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  1. Jocelyn Winwood
    Jocelyn Winwood says:

    I would like to know who the members of the ‘Astrolabe” Community Trust is – names of individuals? “The consent was lodged by the Astrolabe Community Trust” – as claimed in the ‘Sun’ media article.
    ….also, Your article states that the OWNERS of the Rena have lodged a Resource Consent application. “The Rena’s owner has lodged resource consent applications”
    Have you in fact received two Resource applications – if not, then which of these two parties has in fact lodged the application?
    Thank you
    Jocelyn Winwood

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    • Rena Resource Consent
      Rena Resource Consent says:

      The Astrolabe Community Trust represents the Owners of the Rena, however we do not know who the Trustees are.

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  2. Bob Russell
    Bob Russell says:

    How do we join the process as a neutral affected party? Is a Section 274 a possible option at the moment? Thanks, Bob

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    • Rena Resource Consent
      Rena Resource Consent says:

      Parties who submitted on the application can be supported in their submissions by other parties. The supporting parties can present information/ evidence as part of the submitter’s submission in the resource consent hearing process. This website has a list of all the parties who lodged a submission on the application as well as their contact details here https://www.renaresourceconsent.org.nz/submitted/. You can review the list and approach a party who has a submission in the theme of your position on the application.

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  3. Buddy Mikaere
    Buddy Mikaere says:

    I am concerned that Opus Consultants who have been assigned to undertake an assessment of cultural issues associated with the consents have not made contact with us (Ngai Te Hapu) at all. How can this be? An assessment of the cultural issues is not just a paper or desk top exercise. Do it properly.

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    • Rena Resource Consent
      Rena Resource Consent says:

      Opus was engaged by the Regional Council in its function as the Consent authority to review the aspects of the application related to cultural matters. They have not been engaged to undertake independent cultural assessment.

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  4. Julian Fitter
    Julian Fitter says:

    I put in an online submission to the Rewna Appliaction on August 6th, on checking the list of received submissions, mine does not appear to be listed. I am concerned, can you please contact me and advise why my submission appears to have been lost.
    Many thanks
    07 533 2040

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  5. Darryn Hitchcock
    Darryn Hitchcock says:

    As part of the resource consent process was there an AEE conducted by the party representing The Astrolabe Community Trust? Is this available publically to view?

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