Regulatory Impact Statements (RISs)
IntroductionRISs provide information on the range of feasible options when legislation is created or amended. Read RISs developed by DOC.
This Regulatory Impact Statement was prepared by DOC to provide an analysis of options to manage the effects of (non-fishing) impacts on Hector’s and Māui dolphins as part of a revised Hector’s and Māui Dolphin Threat Management Plan.
Proposal to introduce an infringement notice system for less serious offending against conservation legislation: Regulatory Impact Statement
This Regulatory Impact Statement provides an assessment of the costs and benefits of the proposed legislation to introduce an infringement notice system for less serious instances of offending under conservation legislation.
This Regulatory Impact Statement provides an analysis of options to enable the effective management of the Taupo Sports Fishery by making it practical to more frequently change the conditions for fishing.
This Regulatory Impact Statement has been prepared by the Department of Conservation to provide an analysis of options to undertake the next statutory steps in the creation of five marine reserves on the West Coast South Island.
Legislation to allow recovery of indigenous timber from some protected areas affected by West Coast (South Island) cyclone event: Regulatory Impact Statement
This Regulatory Impact Statement has been prepared by the Department of Conservation to provide an analysis of options for the management of timber harvest from South Island West Coast forests on public conservation land recently affected by cyclonic winds (Cyclone Ita).
Read an analysis of options to provide improved marine protection through the establishment of a marine reserve in the territorial sea along the Auckland coastline east of Warkworth, north of the Tāwharanui peninsula.