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ON DEMAND - Resource Management Reform NZ – What You Need to Know

ON DEMAND - Resource Management Reform NZ – What You Need to Know

During the webinar, these points will be discussed:

  • Overview of why current resource management regime is changing.
  • Proposed new Bills overview – NBEB and SPA:
    • Plan development process
    • New consenting regime
    • Future place of current contaminated land provisions, including NES-Contam
    • Timeframes and the transition 
  • Regulator Perspective
  • Comparison with similar legislation introduced Australia
  • Why it is important to provide comments
  • How the comments are considered by the regulator

This webinar is now ON DEMAND. The event recording will be made available for all new registrants.

About the Speakers



Dru Marsh
Manager, Internal Review
EPA Victoria


Dru assisted in the policy development and drafting of Victoria’s new Environment Protection Act and its supporting regulations. As part of EPA’s transformation division he advised on implementation of the new Act and has been a key author on policy and guidance development on the new contaminated land scheme.




Jemma Hollis

Cooney Lees Morgan


Jemma is a solicitor at Cooney Lees Morgan in Tauranga, New Zealand, specialising in resource management. Prior to attending law school and being admitted in March 2022, Jemma spent ten years in resource management policy and planning roles in local government organisations across the North Island, including managing contaminated land issues under the Resource Management Act 1991.


FEES (incl. GST):
ALGA Student Member FREE
Branch Welcome Attendee: N/A
Non-Member NZ$20.00

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