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Encroachment on Property By-law, 2004
- Published in Gauteng Provincial Gazette no. 179 on 21 May 2004
- Commenced on 21 May 2004
- [This is the version of this document from 30 September 2009 and includes any amendments published up to 24 March 2023.]
- [Amended by Public Road, Electronic Communications Networks and Miscellaneous on 30 September 2009]
2. Council permission required
3. Rules for the construction of encroachments
5. Balconies and bay windows
6. Plinths, pilasters, corbels and cornices
7. Verandas around cornersIf a veranda is built around a corner of a public road it must be properly splayed or rounded to follow the curve of the kerb.
8. Pavement openings
9. Maintenance, removal and tenancy of projections
10. Encroachment erected in front of buildingIf any encroachment has been erected or constructed in front of any building, the owner must at his, her or its own expense -
12. Offences and penaltiesAny person who -
13. Repeal of by-lawsThe By-laws listed in Schedule 1 are hereby repealed.
14. Short titleThese By-laws are called the Encroachment on Property By-laws, 2003.
History of this By-law
30 September 2009 this version
21 May 2004Published in Gauteng Provincial Gazette no. 179By-law commences.Read this version
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