Draft Easter Sunday Shop Trading Policy

Submissions closed on 20 October 2017, 05:00 PM

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Council is proposing to introduce an Easter Sunday Shop Trading Policy to apply throughout the Horowhenua District.  This Policy will allow all shops in the district to open and trade on Easter Sunday should they wish to do so.

At a meeting of the Horowhenua District Council held on 30 August 2017, Council resolved to consult on this draft Policy using the Special Consultative Procedure as laid down in the Local Government Act 2002.

The Statement of Proposal and Summary of Information documents are available under 'Related Information'. Alternatively, these documents can be obtained from the Council Offices in Levin (126 Oxford Street), Te Takeretanga o Kura-hau-pō (10 Bath Street), Foxton (Clyde Street); or Shannon (Plimmer Terrace), or by telephoning Council’s Customer Service Centre, Levin, on (06) 366 0999.

We're seeking your feedback on the Draft Easter Sunday Shop Trading Policy and are calling for submissions.

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A print version of the submission form is also available under 'Related Information'. Alternatively, this can be obtained from the Council Offices in Levin (126 Oxford Street), Te Takeretanga o Kura-hau-pō (10 Bath Street), Foxton (Clyde Street); or Shannon (Plimmer Terrace), or by telephoning Council’s Customer Service Centre, Levin, on (06) 366 0999. 

All submissions should be addressed to: Draft Easter Sunday Shop Trading Policy, Horowhenua District Council, Private Bag 4002, Levin 5540.

Submitters should advise whether they wish to be heard when submissions are considered.  A meeting will be scheduled after the consultation period has closed. Submitters are advised that pursuant to the Local Government Act 2002 and subject to the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987, all submissions shall be made available to the public.