24/ SUSPENSION: If the Council is not satisfied that the Event Organiser is complying with its obligations under this
Permit then it may temporarily suspend this Permit for such period of time until the Council decides that the Event
Organiser is complying with its obligations. The Event Organiser shall cease all activities at the Location during any
period of suspension.
25/ COMPLIANCE: Event Organisers shall adhere to the management policies of the current Reserve Management Plan
and any Council Bylaws, Policies and Regulations. Parks staff can assist with providing this information.
s Permit is not a consent under any other statute, regulation or bylaw affecting the Location or its use and the
Event Organiser shall, prior to entering the Location, obtain all necessary consents (including resource consents),
licences and other permits necessary to allow it to carry out filming pursuant to this Permit. In the event that the
Event Organiser fails to hold such valid consent, licence or permit, then the operation of this Permit shall be
suspended until such time as the Event Organiser holds such valid consent, licence or permit, and the Event Organiser
will vacate the Location during such suspension.
nt Organisers must also comply with the Privacy Act for all events held on Council land.
RICTED ACCESS: If due to any reason, including but not limited to, fire, storm, earthquake, emergency or disaster,
whether man-made or not, or for any other reason the Location is not available, the Council’s liability under this Permit
is limited to refunding the Fee to the Event Organiser.
27/ REGULATORY FUNCTION: Nothing in this Permit shall be read as limiting or otherwise affecting the proper and valid
undertaking or exercise of any regulatory or statutory power or function by the Council or any part of its operations.
28/ INDEMNITY: The purpose of an indemnity is to require the person giving the indemnity to meet any
claims against the person who holds the indemnity.
The Event Organiser shall keep the Council indemnified
against all claims, actions, losses, and expenses of any nature which the Council may suffer or incur or for which the
Council may become liable in respect of:
the negligent or careless use or misuse by the Event Organiser or persons under the control of the Event
Organiser of the Location;
any accident or damage to property or any person arising from any occurrence in or near the Location wholly
or in part by reason of any act or omission by the Event Organiser or persons under the control of the Event
Organiser ; and
anything otherwise arising directly or indirectly from the use of the Location by the Event Organiser.
If an event is to take place in an area which is usually open to the public, and which has private property nearby,
Council needs to ensure that no injury occurs to members of the public and that no damage occurs to other people’s
29/ PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE: Public liability insurance is an insurance policy held by an organiser of an activity. It
provides the organiser with some protection if a third party brings an action against the organiser or when there is a
risk of damage. Without such a policy the organiser would be personally liable. Public liability insurance will also be
important when the organiser has indemnified Council, and a third party makes a claim against Council.
If your event is likely to attract large crowds, or if it involves amplified sound, road closures, traffic
control or parking restrictions, you may need to consult with nearby businesses and residents.
ad closures, parking restrictions and traffic control may affect residents’ access to their properties and may also
impact on workers accessing their place of business or customers accessing commercial properties and shops. Please
discuss your requirements with the Parks Manager.
NOISE/ GLARE/ VIBRATION/ DUST CONTROL:
Please discuss any adverse effects that might result from your event with
the Parks Manager.
ise control comes under the provisions of the Resource Management Act 1991 which aims to protect people from
unreasonable or excessive noise; provide noise control in the community; protect the rights of people and industry to
make a reasonable amount of noise; and to allow the public, local authorities and Police to work together to control
noise. For more information about the amount of noise and resulting nuisance your event is likely to create, contact
the Council's Environmental Health Division.