Wynn Williams’ specialist team in Resource Management and Environmental Law is leading the way in freshwater management with their innovative and pragmatic approach.

Wynn Williams' Resource Management and Environmental team operates at the forefront of freshwater management planning in New Zealand. Renowned for their expertise as specialist legal advisors to regional councils, the team has successfully managed complex freshwater planning projects from inception through to resolution of appeals, as part of councils' requirement to give effect to the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management. This involves strategic advice on all aspects of the planning process.  Wynn Williams has a high degree of technical knowledge with respect to water quantity and water quality issues. 

Wynn Williams' Resource Management and Environmental Team are leading innovative approaches to dealing with freshwater management. The Team has been heavily involved in finding solutions to address water allocation and water quality issues, and in the application of various nutrient management tools in regional plans.  Having worked with regional and territorial authorities, the team has extensive experience in the implementation of higher order policy documents, including the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management and its National Objectives Framework.  

Freshwater management affects a wide range of industries, stakeholders, interest groups, local authorities and the community.  The team is adept at handling all water management issues as a result of their broad experience and knowledge base.
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