Fees & Charges

This section lists fees and charges for various Council services.


Building Control

Read a list of fees and charges for building-related work.

Camping Grounds

Fees for Collingwood Camping Ground.

Cemeteries

Fees for plots and interment.

Commercial Operator’s Licence

Fees for commercial vessel operators.

Corporate Charges

Fees for maps, photocopying, laminating and binding as well as Official Information Requests.

Development Contributions

Details of development contribution fees and how they are calculated.

Dog Control

Registration fees, impound fees, kennel services and more.

Engineering

Crossings, road access permits, parking. road closures and more.

Environmental Health

Food premises, stalls, hairdressers, health, traders, buskers and more.

Hall Hire

Food premises, stalls, hairdressers, health, traders, buskers and more.

Library Charges

Fees for loans, requests, reserves and overdue items.

LIM and Property Information

Fees for Land Information Memoranda or property information.

Motueka Aerodrome

Fees for the use of Motueka aerodrome by aircraft or special use of the facility.

Resource Management

Resource consent and resource management fees, such as consent applications, gravel extraction, coastal structures, water permit and effluent charges.

Sale of Alcohol Fees & Charges

Alcohol licensing, managers certificates, special licences and more.

Solid Waste

Disposal fees for solid and green waste material. metals, recyclables and hazardous waste.

Wastewater Connection

Wastewater connections, trade waste charges, and administration fees.

Water Connection

Water connection fees - urban and rural - and water supply charges.

Water Supply Rates

Water supply rates for metered and rural connections, as well as maintenance and capital charges.

Wharfage & Berthage

Fees for berthage, wharfage, storage and fuel facilities, includes new fees for Port Tarakohe.


About the Charges

The Tasman District Council prescribes charges acting under the Local Government Act 2002. The charges shall come into force on 1 July 2013. The charges shall remain in force until amended by resolution. Council may amend the charges by resolution during the year.