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Council is keen to hear about those parts of the Bylaw that interest or impact on the community and to let them know what people think of the proposed changes.
- May 08, 2020
Have your say on Kaipara’s proposed new Consolidated General Bylaw
Kaipara District Council is proposing to replace their old Bylaws with a new, tidier version and is asking the community for input before it is finalised.
Kaipara District Council’s Consolidated General Bylaws are created to make our district a healthy and safe place, and largely cover health, safety and environmental issues. The proposed updates include removing five parts that are now obsolete, simplifying the way the Bylaw is written to make it clearer, and making some significant proposed changes to the Cemeteries and Crematoria and Solid Waste sections.
The proposed Solid Waste Bylaw was changed to better reflect legislation and Council’s Waste Management Minimisation Plan, and for Cemeteries and Crematoria the way we manage cemeteries is more transparent and a few technical aspects have been clarified.
Council is keen to hear about those parts of the Bylaw that interest or impact on the community and to let them know what people think of the proposed changes. Feedback could list other matters that might need to be included to ensure they are relevant for the District into the future.
Details on the proposed changes can be found on kaipara.govt.nz/haveyoursay. Hard copies will be available at KDC offices and libraries after they reopen to the public. If you would like to know more but don’t have internet access, contact Council on 0800 727 059 and request a copy of the proposed Bylaws.
Submissions are open from 11 May to 19 June 2020, and can be completed through the website, over the phone with Council or by hardcopy or email.
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