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Introduction to Plan Making is part of NZPI's Plan Making stream of CPD. It has been designed for planners in the early stages of their professional careers, or for more experienced planners with limited skills and knowledge of the topic.
This one-day workshop is designed to provide the participants (including planners, local and regional government officers and private consultants, land surveyors and urban designers) with an overview to the plan development and review (both at the regional and local levels) process under the Resource Management Act 1991(RMA) and other relevant pieces of legislation. The workshop includes understanding the importance of s32 through the process, an introduction to drafting provisions and involves a range of case studies and exercises. It equips planners to plan in a post King Salmon world. The workshop draws on Gina’s extensive experience, and covers the 2017 amendment to the RMA, relevant case law and case studies from plan reviews and drafting, including:
An understanding of:
Gina is also an
experienced accredited Hearings Commissioner (Chairs endorsement), Government
appointed Freshwater Commissioner and Development Contributions Commissioner
and NZPI Distinguished Service Award recipient.
Presented by Gina Sweetman
Gina is an experienced planner with a wide range of experience, having worked for over 28 years in local and central government and currently private practice. She has a strong knowledge of all aspects of the RMA, with particular strengths in policy review and development, training, planning for Māori values, statutory planning and implementing best RMA practice into everyday practice.
NOTE - If you are interested in attending a workshop please register early to ensure it goes ahead. Minimum numbers are required for a workshop to run. This generally ensures there is sufficient people to allow different experience and views to be part of the discussion within the course setting. Registration deadline is normally 2 - 3 weeks prior to the event (depending on the venue).
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