Liquor Control Bylaw comes into effect
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The Council has reviewed the Bylaw and made changes to Liquor Ban Areas.
The South Taranaki District Council Public Places: Liquor Control Bylaw 2012 comes into effect
1st December 2013.
New signage and stencilling on the footpath has been installed to define the new areas.
The Bylaw can be viewed on the Council website www.southtaranaki.com or at any LibraryPlus Centre. For any queries regarding the Bylaw, please contact the Council on 0800 111 323.
The Hawera CBD has a Liquor Ban in place for 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Changes have been made to the locations of the ban area as follows:
Parks and Reserves in Hawera
The following Parks and Reserves are included in the Hawera Liquor Ban area (24 hours a day, seven days a week):
• Hicks Memorial Park (excluding the TSB Hub and grandstand)
• King Edward Park (including the PowerCo Aquatic Centre)
• Naumai Park
• Hawera Cemetery
• Goodson Dell
• Clapham Common
• McGuire Street Reserve
• Queen Elizabeth Park
• Kowhai Park
• McCallum Park (Hawera)
• Beech Place Reserve (Hawera)
• Hawera BMX Track
The Liquor Ban Area in Eltham is in force within the 50km zone, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Eltham Cemetery now has a Liquor Ban in place for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A new Liquor Ban Area is now in place in the following areas of Patea:
• all of Egmont Street from Hadfield Street to Beach Road,
• Beach Road,
• Patea Beach and Car park; and
• all places adjacent to these streets, including service lanes, footpaths, car parks and parks.
• Tasman Street between Hickey Place to Ihaia Road and all public places adjacent to these streets and within this area, including service lanes, footpaths, car parks and parks (24 hours a day, seven days a week)
• The public areas of Opunake Beach (excluding the Opunake Beach Camp), and the surrounding cliff tops and the public areas of the Opunake Lake Reserve area (Friday before Christmas Day to the second Sunday of January – 24 hours day).
• South Road between Hassard Street and Kaipi Street (Friday before Christmas Day to the second Sunday of January – 24 hours a day)