Kate Storer specialises in Environmental and Resource Management Law. After completing a degree in Law (with Honours) at the University of Bristol, UK, she worked in private practice and for an environmental not for profit think tank. She also holds a first class masters degree in public law from the University of Auckland.
“Environmental law is one of the most important areas of law for New Zealanders. I enjoy being part of an innovative team that is so intently focused on delivering great results for clients, and working on issues that really matter to New Zealand.”
- Master of Laws (Hons, first class), University of Auckland
- Bachelor of Laws (Hons) University of Bristol, UK
- Environmental Defence Society, 2008-2013
- Grimshaw and Co Litigation and Dispute Management, 2005-2007
Phone: 09 969 2303
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Pokeno plan change request granted for extension
Mon May 14th 2018
Pokeno Village Holdings Limited successfully obtained approval for the rezoning of 26 hectares of rural land adjoining the existing Pokeno Structure Plan area.
FEEDBACK SOUGHT ON POTENTIAL SHORT TERM AMENDMENTS TO RMA
Wed March 7th 2018
Over the last two years, Berry Simons has been critical of what we see as a decline in the coherence and workability of the Resource Management Act 1991 (“RMA”), as a result of ill-conceived and poorly drafted amendments to that Act.