Heritage setting

means an entry in Appendix 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.