Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee

 

OPEN MINUTES

 

 

 

Minutes of a meeting of the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee held in the Local Board Office, 2 Glen Road, Browns Bay on Friday, 20 November 2015 at 1.30pm.

 

present

 

Chairperson

Julia Parfitt, JP

 

 

 

Deputy Chairperson

Janet Fitzgerald, JP

 

 

 

Members

Gaye Harding-Kirikiri

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABSENT

 

Member

Lisa Whyte

 

 

 

 


Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee

20 November 2015

 

 

 

1          Welcome

 

The Chairperson opened the meeting and welcomed those in attendance.

 

2          Apologies

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/32

MOVED by Chairperson JG Parfitt, seconded by Member GA Harding-Kirikiri:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)         accept the apology from member Lisa Whyte for absence on Council business.

 

CARRIED

 

 

3          Declaration of Interest

 

There were no declarations of interest.

 

 

4          Confirmation of Minutes

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/33

MOVED by Chairperson JG Parfitt, seconded by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)         confirm the ordinary minutes of its meeting, held on Friday, 9 October 2015, as a true and correct record.

 

CARRIED

 

5          Leave of Absence

 

There were no leaves of absence.

 

6          Acknowledgements

 

There were no acknowledgements.

 

7          Petitions

 

There were no petitions.

 

8          Deputations

 

There were no deputations.

 

9          Public Forum

 

There was no public forum.

 

10        Extraordinary Business

 

There was no extraordinary business.

 

11        Notices of Motion

 

There were no notices of motion.

 

12

Special Exemption (Section 6) Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987

 

Phillip Curtis, Senior Swimming Pool Specialist was in attendance for this item.

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/34

MOVED by Chairperson JG Parfitt, seconded by Member GA Harding-Kirikiri:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      grant the application by Mike and Helen Heard, 39 Okura River Road, Okura, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the spa pool remaining in the same location as it was on the date of inspection.  This exemption is subject to conditions in the NZS 8500:2006 Safety Barriers and Fences Around Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, section 3.10 ‘Above ground spas and hot tubs’ 3.10 a) to k) inclusive:

a)         The top of the spa pool or hot tub shall be positioned with the entire top surface not less than 760mm above the surrounding ground or deck;

b)        The cover shall be lockable and shall be kept locked when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised. A locking device shall contain a mechanical locking mechanism or a self-locking mechanism in addition to latching shut;

c)         The locks shall not be able to be readily opened or released by a child of up to the age of six years;

d)        When locked the cover shall be fitted so that if lifted it does not release the locking device or provide a clearance greater than 100mm;

e)         The cover shall be made of a material that if walked on cannot collapse and can withstand the weight of at least 20kg to ensure that it will more than take the weight of a child up to six years old;

f)         The cover shall be constructed of material that meets ASTM F1346-91 to allow easy movement on and off the spa pool or hot tub;

g)        The cover shall be constructed with a taper from the centre hinge to the outside edge of the cover so that water will not pond on top of it;

h)        The cover shall have an evenly spaced mechanical locking device as required in b) which shall be positioned to ensure the cover cannot be lifted more than 100mm by a child up to six years of age, and ensures that the cover is fixed securely to the spa pool or hot tub;

i)          The cover and locks shall be maintained at all times in a good state of repair;

j)          Warning stickers/sign shall be placed on the cover to advise that it shall be locked in place when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised;

k)         Removable steps, movable furniture, or other objects that can assist a young child to climb onto the cover, shall be stowed/stored away at least 1200mm from the side of the spa pool or hot tub;

