land use

2nd Aug 20, 1:21pm
Angus Kebbell talks to two farmers in the Ward region of Marlborough who are changing the way they use their land, sympathetic to the unique climate in the region
Angus Kebbell talks to two farmers in the Ward region of Marlborough who are changing the way they use their land, sympathetic to the unique climate in the region
2nd Aug 20, 1:21pm
1st Aug 20, 11:19am
Angus Kebbell delves into why New Zealand's southern wine industry is so successful and its products so well regarded in world markets
Angus Kebbell delves into why New Zealand's southern wine industry is so successful and its products so well regarded in world markets
1st Aug 20, 11:19am
25th Jul 20, 9:07am
Angus Kebbell explores how land use diversification can build up the value of a farming enterprise and make it a more attractive business when succession options are needed
Angus Kebbell explores how land use diversification can build up the value of a farming enterprise and make it a more attractive business when succession options are needed
25th Jul 20, 9:07am
20th Nov 19, 10:16am
The West Coast managed to do what the major centres couldn’t and had 'thousands' turn out to register their dislike of Government policies. The GDT continues to improve
The West Coast managed to do what the major centres couldn’t and had 'thousands' turn out to register their dislike of Government policies. The GDT continues to improve
20th Nov 19, 10:16am
15th Nov 19, 9:30am
Guy Trafford sees farmers starting to get militant over Government policies that starve rural communities of services, with elections less than a year away
Guy Trafford sees farmers starting to get militant over Government policies that starve rural communities of services, with elections less than a year away
15th Nov 19, 9:30am
21st Aug 19, 11:54am
Government proposes new policies to specifically require local councils to leapfrog the NIMBYs and enable more urban intensification
Government proposes new policies to specifically require local councils to leapfrog the NIMBYs and enable more urban intensification
21st Aug 19, 11:54am
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14th Aug 19, 4:09pm
Government proposes introducing National Policy Statement to direct local councils to protect highly productive land in the face of urban sprawl; Horticulture NZ happy; Local Government NZ urges 'extreme caution'
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Government proposes introducing National Policy Statement to direct local councils to protect highly productive land in the face of urban sprawl; Horticulture NZ happy; Local Government NZ urges 'extreme caution'
14th Aug 19, 4:09pm
20th Feb 19, 11:05am
Guy Trafford points out good farmland is increasingly threatened by cities moving inland as climate change sees coastal zones encroached by the ocean
Guy Trafford points out good farmland is increasingly threatened by cities moving inland as climate change sees coastal zones encroached by the ocean
20th Feb 19, 11:05am
19th Aug 18, 9:28pm
Guy Trafford highlights the increasing urgency required to address and action adaptive responses to local population increases and global climate change
Guy Trafford highlights the increasing urgency required to address and action adaptive responses to local population increases and global climate change
19th Aug 18, 9:28pm
31st Oct 17, 2:33pm
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy probes how we'll know whether the Unitary Plan is helping improve housing affordability in Auckland
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy probes how we'll know whether the Unitary Plan is helping improve housing affordability in Auckland
31st Oct 17, 2:33pm
9th May 17, 9:48am
Keith Woodford says that the challenges of finding alternatives to dairying are under-estimated by urban New Zealand
Keith Woodford says that the challenges of finding alternatives to dairying are under-estimated by urban New Zealand
9th May 17, 9:48am
1st Mar 17, 2:03pm
Keith Woodford sees the imminent debate about land use on the Christchurch Port Hills full of self-interested positions with forestry, farming, recreation and conservation all in competition
Keith Woodford sees the imminent debate about land use on the Christchurch Port Hills full of self-interested positions with forestry, farming, recreation and conservation all in competition
1st Mar 17, 2:03pm
30th Mar 16, 5:02am
Government rejects & opposition embraces campaigners' calls for fresh waterways to be made 'swimmable' at the very least
Government rejects & opposition embraces campaigners' calls for fresh waterways to be made 'swimmable' at the very least
30th Mar 16, 5:02am
26th Nov 15, 10:41am
As a city Auckland will have to embrace philosophical and structural change if it is to overcome its current growing pains
As a city Auckland will have to embrace philosophical and structural change if it is to overcome its current growing pains
26th Nov 15, 10:41am
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1st Nov 15, 5:26pm
by Guest
The Productivity Commission has been asked to find a better system for allocating land use in cities "to achieve positive social, economic, environmental and cultural outcomes"
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The Productivity Commission has been asked to find a better system for allocating land use in cities "to achieve positive social, economic, environmental and cultural outcomes"
1st Nov 15, 5:26pm
25th Oct 15, 5:02am
Bernard Hickey challenges ministers and councillors to adopt the Productivity Commission's recipe for closing the credibility gap between Auckland's future land supply for housing and demand for housing
Bernard Hickey challenges ministers and councillors to adopt the Productivity Commission's recipe for closing the credibility gap between Auckland's future land supply for housing and demand for housing
25th Oct 15, 5:02am
13th Jul 15, 9:34am
NZ Institute's Eric Crampton says council decisions around land use are contributing to poor productivity performance and are destroying real value for little gain
NZ Institute's Eric Crampton says council decisions around land use are contributing to poor productivity performance and are destroying real value for little gain
13th Jul 15, 9:34am
3rd May 15, 5:50pm
Allan Barber says alternate land use options are limited when all have restrained profitability at the same time. He reviews the outlook
Allan Barber says alternate land use options are limited when all have restrained profitability at the same time. He reviews the outlook
3rd May 15, 5:50pm
21st Nov 14, 11:51am
Motu study argues there are 4 key factors behind faster growing NZ towns and cities including sunshine hours and proximity to Auckland
Motu study argues there are 4 key factors behind faster growing NZ towns and cities including sunshine hours and proximity to Auckland
21st Nov 14, 11:51am
21st Nov 13, 10:17am
by Guest
Despite the best efforts of many and some undoubted successes, water quailty overall is expected to decline as intensive dairying expands, says Jan Wright in a major new report
Despite the best efforts of many and some undoubted successes, water quailty overall is expected to decline as intensive dairying expands, says Jan Wright in a major new report
21st Nov 13, 10:17am

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