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Layer: Historic Heritage Freshwater Site (ID: 10)

Parent Layer: Schedule E - Sites with significant historic heritage values

Name: Historic Heritage Freshwater Site

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Description: The sites and information contained in this feature layer are based on a survey of historic heritage in freshwater locations (beds of lakes and rivers)of the Wellington region, commissioned in two reports by Greater Wellington Regional Council.The surveys were undertaken as part of the review of the regional plans and as a requirement of the Regional Policy Statement for the Wellington Region 2013- Policy 21: Identifying places and areas with significant historic heritage values.Schedule E5 - Historic Heritage Freshwater Sites: This schedule contains freshwater sites with significant historic heritage values. Consultants Chris Cochran and Russell Murray, conservation architects; Michael Kelly, heritage consultant; and Andy Dodd, archaeologist were engaged to evaluate these sites. Detailed reports for each sites can be found in Freshwater Historic Heritage of the Wellington Region, Historic Bridges of the Wellington Region and Freshwater Archaeological Sites of the Wellington Region.Cochran, C., Murray, R. & Kelley, M. (2012), Freshwater Historic Heritage of the Wellington Region: Survey for the Freshwater Plan Review. A report prepared for Greater Wellington Regional Council, 140p.Cochran, C. (2010), Historic Bridges of the Wellington Region: Survey for the Freshwater Plan Review. A report prepared for Greater Wellington Regional Council, 110p.Dodd, A. (2015), Freshwater Archaeological Sites of the Wellington Region: Survey for the Regional Plan Review. A report prepared for Greater Wellington Regional Councilby Andy Dodd Subsurface Ltd, 83p.

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Copyright Text: Research on the history of the freshwater sites was carried out by Michael Kelly and Miranda Williamson and the survey work was carried out by Chris Cochran and Russell Murray between April 2011 and April 2012. Research on the history of the bridges was carried out by Helen McCracken and Miranda Williamson and the survey work was carried out by Chris Cochran during May and June 2010. GIS mapping was undertaken by Iain Dawe and Laura Paynter, Environmental Policy, Greater Wellington Regional Council in December 2013.

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