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LOCAL GOVERNMENT (GENERAL) REGULATION 2005 - REG 53

Matters to be taken into consideration by council in determining whether to approve the operation of a public car park

53 Matters to be taken into consideration by council in determining whether to approve the operation of a public car park

In determining an application for approval to operate a public car park the council is to take the following matters into consideration:

(a) the Roads and Traffic Authority's views about the application,
(b) the effect of the car park on the movement of vehicular traffic and pedestrian traffic,
(c) whether the number of vehicles proposed to be accommodated is appropriate having regard to the size of the car park and the need to provide off-street parking facilities within the car park for the temporary accommodation of vehicles,
(d) whether the means of ingress and egress and means of movement provided or to be provided within the car park are satisfactory,
(e) whether there will be adequate provision for pedestrian safety and access for people with disabilities,
(f) whether the internal design of parking facilities and system of traffic management are satisfactory,
(g) whether, in the case of a car park that is a building, adequate ventilation is provided or to be provided,
(h) the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000 , and the regulations made under that Act, as regards the safety of persons who will be employed at the proposed car park or of persons who will go there,
(i) whether there will be adequate provision for the management of stormwater and the minimisation of stormwater pollution.



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