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/35

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald, seconded by Member GA Harding-Kirikiri:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      grant the application by Andrew Mason, 54 Saddleback Rise, Murrays Bay, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the broken lock on the cover is replaced and the spa pool remaining in the same location as it was on the date of inspection.  This exemption is subject to conditions in the NZS 8500:2006 Safety Barriers and Fences Around Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, section 3.10 ‘Above ground spas and hot tubs’ 3.10 a) to k) inclusive:

a)         The top of the spa pool or hot tub shall be positioned with the entire top surface not less than 760mm above the surrounding ground or deck;

b)        The cover shall be lockable and shall be kept locked when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised. A locking device shall contain a mechanical locking mechanism or a self-locking mechanism in addition to latching shut;

c)         The locks shall not be able to be readily opened or released by a child of up to the age of six years;

d)        When locked the cover shall be fitted so that if lifted it does not release the locking device or provide a clearance greater than 100mm;

e)         The cover shall be made of a material that if walked on cannot collapse and can withstand the weight of at least 20kg to ensure that it will more than take the weight of a child up to six years old;

f)         The cover shall be constructed of material that meets ASTM F1346-91 to allow easy movement on and off the spa pool or hot tub;

g)        The cover shall be constructed with a taper from the centre hinge to the outside edge of the cover so that water will not pond on top of it;

h)        The cover shall have an evenly spaced mechanical locking device as required in b) which shall be positioned to ensure the cover cannot be lifted more than 100mm by a child up to six years of age, and ensures that the cover is fixed securely to the spa pool or hot tub;

i)          The cover and locks shall be maintained at all times in a good state of repair;

j)          Warning stickers/sign shall be placed on the cover to advise that it shall be locked in place when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised;

k)         Removable steps, movable furniture, or other objects that can assist a young child to climb onto the cover, shall be stowed/stored away at least 1200mm from the side of the spa pool or hot tub;

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/36

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald, seconded by Member GA Harding-Kirikiri:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      grant the application by Shaun Ayson, 22 Seaview Crescent, Hatfields Beach, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the broken lock being replaced and the spa pool remaining in the same location as it was on the date of inspection.  This exemption is subject to conditions in the NZS 8500:2006 Safety Barriers and Fences Around Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, section 3.10 ‘Above ground spas and hot tubs’ 3.10 a) to k) inclusive:

a)         The top of the spa pool or hot tub shall be positioned with the entire top surface not less than 760mm above the surrounding ground or deck;

b)        The cover shall be lockable and shall be kept locked when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised. A locking device shall contain a mechanical locking mechanism or a self-locking mechanism in addition to latching shut;

c)         The locks shall not be able to be readily opened or released by a child of up to the age of six years;

d)        When locked the cover shall be fitted so that if lifted it does not release the locking device or provide a clearance greater than 100mm;

e)         The cover shall be made of a material that if walked on cannot collapse and can withstand the weight of at least 20kg to ensure that it will more than take the weight of a child up to six years old;

f)         The cover shall be constructed of material that meets ASTM F1346-91 to allow easy movement on and off the spa pool or hot tub;

g)        The cover shall be constructed with a taper from the centre hinge to the outside edge of the cover so that water will not pond on top of it;

h)        The cover shall have an evenly spaced mechanical locking device as required in b) which shall be positioned to ensure the cover cannot be lifted more than 100mm by a child up to six years of age, and ensures that the cover is fixed securely to the spa pool or hot tub;

i)          The cover and locks shall be maintained at all times in a good state of repair;

j)          Warning stickers/sign shall be placed on the cover to advise that it shall be locked in place when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised;

k)         Removable steps, movable furniture, or other objects that can assist a young child to climb onto the cover, shall be stowed/stored away at least 1200mm from the side of the spa pool or hot tub;

