WELLINGTON IN PERSON EVENT - Contaminated Land Management Under The New NBE
An exploration of the implications of the Natural and Built Environment Act for contaminated land practitioners.
A short presentation on the Natural and Built Environment Act and its implications for contaminated land followed by a panel discussion. Hot topics include liability provisions, administrative changes and landowner obligations.
Our panel encompasses a wealth of knowledge from legal and planning to consenting legacy site management.
We will also touch on the latest HAIL guidance.
Bring all your burning questions for our panel of experts.
James Court is bp’s Environmental and Sustainability Manager for Australia and New Zealand. James has over 27 years’ resource management experience in industry, consultancy and local and central government roles including 10 years at MfE where he lead the development of the NES for contaminated land.
Sarah Westoby is a Principal Planning and Policy Consultant at 4Sight Consulting Limited (now Part of SLR). She is responsible for planning and resource management consenting and policy advice to a number Fuel Companies. Her experience in contaminated land, discharges, and groundwater related matters, spans the country giving her unique insight into the state of practice nationwide.
Hamish is an experienced resource management and local government lawyer based in Simpson Grierson’s Wellington office. He advises on all aspects of resource management law, including contaminated land issues, for local authorities, infrastructure providers and private clients.
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