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Other Coastlines - Coromandel
Written by NZPA / NZ Herald   
Thursday, 16 December 2010

A proposal to put the iconic New Chums Beach on the Coromandel Peninsula into public ownership through a private-public deal is being considered by the Department of Conservation.

Prime Minister John Key has confirmed that the Government has received a proposal and he's asked the department to look at it.

Landowners John Darby and George Kerr have put forward what they describe as a unique private-public proposal that could create a new model for coastal development.

Mr Darby and Environmental Defence Society chairman Gary Taylor are to front a media conference in Auckland tomorrow to discuss plans for the New Chums Beach.

Mr Darby said earlier this month they were asking the Government to match their investment in the land.

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