Resource Legislation Amendment Bill – Committee stage (6) – Part 1

Resource Legislation Amendment Bill – Committee stage (6) – Part 1

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a stitch here that is giving rise to the desires of a people who have been marginalized in their own countries chiba-chiba are the honorable da can explain mr. Chairman I welcome the opportunity to respond to some of the challenges that have been made by the writer honorable Winston Peters firstly I want to note that during the Northland by-election mr. Peters said that he would support our America and so my question for the point of order the right honorable Winston please and by while a man was very clear I remember Michelle Berg making that claim and I said well we’ve not seen one Clause yet so no member was so these are the baking put this is a member was so yeah the Honorable dr. next speaker and I contrast that this bill is going to reduce by tens of thousands of pages the bureaucracy it’s gonna give the council the opportunity to be able to exempt consents it’s going to enable farmers in Northland not to require the bureaucracy of getting a resource consent for them stop drinking water it is going to provide for a relaxed number of Appeals simple processes and need on every one of those provisions and I’m not sure Winston is read it the New Zealand first select committee not quite a business bigger my name is either the MP for North amor the Honourable member but they’re certain up Winston when he speaks to me in that way as you know so oh thank that’s not a point of order the Honorable talk mr. speaker the New Zealand first minority report on this bill says they oppose every single provision in the bill every single provision in the bill so it is simply not credible for that member to say hey if national had only talked to New Zealand first you would have got a much better bill they are opposing every single sensible reform and then mr. I don’t want to challenge the member in his extravagant claims about the year we participation agreements and I’ve got a simple question for him why did he vote given that speech for the joint management agreements in the RMA because they provide for e we authorities to be able to have the power to be able to grant consents and the existing RMA that member voted for provisions that provide for all sorts of powers for a wee that go far further than the e we participation agreements in this bill sorry 2005 that mean more up ok this is a bill on this piece of legislation order and while Wang can refer back to previous legislation the substantive nature of this debate is on this one come back to this point the EV participation arrangements in this bill do not give away the power to grant consents they do not give the bar for a week to write plants what they do do is enable at the front end of the process for a wee to be able to have input into plans and that is something that we explicitly campaigned on in 2014 because it will provide for a better way of dealing with the existing section six seven and eight obligations for a wee to be involved in the process mr. speaker Winston Peters is doing what he does best playing politics what had Winston Peters offers absolutely nothing to northland or to New Zealand is the practical changes that are required to the Resource Management Act so we can have more houses so we can have more jobs so we can have less bureaucracy and then we can have a stronger economy I’m going to cook I’m calling I’m calling using sage so cheer thank you very much

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