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13 Cross-Boundary and Inter-Agency Management

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Achieving integrated management involves considering how an activity may affect a range of natural and physical resources, either directly or indirectly. More specifically s67(1)(h) of the RMA requires the Plan to state the processes to be used to deal with issues which cross local authority boundaries, and issues between territorial authorities and between regions.

Because the boundaries of the CMA are arbitrary there is a need to ensure integrated management across Mean High Water Springs, as well as between Environment Waikato and other local authorities.

In addition, there are a range of different agencies with responsibilities in the CMA. Liaison and consultation between these agencies is an important part of integrated management.1

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