Matthew has experience in all aspects of resource management, local government, and Māori customary law. Matthew advises local and central government clients having been involved in plan making and changing processes and has experience with the issues that arise in the resource consenting and enforcement space. He has appeared in the High Court and has had matters heard on the papers in both the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal.
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