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Tasman District Council Schedule of Charges

2018-2019

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STATEMENT OF PROPOSAL SCHEDULE OF CHARGES 1 JULY 2018 TO 30 JUNE 2019

The Tasman District Council, acting under the Local Government Act 2002, hereby prescribes the following charges. The charges shall come into force on 1 July 2018. The charges shall remain in force until amended by Council resolution, which may occur during the year. Solid Waste Charges can be amended by the Chief Executive Officer under delegated authority at any time. Some charges in this schedule are set by Government regulation and cannot be changed by Council.

Unless otherwise specified, the charges set out become due and payable on the 20th day of the month after the issue of an invoice. Credit terms for commercial activities may vary from 20th of month following. Council reserves the right to pass on any additional charges where payments are accepted by credit card.

Summary of Changes from the 2017/2018 Schedule of Charges

1 We are proposing that most charges be inflation adjusted by 2.3% and, where appropriate, rounded up or down to the nearest dollar. This is in line with the assumptions included in the supporting information for the Long Term Plan 2018-2028 Consultation Document.

Notwithstanding this all charges have been reviewed line by line to determine whether an increase is actually required. There are some charges that have not been increased because we consider that the existing charge is reasonable for the service provided, or that budgets can be met from current fees, or in some instances Council costs have reduced.

1.1 The hourly $150.00 charge-out rate for recovering staff costs has been inflation adjusted, and is now $153.00 per hour.

1.2 Community Development

 Cemetery fees have been inflation adjusted.

 Sportsground charges – inflation adjusted, new charge for Senior Baseball, new note regarding charges for representative training tournaments and out of season one off use for sportsfields and associated facilities.

 Library charges have remained the same as 2017/2018.

 Miscellaneous charges – Customer Services - $5.00 increase for Certificates of Title, Survey Plan and Historic Titles.

1.3 Engineering

 The majority of engineering fees and charges have been inflation adjusted.

 Solid Waste charges – All mixed refuse charges for the District are now the same charge per tonne, which has increased Richmond’s charge and reduced charges for Mariri, Takaka and Murchison. York Valley Landfill charges were determined by the Regional Landfill Business Unit. Introduction of a minimum commercial transaction to ensure Council can recover its costs on small transactions.

 Wastewater - wording changes, e.g. Conditional Trade Waste activity permit (includes discharges permits); Trade waste conveyance and treatment charges replaced with Conditional Trade Waste Conveyance and Treatment Charges (which has some reductions and some increases in the fees); Except where the physical connection to the main is between the property boundary and the adjacent kerb fee of $1,400.00 deleted, and replaced with actual costs associated with connection plus administration costs.

 Water – special water reading fee increased; alter restrictor size increased fee.

 Charges for Licence to Occupy road reserve – now under Property Services.

1.4 Environment & Planning

 Building Control fees and charges have had some minor wording changes. There has been some increases for building consents, and a change to the way commercial building work is charged from $20,000 and above. The GoShift Administration Surcharge and re-inspection charge, swimming pool registration fee and monthly consent list fee have all been removed. New charges include

“new failed inspection”, “inspection cancellation charges” and “swimming pool audit fee”.

 Environmental Health – Food Premises charges have all be inflation adjusted; Other – Fruit & Vege and Occasional Markets fee deleted. Sale of Liquor charges are governed by statute, and have remained at the same level as 2016/2017.

 Dog control fees have remained the same level as 2017/2018, and have not shifted for the last six years largely due to higher enforcement recoveries.

 Stock Control charges – new fees to give clarity and consistency.

 Administration, Monitoring & Supervision Charges for resource consents have been inflation adjusted.

 General Rules Applying in Respect of Charges for Resource Management Fees and Charges – “including Special Housing Areas under the Housing Accords and Special Housing Areas Act 2013” added

 Development Contributions – administration surcharge removed.

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 Resource Management – some fees have been inflation adjusted; two new fees – Deemed Permitted Boundary Activity Notice and Marginal or Temporary Consent Exemption Notice; revised fees for Non-notified Applications (new domestic bore not exceeding 30 metres depth), Dust suppression discharge permit – replacement permit, Outline plan consideration (S.176A Resource Management Act), Outline Plan Waivers (S.176A(2)(c) Resource Management Act), Extension of lapsing period for resource consent (S.125 Resource Management Act), Section 226(1)(e) RMA Certificate (allowing issue of separate title), Certificate under Overseas Investment Act 2005, and Full transfer of Permits (S.135(1)(a), S.136(1), S.136(2)(a), or S.137(2)(a) Resource Management Act)

 Biosecurity Charges – clarification of the hourly rate that will apply when undertaking our responsibilities under the Biosecurity Act 1993. Most notably those associated with inspection and administration when issuing notices under the Act.

1.5 Corporate/Commercial

 Miscellaneous corporate charges have remained the same.

 Aerodrome charges for Motueka and Takaka have increased slightly.

 Wharfage, and berthage fees have been increased slightly, with the exception of boat ramp charges, which remain the same as 2017. New charges for Commercial-Plastic Marina 8 metre restricted access, Commercial-Concrete Marina 14 metre and 16 metre berth lengths.

 Collingwood Campground charges remain the same as 2017, with clarification of wording. New charge added for Deluxe Backpacker Cabin.

 Property Services – some clarification of charges, and transfer of two charges from Engineering to Property Services, being: Licence to occupy road reserve for underground services – application fee; and Licence to occupy road reserve for underground services – annual fee. $50 reduction in transfer of licence document fee.

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Resource Management Charges

From 1 July 2018 Including GST The Council has resolved to generally fix charges in accordance with Section 36(1) of the Resource

Management Act 1991 (RMA) for processing applications or requests and carrying out reviews based on a formula of hourly rates multiplied by the actual and reasonable time required to carry out the activity, plus the costs of disbursements and specialised advice.

For the activities to which this formula applies, the Council requires payment of minimum lodgement fees (deposits) as listed below but reserves the right to require further deposits, interim payments or advance payments of amounts to be determined by the Resource Consents Manager or the Environment &

Planning Manager if processing activity is protracted over time or will incur substantial costs over and above the listed lodgement fees.

For some specific functions a standard charge or set fee applies as listed below. Refer also to the General Rules Applying in Respect of Charges set out in this Schedule.

Where the formula or standard fee is inadequate to enable the Council to recover the actual and reasonable costs that are or will be incurred to carry out an activity, or where the Council considers that additional charges are warranted, they may be imposed under section 36(3) and are subject to rights of objection.

