinvertebrate community health (Schedule F1) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 13b: Rivers and lakes with significant indigenous ecosystems: habitat for indigenous threatened/at risk fish species (Schedule F1) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 13c: Rivers and lakes with significant indigenous ecosystems: habitat for six or more migratory indigenous fish species (Schedule F1) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 14: Known rivers and parts of the coastal marine area with inanga spawning habitat (Schedule F1b) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 15: Lakes with significant aquatic plant communities (Schedule F1c) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 16: Habitats for indigenous birds in rivers (Schedule F2a) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 17: Habitats for indigenous birds in lakes (Schedule F2b) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 18: Habitats for indigenous birds in the coastal marine area (Schedule F2c) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 19: Sites with significant indigenous biodiversity values in the coastal marine area (Schedule F4) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 22: Trout fishery rivers and trout spawning waters (Schedule I) Wetlands and biodiversity
13 Maps Map 26: Surface water community drinking water supply protection areas (incorporates Schedule M1) Discharges to Land
13 Maps Map 27a: Groundwater community drinking water supply protection areas - Wairarapa (incorporates Schedule M2) Discharges to Land
13 Maps Map 27b: Groundwater community drinking water supply protection areas - Hutt Valley (incorporates Schedule M2) Discharges to Land
13 Maps Map 27c: Groundwater community drinking water supply protection areas - Kapiti Coast (incorporates Schedule M2) Discharges to Land
Plan section
Provision
S42A Topics
2 Interpretation Active beach (coastal marine area) Coast
2 Interpretation Beach recontouring (coastal marine area) Coast
2 Interpretation Coastal restoration plan Coast
2 Interpretation Common marine and coastal area Coast
2 Interpretation Commercial Port Area Coast
2 Interpretation Disposal Coast
2 Interpretation Functional need Coast
2 Interpretation Hard engineering Natural Hazards
2 Interpretation Harbour and pilotage limit Coast
2 Interpretation Hazard management strategy Natural Hazards
2 Interpretation High hazard areas (also known as areas at high risk from natural hazards) Natural Hazards
2 Interpretation Lambton Harbour Area Coast
2 Interpretation Motor vehicle Coast
2 Interpretation Navigation protection areas Coast
2 Interpretation Noise sensitive activities Coast
2 Interpretation Operational requirement Coast
2 Interpretation Port Noise Control Line Coast
2 Interpretation Port related activities Coast
2 Interpretation Residual risk Natural Hazards
2 Interpretation Risk Natural Hazards
2 Interpretation Risk-based approach (natural hazards) Natural Hazards
2 Interpretation Soft engineering Natural Hazards
2 Interpretation Storm surge Natural Hazards
2 Interpretation Temporary structure Coast
3 Objectives Objective O20: Risk from natural hazards Natural Hazards
3 Objectives Objective O21:High hazard areas Natural Hazards
3 Objectives Objective O22: Hard engineering Natural Hazards
3 Objectives Objective O34: Significant historic heritage values Significant historic heritage values
3 Objectives 3.13 Coastal management Coast
3 Objectives Objective O53: Functional need in the coastal marine area Coast
3 Objectives Objective O54: Use and development in the coastal marine area Coast
3 Objectives Objective O55: Public open space Coast
3 Objectives Objective O56: New development in the coastal marine area Coast
3 Objectives Objective O57: Use and development in Lambton Harbour Area Coast
3 Objectives Objective O58: Noise and underwater noise Coast
3 Objectives Objective O59: Passage of vessels and aircraft Coast
4 Policies Policy P27: High hazard areas Natural Hazards
4 Policies Policy P28: Hazard mitigation measures Natural Hazards
4 Policies Policy P29: Climate change Natural Hazards
4 Policies Policy P30: Natural buffers Natural Hazards
4 Policies Policy P46: Managing adverse effects on sites with significant historic heritage value Significant historic heritage values
4 Policies Policy P47: Appropriate demolition Significant historic heritage values
4 Policies Coastal Management Coast
4 Policies Policy P132: Functional need and efficient use Coast
4 Policies Policy P133: Recreational values Coast
4 Policies Policy P134: Public open space values and visual amenity Coast
4 Policies Policy P135: Safe passage Coast
4 Policies Policy P136: Hutt Valley aquifer zone in Wellington Harbour (Port Nicholson) Coast
4 Policies Policy P137: Airport height restriction areas Coast
4 Policies Policy P138: Structures in sites with significant values Coast
4 Policies Policy P139: Seawalls Coast
4 Policies Policy P140: Boatshed Management Areas Coast
4 Policies Policy P141: Boatsheds Coast
4 Policies Policy P142: Lambton Harbour Area Coast
4 Policies Policy P143: Deposition in a site of significance Coast
4 Policies Policy P144: Dumping in a site with significant values Coast
4 Policies Policy P145: Reclamation, drainage and destruction Coast
4 Policies Policy P146: Introduction of pest plants Coast
4 Policies Policy P147: Motor vehicles on the foreshore Coast
4 Policies Policy P148: Motor vehicles in sites with significant value Coast
4 Policies Policy P149: Protection of the Titahi Bay fossil forest Coast
4 Policies Policy P150: Noise and lighting Coast
4 Policies Policy P151: Underwater noise Coast
5 Rules 5.7 Coastal management rules Coast
5 Rules 5.7.2 Coastal management general conditions Coast
5 Rules 5.7.3 Maintenance, repair, additions and alterations to existing structures Coast
