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Welcome to MPC Planning

We have merged with BCL Surveyors to form Envivo. See our new website here.
Resource Management and Town Planning consultants.

MPC Planning provides comprehensive planning advice and effective resource management solutions. Our expertise includes commercial, industrial, institutional, residential, rural and mixed-use development projects and subdivisions.

The Company’s Directors – James Hook, Mark Finlayson and Tom Bretherton lead a team of planners and support personnel, which ensures that multiple projects and planning tasks can be coordinated and completed in an efficient and cost effective manner.

MPC Planning is proud of its reputation for providing accurate and effective planning advice, high quality reporting and excellent service. We seek to add value by identifying opportunities to maximise the development potential of any given site, while advising on how to minimise risks to a successful project.

Professional Services:

  • Resource Consent Applications, including: land use, subdivision, coastal permits, discharge Consents
  • Assessment of Environmental Effects
  • Due diligence investigations
  • Strategic development advice
  • Expert Planning Evidence
  • Plan Changes
  • Planning Reports
  • Submissions

MPC Planning are authorised consultants to prepare “Streamlined” resource consent applications to Auckland City Council.

MPC Planning has been approved by the Ministry for the Environment to process applications subject to Ministerial “Call-in”.

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News

  • MPC’s Early Childcare Centre Projects

    October 23, 2016

    MPC’s Early Childcare Centre Profile Keeps Growing! MPC Planning has been assisting the Ministry of Education in obtaining resource consent for nine early childhood centres in Counties Manukau as part of the Counties Manukau Participation Plan (CMPP). The CMPP is a targeted Ministry of Education intervention to support access to early childhood education for those […]

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