Water Conservation Order: Te Waikoropupū Springs and Associated Waterbodies
[/u][/b]Ngāti Tama Ki Te Waipounamu Trust and Andrew Yuill (the applicants) have lodged an application with the Minister for the Environment for a Water Conservation Order (the Order) for Te Waikoropupū Springs and associated water bodies (the application). The application concerns the following water bodies: the confined and unconfined Arthur Marble Aquifer; Te Waikoropupū Springs; the Takaka River and its tributaries, including the Waingaro, Anatoki and Waikoropupū Rivers; and hydraulically connected groundwater including the Takaka Limestone Aquifer and Takaka Unconfined Gravel Aquifer. The outstanding values identified in the application are: a) significance in accordance with tikanga Māori; b) outstanding cultural and spiritual values; c) visual clarity values; d) scientific and ecological values; e) biodiversity values; f) habitat for aquatic organisms and stygofauna; g) habitat for indigenous fauna; h) habitat for indigenous flora; i) recreational values; and j) wild, scenic and natural characteristics. The applicants seek protection of these values through a number of conditions contained in the draft Order appended to the application.
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- The closing date for submissions is [b]4pm on the 28 February 2018[/b].
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