Consultation - Mobile Shops & Traders

Mackenzie District Council has reviewed the Mobile Shops and Traders Bylaw 2014 and proposes to revoke the Bylaw and replace with a new Mobile Shops and Traders Bylaw 2021. Similar to the 2014 Bylaw, the proposed Mobile Shops and Traders Bylaw 2021 will require any person or business wanting to engage in mobile trading to obtain a licence from the Council.

Council are proposing designated specific locations in Fairlie, Tekapo and Twizel as permanent sites for mobile trading. The specific sites are:

  • the Village Green, Fairlie
  • the Denmark Street Greenway, Fairlie
  • the Lakeside Drive Carpark, Tekapo
  • the Hamilton Drive Carpark, Tekapo
  • the Mackenzie Drive Carpark, Twizel

It is proposed that no Mobile Trading Licenses will be granted to operate outside of the designated sites.

To ensure a clear, transparent, and fair processing framework, Council is proposing a new application process and a standard set of conditions which all mobile traders must comply with when operating a mobile shop.

For more information, please refer to the Statement of Proposal and Proposed Mobile Shops and Traders Bylaw 2021 at letstalk.mackenzie.govt.nz

Any person, organisation or body is welcome to make a submission on the proposed Mobile Shops and Traders Bylaw 2021. The consultation period will open on Monday 20 September 2021 and will close on Friday 22 October 2021. Submitters can opt to address Councillors directly at a hearing which is scheduled to be held on Wednesday 10 November 2021.


How to Make A Submission

  • By completing the survey below;
  • By email to: planning@mackenzie.govt.nz ;
  • By requesting a submission form from council offices in either Fairlie or Twizel.


If you require further information, or assistance making a submission, please contact us on 0800 685 8514. We're here to help.

Councillors will consider all submissions and may make changes to the drafts before making a final decision. You can make a submission before 5pm on 22 October 2021.

Mackenzie District Council has reviewed the Mobile Shops and Traders Bylaw 2014 and proposes to revoke the Bylaw and replace with a new Mobile Shops and Traders Bylaw 2021. Similar to the 2014 Bylaw, the proposed Mobile Shops and Traders Bylaw 2021 will require any person or business wanting to engage in mobile trading to obtain a licence from the Council.

Council are proposing designated specific locations in Fairlie, Tekapo and Twizel as permanent sites for mobile trading. The specific sites are:

  • the Village Green, Fairlie
  • the Denmark Street Greenway, Fairlie
  • the Lakeside Drive Carpark, Tekapo
  • the Hamilton Drive Carpark, Tekapo
  • the Mackenzie Drive Carpark, Twizel

It is proposed that no Mobile Trading Licenses will be granted to operate outside of the designated sites.

To ensure a clear, transparent, and fair processing framework, Council is proposing a new application process and a standard set of conditions which all mobile traders must comply with when operating a mobile shop.

For more information, please refer to the Statement of Proposal and Proposed Mobile Shops and Traders Bylaw 2021 at letstalk.mackenzie.govt.nz

Any person, organisation or body is welcome to make a submission on the proposed Mobile Shops and Traders Bylaw 2021. The consultation period will open on Monday 20 September 2021 and will close on Friday 22 October 2021. Submitters can opt to address Councillors directly at a hearing which is scheduled to be held on Wednesday 10 November 2021.


How to Make A Submission

  • By completing the survey below;
  • By email to: planning@mackenzie.govt.nz ;
  • By requesting a submission form from council offices in either Fairlie or Twizel.


If you require further information, or assistance making a submission, please contact us on 0800 685 8514. We're here to help.

Councillors will consider all submissions and may make changes to the drafts before making a final decision. You can make a submission before 5pm on 22 October 2021.

  • Thanks for making a submission. Please note before proceeding that submissions are made publicly available. You can indicate within the survey if you would prefer to address councillors in person at a hearing on 10 November 2021. If so, we will be in touch nearer to the date to arrange a convenient time.

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