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The Clutha District Council has
approved a draft Easter Sunday Trading policy which would allow shops to open
on Easter Sunday.
The policy is available for
public consultation from Thursday 15 December until Monday 23 January 2017 to
measure the response of the Clutha district.
consultation is so that people can let the Council know their views on this
Council expects there to be a
range of opinions, both for and against opening, that needed to be considered.
The Clutha District has several
areas which are important for tourists, and this policy would allow shops in
those areas to open for longer on one of the last long weekends of the Autumn
The Shop Trading Hours Amendment
Act 2016 was passed by Parliament earlier this year. It gave local authorities
the power to create a policy that would allow shops to open doors on Easter
Sunday in their own District.
The Act also lets employees
decide for themselves whether they want to work on Easter Sunday.
Read the full policy here:
Draft Easter Sunday Shop Trading Policy (PDF, 1.63MB)
Submissions close 23 January 2017, hard copies are available from council offices.