The purpose of this Committee is to govern all regulatory functions of the Council. While the Resource Management Act will form the
backbone of this Committee's legislative role it will also take responsibility for all processes that have a specific statutory requirement
for Council involvement (including but not limited to Bylaws, Health & Safety, Sale of Liquor Act, Parking, legal disputes, animal control,
building requirements, resource consent applications lodged by the Council, taking or designation of land for any purpose and the management
of consents held by the Council).
Terms of Reference:
To develop policy and consider any reports relating to all regulatory functions of the Council.
To initiate a policy statement or plan or any change or review to a policy statement or plan under the Resource Management Act.
To consider reports relating to all environmental monitoring.
To ensure that Council meets all compliance requirements relating to our regulatory responsibilities.
The Committee's recommendations must be consistent with the Council's Ten Year Plan.
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