A loophole in Auckland Council’s proposed freedom camping bylaw could mean the practice would go unenforced on any roads, parks and reserves without a parking restriction.
Kaipātiki Local Board chairman John Gillon​ said Auckland Council had not included a general rule in the new bylaw which would limit freedom campers only to designated areas.
“The old bylaw included a rule of no camping anywhere in any public place, but the new one does not have that, which means freedom camping could be permitted outside of the designated areas, and legally could not be enforced,” Gillon said.

Article: https://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/110814085/loophole-in-auckland-freedom-camping-bylaw-could-mean-people-parking-up-on-most-roads-and-parks–politician

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