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/37

MOVED by Member GA Harding-Kirikiri, seconded by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      grant the application by Craig Stokes and Amanda Fieldhouse, 37 Beauvoir Avenue, Matakatia, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the pool remaining in the same location as it was on the date of inspection.  This exemption is subject to conditions in the NZS 8500:2006 Safety Barriers and Fences Around Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, section 3.10 ‘Above ground spas and hot tubs’ 3.10 a) to k) inclusive:

a)         The top of the spa pool or hot tub shall be positioned with the entire top surface not less than 760mm above the surrounding ground or deck;

b)        The cover shall be lockable and shall be kept locked when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised. A locking device shall contain a mechanical locking mechanism or a self-locking mechanism in addition to latching shut;

c)         The locks shall not be able to be readily opened or released by a child of up to the age of six years;

d)        When locked the cover shall be fitted so that if lifted it does not release the locking device or provide a clearance greater than 100mm;

e)         The cover shall be made of a material that if walked on cannot collapse and can withstand the weight of at least 20kg to ensure that it will more than take the weight of a child up to six years old;

f)         The cover shall be constructed of material that meets ASTM F1346-91 to allow easy movement on and off the spa pool or hot tub;

g)        The cover shall be constructed with a taper from the centre hinge to the outside edge of the cover so that water will not pond on top of it;

h)        The cover shall have an evenly spaced mechanical locking device as required in b) which shall be positioned to ensure the cover cannot be lifted more than 100mm by a child up to six years of age, and ensures that the cover is fixed securely to the spa pool or hot tub;

i)          The cover and locks shall be maintained at all times in a good state of repair;

j)          Warning stickers/sign shall be placed on the cover to advise that it shall be locked in place when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised;

k)         Removable steps, movable furniture, or other objects that can assist a young child to climb onto the cover, shall be stowed/stored away at least 1200mm from the side of the spa pool or hot tub;

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/38

MOVED by Chairperson JG Parfitt, seconded by Member GA Harding-Kirikiri:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      grant the application by Richard Kemp, 8 Caversham Drive, Torbay, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the pool remaining in the same location as it was on the date of inspection.  This exemption is subject to conditions in the NZS 8500:2006 Safety Barriers and Fences Around Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, section 3.10 ‘Above ground spas and hot tubs’ 3.10 a) to k) inclusive:

a)         The top of the spa pool or hot tub shall be positioned with the entire top surface not less than 760mm above the surrounding ground or deck;

b)        The cover shall be lockable and shall be kept locked when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised. A locking device shall contain a mechanical locking mechanism or a self-locking mechanism in addition to latching shut;

c)         The locks shall not be able to be readily opened or released by a child of up to the age of six years;

d)        When locked the cover shall be fitted so that if lifted it does not release the locking device or provide a clearance greater than 100mm;

e)         The cover shall be made of a material that if walked on cannot collapse and can withstand the weight of at least 20kg to ensure that it will more than take the weight of a child up to six years old;

f)         The cover shall be constructed of material that meets ASTM F1346-91 to allow easy movement on and off the spa pool or hot tub;

g)        The cover shall be constructed with a taper from the centre hinge to the outside edge of the cover so that water will not pond on top of it;

h)        The cover shall have an evenly spaced mechanical locking device as required in b) which shall be positioned to ensure the cover cannot be lifted more than 100mm by a child up to six years of age, and ensures that the cover is fixed securely to the spa pool or hot tub;

i)          The cover and locks shall be maintained at all times in a good state of repair;

j)          Warning stickers/sign shall be placed on the cover to advise that it shall be locked in place when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised;

k)         Removable steps, movable furniture, or other objects that can assist a young child to climb onto the cover, shall be stowed/stored away at least 1200mm from the side of the spa pool or hot tub;

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/39

MOVED by Member GA Harding-Kirikiri, seconded by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      grant the application by Michael Wharepouri, 14 Skipjack Pass, Silverdale, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the spa pool being moved 1.2 metres away from the power point, the lid straps being adjusted to prevent the lid being lifted more than 100mm when the lid is locked and the spa pool remaining in the new location to comply with NZS 8500 at all times.  This exemption is subject to conditions in the NZS 8500:2006 Safety Barriers and Fences Around Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, section 3.10 ‘Above ground spas and hot tubs’ 3.10 a) to k) inclusive:

a)         The top of the spa pool or hot tub shall be positioned with the entire top surface not less than 760mm above the surrounding ground or deck;

