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- NZPI Submission on MfE's Freshwater Reform 2013 and Beyond
Following consultation with its members, NZPI delivered its submission to MfE on Freshwater reform 2013 and beyond. Delivered on 8 April 2013, the submission was peer reviewed by members with expertise in freshwater issues, as well as the NZPI Board and Planning Advisory Committee.
Date: 08 April 2012
File Size: 496kb
- NZPI Submission on the Improving our Resource Management System Discussion Document
Following feedback from members, and peer review by the NZPI Board and the Planning Advisory Committee, NZPI delivered its submission to MfE on the Improving our Resource Management System discussion document. Delivered on Tuesday April 2nd, this submission is the product of extensive consultation with members and was informed by a number of regional workshops orchestrated by regional NZPI Branch leadership.
Date: 02 April 2013
File Size: 660kb
- NZPI Submission On Resource Management Reform Bill
Following feedback from members and peer review by the NZPI Board and the Planning Advisory Committee, NZPI has delivered its submission to MfE on the RM Reform Bill. Delivered on Thursday February 28th. The Bill is an omnibus that proposes amendments to the Resource Management Act 1991, the Local Government (Auckland Transitional Provisions) Act 2010, and to the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987.
Date: 28 February 2013
File Size: 572kb
- NZPI Submission on TAG
The New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI) has taken the opportunity to provide comment on the report of the Minister for the Environments Resource Management Act 1991 Principles Technical Advisory Group (the TAG). A warm thanks to those members who provided feedback.
Date: 09 August 2012
File Size: 558kb
- NZPI's Submission on the Productivity Commission's Housing Affordability Inquiry Draft Report
The New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI) welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Productivity Commissions Housing Affordability inquiry draft report. NZPI recognises that access to affordable housing is fundamental for New Zealanders economic and social growth and wellbeing. Lack of affordable housing affordability is a complex, ongoing, systemic problem in New Zealand. NZPI supports research into housing affordability that examines the range of drivers, with a view to providing suggestions for effective and appropriate policy improvements. NZPI's submission draws feedback from members throughout the country. A warm thanks to those members who provided feedback.
Date: 10 February 2012
File Size: 125kb
- NZPI's Submission on Christchurch's Draft Central City Plan
The New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI) extends its thanks to Christchurch City Council (CCC) and the residents of Christchurch for this opportunity to provide comment on Christchurchs Draft City Plan (the Plan). The comments below are offered in a spirit of general supportfor the Plan. In NZPIs view the Plan demonstrates Councils commitment to a collaborative approach to the rebuild of Christchurch. NZPI wishes to acknowledge the considerable effort that CCC has made in engaging with the community and stakeholders, most notably, the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA), Te Rnanga o Ngi Tahu, and Environment Canterbury (ECan).
Date: 16 September 2011
File Size: 312kb
- NZPI's Submission on Auckland Unleashed - The Auckland Plan Discussion Document
The New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI) recently lodged its submission on Auckland Unleashed - The Auckland Plan Discussion Document. Auckland Unleashed sets out the ideas and initial proposals that will go towards creating the draft Auckland Plan, as well as asking questions as to how the Auckland Plan can help Auckland become the best place in the world to live. A warm thanks to members who offered feedback on the discussion document, your comments have been used to inform the NZPI submission.
Date :30 May 2011
File Size: 443kb
- NZPI's Submission on the proposed NPS on Indigenous Biodiversity
The New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI) thanks the Minister for the Environment for the opportunity to make a submission on the proposed National Policy Statement (NPS) on Indigenous Biodiversity. NZPI commends the Minister and Ministry for proposing an NPS on Indigenous Biodiversity and supports its intent.
Date :13 May 2011
File Size: 334kb
- NZPI's Submission to the MFE Building Competitive Cities Discussion Document: Reform of the Urban and Infrastructure Planning System.
NZPI has a significant interest in the outcomes of the RMA review and is uniquely placed to contribute to that review. The strength and uniqueness of that interest is evident in the depth and breadth of feedback NZPI has received from members on the discussion document. Our submission is based on the experience and feedback of members together with input from the National Executive and senior Councillors
Date : 17 December 2010
File Size: 430kb