The notification period for public submissions on the proposed revocation of reserve status for 20 sites across Tāmaki Makaurau has been extended until April 14, Auckland Council announces. The notification period has been extended to ensure that anyone wishing to make an objection has ample opportunity to do so, given the significant public interest in the process. Once the consultation is closed, each property and all submissions received will be reported to the relevant Council committee for a decision about whether to recommend to the Minister that the Reserves Act status should be revoked. Full details on how to submit a proposal, as well as copies of the public notices, can be found on the Auckland Council website.
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