Qld Councils: Are your policies up-to-date?

Posted by Sonia Smith on 1 March 2021
Qld Councils: Are your policies up-to-date?
A code of conduct for councillors and a new procedure for s...
Posted in:Local GovernmentCouncilPolicyCode of Conduct  

Changes to the process of selling land for overdue rates and charges recently introduced

Posted by Clare Heitkonig on 1 December 2020
Changes to the process of selling land for overdue rates and charges recently introduced
Local governments who wish to sell land for overdue rates a...
Posted in:Local GovernmentRatingChargesRates RecoveryCouncil  

Motorbikes on reserve tenure land

Posted by James Neilson on 19 November 2020
Motorbikes on reserve tenure land
How may a Council prevent individuals from undertaking anti...
Posted in:Local GovernmentkingandcompanyCouncilSummary Offences Act  

Court of Appeal clarifies infrastructure charging

Posted by Clare Heitkonig on 20 October 2020
Court of Appeal clarifies infrastructure charging
Is your local government up-to-date on the pre-requisites f...
Posted in:Local GovernmentCourt of AppealChargesPlanning & Environment  

Red tape relaxation...for a while anyway

Posted by Kristie Taylor on 12 August 2020
Red tape relaxation...for a while anyway
New Planning Regulation eases red tape on developers and lo...
Posted in:Local GovernmentkingandcompanyPlanning & EnvironmentDevelopment ApprovalLegislation  
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