Commercial activities conducted by Council

When we conduct business activity on a commercial basis, we are entitled to charge fees for this activity. However, as we are in the public sector, the commercial activity conducted should not enjoy any net advantage over competitors.

Some examples of commercial activities include off-street parking, quarries, aquatic and sporting facilities, sub-divisional works, or road construction works for domestic dwellings such as driveways.

In particular, parking fees for metered spaces and off-street car parks are set at a level that will not be a disincentive to people who wish to visit the central business district.

Last Updated: Monday, 14 May 2018 11:42