The National-Act government are going against the
Royal Commission’s recommendations in an attempt to weaken resident participation, consultation and influence.
The National-aligned mayor, Kerry Prendergast, and centre-right
Council are trying to remove the public’s right to be consulted on buildings on our beautiful public waterfront.
Labour MP, Clayton Cosgrove, is trying to
remove residents’ right to be heard using the Resource Management Act in an attempt to give the airport carte blanche to create as much noise whenever and however they like.
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August 15, 2009