- "Manager Lands Commissioning"
refers to any nominated agent the Chief Executive Officer or Commissioning
Group Leader delegates to carry out the duties described in this
- A "Mountain Bike" is a bicycle
which has gears, frame, wheels and tyres that are specially designed
for use on rough terrain.
Any reference in this policy to "mountain bike"
will also include any non-motorised pedal cycle, tricycle, scooter,
or other similar contraption, whether with or without gears, or
with or without wheels and tyres especially designed for use on
- "Off Road" refers to any track;
four wheel drive track, paved or unpaved track, firebreak or track
which is on "reserve land". It does not refer to any
tracks or roads on private land.
- "Outer Town Belt" refers to
the belt of Council owned reserve land which encompasses land
surrounding the outer suburbs of Wellington City.
- "PCC" refers to the Porirua
- "Reserve Land" means any land
administered by Wellington City Council. Not all "reserve
land" is legally Reserve under the Reserves Act (1977).
Many areas are freehold land or are subject to other protective
deeds and legislation such as the Town Belt and Basin Reserve
Deed (1873), the Wellington City District Plan and Council Bylaws.
- "Town Belt" refers to the discontinuous
Council owned belt which encompasses the hills surrounding inner
Wellington City; Tinakori Hill, Wellington Botanic Garden, Kelburn
Park, Aro Valley Reserves, Brooklyn Hills, McAlister Park, Mount
Albert and Golf Links, Wellington Zoo, Newtown / Crawford Road
Reserves, Hataitai Park and Mount Victoria.
- "Track" refers to routes specifically
built on "reserve land". It also refers to routes that
have evolved from use and are managed by Council as formal routes.
The majority of tracks are narrower than roads and are unpaved.
- "WCC" refers to the Wellington
- "WRC" refers to the Wellington