Last Chance

Today is your last opportunity to make a submission on the proposed Fast-Track Approvals Bill. It doesn’t matter what your views are, just make your submission and make your feelings known. You have until midnight 19th April to make a submission.

Follow this link to make your submission

Don’t bother trying to make a submission via e-mail – it will be ignored!!!! You can upload documents in .DOCX or .PDF via the link above though.

We are aware that social media such as Facebook are blocking any post with links to this website – I tried and mine were blocked immediately. Not that they could possibly interfere with the democratic process, now could they?

Andi Cockroft

Chairman, CORANZ
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2 Responses to Last Chance

  1. Andi Cockroft says:

    This is my blocked post of Facebook

  2. Dave Rhodes says:

    Terrible powers being gifted too the Minister – absolute power corrupts absolutely!!

    Application of this Part to specified approval processes
    This Act applies if 1 or more of the following (the approvals) are required for a proposed listed project or proposed referred project:
    a resource consent, notice of requirement, or certificate of compliance under the Resource Management Act 1991:
    authority to do anything otherwise prohibited under the Wildlife Act 1953:
    an approval under the Conservation Act 1987 or the Reserves Act 1977:
    an approval under the Freshwater Fisheries Regulations 1983:
    an archaeological authority under the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Act 2014:
    a marine consent under the Exclusive Economic Zone and Continental Shelf (Environmental Effects) Act 2012:
    a coastal permit under the Resource Management Act 1991 that authorises aquaculture activities to be undertaken in the coastal marine area and requires decisions under Part 9A of the Fisheries Act 1996:
    a land access arrangement under section 61 or 61B of the Crown Minerals Act 1991:
    a proclamation under section 26 of the Public Works Act 1981 to take or deal with land.

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