Minister slams Auckland’s ‘costly, complex and constraining’ unitary plan

Environment Minister Amy Adams has launched a blistering, cabinet-approved attack on Auckland’s proposed unitary plan, which she says may only provide half the number of homes needed.

The plan sets the rules for Auckland’s expansion over the next 30 years, with a focus on more intensive development in certain areas, and is the largest planning exercise in New Zealand’s history.

 

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