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What the heritage schedules are

What the heritage schedules include

The Auckland Unitary Plan Operative in Part and Auckland Council District Plan include heritage schedules. These schedules contain places that are recognised as having significant heritage value to the people of Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland.

The heritage schedules include:

  • historic heritage places and areas
  • special character areas
  • notable trees
  • sites and places of significance to mana whenua.

Provisions in these plans protect these places to ensure we retain their significance.

Read the heritage schedules

Schedules in the Auckland Unitary Plan Operative in Part

All heritage schedules in the Auckland Unitary Plan Operative in Part can be read and downloaded from Chapter L of the plan.

Schedules in the Hauraki Gulf Islands section of the Auckland Council Plan

All heritage schedules in the Hauraki Gulf Islands section of the Auckland District Plan can be read and downloaded at Auckland Council District Plan - Hauraki Gulf Islands Section - heritage appendices.

How to check the provisions in the Auckland Unitary Plan Operative in Part

Download the PDFs in the Auckland Unitary Plan Operative in Part.
 

Go to Unitary Plan viewer

 

Who can nominate a place for inclusion in the heritage schedule

Any individual or organisation can nominate a historic heritage place or tree for inclusion in the heritage schedules if they think it has significant heritage value.

However, only mana whenua are able to nominate sites and places of significance to mana whenua for inclusion.

Our tip

For more detailed information regarding sites and places of significance, it is best to contact mana whenua with interest in the area as they are the experts in their cultural values.
 
 
If you have concerns about providing information that is or may be sensitive or subject to copyright, email our Heritage Unit before giving us the information.