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Below is a list of current Public Notices of the Lockyer Valley Regional Council.

 (Note: if there are no current Public Notices the list will be blank.)




Residents invited to give feedback on flood management measures

Lockyer Valley Regional Council is reaching out to the community for feedback on how to decrease the impacts of flooding in the region as part of the Lockyer Creek Flood Risk Management Study.

Council and the study team will hold a third round of community meetings for residents, to be held on:

1)       Withcott CWA Hall: 3 September 2012

2)       Lockyer Valley Cultural Centre (Lake Apex) Gatton: 6 September 2012

3)       Laidley Cultural Centre: 10 September 2012

4)       Murphys Creek Community Centre: 17 September 2012

5)        Green Pastures Lutheran Church, Brightview: 20 September 2012

All sessions will start from 6pm. For more information, or to register your interest in attending these meetings, contact Lockyer Valley Regional Council on 1300 005 872.  

 

 

Grantham Land Swap

Register your interest: ongoing Land Swap Program

Lockyer Valley Regional Council invites flood affected landholders throughout the Lockyer Valley who are interested and may be eligible to enter the next phase of the Land Swap Program to register their Expression of Interest with Council. An ‘Expression of Interest’ form can be found at Council offices in Gatton and Laidley, as well as at the Grantham CRRIC in Victor Street and here.

Who is eligible for the land swap?

Lockyer Valley residents who were devastated by the January 2011 floods will be eligible to apply for a land swap. To qualify, owners will have experienced the following:

  • complete destruction of their house; and/or
  • the remains of their houses are deemed unsafe/uninhabitable/not fit for habitation and only suitable for demolition; and/or
  • the property value of the affected house is assumed to have been destroyed and the house to be unsalable as a dwelling fit for habitation; and/or
  • homes and land were located in the area identified in Map A of the Grantham Relocation Policy document.

For further information contact Project Coordinator Narelle Poole on 1300 005 872 or email npoole@lvrc.qld.gov.au

 

 

 

Wild Dog Baiting Program

 Lockyer Valley Regional Council is conducting a wild dog-baiting program throughout the region in an effort to control the wild dog problem.

This will be conducted on Wednesday 20 June 2012 at the Gatton saleyards, Saleyard Road Gatton (9.00am -  11am). 

To qualify the following criteria applies:                                     

  • Your property must be greater than 40 hectares (100 acres).
  • You must be more than 5km from the nearest town.
  • You cannot lay baits within 1km of a dwelling without written consent.
  • Must give 72 hours notice to all adjoining neighbours (including across roadways) for intention of laying baits.
  • An authority to sign form is required if obtaining baits for another person.
  • You must supply your rates notice.
  • Baits are to be retrieved within 7 days and destroyed.
  • Random audits may be conducted to monitor compliance with requirements.

Council will supply meat for baits at no cost.  In order to obtain free baits, participants must notify Council of the number of baits they require 12 noon Monday 11 June 2012.  Orders for baits will not be taken after this date.

Further information about the requirements of the program may can be obtained by contacting Council on 1300 00 5872

 

Thistlethwaite Bridge

THISTLETHWAITE BRIDGE

Grantham Winwill Road, Grantham

LOAD LIMIT RESTRICTION TO 30 TONNE AND REDUCTION TO SINGLE LANE

Council advises that effective immediately, Thistlethwaite Bridge has been reduced to single lane access and restricted to a maximum load limit of 30 tonne.

Alternate access will be via Gatton Clifton Road & Grantham Winwill Road for any vehicles with a load of 30 tonnes or more.

Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.

Any enquires may be directed to:

Council’s Infrastructure Services Group on (07) 5462 0616.

 

Lockyer Valley Regional Council (Making of Local Law) Notice (No. 1) 2011

Local Government Act 2009

Lockyer Valley Regional Council (Making of Local Law) Notice (No. 1) 2011

Title

  1. This notice may be cited as Lockyer Valley Regional Council (Making of Local Law) Notice (No. 1) 2011.

Commencement

  1. This notice commences on 1 January 2012.

Making of local laws

  1. Lockyer Valley Regional Council (the “Council”) has, by resolution dated the 21st day of December 2011, made—

(a)                each local law identified in schedule 1, column 1; and

(b)                each subordinate local law identified in schedule 1, column 2.

Model local laws adopted

  1. Each of the following local laws made by Council is an adopted model local law— 

(a)                Model Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2010, to be known as Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2011; 

(b)                Model Local Law No. 3 (Community and Environmental Management) 2010, to be known as Local Law No. 3 (Community and Environmental Management) 2011;

(c)                Model Local Law No. 5 (Parking) 2010, to be known as Local Law No. 5 (Parking) 2011.

Local law that authorises a subordinate law to be made

  1. The local law which authorises each subordinate local law identified in schedule 1, column 2 to be made is identified in the corresponding part of schedule 1, column 3.

Purpose and general effect

  1. The purpose and general effect of each local law identified in schedule 1, column 1, and each subordinate local law identified in schedule 1, column 2, is identified in the corresponding part of schedule 1, column 4.

Local laws that contain an anti-competitive provision

  1. If a local law identified in schedule 1, column 1, or a subordinate local law identified in schedule 1, column 2, contains an anti-competitive provision, that fact is identified in the corresponding part of schedule 1, column 5.

Inspection

  1. A copy of each local law identified in schedule 1, column 1, and each subordinate local law identified in schedule 1, column 2, may be—

(a)                inspected and purchased at Council’s public office at 26 Railway Street, Gatton; and

(b)                inspected at the State office of the Department of Local Government and Planning at 63 George Street, Brisbane.

 

Lockyer Valley Regional Council (Making of Local Law) Notice (No. 1) 2011 Schedule