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Week 2 begins Monday 16 September 2019

Business premises that have the potential to put public health at risk, must be registered with the Council.

  • Hairdressers Shop
  • Camping Ground
  • Funeral Directors
  • Mortuary
  • Stock Saleyards
  • Offensive Trade

Registrations must be renewed annually and are subject to regular inspections to comply with Health Regulations.

How to apply for Registration of Premises
  1. Contact the Hauraki District Council to discuss your requirements with the Environmental Health Officer.
  2. The Environmental Health Officer will inspect your premises prior to registration.
  3. Once the Environmental Health Officer confirms that the premises complies with regulations, you can then apply for registration.

Once a premises is registered by Council, the certificate of registration must be openly displayed in a public part of the premises. If you wish to continue operating, you must renew your certificate annually.

Taking over an existing premises

If you take over an existing premises that is currently registered, you need to fill out the application for registration form and pay the change of occupier fee. It is important that you do this as soon as possible after taking over the premises.

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