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Articles - Public Ownership
Written by Damian Collins and Robin Kearns   
Thursday, 09 September 2010

An extract from Ngunguru Sandspit: Values, community and property on the Northland coast:

At least three different models of public ownership and access were advocated by respondents:

  • a conventional coastal park, accessible to the public for recreational purposes
  • a conservation-oriented reserve, to which public access was controlled; and
  • a site of small-scale local economic development, particularly for Maori cultural and tourism ventures.
    • (Chapter: "Proposed landswap and aspirations for a reserve", pages 35-36)

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