This section is made pursuant to Section 145 of the Local Government Act 2002.
19.1 Dead animals on private premises
No person shall throw or leave any dead animal, or part of an animal, or offensive matter of any kind including untreated human waste on any private property, or in any waterway or on its bank.
19.2 Defective sanitary appliances
No person being the owner or occupier of any building or premises, shall permit or suffer any water closet, toilet, urinal, bath, lavatory basin, sink, cistern or any other sanitary fitting to be in such a state or defective condition that renders the appliance incapable of proper and hygienic use.
19.3 Encouraging vermin
No person shall:
(a) cause or permit or suffer any refuse or waste material to remain or be kept in a manner or for an amount of time that is likely to harbour vermin.
(b) allow anything that might attract vermin to be accessible to vermin.
(c) neglect any building, land or premises where vermin exist or are harboured, or where there is evidence of the existence of vermin.
(d) fail to remove or destroy sites where vermin frequent.
19.4 Flies, mosquitoes and other insects
No owner or occupier of any building, land or premises shall permit, cause or suffer conditions to exist that encourage the breeding of flies, mosquitoes or any similar pests that have the potential to be injurious to health or constitute a nuisance.
19.4.1 An authorised Council officer may require the rectification of any such conditions and destruction of any breeding pests in contravention of this Bylaw, by giving notice to the owner of that building, land or premises.