This bill empowers the Thames–Coromandel District Council and Hauraki District Council to prepare a mangrove management plan for the coastal area of their districts to achieve and maintain acceptable levels of mangrove vegetation in order to restore, protect, and enhance any amenity values or ecosystems of the coastal area.
Withdrawn on 26 November 2020
Passed by a majority of 91 votes (105 ayes, 14 noes, 0 abstentions)
|Bill type||Local bill|
|Introduced||6 July 2017|
|First reading||9 August 2017|
|Select Committee||Governance and Administration Committee|
|Public submissions due||23 February 2018|
|Select Committee report back||5 November 2018|
|Withdrawn||26 November 2020|
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