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Application of By-law

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Local Government Act 1999 – Section 246
Notification of Application of By-law—Rundle Mall By-law 2018

The Corporation of the City of Adelaide gives notice pursuant to Section 246(4a) of the Local Government Act 1999 that at its meeting of 11 December 2018 the Council resolved, in accordance with Section 246(3)(e) of the Local Government Act 1999 and Clause 9 of Council’s Rundle Mall By-law 2018, that Clause 5.9 of Council’s Rundle Mall By-law 2018 (prohibition on smoking) shall apply to the following parts of the area of the Council:

  • Those parts of Rundle Mall depicted in purple on the plan included as Attachment J to the report titled ‘By-law Implementation Report’ on the agenda for the meeting of the Council held on 11 December 2018 (the Plan); and
  • Those parts of the streets and laneways in the vicinity of Rundle Mall depicted in blue on the Plan (namely, the identified portions of James Place, Stephens Place, Gawler Place, Francis Street, Lindes Lane, Charles Street, and Twin Street).

A copy of the Plan is included below for reference purposes.

In accordance with Section 249(5) of the Local Government Act 1999, the Rundle Mall By-law 2018 and the Council’s resolution come into operation on 23 December 2018. Consequently, smoking will continue to be prohibited in the depicted areas from that date onwards. Prior to 23 December 2018, smoking is prohibited in these areas by virtue of Council’s By-law No. 10 – Smoking Control.

Copies of the Rundle Mall By-law 2018 and the Plan are available for inspection at the Colonel Light Centre, 25 Pirie Street, Adelaide SA 5000 during ordinary office hours (8:30am to 5:00pm). Alternatively, they can be accessed on Council’s website:

Dated: 11 December 2018

Mark Goldstone
Chief Executive Officer