Policy is a statement of strategic intent; it provides Council with a structured framework for consistent and transparent decision-making and actions. Policy demonstrates to the community the position and intent Council will take with regard to an issue identified in the Corporate Plan.
Council Policies are made by resolution of Council and appear on the website for general public viewing. It is a policy statement made at the highest level and assists in the achievement of the Corporate Plan’s objectives. It is generally outwardly focused and will have a direct impact on the community.
Please note: some policies only apply to certain districts. Where this is the case the relevant district is specified.
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Amenity & Aesthetics - Impact of Proposed Building Work
To identify forms of building work that Council considers may have an extremely adverse effect on the amenity or character of the locality in which the work is proposed to be carried out.
Security for Building Work
To ensure sufficient security is
retained by Council for the completion of building work in relation to a nominated
building or structure.
Art Collection Management, Acquisitions and Exhibitions Policy
To establish a framework for the management of Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Art Collection and Exhibition programs.
Community Banner Poles
To provide opportunities for community organisations and units of Council to advertise community events and sporting activities which promote a healthy and active lifestyle.
Establish a framework to guide Council's community engagement processes and activities
The objective of this policy is to ensure that financial assistance delivered through Council’s Community Grants Program is transparent, equitable, inclusive, compliant with all relevant legislative requirements, and consistent with the principles that underpin the Moreton Bay Regional Council Corporate Plan.
Community Leasing Policy
ensure the equitable and appropriate allocation of tenure over Council owned or
controlled land and facilities to community organisations, for conducting
activities that benefit the community, whilst recognising the importance of the
role played by these organisations.
In-Kind Support to Community Groups
To provide guidelines for assistance to community groups and to establish the basis on which in-kind support will be provided to community groups; and the scope of in-kind support that Council is prepared to provide to community groups.
Mayor’s Regional and Councillors’ Community Support Fund
The objective of this policy is to actively support community organisations to make a positive contribution to community wellbeing and the cultural life of the region by recognising and supporting initiatives that respond to community need.
Multicultural [Redcliffe district]
The purpose of the Redcliffe Multicultural policy is to ensure that the Council’s operations are sensitive to the needs of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and to promote the principles of respect, shared responsibility, equal opportunity, access and celebration as they relate to multiculturalism in Redcliffe.
Museum Collection Management, Acquisition and Exhibitions Policy
To establish a framework for the management of Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Museum Collection and Exhibition Programs.
Remission: Development Fees and Infrastructure Charges
Support to non-profit community organisations and charitable groups who provide a valuable service to the community, through a remission of fees and charges associated with the cost of development undertaken for the organisation and its core activities.
Volunteers of Council
To guide the recruitment and management of those volunteers undertaking a role on behalf of Moreton Bay Regional Council and to make the volunteering experience a valuable and rewarding one for all.
Young People in the Library [Pine Rivers district]
The objective of this policy is to provide an outline of the Library Service’s duty of care to, and the discipline, supervision and safety of, young people visiting Pine Rivers Shire Council Library Services and an outline of parental or guardian responsibilities for young people using the Library Service.
Moreton Bay Rail Residential Parking Permit System (Trial)
The objective of this policy is to establish an administrative framework for the Moreton Bay Rail Residential Parking Permit trial.
Noise Attenuation on Residential Land [Pine Rivers district]
This policy aims to provide information to registered proprietors of residential lots about traffic noise levels.
To provide a consistent standard for the use of pesticides by the Moreton Bay Regional Council in its operations.
Cemeteries - Region Wide
Set down guidelines defining relevant criteria for the management and administration of Council owned cemeteries.
To provide leadership and work in partnership with the community to raise awareness of climate change and better manage local greenhouse gas emissions.
Contributions for Implementing Stabilisation and Environmental Measures to Drainage Features - Kingfisher Creek Catchment [Pine Rivers district]
This policy aims to implement stabilisation and environmental measures to drainage features in the Kingfisher Creek catchment.
To address the Draft South East Queensland Koala Conservation State Planning Policy.
Pine Rivers Reforestation Projects [Pine Rivers district]
This policy outlines how Council will endeavour to provide practical support to community initiated tree planting projects on Council owned or controlled land.
