SELECTED ACTIVITIES AND RELEVANT LEGISLATION

Serial no Description Relevant Municipal By-Law

and or National Legislation

Clause
Behavior in Cannon Rocks
1

 

Dumping of garden refuse/grass cutting on vacant stand. Solid Waste Disposal By-Law 16(1)(b)
2 Use of verges for stockpile of building material and rubble Solid Waste Disposal By-Law 16(1)(b)
3 Pets. Prevention of Public Nuisances and Keeping Animals By-Law

Public Amenities By-Law

14,15,16,19 and 20

 

11(2)

4 Maintenance of Property 1.   Integrated Land Use Scheme By-Law

2.   Prevention of Public Nuisances and Keeping Animals By-Law

52

 

3(1)(d),3(1)(e) &

3(1)(k)

5 Use of untreated sewerage (grey) water for garden use.

 

1. Water Supply and Sanitation Services By-Law

2. Storm water Management By-Law.

60 and 62(1)

 

4(1)(a) and (b)

6 Discharge/Use of Fireworks. Explosives Act No 15 of 2003

Public Amenities By-Law

2(1) and 15

12(1)(b)(xxvii)

7 Firearms. Prevention of Public Nuisances and Keeping Animals By-Law

Public Amenities By-Law

3(1)(s)

 

12(1)(b)(xxvi)

8 Parking of Cars/Caravans. Integrated Land Use Scheme By-Law

Public Amenities By-Law

52(1)(c),66(1) & 66(2)

14(2)

Information Brochure: Acquisition, Development and Renovation of Properties
9 Property Boundaries. Recommendation by CRRA: Obtain a Beacon Location Certificate of the property boundary beacons from a registered surveyor.  
10 Development foundations and concreate structures. Recommendation by CRRA:  Obtain civil engineering plans/ documents for the foundation and other concrete structures from a registered civil structural engineer with experience of building close to a coastline.  

 

 

Serial no Description Relevant Municipal By-Law

and or National Legislation

Clause
11

 

11.1

11.2

 

 

11.3

Building Related By-Laws and Regulations.

* Titel Deed Conditions

* Zoning of Property.

* Development Parameters.

 

* General Conditions.

* Site Development Plans.

 

 

Integrated Land Use Scheme By-Law.

 

 

56

23

24,26,27,28 & Schedule 8

56

67

12

 

 

 

12.1

 

12.2

 

 

 

12.3

 

 

 

12.4

Development Parameters (Property Preparation)

 

 

* Development within 100m of the high-water mark.

* Removal or moving of sand or soil of more than 5 cubic meters within 100 meters of high-water mark.

* Clearance of 300 square meters or more of indigenous vegetation within 100 meters of high-water mark.

* Removal/destroy indigenous trees.

 

Note: Confirm with the Municipal Environmental Official regarding endangered vegetation and moving of sand.

National Environmental Management Act 107 of 1998 – Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations.

* Listing Notice 1 of 2014

 

* Listing Notice 1

 

 

 

Listing Notice 3

 

 

 

National Forests Act 84 of 1998

 

 

 

 

 

GN 327, Activities 17

GN 327, Activity 19A

 

 

GN 324 Activity 12

 

 

 

Section 7[1]

Section 15[2]

 

13 Building Plans (approval & time limits). 1.    Integrated Land Use Scheme By-Law.

2.    National Building Regulations and Building Act No 103 of 1977.

3.    Conditions of Building plan once approved.

56 and 67

 

7(4) and 11

 

 

 

Serial no Description Relevant Municipal By-Law

and or National Legislation

Clause
14 Boundary Walls/Fences 1.      National Building Regulation and Building Standard Act, No 103 of 1977

2.      GNR.2378 of 1990: Regulations in terms of section 13 of the Act

 

 

13

Definitions – “minor building work”[3]

 

15 Certificates of occupancy National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act No 103 of 1977 14(1)
16 Use of Verges for Stockpile of Building Material and Rubble. Solid Waste Disposal By-Law 16(1)(b),16(2) & 16(3)
17 Removal of Builder’s Rubble. Solid Waste Disposal By-Law 16(1)(b),16(2) & 16(3)
18 Minimum rainwater storage capacity. Conditions of Building Plan once approved.  
19 Advertising and Hoarding Integrated Land Use Scheme By-Law 62
20

 

20.1

 

20.2

20.3

20.4

20.5

20.6

Advertising.

 

* Contractors/Service Providers.

* Development

* To let/for sale

* On Premises Business Signs

* Security

* Estate Agents

Outdoor Advertising and Signage By-Law 3(1) & (2)

 

3(1) & Schedule 8(3)

 

13(3)

13(4)

13(5)

13(9)

Schedule 12

21

 

21.1

21.2

Removal of boards after sale or completion of activity.

* Development

* To let/for sale

Outdoor Advertising and Signage By-Law  

 

13(3)(a)

13(4)

22 Quantity and Size of Boards Outdoor Advertising and Signage By-Law Schedules 2,3&4
Nature Conservation/Fire Prevention
23 Use of Snares 1.   Public Amenities By-Law

2.   Nature Conservation Ordinance No.  19 of 1974

3.   The Animals Protection Act 71 of 1962 addresses prevention of cruelty to animals.

12(1) (b)(xxv)

29(d)

 

 

2(1)(a), 2(1)(f), 2(1)(q) and 2(1)(r).

24 Possible fire threat and fire breaks. National Veld and Forest Fire Act No 101 of 1998 12(1) and 18(1)(a)

 

[1] Section 7 makes it illegal to destroy indigenous trees in a natural forest without a permit granted by DFFE.  This does include areas of natural forest within towns like Cannon Rocks.

[2] Section 15  makes it illegal to cut, disturb, damage or remove any protected tree (or part thereof) without a permit granted by DFFE.  Both types of Milk woods are protected trees.

[2] “minor building work” as contemplated in sect 13 of the Act means:

  • the erection of any-

(ix)  free-standing wall constructed of masonry, steel, aluminium or timber or any wire fence where such wall or wall or fence does not