This bylaw is made under sections 145 and 146 of the Local Government Act 2002.
1. Short title
- This bylaw is the Christchurch City Council Public Places Bylaw 2018.
- This bylaw comes into force on 1 December 2018.
- This bylaw enables the management of public places in order to balance the various different, and sometimes competing, lawful uses for which public places may be used. It seeks to provide for reasonable controls to protect health and safety, to protect the public from nuisance and to provide for the regulation of trading in public places.
- In this Bylaw, unless the context requires otherwise
|Act||means the Local Government Act 2002|
|Authorised officer||means an officer or other person appointed by the Council to perform duties, or give permissions under this bylaw.|
|Corridor Access Request (CAR)||means an application to carry out any work or activity that affects the normal operation of the road, footpath and grass berm, prior to performing the work or activity.|
|Council||means the Christchurch City Council and includes any person authorised by the Council to act on its behalf.|
|District plan||means the Christchurch District Plan|
|Event||means an organised temporary activity with set start and end dates, which is set-up in a public place. It may be free or ticketed, conducted for the purpose of attracting revenue, support, awareness, and/or for entertainment, community connection|