2020 Auckland/Northland Case Law Event

This Event took place on Thursday 20th August, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Decisions of the Environment Court, District Court, High Court and Court of Appeal pervade the practice of those working in the resource management and planning fields. Case law is literally developing on a daily basis. Keeping abreast of recent changes to law from the Courts is an essential part of any practitioner’s knowledge base. This seminar will cover key Auckland case law from the last couple of years, including issues such as the primacy of mana whenua status, climate change, construction and noise, and development outside the rural urban boundary of the Auckland Unitary Plan.

Learning Outcomes:
•To be updated on important cases relevant to planning practice
•To learn how to apply and refer to such cases in planning evidence

Gerald Lanning are covering and providing his insights on these key cases. Gerald is a partner in Simpson Grierson’s local government and environment group. He advises on all aspects of resource management and local government law, with a focus on large infrastructure projects, land transport management and policy, and Maori/Treaty of Waitangi issues. In addition to providing a wide range of legal and strategic advice, Gerald regularly appears before a range of decision-making bodies.

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