Notice

Hi CORY RATAHI
In relation to the Activities in a Public Place application for Busking – Community group performing Maori songs.

Our team has considered your request and the application to operate Busking – Community group performing Maori songs has been accepted.

This email acts as your permit to operate as an Activity in a Public Place, if requested this email must be presented. Your permit number is PPL22/0012 this expires on 22 January 2023.

Please ensure that all of the conditions stated below are complied with when undertaking activities in public places.

The pop up stall must be:
· at least 50m from another stall
· at least 3m from any residential, retail or commercial premises unless the stall holder has permission of the owner/occupier of the premises to stand at a closer distance.

The pop up stall holder will not:
· obstruct pedestrian flow
· use an amplified sound system
· have signage no larger than 0.5m2
· have a structure no larger than 2m2
· behave in a manner that in the reasonable opinion of a Council officer causes or is likely to cause an injury or nuisance to any person or damage to any property owned or controlled by the Council
· argue, intimidate, insult or abuse the public
· trade within 200m of the area designated for an event authorised by Council
· Stay in one location for more than one hour (you must move at least 50m from your location each time)
· Will not return to the same location within a 12 hour period.

The Activities in a Public Place Bylaw can be found at link below as well as a map of where you are permitted to operate the activity.

Bylaw –

Map -http://www.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=5ef5ee037ea44254b8a0e5db407bad05&extent=1257930.8565%2C5004170.9971%2C1258438.8575%2C5004429.7601%2C2193

If you have any queries regarding the above information, please get in touch on Alex.Murdoch@qldc.govt.nz or (03) 441 0499.

Kind regards

Alex Murdoch

Request from the Remarkables Theatre Group for us to open their first performance with a Mihi, Karakia and Waiata tautoko. Location is at the Rotunda in the Queenstown Gardens.

Timing for them is tight, so we only have 5mins to do our bit. The event kicks off at 6pm, so we will be prepared from 5.50pm on Friday 28th Jan.

Wear SDs – Black tops with pounamu.

If someone wants to do the mihi and karakia, feel free to volunteer, otherwise I’m happy to do it.
Our waiata tautoko will be: Te Iwi E with actions (can be substituted with Ko Te Waipounamu if more people know that one)

A koha will be provided, which will go to Ngā Manu Hou bank account.

Kia ora,
I have submitted an application for busker licence with QLDC. The dates requested are from 22 Jan 2022 to 24 Dec 2022. The locations requested are:
– Buckingham Street corner – Arrowtown
– Ballarat Street (The Mall) – Queenstown
– Beach Street – Queenstown
– Queenstown waterfront

Full application below:

Name:
Cory Ratahi

Address:
89A Devon Street

Email address:
cory.ratahi@gmail.com

Phone number:
0211208203

Activity type:
Busking

Please confirm that as a busker you will not use an amplified sound system:
I confirm that I will not use an amplified sound system

What are the dimensions of your pop-up stall?
Are you selling food or drink?
Please indicate which type of food vendor you are:
What is your registration number under the Food Act:
Registration number expiry date:
Describe the activity:
Our local community group will be performing Māori songs

How you will ensure public health and safety:
The area that we perform will be clearly marked, keeping a safe distance from the public.

How you will minimise noise, smell or rubbish:
We will not be using amplified sound equipment and all equipment we bring to the location will also be taken away at the conclusion of the performance.

Click here to confirm you will not stay in one location for more than one hour (you must move at least 50m from your location each time):
I confirm I will not stay in one location for more than one hour.

Please indicate the area where you will be trading:
Buckingham Street corner – Arrowtown
Ballarat Street (The Mall) – Queenstown
Beach Street – Queenstown
Queenstown waterfront
Click here to indicate that you will comply with all conditions for undertaking an activity in a public place:
Yes

Intended timeframe:
22/01/2022 – 24/12/2022

Intended hours of operation:
10am – 6pm

Click here to indicate that you have read, understood and agree to comply with the conditions of the Activities in Public Places Bylaw 2016:
I have read, understood and agree to comply with the conditions of the Activities in Public Places Bylaw 2016

Please see attached the meeting agenda for the group meeting this weekend – 11 Dec 21

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Please see attached minutes for the committee meeting – 20 Nov 2021

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Please see attached the minutes of committee meeting - 31 Oct 2021

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Kia ora e te whānau,
Unfortunately we were unsuccessful with our funding request from Te Hau Toka. However we have been incouraged to reapply at the next funding round in February.

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