On 27th May 2019, Auckland Council issued the update below, via email.
You may care to read through the Hearing Report itself. This is the report that the Hearing Panel based its deliberations on.
Links to the reports are contained in the Council update below.
Although the deliberations by the Hearing Panel were ‘public’, no members of the public were able to speak.
The summaries regarding the 3 proposed restricted freedom camping sites in Omaha can be found on pages 272 – 277.
Whilst they have noted (in this version of the Hearing Report) the OBC’s survey results on the 2nd page relating to each of the sites, the Council staff did not show them in the pie chart, on the first page, relating to each of the sites, which showed the views expressed from the consultation process – excluding the OBC survey results!
|UPDATE: Proposed Freedom Camping in Vehicles Bylaw Deliberations Report|
|Monday 27 May, 2019|
We advise that the freedom camping submissions and the deliberations report are now available online here.
Public deliberations will take place at the Auckland Town Hall on Wednesday 29 May from 9.30am and Friday 31 May from 9.30am.
You are welcome to attend and observe proceedings at these deliberations.
What happens after deliberations?
Your feedback along with the recommendations of the panel after deliberations will help the Governing Body to decide whether to adopt the Freedom Camping in Vehicles Bylaw at their June meeting.
You will be notified of the Governing Body’s decision following this meeting.
Thank you for your feedback on the proposed bylaw. If you have any questions, please contact us.
Freedom Camping Team