Deemed Permitted Boundary Activity Notice $300 (Set fee)

Marginal or Temporary Consent Exemption Notice

(Actual charge will take account of whether Project Information Memorandum fee has been paid)

$153.00/hr

Non-notified Applications

The following new land use consents:

- Building in Landscape Priority Areas

- Minor repair or addition to heritage building or structure - Bores (except domestic bores between 8 and 30m depth)

- Minor building set-back or coverage breaches with affected party approvals supplied

- Three or more dogs in residential zones with affected party approvals supplied $600.00 deposit Non-notified Applications

New domestic bore not exceeding 30 metres depth (set fee includes first monitoring action)

$600.00 (set fee) Non-notified Applications

New land use activities not listed above including, but not limited to, the following:

 Dwelling or building (including setback and coverage breaches)

 Land Use Activities not permitted in zone

 Removal of protected tree(s)

 Earthworks/Land Disturbance/Vegetation Clearance

 Hazardous Facilities

 Dam structure

 New Discharge Permit (to land, water or air) excluding dust suppression discharge permits (refer next page)

 New Water Permit (to dam, divert, take or use water)

 New Coastal Permit

 New Notice of Requirement

 Alteration of Existing Designation (Notice of Requirement S.181 RMA

 New Heritage Order

 Replacement Water Permit (to dam, divert, take or use water)

 Replacement Discharge Permit (to land, water or air)

 Replacement Coastal Permit

 Transfer of Water Permit to new site (S.136(2)(b) RMA)

 Transfer of Discharge Permit to a new site (S.137(3)(b) RMA)

$900.00 deposit

Non-notified Applications

New subdivision $1,200.00 deposit

Non-notified Applications

 Change or Cancellation of Consent Condition(s) on existing consents (S.127 Resource Management Act{RMA})

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Resource Management Charges

From 1 July 2018 Including GST

 Change or Cancellation of Consent Notice (S.221(3)(b) RMA) $750.00 deposit

Notified and Limited notification

All applications under the Resource Management Act requiring notification, including applications requesting change or cancellation of consent conditions or notified S.128 RMA reviews.

(Additional deposits may be required)

$5,000.00 deposit

Non-notified Application Hearing

All non-notified applications under the Resource Management Act requiring a hearing, including applications requesting change or cancellation of consent conditions or notified S.128 RMA reviews.

(Additional deposits may be required) $5,000.00 deposit

Administration, Monitoring and Supervision

A standard monitoring fee of $153.00 will be applied to all land use, coastal and discharge consents where monitoring is required, except where a specific charge otherwise applies.

Monitoring outside of the first review will be subject to the “Re-inspection Fee” on next page.

$153.00

Approval of Survey Plan under S.223 RMA, approval of Engineering Plans, and Completion Certificate under S.224 RMA, including monitoring, inspection and acceptance of as built plans.

No deposit is required for any of these activities. Actual Council staff time and actual costs of consultants, including disbursements, will also be charged.

$153.00/hr

Pre-application advice after the first hour of staff time (Deposits may be required or interim charges made prior to application lodgement)

$153.00/hr

Dust suppression discharge permit – replacement permit $150.00 (set fee)

Dust suppression discharge permit – new permit applications $150.00 (set fee)

Outline plan consideration (S.176A RMA) $600.00 deposit

Outline Plan Waivers (S.176A(2)(c) RMA) $300.00 deposit

Certificate of Compliance (S.139 RMA) $900.00 deposit

Existing Use Certificate (S.139A RMA) $900.00 deposit

Extension of lapsing period (S.125 RMA) $600.00 deposit

Section 226(1)(e) RMA Certificate (allowing issue of separate title) $600.00 deposit

Bond Administration Fee $150.00

Certificate under Overseas Investment Act 2005 $600.00 deposit

Certificate of Compliance for Sale of Alcohol $150.00

Document Execution and Use of Council Seal:

Documents requiring Council resolution, Certification or Council Seal e.g. S221, 226, 241, 243, RMA S321, 327A, LGA, Covenants, Easements in Gross and Caveats.

Plus actual time cost (over 60 minutes) or as otherwise listed in this schedule

$150.00

$153.00/hr Lodgement fee for objections under S.357, 357A and 357B RMA.

Additional costs of processing objections including hearings may be charged in accordance with the general rules set out in this Schedule depending on the merits of the objection. Additional deposits may

be required. $300.00 deposit

Review of Consent Conditions:

Request for review from consent holder All reviews carried out under Section 128 RMA

$900 deposit

$153.00/hr

Monitoring due to repeat non-compliance (re-inspection fee) $153.00/hr

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Resource Management Charges

From 1 July 2018 Including GST Water meter reading fee (following failed water meter returns,1.5 hour charge out rate) $230.00

Request for a Preparation of Plan Change $6,000.00 deposit

Part transfer of coastal, water or discharge permit (S.135, S.136 and S.137 RMA) with no changes to conditions of consent

$600.00 deposit

Full transfer of Permits (S.135(1)(a), S.136(1), S.136(2)(a), or S.137(2)(a) RMA) $150.00 Minor amendment to existing Water or Discharge Permit to recognise change in land description as result

of subdivision or similar.

$230.00

Return of property seized under S.323 and S.328 RMA $100.00/item

$10.00/week storage

Rights-Of-Way Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Application Right-of-Way (S.348 Local Government Act {LGA}) $900.00 deposit

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Building Control Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Building Consents

Includes issue of consent, inspections and code compliance certificate. All applications for building consent shall be accompanied by a deposit of $550.00 or the actual charge whichever is the lesser amount. The balance of any charge will be invoiced along with Territorial Authority Checking Fee (where Property Information Memorandum [PIM] not applied for), government and other levies when the consent is ready for issue. Where charges are listed as a deposit only, actual charges will be invoiced on the basis of $153.00 per hour or part thereof unless advised otherwise.

For multiple unit projects and ‘multi-proof’ consents, estimated costs will be advised before consent is issued.

Minor Consents

involving one inspection (e.g. log burners, solar heating panels, wetback connections and building work under the value of $5,500)

Additional fees (per inspection) will be charged if additional inspections are required.

$350.00

$153.00 Marquee >100m2

(To be charged per hour or part thereof)

$350.00

On site wastewater installation only building consent $1,150.00

Proprietary kitset buildings involving no more than three inspections (i.e. carports, kitset garages and kitset outbuildings)

$1,350.00

Residential Dwellings:

New dwellings Value up to $200,000 Value - $201,000 to $300,000 Value - $300,001 to $499,999 Relocated Dwellings

$2,990.00

$3,850.00

$4,750.00

$1,990.00 All Other Building Work (excluding commercial)

Value:

$2,001 to $5,000

$5,001 to $10,000

$10,001 to $19,999

$20,000 to $49,99

$50,000 to $99,999

$100,000 to $249,999

$250,000 to $499,999

$500.00

$850.00

$1,650.00

$1,950.00

$2,900.00

$3,250.00

$4,000.00 Commercial Building Work:

(buildings requiring assessment in terms of accessibility, fire safety and those buildings accessible to the public)

Value:

$2,001 to $19,999

$20,000 to $49,999

$50,000 to $99,999

$100,000 to $299,999

$300,000 to $499,999

$1,650.00 All commercial building work valued $20,000 or over will be charged $153.00 per hour or

part thereof

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Building Control Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Building work valued $500,000 or more:

$500,000 to $999,999

$1,000,000 to $3,999,999.

$4,000,000 and not elsewhere covered.

