2 edition of Proposed guidelines for local authority consultation with tangata whenua found in the catalog.
Proposed guidelines for local authority consultation with tangata whenua
1992 by Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment in Wellington .
Written in English
|Statement||[investigation team, Chris G.R. Koroheke, Dana Rachelle Peterson, Marion Sanson ; consultants, Edward Kohu Douglas, Hirini Paerangi Matunga, Shaun Patrick Kerins].|
|Contributions||Koroheke, Chris G.R., Peterson, Dana R., Sanson, Marion B., New Zealand. Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment.|
|LC Classifications||GE190.N45 P76 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
|ISBN 10||0908804369, 0908804377|
|LC Control Number||95190650|
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Get this from a library. Proposed guidelines for local authority consultation with tangata whenua. [Chris G R Koroheke; Dana R Peterson; Marion B Sanson; New Zealand.
Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment.;]. The purpose of Guidelines for Consulting with Tangata Whenua under the RMA: An Update on Case Law is to outline the current legal position on consultation with tangata whenua under the Resource Management Act (RMA).
The paper builds on and updates earlier papers published by the Ministry for the Environment, in particular. tangata whenua, iwi/hap ū, and organisations such as local and central government, can work effectively together and improve participation, consultation, collaboration, and mediation (e.g.
Management Policy Engagement with Tangata Whenua on resource consent applications A Page 6 of 8 b) Activities which require more than one domestic septic tank within m of a water body (a water body shall be defined as a natural waterway and includes wetlands, rivers, lakes and.
the legitimacy of consultation with tangata whenua in policy-making affecting the use of resources. Although many people have an opportunity to participate in RMA processes, the position of tangata whenua as a partner to the Treaty is reflected in opportunities for.
There is a range of types of resource consents for which consultation was required (figure 3). For each consent granted a consent condition is included to the effect that if anything of archaeological or cultural significance is discovered during works, then works must stop immediately and Historic Places Trust and relevant Iwi or tangata whenua be advised and consulted with.
tangata whenua. The area is spiritually and culturally important to tangata whenua, who have specific concerns for the integrity of the District's natural environment.
Recognition of Tangata Whenua Interests The Act contains specific responsibilities in relation to. Kaitiakitanga and Local Government: Tangata Whenua Participation in Environmental Management. This study revisited an earlier investigation on guidelines for local authority consultation with tangata whenua.
The report reviews progress made on tangata whenua involvement in Resource Management Act (RMA) processes and identifies a number of areas. Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment (): Proposed Guidelines for local authority consultation with tangata whenua.
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, Wellington. Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, (), Pickard, C. R.; Towns, D. (): Atlas of the amphibians and reptiles of New Zealand.
The Resource Management Act also requires local authorities to consult local tangatawhenua, through iwi authorities and take into account any relevant planning documents recognised by an iwi authority when preparing a policy statement or plan.
Local authorities must also provide iwi authorities with a copy of the relevant draft proposed policy statement or plan, allow iwi authorities.
Environment, P. Proposed Guidelines for Local Authority Consultation with Tangata Whenua. Typography Now-The Next Wave. United Kingdom: Interos Books/Booth Clibborn Editions. Environment, P. Proposed Guidelines for Local Authority Consultation with Tangata Whenua.
Wellington: Te Kaitiaki Taiao a te. The Ministry for the Environment has also published guidance to tangata whenua and local authorities on Mana Whakahono ā Rohe which is available on the Ministry's website. In this guidance note, the term tangata whenua is used when referring to consultation with Maori groups with mana whenua over particular areas.
Commissioner for the Environment, Proposed Guidelines for Local Authority Consultation with Tangata Whenua, P5, June ). The Council and Maori Committee acknowledge the elements of effective. In addition to the above, the Hauraki Maori Trust Board is also a signifi cant Iwi authority of the Auckland Region.
Only Tangata Whenua or their representatives have the right to determine matters of resource management signifi cance to them. mind and should be given by the local authority, in making a decision, due consideration; and The local authority should provide persons who present views with information concerning both the relevant decisions and the reasons for those decisions.
While the onus is on the local authority to achieve these outcomes, it is in the client’s interests to ensure that they are able to be easily and transparently. All persons acting under the RMA (including applicants, councils and tangata whenua) must take into account the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi (s8).
Similar obligations are imposed on councils under the Local Government Act (LGA). Gisborne District Council Operative 31 January Combined Regional Land & District Plan Last Updated 31 January Chapter 01A - 2 Kaitiaki are Tangata Whenua who have the authority to exercise the guardianship role on behalf of Maori.
Notwithstanding the definition in the Act, the concept of Kaitiakitanga can mean different. About the Council's relationships with Tangata Whenua. The Marlborough Regional Policy Statement (RPS) states: The special relationship between iwi and the Council is recognised by the Resource Management Act.
This relationship will mean that resource management is distinctly New Zealand in character and sensitive to local iwi values. When, for example, a major real-estate development is proposed to the territorial authority, the tangata whenua must be consulted, although the mere fact that "consultation" take place does not mean that the views of the tangata whenua will necessarily be listened to.
When bones are found, the tangata whenua are supposed to be called. Operative 10 June Section Tangata Whenua and Resource Management Page 1 SECTION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND TANGATA WHENUA INTRODUCTION The natural and physical environment has always been regarded as taonga, or important tribal resources of Tangata Whenua (the iwi, hapu or whanau holding mana in a particular locality).
management issues which are of interest to Tangata Whenua. To develop procedures to be implemented in consultation with Tangata Whenua should there be any request to build a marae in the District.
