The Wellington CMS describes the conservation values present in Wellington and provides guidance for DOC's work in the form of a vision, objectives, outcomes for Places, policies and milestones and translating DOC's strategic outcomes to Wellington.
The major themes identified in this CMS are engagement with tangata whenua and the community, partnering with others to deliver conservation and restoration of indigenous biodiversity. The CMS has been developed through a lengthy public process and is the result of input from many.
The CMS will have effect for 10 years, or until formally amended or reviewed in full or in part.
Volume I includes the following:
- Part One: Vision, objectives, policies and milestones for the Wellington region, and other specific policies that address legislative and Conservation General Policy requirements
- Part Two: Outcomes, policies and milestones for places
- Part Three: Implementation monitoring and reporting and review
Volume II includes the Appendices and Volume III includes maps and a public land inventory.
This CMS became operative on 20 January 2019.
Published by the Department of Conservation.
ISBN 978-1-98-851481-9 (web)
ISBN 978-1-98-851482-6 (print)
Volume II Appendices
ISBN 978-1-98-851483-3 (web)
ISBN 978-1-98-851484-0 (print)
Volume III Maps
ISBN 978-1-98-851485-7 (web)
ISBN 978-1-98-851486-4 (print)