5 Rules Rule R149: Maintenance or repair of structures - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R150: Minor additions or alterations to structures - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R151: Additions or alterations to structures - controlled activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.4 Removal or demolition of structures Coast
5 Rules Rule R152: Removal or demolition of structures or part of a structure - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R153: Removal or demolition of a structures or part of a structure - restricted  discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.5 New and replacement structures (including temporary structures) Coast
5 Rules Rule R154: New temporary structures outside sites of significance - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R155: New temporary structures - restricted discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R156: New or replacement navigation aids - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R157: New or replacement structures for scientific or education purposes - controlled activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R158: Structures in airport height restriction areas or navigation protection areas for airport/navigation purposes  or navigation protection areas - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R159: Structures in airport height restriction areas or navigation protection areas - prohibited activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R160: Structures and disturbance associated with motor vehicles inside the Cook Strait Cable Protection Zone - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R161: New structures, additions or alterations to structures outside sites of significance - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R162: New structures, additions or alterations to structures inside sites of significance - non-complying activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R163: Replacement of structure or parts of structures - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R164: Replacement of structures - restricted discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.6 Seawalls Coast
5 Rules Rule R165: Additions or alterations to existing seawalls - controlled activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R166: Seawalls outside sites of significance - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R167: Seawalls inside sites of significance - non-complying activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.7 Heritage structures Coast
5 Rules Rule R168: Alteration of structures identified in Schedule E2 or Schedule E3 - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R169: Additions or alterations to structures identified in Schedule E1 and or Schedule E2 - restricted discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R170: Additions to structures identified in Schedule E3 - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R171: Additions or alterations to structures identified in Schedule E1, Schedule E2 or Schedule E3 - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R172: Removal, demolition or replacement of a structure or part of a structure identified in Schedule E1, Schedule E2 or Schedule E3 - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.8 Structures in the Commercial Port Area Coast
5 Rules Rule R173: Additions or alterations to structures inside the Commercial Port Area - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R174: Additions or alterations to structures inside the Commercial Port Area - controlled activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R175: New structures associated with passenger and cargo handling inside the Commercial Port Area - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.9 Boatsheds and swing moorings Coast
5 Rules Rule R176: Use of boatsheds - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R177: Change of use of boatsheds - non-complying activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R178: New boatsheds inside Boatshed Management Areas - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R179: New boatsheds outside Boatshed Management Areas - non-complying activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R180: New swing moorings inside Mooring Areas -  permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R181: New swing moorings outside Mooring Areas - non complying activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.10 Occupation Coast
5 Rules Rule R182: Occupation of space by a structure owned by a network utility operator - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R183: Renewal of existing resource consents for occupation of space by structures - controlled activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R184: Occupation of space - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.11 Surface water and foreshore activities Coast
5 Rules Rule R185: General surface water and foreshore activities - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R186: General surface water and foreshore activities - restricted discretionary Coast
5 Rules Rule R187: General surface water and foreshore activities - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.12 General disturbance activities Coast
5 Rules Rule R188: Minor disturbances - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R189: Clearance of stormwater pipes - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R190: Launching, retrieving or temporary mooring of vessels - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R191: Disturbance associated with beach grooming - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R192: Beach recontouring for coastal restoration purposes - controlled activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R193: River and stream mouth cutting - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R194: Disturbance or damage - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R195: Disturbance or damage inside sites of significance - non complying activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.13 Motor vehicles on the foreshore Coast
