Rundle Mall Smoking Control

This consultation has concluded.

See the News Tab below for the outcome of this project.

In the past Council has been proactive in its encouragement of outdoor dining venues Council wide becoming smoke free through an incentive scheme offering a substantial reduction in fees.

Council's aim is to continue its proactive approach to providing a healthy and vibrant Rundle Mall for its users and has developed a proposed By-Law for Rundle Mall and its vicinity.

Project information:

  • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section on the right-hand side for background information on this project.
  • View the FAQs section which answers commonly asked questions about this project.

See the News Tab below for the outcome of this project.

In the past Council has been proactive in its encouragement of outdoor dining venues Council wide becoming smoke free through an incentive scheme offering a substantial reduction in fees.

Council's aim is to continue its proactive approach to providing a healthy and vibrant Rundle Mall for its users and has developed a proposed By-Law for Rundle Mall and its vicinity.

Project information:

  • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section on the right-hand side for background information on this project.
  • View the FAQs section which answers commonly asked questions about this project.
This consultation has concluded.
  • Project News

    by admin, almost 8 years ago

    Council recently sought feedback regarding the proposed By-Law 10 to control smoking in Rundle Mall, with over 70 submissions being recieved.

    The proposed By-Law 10 was presented to Council's Community Services and Events Committee on 13 March 2012 for discussion and review.

    On Tuesday 27 March, Council endorsed the implementation of By-Law 10 – Smoking Control for Rundle Mall. This has now been forwarded to the Legislative Review Committee for consideration and gazettal.

    Council recently sought feedback regarding the proposed By-Law 10 to control smoking in Rundle Mall, with over 70 submissions being recieved.

    The proposed By-Law 10 was presented to Council's Community Services and Events Committee on 13 March 2012 for discussion and review.

    On Tuesday 27 March, Council endorsed the implementation of By-Law 10 – Smoking Control for Rundle Mall. This has now been forwarded to the Legislative Review Committee for consideration and gazettal.