RM Journal – April 2018

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Author: RMLA. Date: 19 April 2018

The RMJ April 2018  is now available to read, download and/or print.

 

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Author: RMLA. Date: 19 April 2018

The RMLA’s RMJ April 2018 is now available to read, download and/or print.

Table of Contents:

Page 3: Resource Management System – Reform or Transform? – Martin Williams, Barrister, Shakespeare Chambers

Page 11: Editorial – Bronwyn Carruthers, Partner, Russell McVeagh

Page 12: Using Price Signals to Better Manage Water Use – Kevin Counsell, Senior Consultant, NERA Economic Consulting

Page 15: Collaborating with the Environment – Bill Rainey, Barrister, Mediator and Resolution Practitioner at FairWay Resolution

Page 19: The Earth Summit 25 Years on: Why is biodiversity continuing to decline? – Dr Steve Urlich, Coastal Scientist, Marlborough District Council; Professor Simon Thrush, Institute of Marine Sciences, Auckland University; Professor Judi Hewitt, Department of Statistics, University of Auckland; Eric Jorgensen, Chair, Marlborough Sounds Integrated Management Trust

Page 25: What it means to “Maintain” Biodiversity in our Coastal Marine Environment –  – Dr Steve Urlich, Coastal Scientist, Marlborough District Council; Professor Simon Thrush, Institute of Marine Sciences, Auckland University; Professor Judi Hewitt, Department of Statistics, University of Auckland; Eric Jorgensen, Chair, Marlborough Sounds Integrated Management Trust

Page 31:  Book Review – Planning Practice in New Zealand – Thomas Gibbons

Page 34:  Recent Cases –  Dilworth Trust Board v Attorney-General [2017] NZHC 2987; Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand Inc v Bay of Plenty Regional Council [2017] NZHC 3080; Man O’War Farm Ltd v Auckland Council [2017] NZHC 3217; NZ Building and Projects Ltd v Auckland Council [2017] NZENVC 175 – Bronwyn Carruthers, Partner, and Aidan Cameron, Solicitor, Russell McVeagh