Two Labour Party MPs will be visiting Tauranga in the next two weeks to speak with the Bay of Plenty Regional Council, small business owners and other organisations.

Spokesperson for the environment Moana Mackey will visit this Friday, March 21, and will meet with Envirohub and its chair, Mary Dillon, as well as regional councillors and staff.

A Labour Party representative said groups in the region were very concerned about proposed changes to the Resource Management Act.

Labour's spokesperson for small business, revenue and associate finance David Clark will visit the following week on Friday, March 28.

He will meet with small business owners and operators to discuss the issues and challenges they face in our region.

He will then travel to Te Puke to meet with the Te Puke Economic Development Group.