COVID-19 Recovery (Fast-track Consenting) Bill

  • enacted

Hon David Parker

COVID-19 Recovery (Fast-track Consenting) Bill

Government Bill

277—2

Contents

Commentary
Key
1Title
2Commencement
3Repeal of this Act
4Purpose
5Overview
6Treaty of Waitangi
7Interpretation
8Transitional, savings, and related provisions
9Act binds the Crown
10Procedural principles
11Electronic service of documents
12Relationship between this Act and Resource Management Act 1991
13Appeals and judicial review
14Expert consenting panel considers listed projects and referred projects
15How expert consenting panel considers projects
16Who makes referral decisions
17How Minister satisfies obligations under section 6 (Treaty of Waitangi)
18Criteria for projects that may be referred
19Whether project helps to achieve purpose of Act
20Application for referral
21Process after Minister receives application
22Minister may request information
23Decision to decline application for referral
24Decision to accept application for referral
25Notice of decisions on application for referral
26How project is referred
27Order in Council to refer project to expert consenting panel
27AFunctions of EPA
28Work on infrastructure: permitted activities
29Criteria for work on infrastructure
30Criteria for permitted activities
31Activities excluded from being permitted activities
32Requirements before commencing work on infrastructure
33Requirement to comply with duties under Resource Management Act 1991
34Order in Council to add agencies for work on infrastructure
35Monitoring and enforcement
Legislative history

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: