On Tuesday the 18th of February Ministry for the Environment staff will be in Hokitika at the Beachfront Hotel at 6:00pm.
The meeting is being held to discuss with West Coast miners the details of proposed Significant Natural Areas and other implications of the National Policy Statement on Indigenous Biodiversity.
The outcome of any new laws or regulations will impact those in the mining industry operating on either public or private land, as this relates to levels of protection given to native wildlife and vegetation, irrespective of land ownership.
For any questions regarding the meeting or its contents, please contact Minerals West Coast manager, Patrick Phelps.
LOCATION: Beachfront Hotel, Revell Street, Hokitika
WHO: Ministry for the Environment staff and West Coast miners
WHAT: Discussing the details of the National Policy Statement for Indigenous Biodiversity
Contact: Patrick Phelps - 021 238 6846 or email@example.com
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