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The CHBDC Bylaws series covers various matters under local authority jurisdiction. Local authorities are empowered under a variety of Acts including the Local Government Act 2002 to make Bylaws.

Under the 2002 Act, a current bylaw made before 1 July 2003 under a now repealed provision of the Local Government Act 1974, was to have been automatically revoked on 1 July 2008. A current bylaw made before 1 July2003 under a provision of the Local Government Act 1974 that is still in force shall be reviewed by 1 July 2008.If it is not reviewed, the bylaw will be automatically revoked on1 July 2010. Bylaws made by a local authority under the Local Government Act 2002 or the Local Government Act 1974 after 1 July 2003 shall be reviewed no later than 5 years after the bylaw was made, and then every 10 years after that.

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Bylaws Review 2021: Three Waters Bylaw Submissions
Part 01 Introductory Bylaw 2018
Part 02 Public Places Bylaw 2018
Part 03 Hostels Bylaw 2018
Part 04 Trading in Public Places Bylaw 2018
Part 05 Livestock Movement & Animals in Public Places Bylaw 2018
Part 06 Solid Waste Bylaw 2018
Part 07 Water Supply Bylaw 2021
Part 08 Control of Advertising Signs Bylaw 2018
Part 12 Dog Control Bylaw 2018
Part 13 The Keeping of Animals Poultry and Bees Bylaw 2018
Part 14 Cemeteries Bylaw 2018
Part 21 Stormwater Bylaw 2021
Part 22 Wastewater Bylaw 2021
Part 23 Trade Waste Bylaw 2021
Part 25 Traffic Bylaw 2018
Part 26 Speed Limits Bylaw 2018
Part 29 Liquor Control in Public Places Bylaw 2018

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2021 Three Waters Bylaw Practice Notes:

Council has created a set of Practice Notes to guide the implementation of the new 2021 Three Waters Bylaws. See links below.


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