News Updates

12 April 2013



As promised in our previous eNews update, we are pleased to announce further details of our recently extended Consents service.  In particular, we are putting some focus on Compliance Monitoring this month, as this is an area that can be easily overlooked but is still vitally important to every project.

Independent Monitoring of Consents



We now provide a service to independently monitor consent compliance for new and existing sites on behalf of our clients.

Consent holders, or operators, are legally obliged (under the RMA) to monitor their resource consents to ensure full compliance with the associated consent conditions.  Conditions of consent will have been developed by council to make sure that any actual or potential adverse environmental effects of an activity are appropriately avoided, remedied or mitigated.

Failing to adequately satisfy all conditions of consent can result in Council taking enforcement action whereby financial and time penalties can be imposed upon the project. 

Read more here.

Latest Case Studies Online


Tatua Dairy Company Substation
Client: Powerco

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Client: Transpower

Last Minute Extras

  • Powerco Charity Golf Tournament: 25th April @ Mount Maunganui Golf Club - Edison is sponsoring a hole plus has a team of four entering the tournament.

  • Edison Tauranga is on the move: We will let you all know our new Tauranga contact details in early May plus you can always count on our website for the latest information.




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