To consolidate Council’s strategic commitment to sustainability in the region and to ensure sustainability is embedded into day to day decision making. We will achieve this by continually improving our performance and working with others to improve performance in the wider community.
Trees in Anzac Avenue, Kallangur [Pine Rivers district]
It is Council’s policy to maintain the original intent of ANZAC Avenue as a tree lined memorial avenue.
Vegetation Management on Reserves [Redcliffe district]
This policy has been developed to provide a framework for appropriate plantings on public road reserves and foreshore reserves, their proper maintenance and the removal of trees, shrubs and garden beds on these areas within Redcliffe City.
Allocation of Divisional Funds to Capital Works
Establish a protocol for the allocation of Divisional Funds to Capital Works
(1) To document the types of insurance to be maintained by the Council (2) To specify the insurance policies to be obtained by suppliers of goods or services wishing to undertake business with the Council, or parties wishing to use Council land or assets.
Debt Policy - 2015/16
To provide Council with a debt management framework based on sound financial management, to undertake borrowings to fund capital expenditure.
Donations in-lieu of Rates and Charges Levied by Council and Unitywater
objective of this policy is to provide an equitable and transparent framework
for the provision of Council donations to eligible community organisations in-lieu
of rates and charges levied by Council and Unitywater.
Infrastructure Asset Management
To ensure all infrastructure assets are managed and maintained to provide services for the community in our region, in a safe and sustainable manner through a whole of Council approach.
To provide Council with an investment framework aimed at maximising the return on funds invested within approved risk guidelines and to ensure the security of funds.
Monies held in Trust by Council
To ensure Council correctly administers and accounts for monies held in trust.
The objective of this policy is to provide a framework for the Council’s financial management of non-current assets.
To ensure all Procurement activities:are carried out in a professional manner promoting probity and accountability;comply with Council’s legal and statutory obligations;achieve value for money;minimise operational costs;promote environmentally and socially responsible procurement practices;maintain public confidence in Council’s procurement activities; assist in achieving Council’s goals as set out in the Corporate Plan.
Provision of Financial Securities
To provide guidance on the process to be followed for the acceptance of Financial securities by the Council.
Resumptions and Acquisitions of Land
To confirm Council’s commitment to legal compliance and best practice with respect to the resumption of land process and Council’s preference that acquisition of the land be by agreement wherever possible.
Revenue Policy - 2015/16
The purpose of this policy is to state, for the 2015/16 financial year:The principles the Council intends to apply for:• Levying rates and charges,• Granting concessions for rates and charges,• Recovering overdue rates and charges, and• Cost-recovery methods. The purpose for the concessions for rates and charges the Council intends to grant; and The extent to which physical and social infrastructure costs for new development are to be funded by charges for the development.
To establish guidelines for the management of Council's taxation obligations.
Acceptable Requests by Councillors for Advice or Information Guidelines
To provide clear guidelines about the way in which a Councillor may ask a Council employee for advice or information to help the Councillor carry out his or her responsibilities under the Local Government Act 2009 and the reasonable limits on requests that a Councillor may make.
This policy demonstrates Council’s commitment to achieving good corporate governance through the adoption of best practice wherever possible. Council recognises the value of an effective independent Audit Committee to assist Council in discharging its legal responsibilities and meeting its business objectives through efficient, effective and economical governance frameworks and processes. This involves oversight, appraisal, monitoring and reporting on internal audit processes and risk management.
Community Comment Session
This policy establishes procedures to allow residents or ratepayers of the Moreton Bay region the opportunity to address Council.
Competitive Neutrality Complaints
To provide a process for resolving competitive neutrality complaints.
Complaints Process - Administrative Action Complaints
The objective of this Policy is to establish a process for dealing with and resolving administrative action complaints.
Conflict of Interest
To assist Officers of the Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC) to manage instances where their private or personal interests may be contrary to those of the organisation or have the capacity to conflict with the person’s duty to act in the public interest.
To ensure high quality and professional advertisements are produced for all council advertising needs while complying with legislation, appropriate authorisation and receiving best value for money in relation to the placement of the advertising.
Councillor Involvement With Development Proposals [Pine Rivers district]
The objective of this policy is to provide Councillors with guidelines for their involvement in discussions with parties having a direct material interest in any particular development proposal or development application.
