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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BILL 2012-FULL REPORT PDF DOC

March 15th, 2013

QLD ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BILL 2012

This is a must read document of 245 pages..

http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/Bills/54PDF/2012/EconDevB12.pdf

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Comment below by my friend Ed on reading the act

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‘5 Act binds all persons
(1) This Act binds all persons, including the State and, to the
extent the legislative power of the Parliament permits, the
Commonwealth and the other States.
(2) Nothing in this Act makes the State liable to be prosecuted for an offence.

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SOME GREAT STATE QLD GOVERNMENT LEGISLATION UNDER VARIOUS ACTS

March 15th, 2013

 THESE GOV ACTS MAY BE USEFUL TO SOME PEOPLE-BROWSE THROUGH & SEE

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Adobe Acrobat (PDF) 1. Sustainable Planning Regulation 2009 (Outline | Text only)
200 Part 3 Prescribed matters for IDAS 9 Assessable development, self-assessable development and type …of assessment—Act, s 232 10 Development that can not be declared to be development …placing public notices on land—Act, s 297 17 Development for which particular applications require
http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/S/SustPlanR091.pdf
Adobe Acrobat (PDF) 2. State Development and Public Works Organisation (State Development Areas) Regulation 2009 (Outline | Text only)
Title: State Development and Public Works Organisation (State Development Areas) …title 2 References to plans Part 2 Gladstone State Development Area 3 Declaration of Gladstone …State Development Area Part 3 Townsville State Development Area
http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/S/StateDevSDAR09.pdf
Adobe Acrobat (PDF) 3. Sustainable Planning Act 2009 (Outline | Text only)
purpose includes Part 3 Interpretation 6 Definitions 7 Meaning of development 8 Meaning of ecological sustainability …on request 97 Notice of decision 98 When development under superseded planning scheme must …start 99 When development application (superseded planning scheme) can be made
http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/S/SustPlanA09.pdf
Adobe Acrobat (PDF) 4. Sustainable Planning Regulation 2009 (Outline | Text only)
200 Part 3 Prescribed matters for IDAS 9 Assessable development, self-assessable development and type …of assessment—Act, s 232 10 Development that can not be declared to be development …placing public notices on land—Act, s 297 17 Development for which particular applications require
http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/S/SustPlanR09.pdf
Adobe Acrobat (PDF) 5. Geothermal Energy Act 2010 (Outline | Text only)
a geothermal permit 25 What is a development plan for a geothermal lease …about refusal 85 When refusal takes effect Part 3 Development plans 86 Function and purpose …div 5 96 Geothermal lease taken to have development plan until decision on whether
http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/G/GeoEnA10.pdf
Adobe Acrobat (PDF) 6. Economic Development Act 2012 (Outline | Text only)
Title: Economic Development Act 2012 …xmp:dc:title: Economic Development Act 2012 …Definitions 7 Application of provisions Chapter 2 Minister for Economic Development Queensland Part 1 Establishment 8
http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/E/EconDevA12.pdf
Adobe Acrobat (PDF) 7. Building Act 1975 (Outline | Text only)
building work 6 What is a building development application 7 What is building …the assessment manager for a building development application 12 What is the …or BCA) 13 What is the Queensland Development Code (or QDC)
http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/B/BuildA75.pdf
Adobe Acrobat (PDF) 8. Vegetation Management Act 1999 (Outline | Text only)
Commercial timber on State land 22DE Development not for a relevant purpose …Modifying Planning Act effect on changing development approval 22K Modifying Planning Act …inspection and purchase 70A Application of development approvals and exemptions for Forestry
http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/V/VegetManA99.pdf
Adobe Acrobat (PDF) 9. Mineral Resources Act 1989 (Outline | Text only)
application for mining lease or mineral development licence 149 Correction of instrument …exploration permit upon grant of mineral development licence or mining lease 178 …mineral does not vest property Part 6 Mineral development licences
http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/M/MineralReA89.pdf
Adobe Acrobat (PDF) 10. Economic Development Regulation 2013 (Outline | Text only)
Title: Economic Development Regulation 2013 …xmp:dc:title: Economic Development Regulation 2013 …Preliminary 1 Short title 2 Commencement Part 2 Priority development areas 3 Transitioned UDAs and declaration
http://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/E/EconDevR13.pdf
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HOW DO THE PROPOSED TOWN PLAN ZONE CHANGES EFFECT YOUR BUSINESS

March 15th, 2013

Read these council pdf docs to get a clearer picture.

