Second of 3 volumes forming a Conservation Plan for Hagely Park and the Christchurch Botanic Gardens.

Section  
1 Analysis & assessment of components and collections
1.1 General
1.1.1 Location
1.1.2 Physical description
1.2 Analysis of Hagley Park as a whole
1.2.1 Setting
1.2.2 Landscape character
1.3 Heritage values
1.3.1 Assessment of heritage values
1.3.2 Degree of heritage significance
1.3.3 Ranking of significance
1.3.4 Significant site fabric location map
1.4. Modified natural features
1.4.1 Avon River/Ōtākaro
1.5 Planted fabric
1.5.1 Early, associative and rare plantings
1.6 Spatial structure
1.6.1 Spatial organisation and design
1.7 Infrastructure
1.7.1 Paths
1.7.2.1 Armagh Street Bridge
1.7.2.2 Helmore's Lane Bridge
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1.8 Boundary treatments
1.8.1 Dynes Gates
1.8.2 MacGibbon Gates
1.8.3 Woodland Gates
1.8.4 Mickle Gates
1.9 Buildings
1.9.1 Footballers Memorial Pavilion
1.9.2 Bandsmens' Memorial Pavilion
1.9.3 Nurses' Memorial Chapel
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1.9.4 Umpires' Pavilion
1.10 Furnishings
1.10.1 Victoria Lake
1.10.2 Lake Albert
1.10.3 Pilgrim's Well
1.10.4 Godley Memorial
1.10.5 Methodist Markers
1.10.6 Pilgrim's Sentinel Stone
1.10.7 Other commemorative plaques
1.11 Archival Record
1.11.1 Domains Board minutes etc
1.11.2 Glass case library
1.13 Place names
1.14 Archaeology
1.15 Tabular summary of significance values
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2. Statement of significance values
2.1 Summary statement of significance

3. Framework for conservation

3.1 Statutory and regulatory requirements
3.2 Non-regulatory directives and requirements
3.3 Particular requirements and constraints

4. Conservation policies

4.1 Policies – archaeology and landscape
4.2 Policies – buildings
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5. Appendices
1 Map showing areas of possible archaeological potential
2 Table showing unconfirmed plantings
3 ICOMOS New Zealand Charter
4 Florence Charter, 1981
5 NZHPT Archaeological requirements
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