Business & local laws

View our local and subordinate local laws. Log into the Local Government Toolbox and find out about legislation changes, permits and licence information. Also find details on busking and activities on Council controlled road or land.

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Local laws and subordinate local laws applicable to our region are available on the Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning local laws database. Register of local & subordinate laws (section 31 Local Government Act 2009): ...
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The Local Government Toolbox provides information on legislation changes, Council documentation and business problems that may have been solved by someone else. Business and community groups can access up-to-date information in a user-friendly online format. ...
Cars for sale It is prohibited to park or stand a vehicle on local government controlled areas and roads bearing a sign or advertisement that the vehicle is offered for sale. Penalties are enforceable and infringement notices may be issued. ...
Making of local laws 1. Toowoomba Regional Council has, by resolution on 21 April 2015, made each of:- Parking (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2014; and Parking Contrary to an Indication on an Official Traffic Sign Regulating Parking by Time or Payment of a Fee (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2014. ...
Council is proud of its Central Business District precincts and open space areas, therefore, is keen for residents and visitors alike to avail themselves of a relaxed shopping/dining/town visit experience within a safe and harmonious environment. Under Subordinate Local Law No.4 (Local Government Controlled Areas, Facilities and Roads) 2011, busking is permitted, subject to public safety/enjoyment requirements. Busking is a musical or theatrical performance undertaken by a person: ...

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