standards

Engineering code of practice (Waimakariri)

Introduces the Engineering Code of Practice with links to downloadable files of the document.
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Waimakariri District Council
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Streetworks (Tasman)

This page links to individual files relating to Tasman District Council streetworks specifications.
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Tasman District Council
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Code of practice for development (Tauranga)

This contents page links to files of individual sections of the document.
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Tauranga City Council
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Rotorua City design principles - part 3

This section of examines aspects of design such as colour schemes and signage.
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Rotorua city design principles - part 2

The appearance and amenity of Rotorua's CBD has undergone a dramatic transformation since the 1980s.
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Rotorua city design principles - part 1

The appearance and amenity of Rotorua's CBD has undergone a dramatic transformation since the 1980s.
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Rotorua civil engineering standard

This Code of Practice applies to all Engineering works and services constructed by or on behalf of Council, all Works and Services vested in Council as a result of Subdivision or Development and all Works and Services required by Subdivision or Resource Consent under the Resource Management Act 1991.This
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