b)        The cover shall be lockable and shall be kept locked when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised. A locking device shall contain a mechanical locking mechanism or a self-locking mechanism in addition to latching shut;

c)         The locks shall not be able to be readily opened or released by a child of up to the age of six years;

d)        When locked the cover shall be fitted so that if lifted it does not release the locking device or provide a clearance greater than 100mm;

e)         The cover shall be made of a material that if walked on cannot collapse and can withstand the weight of at least 20kg to ensure that it will more than take the weight of a child up to six years old;

f)         The cover shall be constructed of material that meets ASTM F1346-91 to allow easy movement on and off the spa pool or hot tub;

g)        The cover shall be constructed with a taper from the centre hinge to the outside edge of the cover so that water will not pond on top of it;

h)        The cover shall have an evenly spaced mechanical locking device as required in b) which shall be positioned to ensure the cover cannot be lifted more than 100mm by a child up to six years of age, and ensures that the cover is fixed securely to the spa pool or hot tub;

i)          The cover and locks shall be maintained at all times in a good state of repair;

j)          Warning stickers/sign shall be placed on the cover to advise that it shall be locked in place when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised;

k)         Removable steps, movable furniture, or other objects that can assist a young child to climb onto the cover, shall be stowed/stored away at least 1200mm from the side of the spa pool or hot tub;

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/40

MOVED by Chairperson JG Parfitt, seconded by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)            defer the application by Angus Robertson Limited, 903 Beach Toad, Torbay until 4 December 2015 at the applicant’s request.

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/41

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald, seconded by Member GA Harding-Kirikiri:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      grant the application by John and Karen Robertson, 4 Arbors Track, Silverdale, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the pool remaining in the same location as it was on the date of inspection.  This exemption is subject to conditions in the NZS 8500:2006 Safety Barriers and Fences Around Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, section 3.10 ‘Above ground spas and hot tubs’ 3.10 a) to k) inclusive:

a)         The top of the spa pool or hot tub shall be positioned with the entire top surface not less than 760mm above the surrounding ground or deck;

b)        The cover shall be lockable and shall be kept locked when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised. A locking device shall contain a mechanical locking mechanism or a self-locking mechanism in addition to latching shut;

c)         The locks shall not be able to be readily opened or released by a child of up to the age of six years;

d)        When locked the cover shall be fitted so that if lifted it does not release the locking device or provide a clearance greater than 100mm;

e)         The cover shall be made of a material that if walked on cannot collapse and can withstand the weight of at least 20kg to ensure that it will more than take the weight of a child up to six years old;

f)         The cover shall be constructed of material that meets ASTM F1346-91 to allow easy movement on and off the spa pool or hot tub;

g)        The cover shall be constructed with a taper from the centre hinge to the outside edge of the cover so that water will not pond on top of it;

h)        The cover shall have an evenly spaced mechanical locking device as required in b) which shall be positioned to ensure the cover cannot be lifted more than 100mm by a child up to six years of age, and ensures that the cover is fixed securely to the spa pool or hot tub;

i)          The cover and locks shall be maintained at all times in a good state of repair;

j)          Warning stickers/sign shall be placed on the cover to advise that it shall be locked in place when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised;

k)         Removable steps, movable furniture, or other objects that can assist a young child to climb onto the cover, shall be stowed/stored away at least 1200mm from the side of the spa pool or hot tub;

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/42

MOVED by Member GA Harding-Kirikiri, seconded by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      grant the application by Fred Hougveld, 144 Vipond Road, Stanmore Bay,  Whangaparaoa, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the cover being maintained in good condition at all times and is granted to the current owner pool.  This exemption is subject to conditions in the NZS 8500:2006 Safety Barriers and Fences Around Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, section 3.10 ‘Above ground spas and hot tubs’ 3.10 b) to k) inclusive:

b)        The cover shall be lockable and shall be kept locked when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised. A locking device shall contain a mechanical locking mechanism or a self-locking mechanism in addition to latching shut;

