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Have your say 12 Oct 2020

Have your say on improvements to bylaws about alcohol bans and cemeteries and crematoria

Public consultation opens on 10 October on improvements to council bylaws around alcohol bans, cemeteries and crematoria.

Plans / Projects 16 Sep 2020

Harbourview-Orangihina marae development takes next step

Henderson-Massey Local Board will request Auckland Council amend legacy council resolutions, paving the way for the Te Atatū Marae Coalition Trust to be given future tenure to develop a marae at Harbourview-Orangihina Park in Te Atatū Peninsula.

Policies / Regulations 31 Aug 2020

New building consenting legislation changes introduced

New legislation exempting some building work from requiring a building consent under the Building Act 2004 takes effect from Monday 31 August.

Policies / Regulations 31 Aug 2020

Council helps businesses make better use of outdoor space in Level 2

Auckland Council is working with the city’s cafe and restaurant owners to help them make better use of their outdoor space – fast-tracking the application process for outdoor dining licences.

Transport 21 Aug 2020

New options for biking and scooting around Auckland

While rental e-scooters, e-bikes and bikes are out of action during Alert Level 3, Auckland Council and AT have been busy assessing and reviewing applications for the new rental licence period set to start next month.

Transport 20 Aug 2020

New round of rental e-scooter licences on horizon

Auckland Council is reviewing new applications for the next round of rental e-scooter licences. Successful companies will be able to start operating on 4 September 2020.

Waste 18 Aug 2020

Auckland Council welcomes new waste management specification

A new specification has launched which aims to reduce construction and demolition waste going to landfills.

Policies / Regulations 14 Aug 2020

Leading-edge technology enables inspections from safe distance

While the building industry came to a standstill in COVID-19 Alert Level 4, remote building consents continued thanks to Auckland Council’s leading-edge technology.