The Resource Management Act (RMA) came into force in New Zealand in 1991 and was a “game changer”.
It replaced or amended over 50 laws relating to town planning and resource management. It is New Zealand’s main piece of environmental legislation and promotes the sustainable management of the natural and physical resources of land, air and water.
It enables people and communities to provide for their social, economic, and cultural well-being and for their health and safety while providing for future generations; safeguarding the life-supporting capacity of air, water, soil, and ecosystems; and avoiding, remedying or mitigating any adverse effects of activities on the environment.
We come across resource management issues on a daily basis and they are an integral part of most projects. We have substantial in-house expertise in resource management issues and draw on a range of dedicated external planners as required.
Kaikohe Closed Landfill, Lindvart ParkView More
Stormwater Improvements – MangereView More
Vihara Temple Development – Auckland Khmer Buddhist AssociationView More
Bledisloe Netball Carpark UpgradeView More
Swan Road Developments, Te KauwhataView More
Flood Assessment ReportingView More
Victoria Ave Subdivision ContaminationView More
Sprott Road Housing DevelopmentView More
Composting Facility – Hampton DownsView More
Industrial Sites Environmental & Stormwater ManagementView More