Consultation - Liquor Control in a Public Place Bylaw 2018

October 01, 2018

Liquor Control in a Public Place Bylaw

The main aspect of the Liquor Control in a Public Place Bylaw 2018 is that it restricts the consumption of alcohol in public places – through ‘liquor ban’ areas. These areas are those which are most likely to experience alcohol related crime. These areas include:

  • Bulls – CBD and Bulls Domain and Haylock Park
  • Marton – CBD and Marton Park and Centennial Park
  • Taihape – CBD and Memorial Park, The Outback and Robin Street park
  • Hunterville – CBD and Queens Park


Submissions
Written submissions may be made until noon Wednesday 31 October 2018.
Those who make a written submission may also make an oral submission. Oral hearings are scheduled for 8 November 2018 at the Council Chambers in Marton. Please indicate on your submission form if you wish to speak to your submission.

If you have any questions please contact Blair Jamieson, Strategy and Community Planning Manager.

Liquor Control in a Public Place Bylaw 2018

Summary Information

Submission Form