Rea estate direction signs
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From: Glen Barnes
Dear Auckland Council,
The Signage Bylaw 2015 (see http://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/EN/li...) has information on real estate signs. Specifically "Table 8: Direction Signage" gives instructions on when signs need to be removed but not when they can be erected.
When can directional signs (say for an open on a Saturday and a Sunday) be erected?
If the campaign lasts 3 weeks do they need to be taken down after each weekend?
From: Adrian Wilson
The answer to your question comes from the definition of directional real
estate signage within the bylaw. It states:
directional real estate signage means publicly visible signage providing
direction to a building or land that is available to the public for
inspection for the purpose of sale, lease or auction.
In effect this only allows you to put out directional signage on the day
the property is available to the public for inspection. We accept that
most homes are available at weekends so therefore we allow for signage
being placed out on a Friday afternoon/evening and being left out until
the final open home/auction on the Sunday. If it’s there Monday then it’s
likely to be seized.
If a twilight viewing is planned then again it can be placed out on the
I hope this answers your question.
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