$6,950.00

$7,500.00 deposit

$9,000.00 deposit

* Note: It is Council policy to apply a standard charge as above, however, it reserves the right to assess individual cases as required.

Additional charges may be requested by virtue of Section 219(2) of the Building Act 2004 if costs incurred exceed the standard charge.

Applications that require consultation with Fire and Emergency New Zealand or Heritage New Zealand will have costs recovered. Review of engineer design buildings by consultant will be charged at cost.

Associated Building Costs (GST inclusive)

Building Consent Authority Accreditation Fee (per consent) $10.00

Project Information Memorandum (PIM)

New Construction, additions and alterations, additions/alterations $300.00

Territorial Authority Checking Fee (TAN)

(not applicable if PIM applied for at the same time as building consent)

$300.00

Amended Plans

Minor Amendment Processing

Formal Amendments after consent granted and before Code Compliance Certificate (CCC). Additional processing time and related charges may apply, e.g. PIM rechecking, inspections.

$153.00/hour or part thereof

$250.00 deposit

PIM/TAN Rechecking fee $190.00

BRANZ Levy

‹ $20,000 assessed value

› $20,000 assessed value MBIE Levy

‹ $20,000 assessed value

› $20,000 assessed value

Nil

$1/$1,000 value of project Nil

$2.01/$1,000 value of project Failed Inspection Fee

Including Code Compliance Certificate (per inspection)

$153.00

Inspection Cancellation Fee

For cancellations after 2pm the day prior to your inspection

$153.00

Swimming Pool Audit Fee $153.00

Work start extension request $153.00

Work completion extension request $153.00

Refuse, lapse and cancellation of building consent administration fee $153.00

Certificate of Public Use – Section 363A Building Act 2004 $375.00

Compliance Schedule

New application, whether or not associated with Building Consent

$400.00 deposit

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Building Control Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Compliance Schedule Amendments $250.00 deposit plus recovery

of costs at $153.00/hour for time spent in excess of 3 hours

Building Warrant of Fitness $153.00

Building Warrant of Fitness for back flow preventer ONLY Inspections Deposit if required

$50.00

$153.00 Building Act 2004 Infringement Notice issue and administration $153 plus recovery charges at

$153.00/ hour for investigation and monitoring of notices under the Building Act 2004 Notice to fix

Issue and administration where building consent is held Issue and administration where no building consent is held

$170.00

$510 plus recovery charges at

$153.00/hour for investigation and monitoring of notices under the Building Act 2004 Application for Certificate of Acceptance (Section 97 of the Building Act 2004)

It has a $800.00 deposit fee. Applicants will be charged a $300.00 application fee, plus fees, charges or levies that would have been payable had building consent been applied for before carrying out the work.

Any structural checks or other engineering checks, where appropriate will be charged out at cost. The deposit will be a down-payment towards these costs.

$800.00 deposit

Building Act Schedule 1(2) Exempted Work $250.00

Lodgement of unauthorised building reports (pre Building Act only – pre June 1991)

$100.00

Lodgement of Building Act Schedule 1 Exempt work reports with owner’s declarations

$100.00

Building Code Waivers

Including Section 72, Section 75 decision, plus legal disbursements

$250.00 deposit

Application fee for Alternative Solutions Assessment $495.00 deposit

Consultancy Specific design peer reviews At cost

Building Certificates required under other legislation (e.g. Sale & Supply of Alcohol Act 2012) Plus inspection charge (if required)

$153.00 per hour or part thereof

$153.00 Documents requiring Council resolution, certification or Council seal

Plus actual cost (over 60 minutes) and any legal disbursements

$153.00

$153.00/hr

Dam classification application $185.00 plus any consultant

costs and staff time at $153.00 per hour or part thereof

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Property Information & Development Contributions Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Land Information Memorandum requested under the Local Government Official Information and

Meetings Act 1987:

Residential

Commercial/Industrial

Large properties involving more than one certificate of title will be quoted accordingly.

$272.00

$409.00 Note: Should a special request be made that results in a field inspection and/or submitter research, Council reserves the right to charge any additional fees that are appropriate, based on the amount of time required to provide the requested information.

Property enquiries – access to Council records:

File access

Files transferred to CD Property/rates Printout

$10.00

$15.00/file

$4.00 ea

Note: Frequent user discount is available as follows:

Option 1

A lump sum of $1,257.00 payable annually in advance for a company gives access to an unlimited number of files.

Option 2

A coupon-based system. Each coupon will enable access to five site files. For residential files the cost per coupon is $50.00 and for commercial/industrial files, the cost per coupon is $131.00.

$1,257.00

$50.00

$131.00

Development Contributions

Deposit for Development Contributions Objection Hearing Application for Reconsideration

$1,200.00

$210.00

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Environmental Health

Environmental Health Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Food Premises

New Template Food Control Plan registration

Renewal of template Food Control Plan registration

New National Programme registration

Renewal of National Programme registration

Amendment of Food Control Plan or National Programme registration

Verification (audit) including site visit, correspondence, report, following up corrective actions

Compliance – development & issue of Improvement Notice

Compliance – application for review of improvement notice

Re-inspection for non-compliance

$231.00 + $153.00/hr over 60 min

$93.00 + $153.00/hr over 60 min

$139.00 + $153.00/hr over 60 min

$93.00 + $153.00/hr over 60 min

$93.00 + $153.00/hr over 60 min

$153.00/hr + disbursements for boat travel

$162.00 + $153.00/hr over 60 min

Additional visits to check compliance charged at

$153.00/hr

$162.00 + $153.00/hr over 30 min

$157.00

Other

Camping ground registration fee – basic fee Plus 50c for every camp site

$272.00

Funeral directors registration fee $272.00

Hairdressers registration fee $175.00

Offensive trade $252.00

Transfer of Registration Fee $92.00

Trading in Public Places Bylaw 2010

 Mobile traders $92.00

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Environmental Health Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

 Hawker’s licence

 Commercial services

 Soliciting donations, selling street raffle tickets, and buskers

$52.00

$52.00 No fee Registered premises exemption fee deposit (plus any costs associated with staff time, hearings, and

inspections)

$257.00

Gambling Venue Consent (Deposit fee only) $339.00

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Sale of Alcohol

Sale of Alcohol Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Special Licences

NB The definition of event size for special licences is: large event is for more than 400 people; medium event is for between 100 and 400 people; and small event is for fewer than 100 people.

Special Licence: class 1 (1 large event: or, more than 3 medium events: or, more than 12 small events).

NB There is provision for applications by not-for-profit fundraising and community events to be reduced by one class depending on circumstances.