Part 6 – Zones that may effect what you can & cannot do

Proposed new Fraser Coast town plan

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6.00 – Contents of Part 6.pdf 20.7k
6.01 – Preliminary.pdf 12.7k
6.2.01 – Low density residential zone code.pdf 17.0k
6.2.02 – Medium density residential zone code.pdf 17.0k
6.2.03 – High density residential zone code.pdf 20.8k
6.2.04 – Principal centre zone code.pdf 17.5k
6.2.05 – District centre zone code.pdf 20.1k
6.2.06 – Local centre zone code.pdf 17.2k
6.2.07 – Neighbourhood centre zone code.pdf 15.0k
6.2.08 – Low impact industry zone code.pdf 16.6k
6.2.09 – Medium impact industry zone code.pdf 16.0k
6.2.10 – High impact industry zone code.pdf 15.8k
6.2.11 – Waterfront and marine industry zone code.pdf 16.4k
6.2.12 – Sport and recreation zone code.pdf 15.0k
6.2.13 – Open space zone code.pdf 14.3k
6.2.14 – Environmental management and conservation zone code.pdf 14.1k
6.2.15 – Community facilities zone code.pdf 16.3k
6.2.16 – Emerging community zone code.pdf 19.6k
6.2.17 Limited development (constrained land) zone code.pdf 15.5k
6.2.18 – Mixed use zone code.pdf 19.5k
6.2.19 – Rural zone code.pdf 16.6k
6.2.20 – Rural residential zone code.pdf 14.4k
6.2.21 – Specialised centre zone code.pdf 14.9k
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FRASER COAST STATE MEMBER ELECTIONS CANDIDATES TO FRONT UP FOR A ‘MEET THE CANDIDATES’ EVENT AT BURRUM

March 14th, 2012

THE FRASER COAST STATE ELECTIONS ARE TO BE HELD SOON, SO COME AND HEAR WHAT THE CANDIDATES HAVE TO SAY ABOUT WHAT THEY OFFER THIS COMMUNITY

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FRASER COAST COUNCIL NOW HAS A FAST TRACK DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION SYSTEM. INVITATION…

March 13th, 2012

You are invited to the launch of Council’s latest development initiative – Expressway.

Council has established a range of fast track measures which will significantly reduce timeframes for the assessment of applications.

It is estimated approximately 70 percent of all development applications will be processed through one of the Expressway initiatives.

To find out about the key components of Expressway come along to the launch to be held on

Thursday 22 March 2012   

at 3.45pm (for a 4.00pm start)   

in the Executive Suite / Seminar Room at the USQ Campus in Old Maryborough Road, Pialba. 

Light refreshments will be available after the presentation and Council staff will be available to answer any questions you may have regarding Expressway.

Please RSVP to community.development@frasercoast.qld.gov.au by Friday 16 March, 2012.

 

Michelle Knapp
Executive Assistant | Community and Development | Fraser Coast Regional Council | Hervey Bay Office
77 Tavistock Street TORQUAY | PO Box 1943 HERVEY BAY  QLD  4655
Telephone:  (07) 4197 4346 | Facsimile:  (07) 4197 4455
Email:  michelle.knapp@frasercoast.qld.gov.au
Web:  www.frasercoast.qld.gov.au

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FRASER COAST JOB & BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FUNDED BY $100,000

March 4th, 2012

Representatives from the Hervey Bay Chamber of Commerce Executive currently sits on the Fraser Coast Opportunities working group.
The Chamber is delighted to forward you their latest information.
CLICK HERE for more details.

$150K Injection for Fraser Coast Opportunities

Also in this issue:
Alliance Airlines to fly out of Hervey Bay
Survey results are in!
DA ExpressWay
Sports, Recreation and Events Precinct
Friendly Fraser Coast
Sponsorship opportunities for Fraser Coast events
Ergon Energy Sense Workshops
Fraser Coast major projects
Business Profile: Secretary.com.au
Current opportunities for tender
Profile your business

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QUEENSLAND STRATA TITLED PROPERTY INSURANCE HAS SKYROCKETED & GOVERNMENT TO INVESTIGATE

January 9th, 2012


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Monday 9 January 2012

Affordability of residential strata title insurance an urgent issue

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The affordability of residential strata title insurance is an urgent issue across Australia and may threaten the viability of unit ownership, particularly in Far North Queensland. The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs is investigating the issue and is calling for submissions addressing the inquiry’s terms of reference by Monday, 16 January 2012.  The Committee will also be holding public hearings in Port Douglas, Cairns, Townsville and Mackay at the end of the month.

