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  • **Please read:** This is the look-up table for Road Section Lifecycle Stage and is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Road Section Lifecycle Stage look-up table is used by the following tables; NZ Roads: Road Section. The NZ Roads dataset includes eight data tables and eleven lookup tables. The dataset has been sourced from LINZ’s NZ Roads database, a database for the management of national roads, including those managed for addressing purposes. This set of normalised tables replaces the Landonline: Road Centre Line layer and the Landonline: Road Name and Landonline: Road Name Association tables currently published on LDS. These centrelines are required to indicate the presence of an authoritative road name. Named centrelines are not intended to represent the exact location of a road formation. Named centrelines do not indicate the presence of legal access. For a simplified version of the data contained within these tables see [NZ Roads (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3382), which aggregates geometries based on road name, and [NZ Roads Subsections (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3383), which holds the individual geometries. Please refer to the [NZ Roads Data Dictionary](https://data.linz.govt.nz/document/1628) for detailed metadata and information about this layer.

  • This layer provides all linear parcels (e.g. Centreline easements) and their associated descriptive data as a single layer to facilitate their use independently of the all polygon parcels. **NOTE**: This layer contains [primary](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/772) and [non-primary](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/782) approved, current or historic linear parcels (see status flag descriptions for more information). In conjunction with the [Parcels](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/1571-nz-parcels), this layer provides the easiest way to create a relationship with associated tables such as [Parcel Title Association List](http://data.linz.govt.nz/table/1569-nz-title-parcel-association-list), [Parcel Statutory Actions List](http://data.linz.govt.nz/table/1565-nz-parcel-statutory-actions-list) and [Survey Affected Parcels List](http://data.linz.govt.nz/table/1568-nz-survey-affected-parcels-list). This layer contains spatial and non-spatial (without geometry) parcels. The Landonline system which manages the data maintains non-spatial parcels for many different reasons. The non-spatial parcels can only be accessed via WFS or as a full layer file download. No layer clips can be used. The most common reasons for non-spatial parcels are: 1. Flats and unit survey plans will create non-spatial parcels for referencing property rights. This is because the Landonline system has not yet been designed to support the spatial definition of these plans. 2. Titles which were not linked to a spatial parcel during the Landonline title conversion project created non-spatial parcel references. As titles are spatially linked many of these non-spatial parcels will be made historic or will be merged with the associated spatial parcel. Parcels within this layer contain the following status flags: - Approved: The definition of a survey-defined parcel that has been processed and authorised as correct in terms of the survey network. - Current: A parcels that has been registered or the parcel is made current by a statutory action against a Legalisation plan. - Survey Historic: A parcel that has been extinguished from the primary cadastral network but still exists in live Title estates. - Historic: A parcel that has been extinguished from the primary cadastral network and no longer exists in live Title estates or has an current recorded statutory action. Typically this happens when a parcel is subdivided or merged, and new titles or actions are registered against the replacing parcels. Note: Only parcel made historic since the beginning of Landonline operations (2002) are included. See this [page](http://www.linz.govt.nz/survey-titles/landonline-data/landonline-bde/related-datasets/dcdb-datasets) for the actual dates when Landonline operations started. The Linear parcels within this layer has a nominal accuracy of 0.1-1m in urban areas and 1-100m in rural areas. For more detailed information about parcel accuracies please refer to the [Survey Boundary Marks](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/774-nz-survey-boundary-marks) layer which contains accuracies for each parcel node. The originating data for parcel/title associations includes some non-official sources where the official data does not support a link. For more information [see](http://www.linz.govt.nz/about-linz/linz-data-service/dataset-information/cadastral-titles-data).

  • This layer provides the extents of the data incorporated into an adjustment which has been completed as part of the Spatial Parcel Improvement (SPI) project. The SPI project aims to improve the accuracy of digital cadastral data in areas (primarily rural) where survey-accurate data does not currently exist. The improvement of coordinates is controlled by a mathematical adjustment process using a Least Squares methodology. The adjustment/integration process results in increased mapping accuracy of surrounding spatial objects (e.g. parcels), the effect of which is some new observations or parcels appear to move. The extent of the change largely depends upon the accuracy of the underlying data. In general, movements will be at least several metres, as the SPI project targets areas where significant movements are expected.

  • **In June 2014, LINZ moved the information from the Authoritative Streets and Places database (ASP) into Landonline and the ASP database is no longer maintained. ** ****************************************** This table contains names that refers to a geographic area, and that can be used in lieu of, or to localise or refine, a street address. A place record will exist for every name that is considered to fit this definition, including any alias or alternative names that also fit this definition. This table is part of the Authoritative Streets and Places (ASP) Database. For more information about the database including the data model see [here](http://www.linz.govt.nz/property-addressing/address-road-places-data). **Notes:** - Some reports generated from ASP require the PLACE_NAME+ LOCALITY+STATUS combination to be unique, so validation rules have been put in place to enforce this. - The locality names currently used in the PLACES table are not ideal, and are considered a work in progress. The main function of LOCALITY in ASP is to achieve uniqueness, and where 2 places of the same name exist, to be able to differentiate between them.

  • **Please read:** This is the Address Range Road table and is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Address Range Road table provides an identifier that groups one or more Road Sections that have a non-standard address range. This currently includes roads that consist of multiple address ranges. The address range values are not held or provided as part of this dataset. The NZ Roads dataset includes eight data tables and eleven lookup tables. The dataset has been sourced from LINZ’s NZ Roads database, a database for the management of national roads, including those managed for addressing purposes. This set of normalised tables replaces the Landonline: Road Centre Line layer and the Landonline: Road Name and Landonline: Road Name Association tables currently published on LDS. These centrelines are required to indicate the presence of an authoritative road name. Named centrelines are not intended to represent the exact location of a road formation. Named centrelines do not indicate the presence of legal access. For a simplified version of the data contained within these tables see [NZ Roads (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3382), which aggregates geometries based on road name, and [NZ Roads Subsections (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3383), which holds the individual geometries. Please refer to the [NZ Roads Data Dictionary](https://data.linz.govt.nz/document/1628) for detailed metadata and information about this layer.

