National War Memorial Park (Pukeahu) Empowering Bill

  • enacted

Hon Christopher Finlayson

National War Memorial Park (Pukeahu) Empowering Bill

Government Bill

53—2

As reported from the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

Contents

Commentary

Key

1 Title

2 Commencement

Part 1
Preliminary provisions

3 Purpose

4 Interpretation

5 Meaning of Park land

5A Status of plans in Schedule 10

6 Act binds the Crown

Part 2
Statutory authorisations and other matters

Subpart 1Resource consents and designations

Resource consents

7 Resource consents granted

Designation

8 Designation provided for Agency

Subpart 2Authorities relating to archaeological sites

9 Authority to destroy, damage, or modify archaeological site

Subpart 3Building consents

10 Interpretation

11 Building consents granted

12 Payment of building levies

13 Certificate of code compliance and certificate of acceptance

14 Determination of compliance

15 Use of Park or roading network

Subpart 4Access to property and granting of property rights

16 Powers of entry

17 Property rights granted

Subpart 5Certification of plans and documents

Plans and documents prepared by Agency

18 Preparation of draft plans and documents

19 Appointment of experts for certification

20 Certification

21 Alternative certification process

Plans and documents prepared by Ministry

22 Preparation of draft plans and documents

23 Certification

Subpart 6Orders in Council

24 Governor-General may make Orders in Council for purpose of Act

25 Expiry of section 24

Review panel

26 National War Memorial Park Review Panel

27 Function of National War Memorial Park Review Panel

27A Further reporting by National War Memorial Park Review Panel

28 Procedure for recommending Order in Council

29 Further provisions about Orders in Council

Parliamentary scrutiny of Orders in Council

30 Order in Council under section 24 to be presented to House of Representatives promptly

31 Disallowance of Order in Council under section 24

32 When Orders in Council under section 24 disallowed

31 Disallowance of Order in Council under section 24

33 Disallowance has effect of revocation

34 Notice of resolution to disallow Order in Council under section 24

35 Application of Regulations (Disallowance) Act 1989

Subpart 7Community forum

36 Community forum

Subpart 8Amendments, etc, to statutory authorisations after 31 July 2015

37 Amendments, etc, to statutory authorisations after 31 July 2015

Schedule 1
Resource consents granted to Agency and conditions applying

Schedule 2
Resource consents granted to chief executive of Ministry and conditions applying to them

Schedule 3
Designation provided to Agency and conditions applying

Schedule 4
Archaeological authorities granted to Agency and conditions applying

Schedule 5
Archaeological authorities granted to chief executive of Ministry and conditions applying

Schedule 6
Building consents granted to Agency and conditions applying

Schedule 7
Building consents granted to chief executive of Ministry and conditions applying

Schedule 8
Power of entry and property rights granted to Agency and conditions applying

Schedule 9
Power of entry and property rights granted to chief executive of Ministry and conditions applying

Schedule 10
Plans

Legislative history


The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: