Wellington Berms

Tyler Bevins made this Official Information request to Wellington City Council

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From: Tyler Bevins

Dear Wellington City Council,

Can you please provide the details of the exact legislation/acts including the specific areas of these that the Council is using to make people mow and be responsible for the berms adjacent to their properties.

Also what legislation will be used to enforce/fine people if they do not maintain/mow their berms?

Also what defines a berm, and how large does this have to be before this is considered not a berm (i.e. where someone has a very large 'berm' - where is the line?)

Yours faithfully,

Tyler Bevins

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From: BUS: IRO
Wellington City Council

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We appreciate your patience.

Wellington City Council Issues Resolution Office.

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From: Ian Hunter
Wellington City Council

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Dear Mr Bevins,


Thank you for your email to the Council received on 14 February 2017 in
which you requested information relating to berms.


Please find attached a copy of the Council’s formal response.


Kind regards,



Ian Hunter
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