$575.00

Special Licence: class 2 (3 medium events: or, 3 to 12 small events) $207.00

Special Licence: class 3 (1 or 2 small events) $63.20

Managers Certificate - application fee or renewal fee $316.20

Temporary Authority application $296.70

Temporary Licence application $296.70

Extract from Register $57.50

The charges for sale and supply of alcohol are based on premises type, latest time the premises are open and the number of enforcement holdings in the last 18 months. The following table sets out how the fees are calculated

Dog Control

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Dog Control Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Registration Fees:

Urban Dogs Rural

Disability Assist Dogs Search and Rescue Dogs

Late payment fee – if registration paid after 1 August

$50.00

$30.00 No charge No charge Additional 50%

Impounding Fees:

1st impounding Neutered dogs 2nd impounding Neutered dogs

3rd impounding or further impounding Neutered dogs

Sustenance

$70.00

$35.00

$90.00

$50.00

$110.00

$65.00

$13.50/day

Drop Off Fee (where dogs are not impounded) $30.00

Micro-chipping impounded dogs if required Micro-chipping on request (when available) Micro-chipping first registered dogs under 6 months

$25.00

$15.00 No charge Owners whose dog is de-sexed during the registration year following its impounding will receive a $30

refund

Fee for the euthanizing of impounded dogs $50.00

Kennel Licence: Initial Application

(plus any additional costs associated with staff time, hearings and inspections)

$100.00

Replacement registration tag or disk $5.00

Note: a 50% surcharge is made for dangerous dogs

Stock Control Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Impounding Fees (per animal):

Sheep or goat Horse, mule, donkey Bull over the age of 9 months All other cattle

Pig

Alpaca, llama or deer

Any other impounded stock animal will be charged at rate determined fair and reasonable for that animal Sustenance per animal per day or part thereof

Other fees for droving, hire of equipment, necessary medical treatment etc. will be charged at actual cost.

These fees are in addition to any allowed for under the Impounding Act 1955.

$15.00

$30.00

$30.00

$25.00

$30.00

$25.00

$5.00 Actual cost

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Biosecurity Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Hourly staff charge-out rate that will apply when undertaking Council’s responsibilities under the

Biosecurity Act 1993, associated with inspection and administration when issuing notices under the Act.

$153.00/hour

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Resource Management

Resource Management: Administration, Monitoring and Supervision Charges of Resource Consents Charges from 1 July 2018 including GST Gravel/Shingle Extraction Fees

Waimea/Wairoa Rivers Wai-iti

Motueka and Tributaries Moutere

Riwaka/Marahau/Sandy Bay Takaka and Tributaries

Aorere and Tributaries and other Golden Bay Rivers Buller

Other Rivers, Streams and Coastal Marine Area

Gravel extraction outside of the above-listed areas on freehold land within the river berm area inundated by an annual flood

Gravel extraction on freehold land outside of the river berm area inundated by an annual flood

$6.26/m³

$6.26/m³

$6.26/m³

$6.26/m³

$6.26/m³

$6.26/m³

$4.70/m³

$3.65/m³

$4.70/m³

$3.13/m³ Actual and reasonable monitoring charges at

$153.00/hr

Coastal Structures – Annual Charges

Coastal Structures per consent: Aquaculture Activity 0 – 10 lines

Each additional line

Other structures (excluding structures that extend landward of MHWS)

$480.00

$26.00

$106.00 Water Permit Annual Charges

For stock water, private domestic use, hydroelectric power generation ≤ 2.5 l/s,

firefighting, cooling, private community water supplies, schools, campgrounds and retirement villages, seawater takes, frost protection (when a separate irrigation consent is held), and permits to take water to or from an irrigation dam, reservoir, pond, seepage hole or embayment irrespective of the quantity authorised.

For all other permits to take water, the fee is based on the daily quantity of water authorised as set out below.

Less than 250 m³/day 250 – 499 m³/day 500 – 999 m³/day 1,000 – 2,499 m³/day 2,500 – 4,999 m³/day 5,000 – 14,999 m³/day 15,000 – 49,999 m³/day 50,000 – 299,999 m³/day 300,000 m³/day or more

$144.00

$202.00

$281.00

$394.00

$537.00

$886.00

$1,486.00

$3,260.00

$9,788.00

$26,608.00 Water Meter Levy (water use recording and management) on consented takes where a meter is required to

be installed

$106.00/meter

For Permits to Dam Water

 Damming for non-water take purposes or where a take from storage or surface take consent is held.

 Consented damming for water take purposes

$60.00

$144.00 Discharge Permits (Water or Contaminant)

Permits to discharge scour water from dams and pipelines, for water resource augmentation, spillway and compensation flows, minor cooling water discharges, minor spraying operations, flood/drainage discharges, stormwater related to commercial and industrial activities, minor sediment discharges and composting.

$144.00

Dairy shed and piggery discharges (including laboratory costs) $407.00

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Resource Management: Administration, Monitoring and Supervision Charges of Resource Consents Charges from 1 July 2018 including GST

Fish Farming

Less than 1,000 m³/day authorised discharge 1,000 – 4,999 m³/day

5,000 – 14,999 m³/day 15,000 – 49,999 m³/day 50,000 – 99,999 m³/day 100,000 m³/day or more

$144.00

$271.00

$746.00

$1,519.00

$3,809.00

$4,998.00 Food Processing Industries (including by way of example, abattoirs, fish processing, vegetable processing,

dairy factories, wineries)

Food processing waste water to land $271.00

Semi-treated/screened waste to water

 Authorised at less than 200 m³/day

 200 – 999 m³/day

 1,000 m³/day or more

$360.00

$1,086.00

$2,176.00 Fully treated/unpolluted waste to water:

 Authorised at less than 200 m³/day

 200 – 999 m³/day

 1,000 m³/day or more

$144.00

$219.00

$438.00 Gravel Wash and Mining Discharges:

 Less than 1,000 m³/day authorised

 1,000 – 2,999 m³/day

 3,000 m³/day or more

$271.00

$438.00

$746.00

Sawmills, Timber Processing Discharges to land $271.00

Power Generation Discharges (≥ 2.6 l/s)

 Less than 1,000 m³/day authorised

 1,000 – 4,999 m³/day

 5,000 – 24,999 m³/day

 25,000 – 299,999 m³/day

 300,000 m³/day or more

$144.00

$271.00

$542.00

$788.00

$5,108.00 Sewage Effluents

Up to two residential dwellings with wastewater treatment systems on a single certificate of title are exempt.

 Less than 50 m³/day authorised

 50 – 99 m³/day

 100 – 999 m³/day

 1,000 – 9,999 m³/day

 10,000 m³/day or more

$323.00

$490.00

$569.00

$762.00

$1,200.00

Discharges to Land under Section 15(1)(d) $144.00

Discharge Permits (Air) Annual Charges

Major air discharges (former Pt A [Clean Air Act] activities) Minor air discharges (former Pt B [Clean Air Act] activities) Minor Air Discharges (former Pt C [Clean Air Act] activities)

$1956.00

$381.00

$144.00

Commercial Operator’s Licence Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Application Fee $230.00

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Commercial Operator’s Licence Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Payable on initial application and in addition to the annual fee

(plus reimbursement for any reasonable and necessary additional costs incurred by Council in assessing an application, e.g. evaluation of seaworthiness, qualifications and experience).

Annual Fee

For each multiple of either one power-driven vessel or up to a total of 15 kayaks, rafts, waka or similar vessels that are not power-driven with greater than 10hpw.

