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Fast-track consenting process will put pressure on ministers

Infrastructure needs to go ahead but there have to be safeguards for environment and communities.

WATCH: Infrastructure New Zealand policy director Michelle McCormick speaks with Brent Edwards.

Brent Edwards Mon, 19 Feb 2024

Infrastructure New Zealand is confident the Government’s new fast-track consenting legislation will get at least some projects built sooner.

Its policy director Michelle McCormick said the existing Covid-19 fast-track legislation had made a difference, and it was important the new Government

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