Resource Legislation Amendment Bill – Committee Stage (29) – Part 1
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Resource Legislation Amendment Bill – Committee Stage (29) – Part 1


impacts of hazardous substances on people it’s not duplicating i’m going to call andrew bailey i move that the question be now put call mecha fighter ii she’s on the committee mr. mr. chair we are left of fear clauses 38 13 and 16 requires councils to invite erie to engage in voluntary ely participation arrangements or the who louisville here in enhancing consultation requirements here and we support the engagement of OE on the side of the house sir we want to see the voices of erie at the table to make these decisions but sue and the department will report on page 105 I want to express what’s noted here by officials and that where it comes to these council requiring Erie to engage we have this point which scenes a few alarmed hours for myself and that is if an eerie authority does not respond within a specified time frame the local authority is not required to suspend the preparation of the policy statement or plan or any other part of the planning plan making process as prescribed under section 1 of the RMA socia tonight we’ve heard the gains at the multi-party have have achieved for our people but that particular clause is many of the submitters that came to the Select Committee and I recall trying to eat themselves schemer and raised it in the sleek committee and it was a question of resourcing who will resource II we who do not have the capacity to participate as provided under this provision who would who would do it the council’s themselves local government New Zealand their submission feel that well this is a crown obligation to the creative resource it this is a good question to the minister can he tell the house will he resource II we who do not have the capacity to fulfill this obligation because that’s what has his party the mighty party have said that they’ve gained for Marty not just was something for but the reality in his own departmental report actually counters that HD phase of here we are unable to meet the time frame work of getting to the table then the painting process will continue until I believe that is a real concern in this bill I want to go they can address what madam ER Fox said about the side of the house supporting her SOP and I’m glad my colleagues Megan woods had clarified that that we do support the removing are the reducing of the ministers regulatory powers but there is a concerned about whether the Marty party had been asked to swallow ret because we can’t determine whether the crops is pure monomer Fox’s SOP includes pasture includes forestry and therefore when the members folk and read something from a piece of people I think it’s incumbent on you to table what she read having something on a piece of paper that says includes us but it’s not in the SOP that she’s tabling mr. chair there’s something fundamentally wrong it’s fun something fun to meet me wrong and she should be able to table watching because this is what we hear all the time from the muddy party we’re on to it we’re doing it we’ve written it but we don’t see the results and that’s where they’ll be judged too with the support of this contentious bill that nobody wants that nobody wants and there’s a very hardworking MP like a lot of my colleagues in our literate we know our organizations we know pure hawkes bay and the eerie that she has talked about but we’ve also moved on everybody have moved on we’ve got very very high number of representations on people in local councils for examples here we have senior managers and a lot of council organizations we had not we’re not living in the dark ages we are absolutely active and so the point around the gains I will say it again as I see it in my second speech as gain to me feels like it has been a rate that have been asked to swallow why to support and pop up a bill that is unpopular with so many people around this country soon and I’ve yet to hear the value that they have gained in relation to clauses do d 8 13 and 16 of this bill to ensure those ear we who are unable to participate wool the crown will the Minister resource them to do so Mr Speaker I would welcome the minister to respond to those questions that of us I think they deserve a response on to ensure that the ear we there are watching have participated in this process that their concerns have been taken on board when it comes to the issue of resourcing children stuart-smith Hoover the question be now put yes members we’ve been we’ve had a point of order Chris Wathan that close motion but I can I am point out that the chair in the chair the very outset of this debate I’ve noted that he expected to be longer and I note them that it has gone on for some time but I would ask that I’ve been in the house and there are three moldy caucus colleagues of mine who wish to make a contribution I don’t believe it I’ve been able to make a contribution and this piece of legislation as was said in the last contribution does hi to the elite I think the member the debate has gone on for just under four hours three hours 57 minutes in fact 46 calls and what I’ve done is that those who have sought calls and have been on the committee have actually had calls some of them had their full allocation of calls and it’s not for me to decide whether the house accepts the closure that’s for the committee of the house to decide how many of the whole I’m going to accept Stewart’s mother Smith and so I’m putting it and then you can decide whether the debate continues in the committee so the question is that the question be now put those of that opinion will say I to country know the eyes of party votes call for ask the clerk for a party vote

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