The policy outlines the Council’s responsibilities in relation to CCTV cameras in the Hawera Town Centre. The policy lists the locations of cameras and ensures the installation and operation of the system complies with the Privacy Act 1993.
The Council makes a significant contribution to the social, economic, environmental, and cultural wellbeing of the South Taranaki community, through its community funding grants. This Policy sets out the Council’s expectations for the application, administration, and allocation of funding, and outlines responsibilities of the Council, committees, and applicants.
This policy outlines the level of support that the Council will provide in a grant for community-owned surveillance systems in a fair and equitable way; without hindering community ownership.
The policy seeks to reduce potential risks posed to residents in the district by dangerous, affected or insanitary buildings; and provides a framework of how the Council will manage unsatisfactory building conditions.
The policy provides information about dog ownership within the South Taranaki District, along with Council’s management and regulation of dogs; to meet the needs and safety of the wider community.
1) Board venues
The Board Venues Policy provides a policy stance on the development of new board venues within the South Taranaki District. Currently the Council does not permit any stand-alone board venues from operating. Board Venues Policy (2019)
2) Class 4 Gambling
The Class 4 Gambling Venues Policy provides a policy stance on the establishment, location and number of machines that may be operated at each venue, within the South Taranaki District. Class 4 Gambling Venues Policy (2019)
The purpose of this policy is to describe Council's role in providing affordable housing for the elderly and set out how Council will manage the activity, including funding, accommodation standards and tenancy management.
The policy provides information on which customers have access to the service, the number of approved containers, the extent of the collection route, and the allocation of charges for the service.
This Policy sets out the Council’s expectations for the future acquisition and disposal of properties to ensure that Council properties are providing the maximum benefit to the District and properties that do not serve a useful purpose or provide a financial benefit are properly disposed of.
The South Taranaki District Council (the Council) is responsible for the naming and renaming of roads (as defined under this Policy) within its District. Road names are used to accurately locate properties. This includes emergency services, postal and delivery services, utility services (such as power, telephone, and water), and electoral purposes; and contributes to making our communities safer. The naming of roads also provides the community with a sense of self, identity, cultural integrity and belonging.
The purpose of the Policy is to ensure that the approach to the naming and renaming of roads is consistent and there is a process to rename culturally offensive or inappropriate road names that is inclusive of mana whenua. Road names used should reflect the cultural identity of the District.
Council will be proactive and demonstrate leadership by promoting a smoke free lifestyle as being both desirable and the norm in South Taranaki. By focusing on five key areas, the Council will send a positive message that our children’s health and the environment should be protected from the effects of smoking.
The policy outlines the requirements for the development and installation of underpasses. This includes how the Council will assess applications and what applicants are required to do, to utilise the road in a safe manner. The policy should be read in conjunction with the South Taranaki District Council’s Livestock Control Bylaw.
This policy outlines how the Council aims to effectively and safely operate its water supply and wastewater activities, and provide information to:
- Ensure that levels of water leakage are acceptable;
- Regularise how cross boundary water connections are addressed;
- Facilitate measurement of the amount of water supplied;
- Ensure that the electrical safety is addressed when properties have been earthed to the water supply network;
- Reduce the amount of rain water entering the sewerage system.