Disclosure [Pine Rivers district]
The objective of this policy is to provide an outline of the duty of disclosure so that the officers of Council can ensure they comply with the duty when Council is involved in litigation.
Dress Code – Councillor and Officer Attendance at General and Committee Meetings
To ensure a high standard of dress and personal hygiene standard is maintained and to promote a positive image to the general public.
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)
To identify and proactively address risks and opportunities related to the achievement of organisational objectives to create value for the community, Council and other stakeholders.
Entertainment and Hospitality Expenses
To set standards for entertainment and hospitality expenditure incurred on Council’s behalf which meetlegislative and community standards and comply with the Employees’ Code of Conduct.Specifically, to ensure that Councillors and Officers participating in official entertainment or hospitality:1. obtain the most cost-effective outcome for Council;2. efficiently make the necessary entertainment or hospitality arrangements; and3. comply with legal, financial, audit and ethical requirements.
Film Production on Council Controlled Land
Ensure film production complies with appropriate standards of health and safety; that filming doesn't cause damage to public property, etc
Fixed and Mobile Telecommunications Appropriate Usage
Facilitate and ensure cost effective, efficient and reliable communication and information services to all authorised customers/officers to support the operational requirements of Council
Fraud & Corruption
To establish organisational requirements in the prevention, detection and reporting of all fraud and corruption involving Council employees.
Gifts, Sponsored Hospitality Benefits, Awards & Prizes
This policy establishes procedures to support Council’s commitment to being open and transparent in itsoperations and in minimising the risk of Councillors and employees being involved in a conflict of interestsituation or being placed in a compromising position by the acceptance of gifts or sponsored hospitalitybenefits, or the receipt of awards or prizes in connection with their duties while representing Council.
Hiring of Plant - Bushfires [Pine Rivers district]
This policy details how fighting bushfires and dealing with other emergencies is not considered to be a normal function of Council, subject to compliance with Council's obligations under the State Counter Disaster Organisation Act 1975.
Information & Communication Technology Security
To provide a governing framework for the security and management of electronic information within Council.
Section 105 of the Local Government Act 2009 requires that each local government must establish an efficient and effective internal audit function. This policy demonstrates Council’s commitment to achieving good corporate governance through compliance with legislations and the adoption of best practice principles. Council acknowledges the need for an effective Internal Audit function to assist Council in meeting its legal responsibilities and business objectives through effective governance and risk management.
Legal Professional Privilege [Pine Rivers district]
The objectives of this policy are to provide an outline so that officers of Council can determine which documents do not have to be disclosed to other parties and to confirm that the position of Legal Services continues to be autonomous and independent with regard to the provision of legal advice.
Motor Vehicles: Private and Commuter Use
objective of this policy is to establish parameters for the use of Council-owned
vehicles by Councillors and officers.
Oral Medication etc. - Birralee Child Care [Pine Rivers district]
This policy outlines that Council must not administer prescription drugs to children at community centre, unless a doctors letter or pharmacy label is provided.
To ensure that an employee’s work or voluntary activities outside of Council do not adversely affect Council activities.
Prosecutions [Pine Rivers district]
The objective of this policy is to establish the processes to be followed in relation to prosecution proceedings.
Public Interest Disclosure
Create a positive reporting environment that encourages the making of public interest disclosures. Provide processes that ensure Public Interest Disclosures are dealt with in a timely manner. Provide appropriate support and protection for those who make a Public Interest Disclosure. Ensure that Council fulfils its responsibilities under the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010 (the Act).
Recording of Mayor and Councillor Correspondence
To ensure appropriate procedures are in place for dealing with the correspondence and public records received or generated by the Mayor and Councillors.
Reimbursement of Expenses and Provision of Facilities for Councillors
The objective of this policy is to establish a reasonable level of resourcing for Councillors to enable them to carry out their official duties in an effective and efficient manner and satisfy the mandatory obligations imposed on Council in relation to transparency and accountability by the head of power.
Release of Survey and Research Data
Ensure that data collected by Council from individual respondents and identifiable groups in Council's community surveys and research work remains confidential, and that data obtained is not used inappropriately.
Unreasonable Complainant Conduct Policy
The objective of this Policy is to assist Councillors and Council officers when managing unreasonable complainant conduct. The Council is committed to being accessible and responsive to all complainants. However, Council will take proactive and decisive action when complainants conduct themselves unreasonably.
