Map published 5 June 2018
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Auckland Plan 2050 - Environment and Cultural Heritage outcome: Historic heritage map data (PDF 970KB)
How this can be done
Corridors such as the
Wildlink create safe, connected and healthy habitats for native wildlife.
They must be recognised for their important role in providing interlinked spaces across Auckland where wildlife can breed safely and move between conservation hotspots. More links like this can be created.
Auckland's network of public spaces and parks also support conservation of habitats and species, while providing recreational and tourism opportunities.
As Auckland grows, additional pressure will be put on these spaces, and additional spaces will be needed.
Some of Auckland's cultural heritage sites, cultural landscapes and sites of significance to Māori are also under pressure from development, either directly or from incompatible uses or activities close by. The
Tūpuna Maunga, in particular, are vulnerable to new development compromising people's enjoyment of them, and their long-term protection.
There needs to be greater awareness of, and more investment made into ensuring the long-term protection and integrity of our cultural heritage sites, cultural landscapes and sites of significance to Māori.
We must also take care to safeguard against loss of habitat and sites of cultural heritage in areas that are currently flourishing and protected.