5 Rules Rule R196: Motor vehicles - permitted  activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R197: Motor vehicles for certain purposes - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R198: Motor vehicles inside sites of significance - non complying activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R199: Motor vehicles in the fossil forest at Titahi Bay - prohibited activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.14 Dredging Coast
5 Rules Rule R200: Dredging for flood protection purposes or erosion mitigation - controlled activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R201: Dredging for flood protection purposes or erosion mitigation inside sites of significance - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R202: Maintenance dredging outside a Commercial Port Area or navigation protection areas - controlled activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R203: Dredging inside the Commercial Port Area and in navigation protection areas - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.15 All other destruction, damage or disturbance Coast
5 Rules Rule R204: Destruction, damage or disturbance outside sites of significance - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R205: Destruction, damage or disturbance inside sites of significance - non-complying activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.16 Desposition Coast
5 Rules Rule R206: Re-deposition of wind-blown sand - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R207: Deposition for beach renourishment - controlled activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R208: Deposition outside sites of significance - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R209: Deposition inside sites of significance - non-complying activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.17 Dumping of waste or other matter Coast
5 Rules Rule R210: Dumping of waste or other matter outside sites of significance - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R211: Dumping or storage of waste or other matter - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R212: Dumping of waste or other matter inside sites of significance - non-complying activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R213: Incineration of waste - prohibited activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.18 Reclamation and drainage Coast
5 Rules Rule R214: Reclamation and drainage for regionally significant infrastructure outside of sites of significance - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R215: Reclamation and drainage - non-complying activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.19 Destruction Coast
5 Rules Rule R216: Destruction - non-complying activity Coast
5 Rules 5.7.20 Introduction of plants Coast
5 Rules Rule R217: Planting - permitted activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R218: Planting - discretionary activity Coast
5 Rules Rule R219: Planting of pest species - prohibited activity Coast
6 Methods 6.2 Natural Hazards Natural hazards
6 Methods Method M3: Wellington regional hazards management strategy Natural hazards
6 Methods Method M4: Sea level rise Natural hazards
6 Methods 6.10 Coast Coast
6 Methods Method M22: Integrated management of the coast Coast
6 Methods 6.11 Historic heritage Significant historic heritage values
6 Methods Method M23: Archaeological discovery protocols Significant historic heritage values
12 Schedules Schedule E: Sites with significant historic heritage values Significant historic heritage values
12 Schedules Schedule E1: Historic heritage structures Significant historic heritage values
12 Schedules Schedule E2: Historic heritage wharves and boatsheds Significant historic heritage values
12 Schedules Schedule E3: Historic heritage navigation aids Significant historic heritage values
12 Schedules Schedule E4: Archaeological sites Significant historic heritage values
12 Schedules Schedule E5: Historic heritage freshwater sites Significant historic heritage values
12 Schedules Schedule U:Trigger levels for river and stream mouth cutting Coast
13 Maps Map 8: Historic heritage structures (Schedule E1) Significant historic heritage values
13 Maps Map 9: Historic heritage wharves and boatsheds (Schedule E2) Significant historic heritage values
13 Maps Map 10: Historic heritage navigation aids (Schedule E3) Significant historic heritage values
13 Maps Map 11: Archaeological sites (Schedule E4) Significant historic heritage values
13 Maps Map 12: Historic heritage freshwater sites (Schedule E5) Significant historic heritage values
13 Maps Map 30: Hutt Valley aquifer zone in Wellington Harbour (Port Nicholson) Coast
13 Maps Map 31: Boatshed areas Coast
13 Maps Map 32: Commercial port, Lambton Harbour Area & noise control lines - Lambton Harbour Coast
13 Maps Map 33: Commercial port area & noise control lines - Miramar and Burnham Wharves Coast
13 Maps Map 34: Commercial port area - Seaview Wharf Coast
13 Maps Map 35: Titahi Bay fossil forest (indicative) Coast
13 Maps Map 36: Mooring areas Wellington Harbour (Port Nicholson) - Evans Bay Coast
13 Maps Map 37: Mooring areas Wellington Harbour (Port Nicholson) - Whiorau/Lowry Bay Coast
13 Maps Map 38: Mooring areas Island Bay Coast
13 Maps Map 39: Mooring areas Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour - Onepoto Coast
13 Maps Map 40: Mooring areas Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour - Mana Coast
13 Maps Map 41: Mooring areas Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour - Pauatahanui Arm Coast
13 Maps Maps 42-48: Coastal marine area and river mouth boundaries Coast
13 Maps Map 49: Navigation protection areas in Wellington Harbour (Port Nicolson) Coast
13 Maps Map 50: Wellington International Airport height restrictions Coast
13 Maps Map 51: Kapiti Coast Airport approach gradients Coast
13 Maps Map 52: Cook Strait cable protection zone Coast