Dyanna Jolly will reflect on the experience of using Cultural Impact Assessment (CIA) to facilitate iwi/hapū involvement in the recovery and development of Lyttelton Port, following the Canterbury earthquakes. CIA is used in plan-making and resource consent processes to articulate priorities and aspirations, assess potential effects, and identify processes, provisions, and outcomes required to align port company and mana whenua visions for the future of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour. This presentation is designed for planners, social scientists, geographers, engineers, and those wanting to understand CIA and its uses in today’s development and environmental processes.
Drinks and nibbles provided.
5 Mar 2019
- 7:30 PM
Palmerston North Central Library
4 The Square, Palmerston North
(Ground floor - entrance off George Street)
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