Resource management rights and duties

To find more information about resource management rights and duties click the links below.  

 

Rights in the reformed resource management system

The government is changing the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA). This work is being led by the Ministry for the Environment.

As part of this, the government has committed to upholding  takutai moana rights connected to the RMA.  

You can find out more about how your rights are being upheld and how to have your say here.

 

Resource management rights

Some of the rights under te Takutai Moana Act 2011 connect to the Resource Management Act 1991

This page outlines some of the most important rights for takutai moana applicants and rights holders in consenting and planning in the resource management system.

For more information click here.

 

Resource consent duties

The Act creates special rules for people applying for resource consent in areas where customary interests are, or might be, recognised. This information will be useful if you are interested in applying for resource consent in the common marine and coastal area.

For more information click here.