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Bunnings stores rates challenge costs Ipswich Council

Bunnings stores rates challenge costs Ipswich Council

by Sonia Smith
Court of Appeal decision demonstrates why local governements should avoid ambiguous or overlapping differential rating categories for retail shops and shopping centres The Queensland Court of Appeal decision in BWP Management Limited & Anor v Ipswich City Council [2020] QCA 104 has expose...

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Court of Appeal clarifies infrastructure charging

Court of Appeal clarifies infrastructure charging

by Clare Heitkonig
Is your local government up-to-date on the pre-requisites for issuing an infrastructure charges notice? The recent Court of Appeal (CoA) decision of Toowoomba Regional Council v Wagner Investments Pty Ltd & Anor [2020] QCA 191 has helped clarify how local governments should approach infra...

Local Council push for more open government limited by privacy laws

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How much do privacy laws and commercial-in-confidence provisions restrict the information Councils can publish about tenders and contracts? Bac...

How Councils can save resources when processing RTI requests relating to planning and development applications and approvals

May 24 2021
The administrative burden of Right to Information requests on QLD Councils may be reduced by first checking and advising RTI applicants what plan...

Bunnings stores rates challenge costs Ipswich Council

May 10 2021
Court of Appeal decision demonstrates why local governements should avoid ambiguous or overlapping differential rating categories for retail shop...
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