Lakes A Zone

The Lakes A Zone is a diamond shaped area of the Rotorua district containing  lakes that are considered to be of national importance. It covers most of the eastern lakes from its northern most lake, Lake Okataina, to its southern most lake, Lake Okaro. Because of its significance it is zoned differently to the rest of the Rotorua district. Objectives, policies and rules of this zone are contained within Part 20 of the Operative Rotorua District Plan, called the Lakes A Zone.

Monitoring and reporting on the Lakes A Zone provides specific focus and detailed information for this area. Indicators are presented as a subset of the district-wide indicators. Specific monitoring requirements for Lakes A Zone are set out in Section 7.0 of the Lakes A Zone.

 Reporting themes of Lakes A Zone are: 

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