Resource Management (Transitional, Fees, Rents, and Royalties) Regulations 1991

This page outlines the role of the Resource Management (Transitional, Fees, Rents, and Royalties) Regulations 1991 and provides a link to the regulations. 

Role of the regulations

The Resource Management (Transitional, Fees, Rents, and Royalties) Regulations 1991 set fees and royalties for certain activities within the coastal marine area under the Resource Management Act 1991. 

The transitional provisions as well as the specific fees set by these regulations have been revoked.

The regulations allow regional councils to recover costs related to the consideration of restricted coastal activities.

The regulations also set rents and royalties for:

  • the occupation of land of the Crown in the coastal marine area
  • the removal of sand, shingle or any other natural material from any land of the Crown in the coastal marine area
  • any coastal permit or water permit involving the use of geothermal energy.

The Resource Management (Transitional, Fees, Rents, and Royalties) Regulations 1991 [NZ legislation website] were passed on 16 September 1991 and came into effect on 1 October 1991. 

Reviewed:
15/10/15