$297.00

Late Payment Fee Additional 20%

General Rules Applying in Respect of Charges for Resource Management Fees and Charges – Including Special Housing Areas under the Housing Affordability and Special Housing Areas Act.

Charges will include all reasonable staff time associated with processing and assessing applications, excluding staff travel time to and from the site of the application and/or consent holder. Applications include requests for Special Housing Areas and associated resource consent processing and monitoring. Staff time will be charged at $153.00 per hour inclusive of overhead component and GST from 1 July 2018.

Costs associated with consent processing and assessment such as use of consultants and laboratory costs, where these skills cannot be provided by in-house staff, will be recovered at actual costs. This policy also applies to the monitoring of consent conditions where an annual charge is not made or where costs exceed the payable annual charge and Council elects to recover the difference.

Annual charges shall be due on 1 October or 30 days from the date of invoicing, whichever is the later, unless otherwise agreed in writing by Council. A standard administration fee of $150.00 will be applied when a consent is deemed by the Council as not currently given effect to and the ability to give effect is not currently present. Excludes permits to take water.

Council reserves the right to require further deposits, interim payments or advance payments of amounts to be determined by the Resource Consents Manager or the Environment & Planning Manager if processing activity is protracted over time or will incur costs over and above the listed deposit or standard fees.

Where all or part of any deposit or charge is not paid, Council reserves the right not to process that application, or not to continue processing that application, in accordance with relevant statutory powers.

Reductions and waivers are generally not available. Reductions might be justified where the person liable to pay any charge reduces the costs to Council of carrying out its functions, including through self-regulation checks approved by Council.

There will be no charge on parties who choose to surrender a resource consent and provide written confirmation.

Where multiple resource consents are sought or required for related activities, the standard application lodgement fees (deposits) shall apply for each consent, except that the notification lodgement fee shall comprise one full deposit ($5,000) plus 20 percent for each additional consent required provided that the Manager Consents or the Environment and Planning Manager have discretion to determine a lesser total lodgement fee when there are large numbers of separate consents required.

A 50% rebate applies to the annual charges for consents with consent-specific monitoring programmes where monitoring costs are being recovered separately. Specific arrangements will be made in relation to approved self-regulation inspections.

Where a consent is being renewed and the activity is continuing, the applicant shall continue to be liable to pay any annual and/or monitoring charge.

Hydroelectric power generation (≥ 2.6 l/s), suction dredging, and land based fish farming annual charges will be based on the discharge and not the take as long as the take and discharge are of equal volume. If there is a consumptive off-take then that take will attract the annual charge as for other consumptive takes. Consents to take will still attract the minimum standard water permit annual charge.

Annual charges levied on holders of resource consents will be recovered whether permits are exercised or not.

Where a water take consent is restricted to winter only abstraction a 50% discount will apply.

Solid Waste

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Solid Waste Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Rubbish bags (Tasman District Council sale price):

Small bags (45 litres) Big bags (60 litres)

$2.10 ea

$2.70 ea Mixed refuse:

Account customers and vehicles over 3,500kg gross, where weighbridge is available.

Light vehicles when operational constraints allow.

 Richmond Resource Recovery Centre

 Mariri Resource Recovery Centre

 Takaka, Murchison, and Collingwood Resource Recovery Centres

$159.16 /tonne

$159.16 /tonne

$159.16 /tonne

Other vehicles (Richmond, Mariri, Takaka, Collingwood, Murchison) $56.60 / m3

Light wastes

(polystyrene and other similar wastes, where >25% of load)

$117.50 / m3

Fee to recover unacceptable and undeclared waste $26.00 / load

Minimum commercial transaction $10.00

Greenwaste

 Minimum charge

 Car boot

 All other loads

$4.10

$8.20

$15.30 / m3 Hardfill (where accepted)

 Where a Council provided weighbridge is available

 At other sites

$21.50 / tonne

$43.00 / m3 Scrap metals (where accepted):

 Scrap steel (sheet)

 Car bodies and other vehicles

 Whiteware

No charge No charge

$6.20 ea Recyclables (where accepted)

Domestic customers (quantities less than 1.0m³)

 Glass (bottles) – clean, colour sorted

 Paper and cardboard

 Clean plastic bottles and containers

 Clean cans

 Unsorted or contaminated materials

Commercial customers or domestic customers greater than 1.0m3

No charge No charge No charge No charge At mixed refuse charge By arrangement with site contractor Tyres:

 Car

 Car tyres on rims

 Truck

 Loader/Tractor or similar

$8.90 ea

$19.60 ea

$27.00 ea At cost Paint (where accepted)

 Resene branded

 Other brands: containers 4 litres or smaller

 Other brands: containers greater than 4 litres

No charge $1.00 ea

$2.50 ea Hazardous waste (where accepted)

 Oils and Solvents

 Gas cylinders

No charge No charge

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Solid Waste Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Hazardous waste cont.

 Batteries

 Other materials

No charge At disposal cost

Kerbside recycling services

 Additional kerbside recycling services - annual fee

 Additional kerbside recycling services - part year (per month)

 New or replacement mobile recycling bin (delivered)

 New or replacement mobile recycling bin (from Council or RRC)

 New or replacement glass recycling crate (delivered)

 New or replacement glass recycling crate (from Council or RRC)

 Cancellation and collection fee for mobile recycling bin

 Tow-ball hitch for recycling bin

 Exchange fee to deliver a smaller or larger recycling bin

$120.00

$10.00

$136.30

$69.00

$26.50

$20.00

$26.00

$22.40

$72.80

York Valley landfill charges

All Rubbish (except as below) $141.00 /tonne

Buried rubbish (e.g. documents, odourous materials) $141.00 /tonne

plus associated costs

Asbestos $141.00 /tonne

plus associated costs

Light waste (e.g. polystyrene or similar) $1,800.00 /tonne

HAIL (Hazardous Activities and Industries List) material

0-17,000 tonnes $112.00 /tonne

>17,000 tonnes $106.50 /tonne

Soil that has been tested, meets the NESCS recreation standards and can be used as construction or cover material. Residential only.

$74.50 /tonne

7 -35 tonne quantities from A10 sites may be accepted without testing. Only commercial transporters are allowed to enter the landfill (no private individuals). A manifest must be completed with site plan and plot number from where material sourced.

Note 1: York Valley landfill charges are set by the Nelson-Tasman Regional Landfill Business Unit. Other Solid Waste charges may be amended at any stage during the year by the Chief Executive Officer. Council will advise the public of any price increases by public notification at least one month prior to the new charges taking effect.

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Engineering Charges

Engineering Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Staff time for inspection (including subdivision inspections), engineering and as-built plan processing, or

administration.

$153.00/hour

Fencing between private and Tasman District Council owned land excluding roads subject to a case by case basis

Half actual cost per linear metre or $56.00/metre whichever is the lower Transportation Network Charges

Vehicle Access Crossing $150.00

Corridor Access Request (CAR) – in accordance with the Utilities Access Act 2010 and as part of a Code for the Management of a Road Corridor.

