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Council Local Laws
Local Laws for Scenic Rim Regional Council
Council has in place a number of local laws to help protect the health, environment and public amenity of the region. The laws cover a broad range of issues, from dog control to use of public buildings to licensing.
Scenic Rim Regional Council undertook a review of all local laws and subordinate local laws that transitioned from predecessor Councils (ie. Beaudesert Shire Council, Boonah Shire Council and Ipswich City Council). This process included considerable public interest testing and public consultation.
As a result, on 1 July 2011 the following set of local laws and subordinate local laws for Scenic Rim Regional Council area commenced:
Subordinate Local Law no. 1.1 (Alteration or Improvement to Local Government Controlled Areas and Roads) 2011
Subordinate Local Law no. 1.14 (Undertaking Regulated Activities on Local Government Controlled Areas) 2011
Subordinate Local Law no. 1.15 (Carrying Out Works on a Road or Interfering With a Road or its Operation) 2011
Hard copies of the local laws are also available for viewing at Council’s Customer Service Centres.