Rural subdivisions on the Christchurch periphery: Population pressure and the greenbelt: A dissertation in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Honours Degree of Resource Studies at Lincoln University
The controversial subdivision of the greenbelt in Christchurch must continue in a regulated way. The Resource Management Act having replaced previous inefficient legislation enhances and facilitates subdivision. Public apprehension should be addressed by local authorities improving public awareness of the RMA and its power to represent them.
Keywordsgreenbelt; Resource Management Act 1991; subdivision
Fields of Research330404 Land use and environmental planning; 330410 Urban analysis and development
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