c)         The locks shall not be able to be readily opened or released by a child of up to the age of six years;

d)        When locked the cover shall be fitted so that if lifted it does not release the locking device or provide a clearance greater than 100mm;

e)         The cover shall be made of a material that if walked on cannot collapse and can withstand the weight of at least 20kg to ensure that it will more than take the weight of a child up to six years old;

f)         The cover shall be constructed of material that meets ASTM F1346-91 to allow easy movement on and off the spa pool or hot tub;

g)        The cover shall be constructed with a taper from the centre hinge to the outside edge of the cover so that water will not pond on top of it;

h)        The cover shall have an evenly spaced mechanical locking device as required in b) which shall be positioned to ensure the cover cannot be lifted more than 100mm by a child up to six years of age, and ensures that the cover is fixed securely to the spa pool or hot tub;

i)          The cover and locks shall be maintained at all times in a good state of repair;

j)          Warning stickers/sign shall be placed on the cover to advise that it shall be locked in place when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised;

k)         Removable steps, movable furniture, or other objects that can assist a young child to climb onto the cover, shall be stowed/stored away at least 1200mm from the side of the spa pool or hot tub;

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/43

MOVED by Chairperson JG Parfitt, seconded by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)            grant the application by George Kondic, 5 Ponui Place, Mairangi Bay, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the self-closing gate and latch being kept in good condition at all times.

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/44

MOVED by Chairperson JG Parfitt, seconded by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      grant the application by Deepdale Holdings Limited, 27 Carnmore Place, Torbay, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the pool remaining in the same location as it was on the date of inspection.  This exemption is subject to conditions in the NZS 8500:2006 Safety Barriers and Fences Around Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, section 3.10 ‘Above ground spas and hot tubs’ 3.10 a) to k) inclusive:

a)         The top of the spa pool or hot tub shall be positioned with the entire top surface not less than 760mm above the surrounding ground or deck;

b)        The cover shall be lockable and shall be kept locked when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised. A locking device shall contain a mechanical locking mechanism or a self-locking mechanism in addition to latching shut;

c)         The locks shall not be able to be readily opened or released by a child of up to the age of six years;

d)        When locked the cover shall be fitted so that if lifted it does not release the locking device or provide a clearance greater than 100mm;

e)         The cover shall be made of a material that if walked on cannot collapse and can withstand the weight of at least 20kg to ensure that it will more than take the weight of a child up to six years old;

f)         The cover shall be constructed of material that meets ASTM F1346-91 to allow easy movement on and off the spa pool or hot tub;

g)        The cover shall be constructed with a taper from the centre hinge to the outside edge of the cover so that water will not pond on top of it;

h)        The cover shall have an evenly spaced mechanical locking device as required in b) which shall be positioned to ensure the cover cannot be lifted more than 100mm by a child up to six years of age, and ensures that the cover is fixed securely to the spa pool or hot tub;

i)          The cover and locks shall be maintained at all times in a good state of repair;

j)          Warning stickers/sign shall be placed on the cover to advise that it shall be locked in place when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised;

k)         Removable steps, movable furniture, or other objects that can assist a young child to climb onto the cover, shall be stowed/stored away at least 1200mm from the side of the spa pool or hot tub;

CARRIED

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/45

MOVED by Member GA Harding-Kirikiri, seconded by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      grant the application by Mark Jeffries, 37 Laurence Street, Manly, Whangaparaoa, for special exemption under section 6 of the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987,  subject to the pool remaining in the same location as it was on the date of inspection.  This exemption is subject to conditions in the NZS 8500:2006 Safety Barriers and Fences Around Swimming Pools, Spas and Hot Tubs, section 3.10 ‘Above ground spas and hot tubs’ 3.10 a) to k) inclusive:

a)         The top of the spa pool or hot tub shall be positioned with the entire top surface not less than 760mm above the surrounding ground or deck;