Use of Council's Information and Communication Technology Systems
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that Council's Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) systems are used legally, ethically and consistently with the aims, values and objectives of Moreton Bay Regional Council.
Use of the Moreton Bay Region Business Database
To provide clear guidelines for the use of the Moreton Bay Regional Council's business database.
Use of the Moreton Bay Regional Council Corporate Identity (Logo)
To ensure that council’s role in the community is clearly recognised and that its image and reputation are protected and enhanced through accurate, consistent and high quality reproduction of its logo in all applications, including its use by approved sponsors and other entities.
Website Maintenance and Requests for Separate Websites
This policy applies to Council's existing web environment as well as all requests for separate websites for various departments of Council and those organisations directly funded or coordinated through Council.
Conference, Seminar, Study Tour & Travel
Establish clear guidelines for travel and accommodation arrangements for attending conferences, seminars and study tours. Provide equitable professional and personal development and networking opportunities. Meet Council's contractual obligations.
Drug & Alcohol Testing Policy
The objectives of this policy are to ensure that no person’s health and safety is adversely affected by any Moreton Bay Regional Council employee working while affected by alcohol or a drug; and assist Moreton Bay Regional Council fulfil all relevant legal obligations in regard to employee safety.
Special Natural Disaster Leave
To ensure that employees are aware of their leave entitlements and work responsibilities resulting from a declared disaster situation such as flooding, cyclones or bush fires, where employees are unable to attend their usual place of employment or are directly affected as a result of the declaration of a disaster situation.
Workplace Health and Safety
To establish guidelines for the provision, implementation and review of workplace health and safety procedures and processes within Moreton Bay Regional Council.
Parks & Facilities
Contribution to Park Equipment [Pine Rivers district]
It is council's policy to, as a condition of a development permit; require a reasonable and relevant park equipment contribution to be paid by the subdivider at the time the plan of subdivision is sealed by the council.
Naming of Council Owned or Administered Buildings, Structures and other Assets (excluding roads)
The objectives of this policy are to Outline Council’s policy position on the naming of all Council owned or administered bridges, buildings and community facilities, parks, reserves, open space, waterways, places, memorials and other assets (except for roads) Establish a naming convention for each of those categories of Council controlled assets which is both responsive to anticipated community expectations and consistent with the stated values of stakeholders and Council.
Personal Tributes in Parks and Public Open Space (excluding roads)
To establish Council’s policy position on requests for the installation of personal tributes within parks, reserves and public open space.
Acid sulfate soils (Planning scheme policy 1) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy provides a guide to Council’s requirements for acid sulfate soil investigations and management plans.
Approval of Subdivision Plan Prior to Completion of all Subdivision Works
The objectives of this policy are to: establish Council’s policy position on approving a Subdivision Plan prior to the completion of all Subdivision Works; andensure that certain requirements are satisfied prior to Council agreeing to the early approval of a Subdivision Plan; andset out the standard documentation and security requirements that are required to be completed and lodged with Council where a development proponent is seeking Council’s approval of their Subdivision Plan prior to completion of all subdivision works.
Car Parking Contributions for Existing Premises Converting to More Intensive Uses [Pine Rivers district]
This policy details the processes involved with constructing additional carparks, if a future development is said to need additional carparks then are available at the time.
Cash Contribution for Parkland Improvements [Redcliffe district]
Cash contribution for parkland improvements and/or acquisition pertaining to accommodation units, the residential component of composite buildings, duplex dwelling, motels, and multiple-dwellings requiring approval or proposed to be constructed and subdivided as a Community Titles Plan.
Community wellbeing impact assessment (Planning scheme policy 2) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy provides a guide to Council’s requirements for information in a Community Wellbeing Impact Assessment Report and Management Plan.
Cultural heritage (Planning scheme policy 3) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines Council’s requirements for information to be included in a Cultural Heritage Management Plan.
Design & development manual (Planning scheme policy 4) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines Council’s requirements for works matters relating to roadworks and stormwater drainage, and water and sewerage infrastructure.
Developer Contributions For Social Infrastructure - Northern Growth Corridor [Pine Rivers district]
This policy aims to provide guidance to developers and Council, mechanisms for establishing an equitable distribution of costs associated with social infrastructure as well as fulfilling obligations under "Desired Regional Outcome 6" of the SEQ Regional Plan.
