Burning Off (Incinerators, Fires and BBQs)

The City of Stonnington General Local Law 2018 (No.1)  

147.            Incinerators and Fires

     (3)             A person must not set alight or allow any Fire to remain alight on land or in the open air without a Permit.

     (4)             Sub-clause (1) does not apply if:

         (a)  that person is a person authorised by a Public Body engaged in fire protection measures for or on behalf of that Public Body; or

          (b)  the Fire is in a Barbecue.

     (5)             An owner, occupier or person in charge of land must not allow a Barbecue to discharge ash or smoke that is dangerous to health or offensive to any                          other person.

Barbecue (BBQ)

An owner, occupier or person in charge of land must not allow a Barbecue to discharge ashes or smoke to the extent that the discharged ashes or smoke is dangerous to the health or offensive to any other person.

Chimneys

The owner and occupier of any land must not knowingly allow or suffer smoke to be emitted from a Chimney that is a nuisance.