$260.00

Parking permit $42.00/day

Application for Tourist Facility Sign ($100 refunded if consent refused) $213.00 plus actual sign materials & installation costs

Road Closure (events, parades) $374.00 application fee, plus

actual staff costs and expenses

$2,000.00 refundable deposit. Insurance and public liability cover

Application for a road name change $365.00

Application for a “Rapid” number (rural property number) $75.00

Applications for Road Stopping (S.342 Local Government Act) (S.116 Public Works Act) $300.00 application fee plus Actual staff costs and expenses

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Water Supply Network Charges

On Demand (Metered) Water Supply Network Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Physical connection per domestic property

Except where the physical connection to the main is between the property boundary and the adjacent kerb

Actual costs associated with connection plus administration costs

$1,400.00

Physical connection fee for commercial/industrial property Actual costs associated with connection plus administration costs

Special water reading fee $75.00 per reading

Restricted Flow Water Supply Network Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Physical connection per rural property or urban extension

Except where the physical connection to the main is less than 10 metres from the main

Actual costs associated with connection plus administration costs

$,1400.00

Alter restrictor size $250.00

To remove or relocate restrictor Actual physical costs plus

administration costs

Permit to take from a Fire Hydrant Supply

(in accordance with the Council’s Public Water Supply Bylaw 2016)

Charges from 1 July 2018 including GST Annual charge

Additional permit to an existing permit holder

$1,280.00 pa plus the current urban water rate per cubic metre for water consumed

$510.00 pa plus the current urban water rate per cubic metre for water consumed

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General Rules Applying in Respect of Water Charges

For Restricted Flow Water Supply, refer to the targeted rates section of the Long Term Plan 2018-2028 for the annual supply charge.

The restricted supply schemes for Dovedale, Redwood Valley, Eighty-Eight Valley, and Mapua are currently closed due to lack of capacity from the source and/or the network.

Connections to the restricted supply for Wakefield, Brightwater, and Richmond are subject to water availability.

Connections to the Mapua Urban water supply are currently closed due to lack of capacity in the network.

Water Supply Charges

Tasman District Council charges the Nelson City Council for water supplied to Nelson City Council ratepayers that own property in the Champion Road/Hill Street North area shown on the map attached to this Schedule of Charges as Appendix 1 (Nelson Residential Water Supply Area).

Tasman District Council supplies water to, and charges, Nelson City Council ratepayers that own property in the Wakatu Industrial Estate area shown on the plan attached to this Schedule of Charges as Appendix 2 (Nelson Industrial Water Supply Area). Excluding that water supplied to ENZA Foods NZ Limited and the Alliance Group Limited.

A separate agreement for water rates and charges is held with the three largest industrial water users. These are Nelson Pine Industries Limited, ENZA Foods NZ Limited and Alliance Group Limited which will expire on 30 June 2020.

Water Supply Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Water supplied by Tasman District Council to Nelson City Council (Nelson Residential Water Supply Area)

(per cubic metre supplied)

$3.57 Water supplied to Nelson Industrial Water Supply Area (per cubic metre supplied)

Plus fixed daily charge per rating unit

$2.17 98.06 cents per day Water supplied to Nelson Pine Industries Limited, ENZA Foods NZ Limited and Alliance Group Limited (per

cubic metre)

$1.83

Wastewater Network Charges

Connections Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Physical connection per property Actual costs associated with

connection plus administration costs

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Wastewater Network Charges for Nelson City Council Properties

The Council provides wastewater services to some properties within the Nelson City Council boundaries, and accordingly charges for these services are made separately, but on the same basis as for Tasman District Council ratepayers as follows:

Charges from 1 July 2018 including GST

First water closet or urinal $699.08

Second to tenth water closet or urinal $524.31

Eleventh and subsequent water closet or urinal $349.54

Trade Waste Discharges Terms Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Annual (or part there-of) trade waste

administration/inspection charge

Registered Trade Waste activity

Conditional Trade Waste activity (includes temporary discharges)

$157.00**

$431.00

** A 50% discount of the annual trade waste charge will apply to registered trade waste activities where the business activity is subject to a separate and concurrent Council licensing process; namely food premises and hairdressers.

Conditional Trade Waste Conveyance and Treatment Charges (including temporary discharges) Charges from 1 July 2018

including GST Volume

Five-day Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD5) Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD)

Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen (TKN) Total Phosphorus (TP)

$1.20/m3/pa

$1.30/kg/pa

$0.11/kg/pa

$1.26/kg/pa

$2.71/kg/pa

$1.42/kg/pa

General Rule in Respect of Trade Waste and Domestic Wastewater Charges

Where trade waste is discharged or measured separately from domestic wastewater, both trade waste and pan charges will be applied cumulatively. Where the waste streams are combined, the pan charge shall apply and act as a credit against the trade waste charges, so that only the trade waste charges in excess of the pan charge shall be payable.

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COMMERCIAL CHARGES Aerodrome charges

Motueka Aerodrome Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

General aviation user charges (through honesty box or EFTPOS) Per landing

Aircraft type:

 Single Engine $9.00

 Twin Engine $11.00

 Helicopter $5.00

 Microlight / Homebuilt $9.00

 Glider $9.00

Commercial operators charges (invoiced monthly) Aircraft type:

 Single Engine

$90.00/month/aircraft

 Twin Engine

$110.00/month/aircraft

 Helicopter

$50.00/month/aircraft

 Microlight / Homebuilt

$70.00/month/aircraft

 Glider

$70.00/month/aircraft Aircraft Parking Charges for Visiting Aircraft using tie downs.

(Commercial Operators Charges are invoiced monthly)

Small Engine $7.00/day or

$600.00 pa

Twin Engine $9.00/day or

$800.00 pa

Helicopter $7.00/day or

$600.00 pa

Microlight/Homebuilt $6.00/day or

$450.00 pa

Glider $6.00/day or

$450.00 pa NB: Charges not paid through honesty box or EFTPOS will incur a $25.00 Administration fee

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Takaka Aerodrome Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

General Aviation User Charges (through honesty box or EFTPOS) Per landing

Aircraft type:

Single Engine/Helicopter/Glider/Microlight $9.00

Twin Engine $11.00

Commercial Operators Charges (invoiced monthly)

Single Engine/Helicopter/Glider/Microlight $9.00

Twin Engine $11.00

Note: * Charges that are not paid through the honesty box or EFTPOS will incur $25.00 administration fee

Council will be undertaking a review of its aerodromes activity. This review will be along the lines of the review of Port Tarakohe. The emphasis will be on ensuring that these activities are financially self-sustaining. This is likely to result in an increase in fees and charges as these businesses move to funding depreciation and any rates funding is removed.

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Wharfage and Berthage

These comments apply to all Port Tarakohe charges listed below:

 The Port has cameras located around the Port to monitor activity, manage health and safety and security risks. The footage from these Camera’s will be used to support enforcement action against parties that ignore the fees and charges for use of facilities at Port Tarakohe.

