Heritage setting



means an entry in Appendix 9.3.7.2 Schedule of significant historic heritage which, together with the associated heritage item, has met the significance threshold for listing in the District Plan. A heritage setting is the area around and adjacent to a heritage item that is integral to its function, meaning and relationships and may include individually listed heritage items. Heritage settings include:
  1. buildings;
  2. structures or features, such as fences, walls and gates, bridges, monuments, gun emplacements, whale pots, lamp stands and public artworks;
  3. gardens, lawns, mature trees and landscaping, water features, historic landforms;
  4. access, walkways and cycle ways, circulation, paths and paving;
  5. open space; and
  6. spatial relationships.