Under legislation Council must use the special consultative procedure to review the Wairoa District Council Dangerous, Insanitary and Affected Buildings Policy. The proposed amendments include updates due to legislative changes and updates for currency e.g. replacing references to the Fire Service with Fire and Emergency New Zealand.
Council is considering whether it should adopt amendments to the Wairoa District Council Dangerous, Insanitary and Affected Buildings Policy. It considers that this is a matter for local communities to provide feedback, there is also a legislative requirement for the special consultative procedure to be used. Council is therefore seeking feedback from its communities on whether they believe Council should adopt these proposed amendments to the policy.
Those who make a written submission may choose to make an oral submission. Hearing of oral submissions are tentatively scheduled for Tuesday 2nd April 2019 at 10am.
Please indicate on your submission form if you wish to speak to your submission.
If you have any questions about this bylaw or the submission process please contact Charlotte Knight, Policy & Governance Team Leader on 06 838 7309.
This consultation is now closed
26 June 2019
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