Posted on June 29, 2015
By Bernard Orsman, The New Zealand Herald
Ports of Auckland says it will not appeal the High Court decision that revoked consent for its controversial Bledisloe Wharf extensions.
Following a board meeting today, ports chief executive Tony Gibson said while the decision caused some problems with consenting and the ability to accommodate more and longer ships “we feel that appealing this case would not produce a sustainable resolution to those issues”.
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