09 March 2017
This NZPI analysis critically examines Government UDA proposals for compensation and compulsory acquisition of residential land for residential purposes; for the taking of public land; for shifting development planning outside existing RMA district plans; and the rejection of value uplift and betterment approaches for funding. The government has recently announced new draft legislation allowing central government and local government to work together identifying urban development projects, and which would establish new powers enabling Urban Development Authorities to plan, fund and implement urban redevelopment projects.
We seek member feedback prior to preparing a formal NZPI submission due by 19th May. This preliminary analysis is presented under these headings:
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