Timaru District Consolidated Bylaw 2013
Chapters should be read in conjunction with Chapter 1.
Includes provisions and terms common to all bylaw chapters.
Regulates a diverse range of activities, including:
- maintaining standards of public health and safety;
- protecting the public from nuisances;
- minimising the potential for offensive behaviour; and to
- manage land associated with or under the control of the council for the wellbeing and enjoyment of the public.
Regulates the conduct of persons selling goods on streets, roads, footpaths, Council Property and other public places and using vehicles to sell goods and services to the general public.
Prohibits the control and possession of liquor in public places.
Regulates the riding of skateboards and other similar devices on footpaths.
Gives effect to the Timaru District Council Dog Control Policy 2013 by specifying the standards of control which must be observed by dog owners.
Allows for the use of parks, reserves, beaches and recreational tracks in a manner that will not impinge upon the enjoyment of others or cause damage to natural areas and improvements.
Enables Council to control and set standards for the operation of the cultural and recreational facilities under the ownership or control of Council.
Regulates the purchase of plots, interment procedures, erection of structures and maintenance of cemeteries.
Provide rules and guidelines for the movement of traffic in the Timaru District.
Sets the speed limits on all roads within the Timaru district.
Enables control of those areas permitted to be used as vehicle stands and to outline conditions that can be imposed.
Allows for areas where public parking is available and provide the rules and guidelines for these areas.
Provides for the regulation and management of kerbside collection, waste on commercial premises and regulates and monitors commercial waste operators and waste handling facilities in the district.
Enables Council to meet its statutory duties and obligations and to set standards of supply, installation, and control of water supply, stormwater drainage, sewerage and trade waste.
Define Council's requirements for water races and to provide for the protection of water races.
Provide rules for the protection of the public and the environment, by ensuring that adequate protection provisions are made during demolition, construction, renovation and maintenance of buildings and site works.
Enables Council to meet its statutory duties and responsibilities and to monitor accommodation buildings to ensure that conditions do not arise that may compromise the health and safety of tenants, neighbours or the community at large.
Chapter 19: Revoked
Regulates the fires involving vegetation inside an urban fire district.
Sets out the requirements for the keeping of animals, poultry and bees in urban zoned areas.
Ensures that adequately trained operators work in all food premises throughout the district and establish requirements that all premises preparing food for sale shall have on the staff persons who are adequately trained in food hygiene and to ensure that registered operators maintain their premises in such a way that food safety is not compromised.
Apply rules to prevent the transfer of communicable diseases and infections in public swimming and spa pool facilities or from beauty facilities or skin piercing practices and allows for registration of premises and that certain standards of construction and operation are achieved and maintained.
Authorises Council to levy and collect charges for the use of the airport including all land and buildings.