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Conservation plans identify the important characteristics and the values (cultural heritage and natural) associated with a site or place. This information guides the development of policies to protect the site through managing change in a way which is compatible with or sympathetic to the identified values.

A management plan sets out how development or change is managed in a way that is consistent with the conservation plan.

We undertake both conservation and management plans. We have been involved in plans for small and relatively simple sites, as well as large sites involving complex values and issues related to landuse and management. We have recently completed a conservation plan for Maungawhau Mt Eden.

     
 
   
 

Top of Mount Eden Road at the turn of the century.
Photo: Collection of the Auckland Public Library.