Local Law 1 (Administration) 2011 (PDF, 143kB) and Subordinate Local Law 1 (Administration) 2011 (PDF, 339kB) applies across the Fraser Coast region being originally gazetted on 14 February, 2014 and amendments adopted 2 December 2015.
This law provides a legal and procedural framework for the local government to administer, implement and enforce the local laws, subordinate local laws and specified regulatory powers under legislation, and to provide for miscellaneous administrative matters.
Topics covered include:
- Prescribed activities
- Approval requirements for prescribed activities
- Enforcement of the local laws and authorised persons
- Legal proceedings
- Approval and review processes
- Review and repeal processes
- Dealing with abandoned goods and seized or impounded goods
Notice of making interim Local Law No. 1
This notice may be cited as the Fraser Coast Regional Council, Interim Local Law No.1 (Administration) 2019 (PDF) Notice which has been issued pursuant to section 29B of the Local Government Act 2009 (Qld).
Interim Local Law No.1 (Administration) 2019 (the Interim Local Law) commenced on 28 August 2019.
Making of local laws
Fraser Coast Regional Council has, by resolution dated the 28 day of August 2019, made the Interim Local Law.
Upon making the Interim Local Law, the Subordinate Local Law No.1 (Administration) 2011 was amended.
Expiry of the Interim Local Law
The Interim Local Law will expire on 28 February 2020.
Purpose and General Effect of local laws
The purpose of this Interim Local Law is to amend Subordinate Local Law No.1 (Administration) 2011 (the Subordinate Local Law) to correct a number the cross-referring errors which were found in the Subordinate Local Law to ensure that it can operate as Council originally intended.
Copies of the local and subordinate laws can be purchased from Council's administration centres, 77 Tavistock Street, Torquay or 211-213 Adelaide Street, Maryborough.
Last updated 29/08/2019