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Issued: 14 February 2020
Submissions have now closed on Wednesday 25 March 2020
Schedules detailing the locations for the proposed new speed limits, as well as the proposed changes clearly marked, are in the Draft Grey District Council Speed Limits Bylaw (available for download below).
These changes are proposed to:
Note: Only the proposed speed restriction changes have been assessed as the other amendments are procedural matters.
This is Council’s preferred option. Benefits and negatives are as follows:
The proposed changes will contribute to improving road safety in the Grey District.
Will help reinforce the new CBD zone and in particular current and future stages of the Greymouth CBD Redevelopment Plan.
Increased safety in response to community requests are actioned.
There will be no need to change existing speed restriction signage.
Motorists may be happier as the speed change may not be acceptable by all motorists.
Will not help reinforce the most recent changes to the reduced size of the Greymouth CBD zone as per the Greymouth CBD Redevelopment Plan.
Public representations received in the run-up to the latest review will be ignored.
Residents are strongly encouraged to have a say. We want to hear from as many people as possible before the final bylaw is adopted, so please have your say today.
All submissions must be in writing. We will accept submissions in the following format:
You are welcome to address Council in person on your submission – if you wish to do this, please clearly indicate this in your submission. Council will hear and consider submissions at a meeting after the close-off date.
Every submission made to the Council will be acknowledged in accordance with the Local Government Act 2002, copied and made available to the public.
Submissions close at 5pm on Wednesday 25 March 2020.
Submission Form (PDF, 161KB) Summary of Proposal Speed Limits Bylaw (PDF, 173KB)Draft Speed Limits Bylaw ( PDF, 8MB)