RMA reform must address council cultures, capability - Parker
Wider reform of the country’s environmental planning laws will take time and will need to address the capabilities and the cultures of the institutions involved, Environment Minister David Parker says.
A broader review of the Resource Management Act – expected to be scoped later this year – will have to be coherent, with priority reforms currently underway on fresh water management, c
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