Te Ahi Kā: Relationships, collaboration and communication – Case study of the Ocean Bay Environment Court Case

This case study presents a suite of tools available to local people facing issues of resource development.

This article shows what can be achieved when iwi and local community groups work together, rather than in isolation, when faced with a tricky resource consent application. Importantly, it shows that sharing the workload with community groups can reduce the financial and time burden on iwi, while getting better environmental results and building positive community relations. The article also demonstrates the value of creating an Iwi Environmental Management Plan to ensure Iwi interests are incorporated into resource consent applications from the get-go.

 

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