b)        The cover shall be lockable and shall be kept locked when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised. A locking device shall contain a mechanical locking mechanism or a self-locking mechanism in addition to latching shut;

c)         The locks shall not be able to be readily opened or released by a child of up to the age of six years;

d)        When locked the cover shall be fitted so that if lifted it does not release the locking device or provide a clearance greater than 100mm;

e)         The cover shall be made of a material that if walked on cannot collapse and can withstand the weight of at least 20kg to ensure that it will more than take the weight of a child up to six years old;

f)         The cover shall be constructed of material that meets ASTM F1346-91 to allow easy movement on and off the spa pool or hot tub;

g)        The cover shall be constructed with a taper from the centre hinge to the outside edge of the cover so that water will not pond on top of it;

h)        The cover shall have an evenly spaced mechanical locking device as required in b) which shall be positioned to ensure the cover cannot be lifted more than 100mm by a child up to six years of age, and ensures that the cover is fixed securely to the spa pool or hot tub;

i)          The cover and locks shall be maintained at all times in a good state of repair;

j)          Warning stickers/sign shall be placed on the cover to advise that it shall be locked in place when the spa pool or hot tub is not being used or supervised;

k)         Removable steps, movable furniture, or other objects that can assist a young child to climb onto the cover, shall be stowed/stored away at least 1200mm from the side of the spa pool or hot tub;

CARRIED

  

 

13        Consideration of Extraordinary Items

 

There was no consideration of extraordinary items.

 

 

15

Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemption Committee Meeting Dates

 

Resolution number HIBS/2015/46

MOVED by Chairperson JG Parfitt, seconded by Deputy Chairperson J Fitzgerald:  

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee:

a)      adopt the workshop and business meeting schedule for 2016 as listed below:

 

FENCING OF SWIMMING POOL EXEMPTIONS COMMITTEE

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE 2016

Committee

Date

Location

Time

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 12 February 2016

Council Chambers, Orewa Centre, 50 Centreway Road, Orewa

12.30pm

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday 11 March 2016

Local Board Office, 2 Glen Road, Browns Bay

12.30pm

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 8 April 2016

Council Chambers, Orewa Centre, 50 Centreway Road, Orewa

12.30pm

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 13 May 2016

Local Board Office, 2 Glen Road, Browns Bay

12.30pm

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 10 June 2016

Council Chambers, Orewa Centre, 50 Centreway Road, Orewa

12.30pm

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 8 July 2016

Local Board Office, 2 Glen Road, Browns Bay

12.30pm

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 12 August 2016

Council Chambers, Orewa Centre, 50 Centreway Road, Orewa

12.30pm

 


 

FENCING OF SWIMMING POOL EXEMPTIONS COMMITTEE

BUSINESS MEETING SCHEDULE 2016

 

Committee

Date

Location

Time

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 26 February 2016

Council Chambers, Orewa Centre, 50 Centreway Road, Orewa

10.05am

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Wednesday, 23 March 2016 (Friday is Good Friday)

Local Board Office, 2 Glen Road, Browns Bay

10.05am

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 22 April 2016

Council Chambers, Orewa Centre, 50 Centreway Road, Orewa

10.05am

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 27 May 2016

Local Board Office, 2 Glen Road, Browns Bay

10.05am

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 24 June 2016

Council Chambers, Orewa Centre, 50 Centreway Road, Orewa

10.05am

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 22 July 2016

Local Board Office, 2 Glen Road, Browns Bay

10.05am

Fencing of Swimming Pool Exemptions

Friday, 26 August 2016

Council Chambers, Orewa Centre, 50 Centreway Road, Orewa

10.05am

 

 

CARRIED

 

 

1.39pm                                               The Chairperson thanked Members for their attendance and attention to business and declared the meeting closed.

 

CONFIRMED AS A TRUE AND CORRECT RECORD AT A MEETING OF THE Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Swimming Pool Fencing Exemptions Committee HELD ON

 

 

 

DATE:.........................................................................

 

 

 

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