The Chair of the Committee, Mr Graham Perrett MP, is concerned by reports from body corporate residents of insurance premium increases of up to 400 percent during 2011. Mr Perrett said “the rate of strata title insurance premium increases in northern Queensland since Cyclone Yasi has been absolutely staggering and people are concerned whether these increases will be sustained.”

Mr Perrett added, “The cost of insuring properties in body corporates is rapidly becoming prohibitive, particularly for residents on pensions and fixed incomes. We have to be concerned about the financial and social impacts for residents and property investors, as well as the flow-on effects for the regional economies of Far North Queensland. This is a very serious issue that warrants further investigation”.

The Committee is investigating the magnitude and causes of strata insurance pricing, whether there is a market failure in the insurance market for residential strata properties, and whether the nature of body corporate arrangements are contributing to affordability issues. The Committee will assess whether it is justifiable for the government to intervene to address the affordability and accessibility of insurance in the residential strata title market.

For the full terms of reference, please visit the Committee’s website at http://www.aph.gov.au/house/committee/spla/strata/index.htm or contact the Secretariat on spla.reps@aph.gov.au or 02 6277 2358. Information about making submissions can be found at http://www.aph.gov.au/house/committee/documnts/howsub.htm

Details of the public hearings are as follows:

Monday 30 January 2012, 9am-12pm, Port Douglas Community Hall, Mowbray St, Port Douglas

Monday 30 January 2012, 2:30pm-5:30 pm, Sebel Hotel, 17 Abbott St, Cairns

Wednesday 1 February 2012, 9am-3pm, Reef HQ, 2 – 68 Flinders St, Townsville with videconferencing available to Mackay from 1pm-3pm, Central Queensland University, 6/G.03 Boundary Rd, Planlands, Mackay.

People who are interested in speaking to the Committee at these hearings should contact the secretariat on (02) 6277 2358 or spla.reps@aph.gov.au

Note: The Committee cannot investigate or make rulings on particular insurance claims.

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FRASER COAST LIBRARY FUNCTION INVITATION TO ATTEND

November 21st, 2011

You are cordially invited to attend a brief information session, morning tea and launch of 10,000 steps @ Fraser Coast Libraries.

Where: Hervey Bay Library
Date:    Wednesday, 23 November
Time:    10am
RSVP:  Tuesday, 22 November (tomorrow)
lou.collings@frasercoast.qld.gov.au or 4197 4239

Download full details here.

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DEEDI GOV DEPT TO HOLD BUSINESS SUCCESS WORKSHOPS IN THE FRASER COAST

August 25th, 2011

Uncover essentials for success

The Essentials for Business Success will be revealed at a comprehensive activity-based workshop series being run by the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation.

The workshops will be held at Mantra Hervey Bay in Buccaneer Drive, Urangan, from 2pm to 5pm on:

  • 30 August
  • 20 September
  • 11 October
  • 8 November
  • 22 November and
  • 13 December.

The cost is $44 per person per workshop and topics include:

  • Planning Your Successful Business;
  • Financial Management: Back to Basics; and
  • Retaining Your Profitable Customers.

More Information:
Contact the Maryborough Service Centre of the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation on:
phone:  4121 1780
email: maryborough@deedi.qld.gov.au

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DEPT OF EMPLOYMENT QLD TO RUN WORKSHOP VIA DEEDI

August 24th, 2011

Essential Business Workshops
DEEDI – starting 30 August

The Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation invites you to take part in a comprehensive activity-based workshop series. Essentials for business success is made up of the following seminars and workshops which build on each other and are designed to provide you with further information, strategies and practical examples as you move through the series.

CLICK HERE to download all the workshop details (including dates)

The first workshop is next Tuesday – there are limited numbers and you need to RSVP by Thursday!

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