ANZLIC Metadata Profile: An Australian/New Zealand Profile of AS/NZS ISO 19115:2005, Geographic information - Metadata
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ASP: GED Codes (Deprecated)
**In June 2014, LINZ moved the information from the Authoritative Streets and Places database (ASP) into Landonline and the ASP database is no longer maintained. ** ****************************************** This table is a lookup table identifying valid General Electorates.
This table is part of the Authoritative Streets and Places (ASP) Database. For more information about the database including the data model see [here](http://www.linz.govt.nz/property-addressing/address-road-places-data).
- This table contains a static unique identifier 'id' column that is not part of the original published ASP [database](http://www.linz.govt.nz/property-addressing/address-road-places-data). This column has been added to support incremental changesets on LDS. There is a direct relationship between this column and the original primary key on the 'code' column.
This table is a lookup table identifying valid General Electorates.
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1. This data is made available through the LINZ Data Service and is based on information contained within the LINZ Address, road and places database
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The ASP database was designed to support the electoral system, its primary purpose to provide an authoritative listing of Streets and Places in New Zealand, and to be able to report these by Local Authority, General or Maori Electorate, or No-Licence District.
Under the Electoral Act, LINZ must hold an authoritative record of all road names in New Zealand; and the Local Government Act charges local authorities with the responsibility of assigning road names and street address.
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