Planning and governance under the LGA: Lessons from the RMA experience.
Borrie, N., Memon, A., Ericksen, N. & Crawford, J. (2004). Planning and governance under the LGA: Lessons from the RMA experience. Report prepared by PUCM: Planning Under Co-operative Mandates. Hamilton, New Zealand: The International Global Change Institute (IGCI), University of Waikato.
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The purpose of this report is to identify ways in which experiences gained from the RMA as a devolved and co-operative planning mandate can enable local and central government and other stakeholders to more effectively implement the LGA. The report is based on findings from the FRST-funded research programme on Planning under Co-operative Mandates (PUCM). We argue in this report that the experiences gained from the RMA can inform effective implementation of the LGA in three important respects: Preparation and implementation of LTCCPs; The community consultation process for formulating community outcomes; and Māori participation in planning and governance.
The International Global Change Institute (IGCI), University of Waikato.
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