EDS releases its summary on proposed Auckland Unitary Plan
The Environmental Defence Society is currently preparing its
submission on the proposed Auckland Unitary Plan.
Auckland Unitary Plan process is the largest planning
exercise ever undertaken in New Zealand. It will determine
the future of New Zealand’s largest city,” said Gary
Taylor, Chairman of EDS.
“To assist individuals and
groups, we have prepared a summary of the key issues which
will be covered in EDS’s detailed submission.
invite individuals and groups to use these key points to
inform the preparation of their own submissions.
proposed Auckland Unitary Plan is a large document but it is
important that everyone is able to have a say.
welcome any constructive feedback from community groups,
resource management professionals, or our members and
supporters on our draft. Any comments will be carefully
considered when we finalise our submission.
close on Friday 28 February,” Mr Taylor
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