  • **Please read:** The AIMS: Address Reference table is part of the [set of comprehensive AIMS Address tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/87). Address Reference provides the relationship between Address data and other related datasets including Roads, Parcels, and Localities. While the Roads and Parcels are managed by LINZ and available on LDS, Localities data is owned by the NZ Fire Service. The comprehensive address dataset includes eight data tables and nine lookup tables. The dataset has been sourced from LINZ’s Address Information Management System (AIMS), a centralised database for the management of national addresses, including for electoral purposes. This set of normalised tables replaces the single Landonline: Street Address layer currently published on LDS. This layer contains information advised to LINZ by Territorial Authorities (TAs). [Under the Local Government Act 1974 (section 319)](http://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/1974/0066/latest/DLM420385.html) it is the responsibility of the TAs to advise LINZ (the Surveyor General) of all allocated addresses in their district. For a simplified version of the data contained within these tables see [NZ Street Address](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3353). Please refer to the [Street Address Data Dictionary](https://data.linz.govt.nz/document/1627) for detailed metadata and information about this layer.

  • **Please read:** This is the look-up table for Road Section Type and is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Road Section Type look-up table is used by the following tables; NZ Roads: Road Section. The NZ Roads dataset includes eight data tables and eleven lookup tables. The dataset has been sourced from LINZ’s NZ Roads database, a database for the management of national roads, including those managed for addressing purposes. This set of normalised tables replaces the Landonline: Road Centre Line layer and the Landonline: Road Name and Landonline: Road Name Association tables currently published on LDS. These centrelines are required to indicate the presence of an authoritative road name. Named centrelines are not intended to represent the exact location of a road formation. Named centrelines do not indicate the presence of legal access. For a simplified version of the data contained within these tables see [NZ Roads (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3382), which aggregates geometries based on road name, and [NZ Roads Subsections (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3383), which holds the individual geometries. Please refer to the [NZ Roads Data Dictionary](https://data.linz.govt.nz/document/1628) for detailed metadata and information about this layer.

  • **Please read:** This is the look-up table for Road Name Suffix and is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Road Name Suffix look-up table is used by the following tables; NZ Roads: Addressing Road Name. The NZ Roads dataset includes eight data tables and eleven lookup tables. The dataset has been sourced from LINZ’s NZ Roads database, a database for the management of national roads, including those managed for addressing purposes. This set of normalised tables replaces the Landonline: Road Centre Line layer and the Landonline: Road Name and Landonline: Road Name Association tables currently published on LDS. These centrelines are required to indicate the presence of an authoritative road name. Named centrelines are not intended to represent the exact location of a road formation. Named centrelines do not indicate the presence of legal access. For a simplified version of the data contained within these tables see [NZ Roads (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3382), which aggregates geometries based on road name, and [NZ Roads Subsections (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3383), which holds the individual geometries. Please refer to the [NZ Roads Data Dictionary](https://data.linz.govt.nz/document/1628) for detailed metadata and information about this layer.

  • **Please read:** This is the look-up table for Road Name Type and is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Road Name Type look-up table is used by the following tables; NZ Roads: Addressing Road Name. The NZ Roads dataset includes eight data tables and eleven lookup tables. The dataset has been sourced from LINZ’s NZ Roads database, a database for the management of national roads, including those managed for addressing purposes. This set of normalised tables replaces the Landonline: Road Centre Line layer and the Landonline: Road Name and Landonline: Road Name Association tables currently published on LDS. These centrelines are required to indicate the presence of an authoritative road name. Named centrelines are not intended to represent the exact location of a road formation. Named centrelines do not indicate the presence of legal access. For a simplified version of the data contained within these tables see [NZ Roads (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3382), which aggregates geometries based on road name, and [NZ Roads Subsections (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3383), which holds the individual geometries. Please refer to the [NZ Roads Data Dictionary](https://data.linz.govt.nz/document/1628) for detailed metadata and information about this layer.

  • This layer provides the **current** primary parcel polygons and some associated descriptive data that details the appellation (legal description), purpose, size and a list of titles that have an interest in the parcel. A primary parcel is a portion of land that is intended to be : • owned by the Crown, except moveable marginal strips • Held in fee simple ((predominately private ownership) • Maori freehold land or Maori customary land • Public foreshore and seabed • The bed of a lake or river • Road or Railway • Vested in a local authority Primary parcels can be thought of as the 'base level' of the 'jigsaw puzzle' of all land making up New Zealand. Other 'levels' are NZ Non-primary parcels that essentially limit the full rights that would normally be associated with a primary parcel for example easements, covenants, leases and moveable marginal strips etc. If you require approved or historic parcels see the [All Parcels Layer](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/1571-nz-all-parcels) This layer has a nominal accuracy of 0.1-1m in urban areas and 1-100m in rural areas. For more detailed information about parcel accuracies please refer to the [Survey Boundary Marks](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/774-nz-survey-boundary-marks) layer which contains accuracies for each parcel node. The combination of this layer with the non-primary parcels layer provides all current parcels for New Zealand (i.e. excludes Historic and Pending parcels) The originating data for parcel/title associations includes some non-official sources where the official data does not support a link. For more information [see](http://www.linz.govt.nz/about-linz/linz-data-service/dataset-information/cadastral-titles-data)