Health premises registration fees 2024/25

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Thank you for your feedback. Consultation has concluded.

We're increasing health premises registration fees by 10% for 2024/2025. This is to cover rising costs over the past year.

This change has been carefully considered so we can recover some of the cost of providing this activity, while recognising businesses will be feeling the pressure of increased costs in the current economic environment.

Our health inspections of campgrounds, hairdressers, mortuaries and funeral homes are to ensure the health and safety of the community when using those services. As a Council, we are also required to carry out these inspections under the Health (Registration of Premises) Regulations 1966.

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We're increasing health premises registration fees by 10% for 2024/2025. This is to cover rising costs over the past year.

This change has been carefully considered so we can recover some of the cost of providing this activity, while recognising businesses will be feeling the pressure of increased costs in the current economic environment.

Our health inspections of campgrounds, hairdressers, mortuaries and funeral homes are to ensure the health and safety of the community when using those services. As a Council, we are also required to carry out these inspections under the Health (Registration of Premises) Regulations 1966.

Please see our 2024/25 health fees document on this page, as well as Council's Statement of Proposal document outlining the changes. If you would like to give feedback, click on the 'Take Survey' button further down the page.

Have further questions, want to give feedback in person or talk to someone?

If you would rather fill in a paper feedback form, come and do it at one of our locations: Council's Head Office at Barkes Corner, Waihī Beach Library and Service Centre, The Centre - Pātuki Manawa, Te Puke Library and Service Centre, or the Ōmokoroa Library and Service Centre.

You can also come down and talk to our team at the Doggy Day Out event on Saturday 16 March, 10am - 2pm, at Ōmokoroa Sportsground. It's also free family fun and a great day out!

Otherwise, you can contact us on our freephone line: 0800 WBOPDC (0800 926 732), or email us at haveyoursay@westernbay.govt.nz

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    Thank you for your feedback. Consultation has concluded.

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