Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Bill

  • enacted
26  Relationship to other instruments
  • (1) The instruments to which this subsection applies, so far as they relate to greater Christchurch, must not be inconsistent with a Recovery Plan approved by the Minister.

    (2) Subsection (1) applies to—

    • (a) annual plans, long-term plans, and triennial agreements under the Local Government Act 2002, except a funding impact statement in an annual plan or a long-term plan:

    • (b) regional land transport strategies and regional land transport programmes under the Land Transport Management Act 2003:

    • (c) the New Zealand Transport Agency's recommendations under section 18I of the Land Transport Management Act 2003:

    • (d) regional public transport plans adopted under section 9 of the Public Transport Management Act 2008:

    • (e) all or any of the following:

      • (i) general policies approved under section 17B of the Conservation Act 1987 and general policies approved under section 15A of the Reserves Act 1977:

      • (ii) conservation management strategies approved under section 17F of the Conservation Act 1987 and section 40A of the Reserves Act 1977:

      • (iii) conservation management plans approved under section 17G of the Conservation Act 1987 and conservation management plans approved under section 40B of the Reserves Act 1977:

      • (iv) management plans approved under section 41 of the Reserves Act 1977:

      • (v) conservation management plans approved under section 14E of the Wildlife Act 1953:

      • (vi) any other management plan for a reserve under any other enactment.

    (3) A Recovery Plan—

    • (a) is to be read together with and forms part of the instruments to which subsection (1) applies; and

    • (b) prevails where there is any inconsistency between it and an instrument.

    (4) If required by a Recovery Plan, the responsible entity must amend the instrument to give effect to the provisions of the Recovery Plan.

    (5) A responsible entity must make the amendments referred to in subsection (4) in accordance with a process (if any) determined by the Minister.