CONSULTATION NOTICE – PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO SUBORDINATE LOCAL LAW
Proposed Off-Leash Dog Area in Fairways Park, Kensington Grove
Local Government Act 2009
Lockyer Valley Regional Council (Consultation Notice No. 1) 2021
Making of proposed subordinate local laws
Lockyer Valley Regional Council ("Council") has, by resolution dated the 16th day of June 2021, proposed to make Amending Subordinate Local Law No. 1 (Animal Management) 2021.
Subordinate local laws amended
Local laws that authorise the subordinate local laws to be made
Amending Subordinate Local Law No. 1 (Animal Management) 2021 is made pursuant to Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2011.
No possible anti-competitive provisions have been identified in Amending Subordinate Local Law No. 1 (Animal Management) 2021.
Purpose and general effect
The purpose and general effect of Amending Subordinate Local Law No. 1 (Animal Management) 2021 is to amend Subordinate Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2011 to:
- describe a dog off-leash area to be located at Fairways Park, Kensington Grove.
Written submissions by any person in support of, or objecting to, the proposed subordinate local law are invited starting on 21 June 2021 and ending on 12 July 2021 inclusive.
During the consultation period Council will make available for inspection and purchase at Council's public offices at 26 Railway Street, Gatton and 9 Spicer Street, Laidley a copy of the proposed subordinate local law.
These documents will also be available on Council's website: www.lockyervalley.qld.gov.au.
Submissions must be received on or before 5pm on 12 July 2021 stating:
- the grounds of the submission; and
- the facts and circumstances relied on in support of the grounds.
Submissions can be lodged:
- by email to email@example.com
- by mail to PO Box 82, Gatton Qld 4343; and
- in person at Council's offices at 26 Railway Street, Gatton or 9 Spicer Street, Laidley.
Submissions should be clearly marked "Submission – Proposed Subordinate Local Law". If submitting electronically, please include this heading as the email subject line.
Download a PDF copy of the Local Laws Register for more information.