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33 Bluff Road, Kuaotunu, RD 2 Whitianga 3592.
Camp Building Guidelines as at 26/10/2011
These Guidelines in no way reflect Council Regulations.
These rules have been put in place by the Board to protect the overall appearance and safety of the camp ground. All site owners are responsible for meeting council regulations.
1. Caravans & awnings (canvas type) are allowed as of right. The definition of a caravan is that it must be on wheels and able to be registered.
2. Plans for all structures must be presented and passed by the Board before any work commences. This Includes decks, sheds, gazebos etc. Board Sign-off must be obtained upon completion of work.
3. Boundaries. All buildings caravans and awnings must be 1,500mm from an adjacent site. Eaves and soffits to be no greater than 300mm and no closer to the boundary than 1,200mm. Decks to be no closer
than 500mm to the boundary.
4. No part of a building or caravan can extend past a boundary to common areas (including opening windows & spoutings.)
5. Caravans to be blocked no higher than 400mm.
6. Roof pitches on buildings to be no greater than 25 Degrees.
7. The maximum width of mobile holiday home (ie has wheels & chassis) is 4.8 metres. This can be exceeded only with Board approval, a building permit and resource consent.
9. A Building Consent is required for all connections to the camp sewage lines (grey water included).
10. All water connections to be done under the supervision of the camp manager. Isolating valves must be Fitted.
11. Bottoms of caravans and buildings to be closed in. (Trellis is acceptable).
12. Sheds no greater in area than 10 square metres are allowed on each site and may be placed on aboundary. These can only be used for storage.
13. Only one shed per site is allowed.
14. Fences are not permitted. Windbreaks & temporary fences for the safety of children are permitted with Board approval.
15. No solid concrete pads in front of sites will be allowed. There is to be no filling in of road edge drains between front of sites and camp road edges.
16. Building works are not permitted to be undertaken during the recognised holiday peak periods December/January, school holidays or statutory holidays such as Anniversary Day, Waitangi Day, Easter, Queens Birthday or Labour Weekend.
Note: All structures in place prior to 31st October 08 are exempt from these conditions. Any additional improvements after that date are bound by these rules.
The Board has the right to amend the rules as and when it thinks necessary.
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