 All charges may be varied by the Chief Executive Officer where special circumstances exist.

 No storage is permitted on wharf structures unless specifically authorised by the Port Manager in writing. Demurrage/storage rates apply after 24 hours of cargo/material arriving (allowance to be made for extenuating circumstances such as bad weather).

Storage to be in the assigned areas only. Bulk cargo in transit may have extended demurrage with approval of the Harbour Manager. Failure to comply may result in a “penalty storage charge” (PSC) of $500.00 being issued and non-removal within 48 hours may incur removal charges and a further fee of $500.00 for the manager’s time in arranging relocation of storage materials.

 All charges for berths, moorings, storage and rents are payable in advance. For any overdue payments a penalty interest charge of 1% per month will be payable. All other payments are due within 30 days and on standard commercial trade terms.

 An administration charge of 10% per annum (plus GST) may be added to berthage charges paid by instalments arranged during the year.

 Visitors and users that do not follow instructions to notify the Port Manager 24 hours before arrival to pre-arrange

accommodation requirements, will be charged a penalty fee of $100.00 to reflect the time the manager is required to reactively spend chasing new arrivals and placing them in the correct locations.

 A fixed marine fuelling site, or any mobile fuelling where oils are transferred by way of a hose or similar between shore-and-ship, or ship-to-ship, is required to have a Tier-1 Fuel Transfer Site Oil Spill Contingency Plan approved in advance by the Council’s Regional On-Scene Commander. This does not apply to the transfer of self-contained fuel containers (tote tanks, sealed drums or similar) from shore-to-ship or ship-to-ship. The Council as Port Operator has full control over any activities conducted within the Port and therefore approval in writing is required before any fuel transfer is permitted – any approvals will also be subject to litreage charges. Failure to seek approval and comply with Council’s requirements will incur a fine of $2,000 plus the costs of the activity that would normally apply and any costs of cleanup/ damage repair.

 Council will be undertaking a review of its ports activity. This is likely to result in an increase in fees and charges as this business moves to funding depreciation and any rates funding is removed.

Berthage of a vessel at a Council-owned Wharf Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Passengers over the wharf (where no vessel berthed) $6.50 per person, over 5

years of age

Casual (daily) $4.80/ metre* or

45 cents/gross registered tonnage, whichever is the greater, plus port charges (security, line party etc.)

*discounts may be available for long term stays by arrangement only.

Ancillary Services - includes security, line party and all other services. $80.00 per hour

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Wharfage for Port Tarakohe Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Type of Cargo

Fish and shellfish Includes all marine animals $20.50/tonne

Other, including general cargo Rates for large bulk by negotiation $7.50/tonne

Fuel and oil (other than fixed facility) Fuel transfer only – no storage 3 cents/litre

Weighbridge All truck movements >1.5 tonne $5.50/entry/exit

Berths and Moorings Berth length Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST (per annum) Recreational- Plastic Marina 8 metre – restricted access

8 metre 10 metre 12 metre 14 metre 16 metre 18 metre 20 metre

$2,570.00

$3,260.00

$4,070.00

$4,890.00

$5,700.00

$6,500.00

$7,200.00

$8,150.00 Commercial-Plastic Marina 8 metre – restricted access

8 metre 10 metre 12 metre 14 metre 16 metre 18 metre 20 metre

$2500.00

$3,500.00

$4,350.00

$5,250.00

$6,100.00

$7,700.00

$8,700.00

$9,700.00

Commercial-Concrete Marina 12 metre

14 metre 15 metre 16 metre 25 metre

$7,900.00 $9,300.00

$9,500.00

$11,000.00

$17,300.00 Live Aboard – Marina (additional to berth

charge)

Any $120 per month

Moorings Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Recreational Visitor – Mooring $29.00 per day

Fore and aft mooring: outer arm $1,700.00

Live Aboard – Mooring $55.00 per month plus

mooring cost

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Boat Ramp Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Tarakohe Boat Ramp Barrier Arm $10.00/use

Pohara Boat Club Members boat ramp access $100.00 pa

Fees collected & paid by Pohara Boat Club prior to Issue of card (plus $10 for each access card)

Non-Pohara Boat Club members boat ramp access $150.00 pa

(plus $10.00 for each access card)

Demurrage/storage at Port Tarakohe Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Type of storage Period for application of charges

Boat Storage Compound Per week paid in advance $33.00

Boat Storage Compound Per month paid in advance $100.00

Boat Storage Compound Per year paid in advance $1,100.00

Open storage Daily $1.30/m2

Fenced storage Daily $1.65/m2

Standard rubbish skip Annual $550.00

Monthly $27.00

20’ TEU container Annual $2,300.00

Monthly $220.00

40’ FEU container Annual $4,600.00

Monthly $440.00

Trans-shipping of cargo at sea

Charges from 1 July 2018 including GST

Cargo, Goods, Merchandise or other Material $2.60/tonne

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Campground Charges

Collingwood Campground Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Charges for Collingwood Campground, which is owned and operated by Council, are listed below:

Notes to charges:

1. Peak period is 1 December to 30 April inclusive and all holiday weekends.

2. Shoulder Season period is 1 September to 30 November, excluding holiday weekends.

3. Off peak season is all 1 May to 31 August, excluding holiday weekends.

4. Whitebaiting season runs between 15 August to 30 November.

5. Long stay rates are available for off peak season by negotiation for stays that exceed 14 days.

6. All Bookings require a 20% deposit. This is non-refundable.

7. Cancellations:

1st December to 30th April

Reservations are only confirmed on receipt of the full payment or a deposit with the balance due on arrival.

A refund will be given if your unit or site booking is cancelled at least 14 days prior to the arrival date, less a $25 administration fee per unit or site.

If a booking is cancelled within 14 days of expected arrival no refund will be given.

If an amendment results in the shortening of the booked stay, no refund will be made, unless more than 72 hours’ notice is given.

1st May to 30th November

Reservations are only confirmed on receipt of at least one nights deposit per unit or site, with the balance payable on arrival.

A refund will be given if the unit or site booking is cancelled at least 72 hours prior to the arrival date, less a $25 administration fee per unit or site.

If a booking is cancelled within 72 hours of expected arrival, a cancellation fee equivalent to one night’s stay will be applied.

If an amendment results in shortening of the booked stay, no refund will be made, unless more than 72 hours’ notice is given.

No reduction in fees will occur for early departures or late arrivals.

Minimum tariffs and stay periods may apply during peak times.

8. The charges may be varied by the Chief Executive Officer where special circumstances exist, via an approach by the campground managers.

Peak Season

Sites (Tent/Caravan/Motorhome) Coastal – Powered (1 or 2 persons) Non Coastal – Powered (1 or 2 persons) Non Coastal - Non powered (1 or 2 persons)

Extra adult/ child costs apply over these rates as listed below.

$42.00

$38.00

$34.00

Cabins/ Baches Ensuite Cabin (2 people) Kitchen Cabin (2 people) Bach (4 People)

Backpacker/single Cabin (1-2 people) Deluxe Backpacker Cabin (1-2 people) Extra adults per night

Extra children (4 to 14 years) per night Under 4 years.

