Advertising Devices – Proposed Local Law Amendments (Closed)

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COMMUNITY CONSULTATION ON PROPOSED ADVERTISING DEVICES LOCAL LAW Version 2 is now CLOSED

Proposed local law amendments (proposed local law) for advertising devices was first placed on public notification for a period of 7 weeks from 21 June to 9 August 2019.

In response to public submissions, a number of changes are now proposed to:

  • reduce the number of new signs requiring approval to now only include pole, pylon, freestanding and all illuminated signs, with a one off application fee;
  • remove any requirement for an annual approval licence or ongoing annual renewal fees for signage;
  • allow window and wall signs as self-assessable against the relevant criteria;
  • allow one (1) A-frame sandwich board per tenancy;
  • allow one (1) real estate directional sign per auction / open for inspection;
  • increase the individual sign face area up to 6sqm in the Noosaville Industrial zone and Cooroy Industrial Zone; excluding Eumundi Noosa Road and Walter Hay Drive;
  • amend the definition of “tenancy”, “sign face area” and “motor vehicle sign; and
  • make other minor changes where necessary.

The majority of other existing advertising device requirements have not changed.

To know more about the proposed local law, please view information in the document library (to the right of the screen) or visit Council’s public office at 9 Pelican Street, Tewantin, Noosaville Library or Cooroy Library, copies of —

  • Administration (Amendment) Local Law (No.1) 2019; and
  • Administration and Other Subordinate Local Law (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2019 the proposed local law; and
  • a public interest test plan about the possible anti-competitive provisions included in the proposed local law.

Following a second round of public consultation, Council adopted local law amendments for advertising devices at its Ordinary Meeting on 19 December 2019. The local law amendments will commence when the new Noosa Plan takes affect which is expected to be late February 2020.

View the Minutes from Council meeting https://www.noosa.qld.gov.au/downloads/file/1941/2019-12-19-ordinary-meeting-minutes

For further information please refer to Council's Local Laws in Noosa webpage

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION ON PROPOSED ADVERTISING DEVICES LOCAL LAW Version 2 is now CLOSED

Proposed local law amendments (proposed local law) for advertising devices was first placed on public notification for a period of 7 weeks from 21 June to 9 August 2019.

In response to public submissions, a number of changes are now proposed to:

  • reduce the number of new signs requiring approval to now only include pole, pylon, freestanding and all illuminated signs, with a one off application fee;
  • remove any requirement for an annual approval licence or ongoing annual renewal fees for signage;
  • allow window and wall signs as self-assessable against the relevant criteria;
  • allow one (1) A-frame sandwich board per tenancy;
  • allow one (1) real estate directional sign per auction / open for inspection;
  • increase the individual sign face area up to 6sqm in the Noosaville Industrial zone and Cooroy Industrial Zone; excluding Eumundi Noosa Road and Walter Hay Drive;
  • amend the definition of “tenancy”, “sign face area” and “motor vehicle sign; and
  • make other minor changes where necessary.

The majority of other existing advertising device requirements have not changed.

To know more about the proposed local law, please view information in the document library (to the right of the screen) or visit Council’s public office at 9 Pelican Street, Tewantin, Noosaville Library or Cooroy Library, copies of —

  • Administration (Amendment) Local Law (No.1) 2019; and
  • Administration and Other Subordinate Local Law (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2019 the proposed local law; and
  • a public interest test plan about the possible anti-competitive provisions included in the proposed local law.

Following a second round of public consultation, Council adopted local law amendments for advertising devices at its Ordinary Meeting on 19 December 2019. The local law amendments will commence when the new Noosa Plan takes affect which is expected to be late February 2020.

View the Minutes from Council meeting https://www.noosa.qld.gov.au/downloads/file/1941/2019-12-19-ordinary-meeting-minutes

For further information please refer to Council's Local Laws in Noosa webpage