Pursuant to section 340 of Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993, on the recommendation of the Māori Land Court, the general land described in the Schedule is set apart as a Māori reservation for the purpose of a marae and meeting place. Other uses may include a place of culture, community, education including kohānga reo, justice, kaumatua and/or community housing, papakāinga, social, health, arts and crafts, sport and recreation, catchment area or other source of water supply, a fishing ground, a village site and other uses deemed valuable by the trustees of the Māori reservation, for the common use and benefit of the people of New Zealand, including people of all nations exclusive of none, to be known as Mataura and District Marae Māori Reservation.
Southland Land District
(more or less)
|Lot 1 Deposited Plan 10951 (Record of Title SL6D/ 292)|
Part Section 10 and Part Section 12 Block VIII Town of Mataura (Record of Title SL6D/293)
Dated at Wellington this 6th day of August 2020.
DAVE SAMUELS, Chief Executive, Ministry of Māori Development.
(Application No. A20190008884)