Council has recently completed its review of the following bylaws:
- Control of Advertising Signs Bylaw – amended and renamed the Control of Temporary Signs Bylaw 3 October 2018
- Public Places Bylaw 2005 – amended and adopted on 27 September 2017
- Trading in Public Places Bylaw 2005 – revoked on 20 September 2017 (incorporated in the Public Places Bylaw 2005)
- Keeping of Stock, Poultry and Bees Bylaw 2005 – amended and adopted on 17 May 2017
- Traffic and Parking Bylaw 2005 – amended and adopted on 17 May 2017
- Community facilities Bylaw 2005 – revoked on 5 April 2017 (incorporated in the Public Places Bylaw 2005)
- Solid Waste Bylaw 2005 – revoked on 5 April 2017
What is a bylaw?
A bylaw is a rule or regulation made by a local authority such as the Upper Hutt City Council. The Local Government Act 2002 empowers the Council to make bylaws. The Act stipulates that the Council must first determine that a bylaw is the most appropriate way of addressing the particular problem and it then prescribes a procedure for making a bylaw. Council also has to review its bylaws every ten years.
Current bylaws used by Upper Hutt City Council are listed below, click on a link to view the bylaw in PDF format.
Brothels Bylaw [PDF 63 KB]
Control of Temporary Signs Bylaw [PDF 157 KB]
Dog Control Bylaw [PDF 229 KB]
Hutt Valley Trade Wastes Bylaw [PDF 516KB]
Keeping of stock, poultry and bees [PDF 91 KB]
Liquor control (Central Area) Bylaw [PDF 671 KB]
Public Places Bylaw [PDF 209 KB]
Silverstream Liquor Control Bylaw [PDF 2.35 MB]
Speed Limits Bylaw [PDF 850 KB]
Traffic and Parking Bylaw [PDF 433 KB]
Unoccupied Commercial Premises Bylaw [PDF 237 KB]
Water Supply Bylaw [PDF 142 KB]
Links to additional information are provided in the Resources and Links section.
Last updated on 10 Dec 2018