$105.00

$85.00

$150.00

$65.00

$70.00

$30.00

$12.00 Free

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Collingwood Campground Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Shoulder Season

Sites (Tent/Caravan/Motorhome) Coastal – Powered (1 or 2 persons) Non Coastal – Powered (1 or 2 persons) Non Coastal - Non powered (1 or 2 persons)

Extra adult/ child costs apply over these rates as listed below.

$40.00

$36.00

$30.00

Cabins/ Baches Ensuite Cabin (2 people) Kitchen Cabin (2 people) Bach (4 People)

Backpacker/single Cabin (2 people) Deluxe Backpacker Cabin

Extra adults per night

Extra children (4 to 14 years) per night Under 4 years free.

$99.00

$79.00

$140.00

$59.00

$65.00

$25.00

$10.00 Free Off Peak Season:

Sites (Tent/Caravan/Motorhome) Coastal – Powered (1 or 2 persons) Non Coastal – Powered (1 or 2 persons) Non Coastal - Non powered (1 or 2 persons)

Extra adult/ child costs apply over these rates as listed below.

$38.00

$34.00

$30.00

Cabins/ Baches Ensuite Cabin (2 people) Kitchen Cabin (2 people) Bach (4 People)

Backpacker/single Cabin (1-2 people) Deluxe Backpacker Cabin (1-2 people) Extra adults per night

Extra children (4 to 14 years) per night Under 4 years free.

$95.00

$75.00

$130.00

$55.00

$60.00

$20.00

$10.00 Free Whitebaiting season (minimum 7 day or greater stay)

Sites (Tent/Caravan/Motorhome)

Coastal or non-coastal – Powered (1 persons) 2 people (Adult or Child as Extra)

Extra adult $5/ child $5 apply over these rates as listed above.

$20.00

$25.00

Linen Hire $5.00

Internet $5.00

Towel Hire $2.00

Vehicle and Caravan storage - subject to seasonal availability in designated area $5.00

Caravan/ Campervan site occupancy but absent from campground $20.00

Cemetery Charges

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Tasman District Council Cemetery Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Plot – purchase right of burial

RSA in designated areas No fee

New Plot – 12 years and over $1,176.00

Natural Burial – Standard Plot Size $1,176.00

Natural Burial – Large Plot Size $2,353.00

Children’s areas where set apart

Child 5-12 years $614.00

Child 0-5 years $153.00

Stillborn No fee

Out of District Fee on any Burial Plot – extra to above $1,176.00

Ashes – purchase right of burial

RSA No fee

Rose Garden – all ages $474.00

Tree Shrub Garden – all ages $474.00

Ash Berm – all ages $474.00

Stillborn No fee

Out of District Fee on any Ash Plot – extra to above $474.00

Richmond Memorial Wall Plaque Space $180.00

Richmond Memorial Wall Plaque Space - Out of District Fee $301.00

Burial interment fees

RSA $741.00

Interments – 12 years and over $741.00

Child – 5-12 years $456.00

Child – 0-5 years $144.00

Stillborn No fee

Disinterment/Reinternment Actual cost

Saturday extra charge – all ages $205.00

Sunday & Public Holiday extra charge – all ages $460.00

Ash Interment Fees

All ash plots in all cemeteries – all ages $144.00

Disinterment/Reinternment – ashes Actual cost

Saturday extra charge – all ages (if contractor attendance is required) $159.00

Sunday and Public Holidays extra charge – all ages (if contractor attendance is required) $256.00

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Tasman District Council Cemetery Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Miscellaneous

Concrete cutting when required Actual cost

Late funeral hourly rate extra charge after 5pm $205.00

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Sports Ground Charges

Tasman District Council Sports Grounds Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Type

Cricket – Senior grade $3,307.00/block

Cricket – Second grade $2,525.00/block

Cricket – Artificial pitch No charge

Rugby, Rugby League, Baseball, Football - Senior $358.00/field

Rugby, Football and Baseball - junior No charge

Athletics $128.00/track

Rugby – Touch field - summer $128.00/field

Baseball – Senior $250.00/field

Note 1: Some Council owned Sports Grounds are run by Management Committees, who set their own charges

Note 2: Representative Training Tournaments and out of season one off use for sportsfields and associated facilities – charges will be at cost of preparation.

Note 3: These fees will be inflation adjusted annually Note 4: All fees are per season

Miscellaneous Parks and Reserves Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Fencing between private and Tasman District Council owned land excluding roads subject to a case by case

basis

Half actual cost per linear metre or $56.00/metre whichever is the lower

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35

Corporate Charges

Corporate Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST GIS Map Prices (per copy)

A4 A3 A2 A1 A0

$5.00

$10.00

$15.00

$20.00

$30.00 Subsequent copies

A4 A3 A2 A1 A0

$2.50

$5.00

$7.50

$10.00

$15.00

Electronic files (e.g. Maps and GIS data in electronic format) $153.00/hour

CD/DVD Media $5.00 1st,

$1.00 thereafter Official Information Requests

Staff time will be charged out at a rate of $38.00 per half hour. Copying will be charged out at the normal rate applicable.

$38.00/

half hour

Photocopying Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST First 20 pages for requests under the Official Information Act

Additional copies:

A4 black and white

 Single sided

 Double sided A3 black and white

 Single sided

 Double sided Colour copies A3 and A4

Free

20c 40c 40c 70c

$2.00

Miscellaneous Charges - Customer Services Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST

Certificate of Titles $20.00

Survey Plan $20.00

Historic Titles $20.00

Scanning of Minor Building Consent applications for electronic processing $2.00/page

Maximum 20 pages

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36

Library Charges

Library Charges Charges

from 1 July 2018 including GST Loans

New adult books – three-week loan

All magazines in adult section – three-week loan Music CDs – three-week loan

DVDs – two-week loan

$1.50 50c

$1.00

$4.00

Holds and Requests

Holds within Tasman District Libraries

Requests (inter-loan) outside Tasman District – minimum charge (further charges will apply if a fee is charged by the lending library)

Requests (inter-loan) outside Tasman District – child members

$2.00

$5.00 No charge unless a fee is charged by the lending library

Overdue items

Adult Member 30 cents/day

(maximum charge $5.00)

Junior Member 10 cents/day

(Maximum charge $2.50)

Replacement Membership Card $3.00

Lost and Damaged Books Replacement cost +

administration fee Lost Book Administration Fee (non-refundable)

Damaged Book Administration Fee (if charged)

$8.00/item

$5.00/item Library room hire charges (Meeting rooms and Learning Suite)

Non-profit Use - 1 hour

Non-profit Use - half day (4 hours)

$10.00

$20.00 Commercial Use - 1 hour

Commercial Use - per day

$20.00

$100.00

References

Related documents

Resource Management Act 1991 Tasman Resource Management Plan Legal Effect of Parts of Proposed Change 22 Mapua and Ruby Bay Development Tasman District Council has prepared Proposed