To promote, through education and information, public awareness of Tangata Whenua interests and concerns within the District. Indigeneity and Trends in Recognizing Māori Environmental Interests in Aotearoa New Zealand for example, Local Government New Zealand, Liaison and Consultation with Tangata Whenua: A Survey of Local (Wellington, NZ: Author, ); Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, Proposed Guidelines for Local Authority Consultation With Cited by: 2.
Whenua‟ is a place specific denotation of authority, rights and responsibilities. A focus on Mana Whenua does not exclude or preclude a focus on Tangata Whenua, nor mataa waka (other peoples) - in fact part of the responsibility of the Mana Whenua is mana-a-ki-tanga, the extension of that mana to others through hospitality.
iwi consultation in preparing waste minimisation and management plans. However, while the government has stated a preference in terms of national strategy, adoption at the level of local governance has been very difficult and frustrating for both Tangata Whenua and local government leaders and Size: 2MB.
provision for all New Zealanders, and in particular for tangata whenua. the authority of iwi, hapu and Maori, as tangata whenua, over their own property, assets, and resources.
Article Two establishes the principle of ‘tino VI BLUEPRINT FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN NEW ZEALAND MENTAL HEALTH COMMISSION ForewordFile Size: KB. A CIA is a report prepared by the tribal authority (or their nominee).
It documents mana whenua cultural values, interests and associations with an area or natural resource. A CIA is expert advice on how a proposal might impact on cultural heritage – it's not approval for your consent.
PROPOSED DISTRICT PLAN [PART TWO] AUGUST 5 T ANGATA Wh ENUA Key environmental issues for tangata whenua in the Queenstown Lakes District identified in these plans include: Issues • Increasing land use intensification, especially increasing dairying and subdivision.
guidelines for resource management, wāhi tapu and wāhi taonga. Te Tangi a Tauira also lists sites and areas of significance to tangata whenua. Te Tangi a Tauira can assist Council in providing for Māori interests in resource management as well as informing the assessment of resource consent applications and District Plan changes.
In the Matter of Proposed Plan Change 6 to the Hawke’s Bay Regional Resource Management Plan. consult with the tangata whenua of the area who may be so affected, through iwi authorities.
Accept the submission and direct additional consultation with tangata whenua and ratepayers whose contributions to local government may. Proposed District Plan Videos Full Original Submissions Submission Summary by Part Hearings Stage 1 → Memorandums issued to and from Hearings Commissioners 01A - Introduction and Tangata Whenua - Chapters 1 and 5 → Pre Lodged Evidence and Legal Submissions Evidence Presented at Hearing Hearing Recordings.
“a local authority must ensure that it has in place processes for consulting with Maori in accordance with subsection (1)” [principles of consultation] –section 82(2) Comment These provisions envisage that Maori will participate in local government decision making but fail to provide clear guidelines on how that is to be achieved.
2 Mana in this context means authority, power, influence 3 Tangata whenua means the local indigenous people of a place 4 Manaakitanga means hospitality, kindness, generosity, support 5 MCH – Ministry of Culture and Heritage 6 OTS – Office of Treaty Settlements, now Te Arawhiti – The Office of Māori Crown Relations.
Proposed Opotiki District Plan Summary of Decisions Requested Submitter No. Objective 1: Recognise the special relationship tangata whenua have with their ancestral lands Policy 1: To recognise and provide for the cultural, spiritual and archaeological values of tangata whenua and the desire of tangata whenua to live on and develop their.
Appendix 22 – Proposed Conditions Document Ref: MHC appendix 22 Proposed Conditions 15/05/06 shall be specifically discussed and developed in consultation with tangata whenua prior to construction. If any archaeological sites, including human remains are exposed during site works The Requiring Authority shall notify Tangata Whenua.
Proposed Southland District Plan - Section Tangata Whenua - Decision Report r/14/6/ 2. How to read this report The decision reports have been drafted in order of to the sections of the Proposed Plan.
This report should therefore be read in conjunction with those other decision reports. Media Release. Date: 29 January Consultation open on proposed changes to blue cod regulations.
Fisheries New Zealand invites people to have their say on a number of proposed changes to the. And there he lies, ever, ever, the manuhiri.
Posted by Māmari Stephens at the last hurdle, the local authority, the Cumberland Council rejected the proposal. In the sometimes cruel and bloodless language of power that erases years of hard work, it was: not at all as tangata whenua.
But watch the ceremony and see for yourself. The. the use of "tangata whenua" and "mana whenua" in new zealand legislation: attempts at cultural recognition Article (PDF Available) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Tangata Whenua and their status as indigenous to Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Māori and Pacific peoples have a historical link through genealogy, kinship and beliefs that strengthen their relationships in modern day Aotearoa New Zealand. Source: Pacific Health Research Guidelines NOTICE OF REQUIREMENT BY REQUIRING AUTHORITY FOR DESIGNATION TO BE INCLUDED IN PROPOSED PLAN WITH MODIFICATION.
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Consultation with Tangata Whenua, supra n. 89, p. 97 Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, Kaitiakitanga and Local. Government, supra n. 15, p. 98 Conservation Actsections 6N and The proposed plan must be recognised by the relevant iwi authority and approved by a wide representation of the hapū/iwi.
Funding will only be paid to an established Maori entitiy such as a marae committee, iwi authority, hapū trust or consultants acting on behalf of the applicant.Consultation with tangata whenua on a standard methodological approach for the consideration of values of importance to them should also be occurring concurrently.
The lack of guidance on the weighting of ecological values, and social (including recreational), cultural and economic values, will limit the effectiveness of the NES, as this is the.