Plan effectiveness monitoring: Built heritage, Wellington City District Plan
Mason, G. & McEwan, A. (2003). Plan effectiveness monitoring: Built heritage, Wellington City District Plan. A report commissioned by Wellington City Council, February 2005. Hamilton, New Zealand: International Global Change Institute, University of Waikato.
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The goal of this project has been to assess the effectiveness of the built heritage provisions in the Wellington City District Plan. To this end, sixty nine buildings were chosen from the Plan’s Heritage List: Buildings (a sample size of around 14%), which include: 55 buildings that have had at least one resource consent granted under the District Plan. A total of 80 consents were assessed for these buildings as part of this project; 14 buildings that have had no resource consents granted. Each building was visited and an evaluation was undertaken regarding the effects of consented activities on heritage values. The effects of permitted activities (i.e. repair and maintenance) were assessed for the buildings that have no consent history. The evaluation relates only to the effects that could be viewed from the street.
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