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					COUNCIL OF THE SHIRE OF BEAUDESERT




 SUBORDINATE LOCAL LAW NO. 7.4

        (ADVERTISEMENT)

CONSOLIDATED AS AT 13 SEPTEMBER 2000
                      ANNOTATIONS

Original Local Law
Local Law No. 7 (Licensing)
        date of gazettal 25 June 1999

Amending Local Laws
Amending Local Law No. 1 (Miscellaneous Local Laws) 2000
       date of gazettal 30 June 2000

Original Subordinate Local Laws
Local Law Policy No. 7.1 (Animal Keeping)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.2 (Camping Grounds and Caravan Parks)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.3 (Rental Accommodation)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.4 (Advertisement)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.5 (Animal Vending)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.6 (Extractive Industry)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.7 (Domestic Water Distribution)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.8 (Itinerant Vending)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.9 (Stalls)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.10 (On-site Sewerage Facility)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.11 (Temporary Events)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.12 (Temporary Accommodation)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.13 (Film Production)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.14 (Home Based Business)
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        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Local Law Policy No. 7.15 (Blasting Operations)
        date of public notice 28 June 1999

Amending Subordinate Local Laws
Amending Subordinate Local Law No. 1 (Miscellaneous Subordinate
Local Laws) 2000
        date of public notice 13 September 2000
PUBLIC NOTICE
                      CERTIFICATION

It is hereby certified that this is a true and correct copy of Subordinate
Local Law No. 7.4 (Advertisement) made, in accordance with the
Local Government Act 1993, by the Council of the Shire of
Beaudesert.

G.W. Day
Chief Executive Officer
          COUNCIL OF THE SHIRE OF BEAUDESERT
                  SUBORDINATE LOCAL LAW NO. 7.4
                                (ADVERTISEMENT)
                         SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS


                              PART 1 - PRELIMINARY
1   Citation
2   Objects
3   Definitions


                                PART 2 - LICENSING
4   Application for a licence
5   Grant of a licence
6   Conditions of a licence
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                   COUNCIL OF THE SHIRE OF BEAUDESERT

             SUBORDINATE LOCAL LAW NO. 7.4 (ADVERTISEMENT)



                 This subordinate local law is to be read with Local Law No. 7 (Licensing)

                                  Made by Council Resolution 22/06/99




                                      PART 1 - PRELIMINARY

Citation

1          This subordinate local law may be cited as Subordinate Local Law No. 7.4
           (Advertisement).

Objects

2          The object of this subordinate local law is to assist in the implementation of Local Law No
           7 (Licensing) by ensuring the advertisements:

           (a)       are constructed and maintained to essential standards of public safety; and

           (b)       complement or, at least, do not unreasonably detract from, desirable
                     characteristics of the natural and built environment in which the advertisements
                     are exhibited.

Definitions

3          In this subordinate local law:

           “development approval” has the meaning given in the Integrated Planning Act 1997.

           “exhibit” includes in relation to a sign the painting, writing, drawing, depiction, making,
           erection, affixing, putting up, operation, or transport of a sign.
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        “planning scheme policy” has the meaning given in the Integrated Planning Act 1997.

        “public place” means:

        (a)      a road; or

        (b)      trust land; or

        (c)      a reserve; or

        (d)      premises of which the local government is the owner or occupier.

        “reserve” has the meaning given in Local Law No 8 (Parks and Reserves).

        “trust land” means land dedicated as a reserve or granted in trust under the Land Act 1994
        and for which the local government is the trustee under the Land Act 1994.




                                     PART 2 - LICENSING

Application for a license

4       For the purposes of section 6(1)(c)(iv) (Application for a licence) of Local Law No 7
        (Licensing), an application for a licence for an advertisement must (unless otherwise
        required by the local government) be accompanied by:

        (a)      the name, address and telephone number of the person exhibiting the
                 advertisement; and

        (b)      the trading name and address of the business under which the advertisement is to
                 be exhibited; and

        (c)      the registration number of any motor vehicle used in the exhibition of the
                 advertisement; and

        (d)      full details of the advertisement including its content, design, dimensions and
                 construction; and

        (e)      full details of when, where and how the advertisement is to be exhibited.
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Grant of a licence

5       For the purposes of section 7(1)(f) (Grant of a licence) of Local Law No 7 (Licensing), the
        local government may grant a licence for the exhibition of an advertisement if satisfied
        that:

        (a)     the operation of the advertisement can be lawfully conducted on the premises;
                and

        (b)     the advertisement is structurally sound; and

        (c)     the exhibition of the advertisement will cause no significant obstruction of or
                distraction to, vehicular or pedestrian traffic; and

        (d)     the exhibition of the advertisement is consistent with applicable environmental
                standards; and

        (e)     the dimensions of the advertisement bear a reasonable relationship to the
                dimensions of surrounding buildings and allotments so that:

                (i)       its presence is not unduly dominating or oppressive; and

                (ii)      it does not unreasonably obstruct existing views; and

        (f)     the advertisement is consistent, in colour and appearance, with buildings and
                natural features of the environment in which it is to be situated; and

        (g)     the advertisement is in other respects consistent with the character and values of
                the environment in which it is to be situated; and

        (h)     the advertisement has been constructed in accordance with the planning scheme
                and any relevant development approval.

Conditions of a licence

6       For the purposes of section 9(3) (Conditions of a licence) of Local Law No 7 (Licensing),
        the local government may impose all or any of the following conditions on a licence for an
        advertisement:
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       (a)    The advertisement must be constructed out of materials approved by the local
              government.

       (b)    The advertisement must comply with:

              (i)        any relevant development approval; and

              (ii)       the provisions of the planning scheme and any relevant planning scheme
                         policy.

       (c)    The advertisement must be kept in good order and repair.

       (d)    The advertisement must not cause a nuisance under Local Law No 9 (Public
              Health).

       (e)    The advertisement must be positioned on the premises so as not to result in a loss
              of amenity in the neighbourhood.

       (f)    The advertisement must be positioned on the premises so as not to constitute a
              risk to road safety.

       (g)    The advertisement must not be exhibited on a public place.

				
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