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|Title: ||Simplifying management plans|
|Author: ||Department of Horticulture, Landscape and Parks|
|Date: ||May-1983 |
|Publisher: ||Lincoln College. Department of Horticulture, Landscape and Parks.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Bulletin (Lincoln College (University of Canterbury). Department of Horticulture, Landscape, and Parks) ; no. 41|
|Item Type: ||Monograph|
|Abstract: ||A report of the proceedings of a block course which was designed " To demonstrate a simplified technique of management planning to assist in the completion of plans particularly for small recreation reserves and to highlight major difficulties in the light of experience of the procedure and processing of management plans".
This report includes the full text of the following papers: W.T. Devine, Reserve management plans : review of statutory requirements in the Reserves Act, 1977, and its Underlying Philosophy; P.F. Hardy, The Reserves Act, 1977, and the town and Country Planning Act, 1977; Ms D. Menzies, The costs and benefits of undertaking management plans; Ms H. Hodgson, District and regional planning schemes and the implications for management plans for reserves; J. Edmonds, Simplifying management planning; J. Edmonds, Public involvement, issues and values; A.D. Jellyman, One practitioner's guide to the never-never; P. Sergel and W.A. Featherstone, The Hamilton city council's approach to management planning; G. Webley, Management plan format; J.D. Annan and M.D. Rykers, Halswell domain; Block Course Participants, Sample objectives for Halswell domain.|
|Description: ||Edited by J.O. Taylor.|
|Persistent URL (URI): ||http://hdl.handle.net/10182/3175|
|Rights: ||Copyright © Lincoln College. Department of Horticulture, Landscape and Parks.|
|Appears in Collections:||Department of Horticulture, Landscape and Parks Bulletin series|
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