Gisborne region

There are approximately 10 applications for Crown engagement in the Gisborne region.

Details of processed applications

The majority of applications are still being processed. More information (including contact details and maps) will be added to this page as applications are processed and confirmed.

This list is subject to change. Please check this page regularly.

Applicant group Rongowhakaata Iwi
Representative group Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust
Contact Alayna Watene, Chief Executive, Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust, 78 Whakato Rd, CMB 24 MANUTUKE 4053
Application for Customary marine title and protected customary rights
Application Area From Pouawa River to Te Kuri a Paoa along the mean high water springs line and out to 12 nautical miles
Pathway Crown Engagement
Map Rongowhakaata Map [PDF, 616 KB]
Applicant group Nga hapu o Ngati Wakarara; Ngati Hau; Ngati Ira; Ngati Patuwhare; Te Whanau A Te Rangipureora; Ngati Kuranui and Ngati kahukuranui; and Ngati Konohi
Representative group Nga Hapu o Kokoronui ki te Toka a taiau, Takutai Kaitiaki Trust
Contact Bryce Lyall: bryce@lyallthornton.com
Application for Customary marine title and protected customary rights
Application Area The area stretches along frm the top of Anaura Bay in the North, to Tatapouri Point. This area stretches out 12 nautical miles between these two points.
Map  Nga hapu o Kokoronui ki te toka a Taiaua Takutai Kaitiaki Trust application area map [PDF, 328 KB]
Applicant group Ngati Oneone
Representative group Nick Manu Pouwhare Tupara
Contact ngationeone-maca@ranfurlychambers.co.nz
Application for Customary marine title and protected customary rights
Application Area The area from Turanganui River to Pouawa River. This area stretches out 12 nautical miles between these two points.
Pathway Crown Engagement
Map   Map of application area Ngati Oneone [PDF, 266 KB]
Applicant group Te Whanau a Kai
Representative group The Trustees of Te Whanau a Kai Trust for and on behalf of individuals and whanau with whakapapa affiliations Te Whanau a Kai
Contact Deborah Edmunds: deborah.Edmunds@kensingtonswan.com
Application for Customary marine title and protected customary rights
Application Area he area of Whaerongaonga Bay in the south to Pouawa in the north. This area extends out 12 nautical miles offshore between these two points.
Map   Map of application area Te Whanau a Kai [PDF, 240 KB]
Applicant group Whanau A Kahu
Representative group Robert Sinclair
Contact whanau-a-kahu-maca@ranfurlychambers.co.nz
Application for Customary marine title and protected customary rights
Application Area The area from Matakaoa Point to Te Wharenaonao, this are includes Karatauwhero tidal river and estuary. This extends 12 nautical miles between these two points.
Map   Map of application area Whanau a Kahu [PDF, 258 KB]