The landscape is changing. Historically most horse properties have been permitted under regional council rules. However, with the increased focus on water quality all land uses are coming under the spotlight and this includes horse properties.
Burying your head in the sand will not make it go away. And these changes are happening around the country, all at various stages and all regions have different rules.
So if you are asking any of the following;
What is a regional plan?
What is a controlled or discretionary or non complying activity?
· Will it affect me?
· Can I change anything?
· How do a get involved?
· How do I do a submission?
· What is a further submission?
· Will I need a resource consent?
Yes, you can do it on your own, but resource management planning can be confusing.
I can help my name is Sally Millar and I’ve been an environmental consultant and policy advisor for 20 years. I come from a dairy farming background and have a lifelong involvement in the equine sector.
Give me a call or send me an email and let’s find an option that’s sustainable for your business or lifestyle.