This is the first of a series of mythbusters promoted by the New Zealand Planning Institute. The mythbusters series highlights the common mythunderstandings around planning within New Zealand. The first of the series deals with the misconception that New Zealand planners are inefficient in dealing with resource consent applications. The statistics used to explode the myth have been taken from an annual survey undertaken by the Ministry for the Environment (MfE). Seventy eight local authorities participated in the MfE survey in 2011.
New Zealand Planners are inefficient in dealing with consent applications.
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