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The prospect that the public and community groups like the Dunedin Amenities society may lose the ability to be able to submit on major projects under proposed government changes to the Resource Management Act must be viewed with considerable concern. The changes are designed to streamline the ability of developers undertaking the planning process, but in reality they will restrict the ability of submitters to oppose projects and the scope of their submissions…. Read More

The blurred tones of “Auld Land Syne” seem a distant memory as we race through the second month of the 2013 year and settle back into the regular routines of our daily lives after the summer holiday period. For the Dunedin Amenities Society 2013 ushers in the reality that our organisation is to celebrate its 125th year of operation and that brings a further level of reflection for the coming year. To reach such a milestone… Read More

A Conservation Conundrum The Dunedin City Council is presently undertaking a review of the District Plan  and that review will mean that the Dunedin Amenities Society will also be looking at the implications of those changes. The review includes looking at creating a new open space, reserves and recreation zone which would “reflect the different types of open space and recreation areas.” The current District Plan does not recognise reserve, conservation or recreation… Read More

There’s been a plethora of comment in the media over the proposed Wharf Street Hotel development. The Amenities Society would be interested in polling people’s opinion as to what they think about the proposal. So take the time to answer this simple poll. You’re welcome to make comments after voting through the polling process. Comments will be moderated and the poll is anonymous. Related articles Down by the Waterfront (dunedin-amenities-society.org.nz)