A planning scheme is a legal document prepared by a local council to regulate the use and development of land.
On 16 December 2020, Council resolved to adopt Administrative Amendment 4 into the South Burnett Regional Council 2017. These amendments are reflected in the South Burnett Regional Council 2017 – Version 1.4 and commenced on 4 January 2021.
The purpose and general effect of the amendment is to amend, formatting, grammatical, spelling and mapping errors and corrects cross-references to planning scheme.
A full list of amendments made under the Administrative Amendment 4 is available here.
A consolidated version of the South Burnett Regional Council 2017 (Version 1.4), including the administrative amendment can be viewed online here.
Notice is given under section 68E of the Planning Regulation 2017 that on 24 February 2021, South Burnett Regional Council adopted an economic support instrument.
The South Burnett Regional Council economic support instrument was first published on the South Burnett Regional Council website on 1 March 2021 and has effect from that date. The economic support instrument was due to expire on the 17 September 2021. However, a second amendment was made by the Queensland Government to extend the expiry date of the economic support instrument provisions by 12 months until 17 September 2022.
The South Burnett Regional Council economic support instrument will now cease to have effect on 17 September 2022, unless earlier revoked.
The South Burnett Regional Council economic support instrument is available for inspection and purchase at South Burnett Regional Council customer service centre and can be viewed here.
For further information in relation to the South Burnett Regional Council economic support instrument, please contact Council on 4189 9100 or via email email@example.com