Greater Wellington Parks Network Plan

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Greater Wellington Parks Network Plan

Managing our parks

The Greater Wellington Parks Network Plan provides policies and rules for the management of our regional parks and forests. The Council approved the plan in December 2010, with the exception of certain provisions in the plan relating to a proposed wind farm access road running through Battle Hill Farm Forest Park. These provisions were finalised in May 2011.

The area covered within the Greater Wellington Parks Network Plan includes land that Greater Wellington manages as park, which includes a number of reserves under the Reserves Act 1977. This plan replaces the Forest Lands Management Plan (Akatarawa and Pakuratahi Forests) and Management Plans for Battle Hill Farm Forest Park, Belmont Regional Park, East Harbour Regional Park, Kaitoke Regional Park, and Queen Elizabeth Park. It also includes the Wainuiomata Recreation Area.

Parangarahu Lakes Area Co-Management Plan

The area covered within the Greater Wellington Parks Network Plan includes land that Greater Wellington manages as park, which includes a number of reserves under the Reserves Act 1977. This plan replaces the Forest Lands Management Plan (Akatarawa and Pakuratahi Forests) and Management Plans for Battle Hill Farm Forest Park, Belmont Regional Park, East Harbour Regional Park, Kaitoke Regional Park, and Queen Elizabeth Park. It also includes the Wainuiomata Recreation Area.

For more information, please contact, parks@gw.govt.nz.

Note: A new amendment to to the Network Plan has been made to include Baring Head/Ōrua-pouanui. This is included to your right.

Following an initial phase of consultation GWRC and PNBST have prepared a Draft Co-Management Plan for the Parangarahu Lakes Area. The Co-Management Plan is the guiding document which sets the vision, guiding principles, historical context, management objectives and priority actions for management of the Parangarahu Lakes Area.

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