Pauatahanui War Memorial

Sections:
Pauatahanui War Memorial, Pauatahanui.

Location

Primary Purpose of Reserve?

Suburb?

Values & Outcomes

Heritage Values?

JB24, HIDB8,  Historic Place Category 2I. 

The memorial was unveiled in 1922 by Governor-General Lord Jellicoe to commemorate those soldiers that died in World War 1. A new brass plaque was added to the memorial following World War II with the names of four soldiers. Two other plaques, one which was in honour of servicemen since World War 1 and II, were removed from the memorial in 2006 to a more appropriate location. 

The memorial is located at the base of the pa site Mataitaua, built in the 1840s by the Ngati Toa leader, Te Rangihaeata. 

Natural Values?

None.

Recreation Values?

None.

Other Values and Information?

This is not a Crown Derived Reserve.

Commemorative events.

Outcomes Sought?

1. Protect the significant heritage values of the war memorial.

2. As the reserve has evidence of pre 1900 human activity, an archaeological authority for any subsurface works will be required from Heritage New Zealand. 

Information

Appellation/Classification

Appellation?Reserve Act Classification
Lot 1 DP 5672Historic Reserve

Parcel Area (ha)?

0.32

Scale?

Village?

Reserves Act Classification?

District Plan Zones?

Ground Shaking?

No

Landslide Susceptibility ?

No

Tsunami Evacuation Zone?

No

Liquefaction Zone?

No

Leases/Easements/Licences?

None.