District Plan

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A district plan is a statutory planning document of New Zealand's territorial authorities.

Mainly covering land use/zoning questions, they have been required since the advent of the Resource Management Act 1991.[1] They are updated periodically, though major revisions and plan changes are usually not produced very often, partly due to the large-scale legal battles that often follow proposed changes.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A Guide to Using the District Plan" (PDF). Auckland Council District Plan Operative North Shore Section 2002.