4 edition of Towards a land use policy for rural New Zealand found in the catalog.
Towards a land use policy for rural New Zealand
Rural Depopulation and Resettlement Seminar (1980 University of Canterbury)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||sponsored by the Land Use Advisory Council, in association with the University of Canterbury ; edited by Garth Cant and Anne O"Neill.|
|Series||Land use series,, no. 8, Land use series (New Zealand. Dept. of Lands and Survey) ;, no. 8.|
|Contributions||Cant, Garth., O"Neill, Anne., Land Use Advisory Council (N.Z.), University of Canterbury.|
|LC Classifications||HD1120.5.Z63 R87 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||81163203|
Sheep and beef farming was the main agricultural use ( percent of total land), followed by dairying ( percent of total land). Less than 1 percent of New Zealand’s total land area was used for growing fruit and berries ( percent or , ha) and vegetables ( percent or 69, ha). Figure 1 Interactive app. II. Rural Community Change in New Zealand (pages ) III. Statistical Review – Demographic and Labour Market Change in Rural New Zealand (pages ) IV. Regional Summary – New Zealand Rural Communities (pages ) V. Profile of .
Recent Land Use Changes in Rural New Zealand: broad statistics Adjunct Paper for EDS Conference on Conflict in Paradise, Auckland Charles Crothers Dept. of Social Sciences and Economic and Social Statistics Unit AUT University May, The rural landscape of New Zealand is vastly different today than it was several. New Zealand Key Words: Farm land values, price expectations, rural cycles, income approach, New Zealand. Abstract: The availability of cheap credit coupled with an increased demand for agricultural commodities resulted in a recent bubble in farm land values in New Zealand. Although the market has corrected somewhat there is still an underlyingFile Size: KB.
rural land, towards the outskirts of the city. This expansion outward is related to existing areas of medium/high income residential housing being constrained on either side by an intermediate value area, but with the higher income groups most able to afford to build new houses on vacant land. Some land is suitable for any type of primary production – other land isn't. Improved matching of soil type to land use can improve environmental, social and economic outcomes across New Zealand. The land use change report will inform: government policy on land use in New Zealand; individuals and communities deciding how to use land.
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Towards a land use policy for rural New Zealand: report on the Rural Depopulation and Resettlement Seminar, held at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, MayAuthor: Garth Cant ; Anne O'Neill ; Land Use Advisory Council (N.Z.) ; University of Canterbury.
and so on. New Zealand land is being appraised by ideas, values and perceptions from abroad (e.g. climate change, pollution, amenity value) as well as from within New Zealand. New Zealand’s land use and competition for land for different uses, including land value speculation, is thus inseparable from multiple and frequently shifting values.
change incorporated in the Land Use in Rural New Zealand model (LURNZ). At the time of writing, LURNZ is the only national-level land-use model of New Zealand. While developed for New Zealand, the model provides an intuitive algorithm that would be straightforward to apply to different locations and at different spatial Size: 1MB.
Land Use in Rural New Zealand (LURNZ) is a computer model that simulates land-use change at a fine spatial scale over the whole country.
The model employs historical relationships between land-use and profitability as well as cross-sectional variation in land attributes to produce dynamic paths of rural land-use change and maps of rural land-use with an annual time step.
The Land Use in Rural New Zealand Model Version 1 (LURNZv1: Model Description. Modelling changing rural land use in New Zealand to using a multinomial logit Date: From: Wellington, New Zealand: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research Trust Land Use in Rural New Zealand: Spatial Land Use, Land-use Change, and Model Validation.
Land is an important social and economic resource. Knowing the spatial distribution of land use and the expected location of future land-use change is important to inform decision makers. We adapt and integrate the Biome-BGC and Land Use in Rural New Zealand models to simulate pastoral agriculture and to make land-use change, intensification of agricultural activity and climate.
between New Zealand’s four most important rural land-use alternatives: dairy farming, sheep or beef farming, plantation forestry and scrub. Qualitatively, estimation results confirm prior expectations regarding the effect of land quality, location and tenure on land-use decisions: in.
The southern rural area has a unique combination of temperate climate and frost-free fertile land, which enables a wider range of vegetables to be grown for longer periods than other areas of the country.
This makes a significant contribution to Auckland's and New Zealand's food supply. local governments the power to set out land-use policies. The Land Transport Management Act () designated the New Zealand Transport Agency as the body in charge of the planning of national transport infrastructure.
Co-ordination mechanisms The hierarchical structure of the planning system provides the vertical co -ordination between plans. Building new houses allows the residential property market to adjust to increased demand. In the long run supply will respond such that house prices tend towards the cost of new construction, which comprises the costs of the land on which new houses can be built, the costs of materials and labour requiredassociated financing, and theFile Size: KB.
ecosystem services considerations in land use management processes, education of the importance of soil and land use in terms of economy and environment at all levels, and advocacy and debate to ensure both understanding and that science is the basis for creation of policy.
Introduction New Zealand is ranked third out of 27 OECD countries, behind. Decarbonising Urban Mobility with Land Use and Transport Policies - The Case of Auckland, New Zealand The report presents an in-depth analysis of various policies that aim to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of urban transport.
New Zealand's lockdown has raised more questions than answers in the housing market. Rural Property Auckland first-home buyers at greatest risk from coronavirus pain: experts.
Auckland Council land use policy is responding in several ways. For example, the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan includes provisions that will direct and limit rural lifestyle living to appropriate areas identified as ‘Countryside Living Zones’ (CSZs) and ‘Serviced Villages’ (Auckland Council, ).
It is also proposed that the CSZs avoid occupying highly versatile elite and prime land as housing is a land use activity Cited by: The primary intention of NZ-FARM is to help decision-makers assess the potential economic and environmental impacts of policy on regional land use.
The model is parameterised to maximise rural income across a catchment, accounting for the environmental impacts of land use and land-use. Present-day Land Policy and Development In the land laws were amended and consolidated in a Land Act which repealed 78 other Acts or parts of Acts.
The aim of the Act was to give the Crown lessee maximum rights consistent with the national interest, with the underlying principle that a secure tenure is the basis of farming progress. The main stated objective of government land policy has been to support closer settlement of farmland. Closer settlement has been justified in terms of economic and social benefits, and in general, has had a considerable impact on the evolving structure of agriculture in the past.
However, since the impact of land policy, has declined as direct intervention gave way to a policing role. Land use; Māori values for land use planning. Whakataukī 'Ka mau tonu ngā tāonga tapu o ngā matua tupuna Koinei ngā tāonga i tuku iho, nā te Atua' 'Hold fast to the treasures of the ancestors for they are the treasures that have been handed down to us by God' 'Kia whakatomuri te haere ki mua'.
The third edition of New Zealand Land Law is a comprehensive treatment of all the major topics in this area of law. Written by a team of expert authors, the text provides both practical guidance and critical analysis of all the major topics in this area of law.Highly rural/remote areas have the smallest proportion of New Zealand ’s population.
At the time of the Census of Population and Dwellings, percent (76, people) of New Zealand’s usually resident population count lived in these areas, a decrease of approximately .The natural forests of New Zealand are complex and have been described in as many as 94 separate types.
However, at a very simple level the forests can be can be broadly divided into two main types; the beech forests, dominated by one or more of the four indigenous species of Nothofagus; or the conifer-hardwood forests dominated mainly by Podocarps, but also occasionally by Kauri (Agathis.