|Title||Belmont Regional Park Management Plan|
|Date published||1 September 1996|
|GWRC Publication No||WRC/REC-G-96/52|
|Abstract||Belmont Regional Park was conceived in the 1970's to provide
recreational access and to protect important local landscapes. This has
been achieved through community partnerships and a multiple ownership
regime involving Wellington Regional Council, Territorial Local Authorities,
Land Corporation Limited and the Department of Conservation.
Belmont is one of the five regional parks managed by the Wellington
Regional Council. It is now enjoyed by more than 100,000 visitors each
year. This is the park's second Management Plan. The previous plan was
approved in 1989 following the preparation of drafts in 1977 and 1983.
The 1989 plan set the scene for the main development phase, involving
the establishment of key entrance areas and facilities. This plan
consolidates and refines the Park's management, concentrating on key
park assets and features.
The plan is in two parts.
Part 1 : Aim, Objectives and Policies
Part 2 : Resource Statement
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