Proposed Flood Plain Management Area

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Waikato District Council - Proposed District Plan (Stage 2 Natural Hazards), Notified 27 July 2020.
This layer is a spatial representation of an overlay in the Proposed District Plan and indicates where land use will be regulated by various associated rules. It will be used as a guide in the regulatory process of implementing the Proposed District Plan and managing land use, subdivision, the environment and economy. This dataset is subject to changes undertaken through the Resource Management act.Note individual Proposed Plan rules can have different statuses, some may have current legal effect and others will not until the Proposed Plan becomes operative. This data is provided for use in the District Plan only.

The Flood Plain Management Area is the floodplain in a 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) flood event. This belongs to the series of data relating to Natural Hazards which includes the following groups - coastal erosion, coastal inundation, inland flooding, and land subsidence. This layer belongs to the inland flooding group. Use in conjunction with High Risk Flood Area, Flood Ponding Area,and Defended Area.

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Technical Details
Layer ID 104905
Data type Vector multipolygon
Feature count 1
Attributes Policy, SubCat, Desc
Services Vector Query API, Web Feature Service (WFS), data.govt.nz Atom Feed
History
Added 24 Aug 2020
Revisions 3 - Browse all revisions
Current revision Imported on Aug. 24, 2020 from Shapefile in NZGD2000 / New Zealand Transverse Mercator 2000. 1 geometry modified to be OGC compliant. Changelog.

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