Amanda leads Lane Neave’s Resource Management and Environmental Law team. She has been involved in environmental law and planning for over 30 years. This background enables her to tackle any matter that arises and provide a “no surprises” approach.
Amanda takes a pragmatic approach to giving advice and resolving problems while at the same time providing advice that is strategic and business focussed. She enjoys working as part of a multidisciplinary team and is experienced in managing statutory consenting processes with and without the assistance of specialist project managers for large and complex projects.
Amanda has advised on port and airport developments, urban and rural plan changes, district and regional plan reviews, financial contribution and resource management reforms, large scale subdivisions and commercial developments, aquaculture, meat processing and wastewater proposals.