Don't sign off the Unitary Plan before the elections

Published: Tue 24 May 2016 04:08 PM
Sue Henry "Don't sign off the Auckland Unitary Plan before the 2016 elections!
"In light of the fact that parties from a number of different political persuasions are now on the same page, regarding abolishing the Metropolitan Urban Limit (MUL), it now leaves Auckland Council completely out of step with their continual persistence on intensifying most suburbs in the Auckland regional catchment area," says Sue Henry, Spokesperson for the Housing Lobby and Tamaki Housing Groups.
"The Auckland Unitary Plan 'going up' proposal hinges on Auckland being a compact city - therefore it is imperative that the Auckland Uniary Plan is NOT signed off this side of the 2016 Auckland local body elections."
Sue Henry
Housing Lobby
Tamaki Housing Group

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