An Infrastructure News article.
Labour’s commitment to replace the RMA means there is now agreement across the major parties to reform our most contentious piece of legislation, says Infrastructure New Zealand Policy Director Hamish Glenn.
Regardless of who wins this month’s election, the new Government will move forward with replacing the Resource Management Act (RMA). It is vital that this once in a generation opportunity for reform actually enables improved environmental and development outcomes.
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