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Draft Dangerous and Insanitary Building Policy

Submissions now being accepted

April 08, 2020

Rangitīkei District Council is consulting on the draft Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy.

The Building Act 2004 requires Territorial Authorities to adopt a policy on dangerous and insanitary buildings. The purpose of this Policy is to ensure that the Rangitīkei District is a safe and healthy place to live and visit.

Written submissions on the draft Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy may be made from 2 April 2020 to 12 noon 4 May 2020. You can make a submission online or print a copy and post it to Marton Office, 46 High Street, Marton, 4741.

For more information and to lodge your submission visit Draft Dangerous and Insanitary Building Policy