Jetties and Boat Ramps HARDCOPY

Consultation has concluded

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Proposed Council Property (Amendment) Local Law (No.1) 2019 and
Jetties and Boat Ramps (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No.1) 2019

The City of Gold Coast is responsible for ensuring public jetties and boat ramps can be effectively used by both the general community and commercial operators.

To understand the purpose and general effect of the proposed local law and the proposed subordinate local law please review the Proposed Local Law Amendments Fact Sheet and the additional relevant documents in the 'Important Documents' listed to the right on this page.

For further information on the proposed law amendments, review the following documents:

Council Property (Amendment) Local Law (No. 1) 2019 (the proposed local law)

Jetties and Boat Ramps (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2019 (the proposed subordinate local law)

Consolidated 2019 version of Local Law No 7 (Council Property) 2008 (with the proposed local law amendments highlighted and “tracked”)

Consolidated 2019 version of Subordinate Local Law No 7.1 (Jetties and Boat Ramps) 2008 (with the proposed subordinate local law amendments highlighted and “tracked”)

Consultation Notification

Copy of the List of Likely Anti-competitive Provisions

Copy of the Public Interest Test Plan

To have your say about the proposed amendments:

• Complete the Downloadable Submission Form (Word) or (PDF) which can be:

• scanned and emailed to LocalLawReviewAdminSupport@goldcoast.qld.gov.au,

• posted to Chief Executive Officer, City of Gold Coast, PO Box 5042 GCMC QLD 9726

• Delivered in person to a Customer Service Centre at:

o Nerang – 833 Southport Nerang Road, Nerang

o Bundall – 8 Karp Court, Bundall

Hard copies of Submission Forms and associated documents are also available at City of Gold Coast Customer Service Centres at the above locations.

Community engagement runs until 5:00 pm Monday 19 August 2019. We look forward to receiving your submission.

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Proposed Council Property (Amendment) Local Law (No.1) 2019 and
Jetties and Boat Ramps (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No.1) 2019

The City of Gold Coast is responsible for ensuring public jetties and boat ramps can be effectively used by both the general community and commercial operators.

To understand the purpose and general effect of the proposed local law and the proposed subordinate local law please review the Proposed Local Law Amendments Fact Sheet and the additional relevant documents in the 'Important Documents' listed to the right on this page.

For further information on the proposed law amendments, review the following documents:

Council Property (Amendment) Local Law (No. 1) 2019 (the proposed local law)

Jetties and Boat Ramps (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2019 (the proposed subordinate local law)

Consolidated 2019 version of Local Law No 7 (Council Property) 2008 (with the proposed local law amendments highlighted and “tracked”)

Consolidated 2019 version of Subordinate Local Law No 7.1 (Jetties and Boat Ramps) 2008 (with the proposed subordinate local law amendments highlighted and “tracked”)

Consultation Notification

Copy of the List of Likely Anti-competitive Provisions

Copy of the Public Interest Test Plan

To have your say about the proposed amendments:

• Complete the Downloadable Submission Form (Word) or (PDF) which can be:

• scanned and emailed to LocalLawReviewAdminSupport@goldcoast.qld.gov.au,

• posted to Chief Executive Officer, City of Gold Coast, PO Box 5042 GCMC QLD 9726

• Delivered in person to a Customer Service Centre at:

o Nerang – 833 Southport Nerang Road, Nerang

o Bundall – 8 Karp Court, Bundall

Hard copies of Submission Forms and associated documents are also available at City of Gold Coast Customer Service Centres at the above locations.

Community engagement runs until 5:00 pm Monday 19 August 2019. We look forward to receiving your submission.

Information Privacy