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Adams wants law change for easier UFB apartment installs

Part two of the communications minister's push to clear red tape gets a cagey response from swing vote Peter Dunne.

Fri, 08 Apr 2016

Communications Minister Amy Adams has revealed the second part of her two-part proposal to speed UFB installs.

Her first proposal, announced on June 9  last year, aimed to clear red-tape around installs for homes down right-of-ways by introducing a "deemed consent provision."

The change announced

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