Ngunguru Sandspit Protection Society
Main Menu
All items
Key Resources
Articles by Topic
Other Coastlines
Human Interest
Photo Gallery
Contact / Donate / Join
Comment Page
Sandspit Prints
Secure Login Form

Lost Password?
No account yet? Register
Verse of The Day
“Tena, kia waiata tatou ki a Ihowa: kia hari te hamama ki te kamaka o to tatou whakaoranga. Kia haere tatou me te whakawhetai atu ki tona aroaro: kia ngahau hoki a tatou himene ki a ia.” (Psalm 95:1-2)

Powered by
Recent popular items
Tutukaka Coast promo
Home arrow Articles by Topic arrow Environmental Planning arrow EDS's 2010 Prospectus (an extract)
EDS's 2010 Prospectus (an extract) PDF Print
User Rating: / 0
Articles - Environmental Planning
Written by Environmental Defence Society   
Friday, 01 October 2010

Coastal development

As predicted in Raewyn Peart's critically acclaimed Castles in the Sand: whatís happening to New Zealandís coast? we are seeing the beginnings of a new phase of coastal subdivision and development. It's essential that we get this right and avoid the mistakes of the past. Development needs to be in the right locations and of the highest possible standard. Controversial projects seeking consent during 2010 include New Chums Beach (Wainuiototo) on the Coromandel Peninsula and Te Arai Beach north of Auckland. EDS will be involved in these projects. We will also be seeking adoption of the Board of Inquiry's recommendations on the Coastal Policy Statement review as well as targeting key regional councils to ensure best practice coastal management policies are incorporated into second generation plans.

Full story...

Add as favourites (91) | Quote this article on your site | Views: 1402

Be first to comment this article

Only registered users can write comments.
Please login or register.

Powered by AkoComment Tweaked Special Edition v.1.4.6
AkoComment © Copyright 2004 by Arthur Konze -
All right reserved

Last Updated ( Friday, 01 October 2010 )
< Prev   Next >


© 2017 Ngunguru Sandspit Protection Society
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License.