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6 Henderson Valley Road, Henderson, Auckland 0612 
Private Bag 92250, Auckland 1142, New Zealand 
Ph 09 355 3553   Fax 09 355 3550 
2 August 2017 
Mr Richard Evans 
[FYI request #6140 email] 
Dear Mr Evans 
 Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987          
Thank you for your email dated 5 July 2017, requesting information about Auckland Council’s 
Traffic Bylaw 2015 mainly section 11, enforcing illegal parking on berm or council owned land. 
Request one: please provide all information regarding the decisions not to enforce Auckland 
Councils Traffic Bylaw 2015 mainly section 11, enforcing illegal parking on berm or council 
owned land. This part of your request is refused under Section 17(e) of the LGOIMA as the 
information requested does not exist. 
Auckland Transport (AT) has its own Bylaw entitled ‘Auckland Transport Traffic Bylaw 2012’.  
Information regarding the decisions not to enforce on berms is refused under Section 7(2) 
(g) of the LGOIMA as the information requested is legally priviliged. 
Request two: If no decision was made, please provide evidence why it is not being enforced 
in Auckland and at Albany Metropolitan Centre. 
This part of your request is refused under Section 17(e) of the LGOIMA as the information 
requested does not exist. 
Request three:  If  signage is required, for example the three signs you have installed on 
Cornerstone Drive outside the bus station. What process is in place for Parking Wardens to 
report the lack of signage and then the process for installation? 
AT receives  a large number of  notifications  related to parking on grass berms from  local 
community  and  other road users. Customers can report any such issues through  AT’s 
established channels i.e. e-mail, contact centre. Parking Officers use internal processes that 
are in place for them to report any issues that they identify during their time out on the road. 
Installation of signs is considered on case per case basis. The process for installation is a site 
assessment is undertaken and assessment of requirement is undertaken.   
We trust the above information has addressed your request however should you believe that 
we have not dealt with your request appropriately, you have the right in accordance with 

section 27(3) of the LGOIMA to make a complaint to the Office of the Ombudsman and seek 
an investigation and review in regard to this matter. 
If you have any further queries, please contact Auckland Transport on 09 355 3553 quoting 
Official Information request number CAS-509938-L0B4M4. 
 Yours sincerely 
John Strawbridge 
Manager, Parking Services