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"This report was commissioned by the Palmerston North City Council in response to submissions received to the 1990/91 and 1991/92 Palmerston North City Council annual plans which requested that Council initiate a strategy to encourage the retention of the character of the area." This is the first part of that report, which was undertaken during the 1992/93 financial year and aimed to establish the cultural significance of the area.

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2017Pa_A175-67_013824
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Savage Crescent State Housing Precinct - Cultural Significance Report
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Palmerston North
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1993

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