Tēnā koutou katoa,

With the reform of the resource management well underway, we are looking at how the future system will be implemented.

This is an opportunity for our policy teams to discuss with you the following key topics related to the reform as we look to develop, transition, and implement the next stages.

National Planning Framework – This session will cover; The National Planning Framework (NPF) policy intent of existing national direction developed under the RMA, an overarching layer that will sit across the top of each individual area of national direction, and new content that will provide high-level direction to regional planning committees on how to respond to climate change, respond to natural hazards, and how to consider cultural heritage and outstanding natural landscapes.

Limits and Targets   – This session will outline the role of limits and targets in the system and the ways that this will contribute to Te Oranga o te Taiao. You will have an opportunity to discuss and the restoration and protection of the mauri of te taiao.

Climate – Managed retreat – This session will unpack how MfE will propose to protect and preserve and connection to people, place, and the culture moving forward.


Online hui

We invite you to register to attend the online hui by clicking the button below. 

Thursday 18th May 2023

10.00 – 12:30pm




You can also email RMevents@mfe.govt.nz and place into the subject line: Wellington- May 2023 Engagement Hui RSVP to register your interest in attending in-person.
MfE understands that some of you may have been undertaking engagement recently your Treaty settlements are upheld in the new system. These Regional Hui will not interfere with those discussions.
We are excited to offer this opportunity to inform our work as we build a better future resource management system for our mokopuna and future generations.
Nau piki mai, nau kake maiMana tu mo te Taiao – Te Ropū Matapōpore a Te Taiao