From 1 - 10 / 2731
  • **Please read:** The AIMS: Address Component data table is part of the [set of comprehensive AIMS Address tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/87). The Address Component table contains core information relating to a street address such as Street Number or Road Name and is stored in the Addresscomponentvalue field of the Address Component table. The Addresscomponenttype describes the type of component e.g. Address number, road name, town/city. This table also includes component order and group to allow for address number elements and road name elements to be grouped together. 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. 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. 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 Route Name table, which is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Route Name table contains the components of the Local Route, Road Designation and Tourist Route classes of 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 Organisation and is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Organisation look-up table is used by the following tables; NZ Roads: Road Section Geometry and NZ Roads: Road Name Association. 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/document/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 Capture Method and is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Capture Method look-up table is used by the following tables; NZ Roads: Road Section Geometry. 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/document/3382), which aggregates geometries based on road name, and [NZ Roads Subsections (Addressing)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/2663), 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 Organisation and is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Organisation look-up table is used by the following tables; NZ Roads: Road Section Geometry and NZ Roads: Road Name Association. 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/document/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 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:** This is the look-up table for Address Range Road Type and is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Address Range Road Type look-up table is used by the following tables; NZ Roads: Address Range Road. 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 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 Road Name Association table, which is part of the [set of NZ Roads tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/88). The Road Name Association table provides the association between the Road table and the Road Name table, and stores information about that association, including lifespan, priority and flags for unofficial and unique names. 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 Addressable Object Type and is part of the [set of comprehensive AIMS Address Tables](https://data.linz.govt.nz/set/87). The Addressable Object Type look-up table is used by the following tables; AIMS: Addressable Object, AIMS: Addressable Object External. 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.