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Wynn Williams Lawyers
These RMA changes require councils to update some of their processes, particularly in relation to resource consents.
Duncan Cotterill
The starting point to define a riverbed is the area covered by water when the river is full without overtopping its banks.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This Bill repeals the collaborative planning process and replaces it with a specialised planning process for freshwater.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Brief overview of key proposals & consultation timeframes in relation to the "Action for Healthy Waterways" discussion document.
Duncan Cotterill
Article recommends individual farmers to make submissions in relation to proposal document for healthy waterways.
DLA Piper UK LLP
The Government has released a discussion document on national direction for essential freshwater: 'Action for healthy waterways'.
Chapman Tripp
This article summarises three reform models offered by the EDS (Environmental Defence Society) and the future process.
Chapman Tripp
Ground Cover tracks legislative and regulatory reform in resource management, local government and planning law.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
2018 has produced and foreshadowed a number of important changes in the resource management and environmental space.
Cavell Leitch
Article discusses further reforms to Resource Management Act. .
Wynn Williams Lawyers
NZ will be the first country to introduce a nationwide standard for biofouling, to prevent pests entering from overseas.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This Report makes recommendations for the monitoring, testing and management of water supplies for safer drinking water.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The NPSFM provides a national direction for the management of freshwater under the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA).
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Court declarations are a timely reminder for consent authorities when considering applications for resource consents.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
These changes include a new target that 90 per cent of lakes and rivers meet swimmable water quality standards by 2040.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Despite criticism from some members of the public, the Bill addresses oral health problems currently facing New Zealand.
Duncan Cotterill
Anyone with a consent to take water at a rate greater than 5 litres per second must install a water measuring device.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Government is seeking feedback via a consultation document on proposed changes to the way fresh water is managed.
Duncan Cotterill
Overseer is widely accepted by regional councils as the tool for understanding the flow of nutrients on and off a farm.
Duncan Cotterill
Plan Change 5 makes a number of changes to the LWRP that are designed to deal with the management of water quality.
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