Ture ā-Rohe Tiaki Kararehe 2015
Animal Management Bylaw 2015
This bylaw promotes responsible animal ownership and interactions. It includes rules about animals in public places and being a good neighbour.
What the Animal Management Bylaw does
- requires every person who owns an animal to make sure it doesn't cause a nuisance or risk to public health and safety
- requires beekeepers in urban areas to take reasonable steps to ensure public safety and prevent nuisance risks, including in relation to hive position, bee temperament, swarming, water source and bee excrement
- restricts people keeping stock (including poultry, pigs, sheep and goats) on properties smaller than 4000 square metres in urban areas
- requires people keeping chickens in an urban area to prevent nuisance, including in relation to containment and regular cleaning of any chicken coop
- requires people riding horses in public parks and beaches to comply with certain conditions, including in relation to manure, other park and beach users, and dune protection
- requires every person wanting to keep bees or graze stock in a public park to get permission from the council
- restricts people bringing an animal into regional parks
- requires people who feed animals on private property to not cause a nuisance to neighbours
- restricts the release, hunting or taking of animals from public places
- restricts the slaughtering of animals and leaving of animal remains.
Get a copy of the Animal Management Bylaw
This document includes the Bee, Stock and Horse Riding Control 2015.
|Keeping other animals||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/dogs-animals/keeping-other-animals||Keeping other animals||Find out about keeping cats, bees, poultry, sheep, horses, and cattle. Apply for an animal licence.||aspx||Animal licences
|Keeping livestock animals||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/dogs-animals/keeping-other-animals/keeping-livestock-animals||Keeping livestock animals||Rules and requirements for keeping livestock, your legal responsibilities, and disposing of animal remains. ||aspx||Animals|
|Make a complaint about a dog||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/dogs-animals/problems-dogs/Pages/make-complaint-about-dog.aspx||Make a complaint about a dog||Contact us to complain about bad dog behaviour.||aspx||Dogs|
|Report excessive dog barking||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/dogs-animals/problems-dogs/Pages/report-barking.aspx||Report excessive dog barking||Find out how you can make a complaint about dog barking and what happens when we receive a complaint about excessive barking.||aspx||Dogs|
|How to prevent a noise complaint||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/licences-regulations/noise/Pages/prevent-noise-complaint.aspx||How to prevent a noise complaint||Things you can do to reduce noise and show consideration for your neighbours. To find out the noise levels permitted in your area, call 09 301 0101.||aspx||Noise|
|Complain about noise||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/licences-regulations/noise/Pages/complain-about-noise.aspx||Complain about noise||How to complain about noise and what happens once your complaint has been made.||aspx||Noise|
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