Bailey Peryman

Bailey Peryman

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New Zealand was the first country in the world to adopt surf break protection within its resource management framework. Surf breaks are now specifically provided for under the New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement 2010. These developments resulted from a groundswell of interest from the grassroots surfing community, backed by an improved knowledge o...
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This paper describes progress on the implementation of the New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement 2010 that provides for the protection of surf breaks in New Zealand. Reporting on a survey of councils and practitioners it identifies barriers to the implementation of the policy statement.
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New Zealand was the first country in the world to adopt surf break protection within its resource management policy framework.Surf breaks are now specifically provided for under the New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement (NZCPS) 2010. It is anticipated that there will be a period in which councils transition from the NZCPS 1994 in implementing the ne...
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Master plans are a common strategic planning tool in New Zealand and can help bridge the gap between non-statutory and statutory planning approaches. They have been used in a range of spatial planning and urban design contexts, and have also played a central role in recovery processes following natural disasters. There is evidence to suggest that b...

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Sustainable management of surf breaks