The latest Part of the Local Government Law Journal contains several interesting articles covering a wide range of topics including a proposed redesign of local government based on an outcome, services and regulatory division of functions and organisation, consultation requirements under New Zealand’s Local Government Act 2002, climate change adaptation risk management in local government, development in New South Wales, Queensland floodplain guidelines and managing invasive species.
The Local Government and Planning Law Guide is merging with the Local Government Law Journal.
The combination of their content provides you with a comprehensive analytical guide, assisting you through the practical and theoretical aspects of local government and planning practice.
The July 2011 issue of the Local Government Law Journal is the first for the new General Editors, John Mant and Mary-Lynne Taylor, and includes several interesting articles on a range of topics as well as a digest of cases. There are articles on water reform in Queensland, development assessment and approval processes in the ACT and the enforcement of environmental and planning laws in NSW, plus much more.
Thomson Reuters are pleased to welcome John Mant and Mary-Lynne Taylor to the Local Government Law Journal as the new General Editors. John and Mary-Lynne will be taking over from Stefani White, who has stepped down due to other time commitments. Stefani has been General Editor since the Journal began in 1995 and has consistently ensured the publication of high quality content in the Journal. While we are sad to see Stefani go, we are pleased she is handing over the baton to the likes of John Mant and Mary-Lynne Taylor.