Developers Contributions for Trunk Infrastructure- Recreation Trails [Pine Rivers district]
This Policy is intended to require contributions and set the contribution rates for recreation trails within the district.
Development application (Planning scheme policy 5) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines Council's requirements for preparing development applications for assessment under the planning scheme.
Ecological assessment (Planning scheme policy 6) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines Council’s requirements for information to be included in an Ecological Assessment Report and Property Vegetation Management Plan.
Economic impact (Planning scheme policy 7) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines Council's requirements for information that should be included in an Economic Impact Assessment Report.
Electricity infrastructure (Planning scheme policy 8) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines Council’s requirements for information that should be included in an Electricity Infrastructure Impact Study.
Extractive industry (Planning scheme policy 9) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines Council’s requirements for information that should be included in an application for an Extractive Industry Impact Study.
Extractive resources (Planning scheme policy 10) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy provides a guide to Council’s requirements for information that should be included in an Extractive Resources Impact Study.
Forest practice (Planning scheme policy 11) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines the requirements for a Forest Management Plan for proposed Forest Practice uses in the Rural and Rural Residential Zones.
Hazard & risk (Planning scheme policy 12) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines Council's requirements for information that should be included in a Hazard and Risk Impact Assessment Study.
Headworks - contribution to costs of water and sewerage [Redcliffe district]
This policy relates to Section 6.2 of the Local Government (Planning and Environment) Act and specifies the equipment and structures that constitute water supply or sewerage headworks; and the determination of the contribution to be made by the applicant.
Koala conservation (Planning scheme policy 13) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy provides guidance to applicants in respect of addressing the requirements of the Koala Conservation Overlay Code.
Landscaping (Planning scheme policy 14) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy provides a guide to Council’s requirements for Landscape Plans and assists compliance with the Landscaping Works Code with regard to the selection of appropriate species.
Noise (Planning scheme policy 15) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy provides a guide to Council's requirements for a Noise Assessment Report.
On-site sewerage (Planning scheme policy 16) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines Council’s requirements for information that should be included in an On-site Wastewater Treatment and Effluent Disposal Report.
Open space contributions (Planning scheme policy 17) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines the criteria that Council will consider for the acceptance of land for park dedicated in satisfaction of Specific Outcome SO22 of the Reconfiguring a Lot Code.
Park Contribution Policy - Local Planning Policy [Pine Rivers district]
This policy outlines the conditions required for a development approval for reconfiguring a park lot.
Planning for Development within the Northern Growth Corridor NGC [Pine Rivers district]
The objectives of this policy are to provide a mechanism for fulfilling the obligations imposed under the related SEQ Regional Plan and guidance to both development proponents and Council officers.
Scenic amenity (Planning scheme policy 18) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy outlines the requirements of a Scenic Amenity Assessment Report that is to be undertaken for the assessment of scenic amenity values and the determination of the maximum amount of evident use that is allowed.
Stormwater (Planning scheme policy 19) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy provides a guide to Council’s requirements for information that should be included in a report that addresses stormwater quantity and quality.
Stormwater network developer contributions (Planning scheme policy 19A) [Caboolture district]
To assist with the implementation of the Caboolture Shire Plan (2005) and to ensure contributions are paid towards the provision of stormwater infrastructure in a way that reflects the cost of providing trunk stormwater infrastructure.
Traffic access & parking (Planning scheme policy 21) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy provides a guide to Council’s requirements for a Transport Impact Assessment (TIA) Report and to assist compliance with the Traffic and Access Code.
Transport network developer contributions (Planning scheme policy 21A) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy presents the developer contributions for the transport network servicing the shire.
Water supply & sewerage infrastructure contributions (Planning scheme policy 22) [Caboolture district]
Adopted in conjunction with the Caboolture ShirePlan, this Planning Scheme Policy specifies the requirements for development contributions for water supply and sewerage.
Roads & Drainage
Allocation of Road Names and Street Address Numbers
The objectives of this policy are (1) To outline Council’s policy position on (a) The naming of Council controlled public roads within the region and (b) The allocation of street address numbers for all properties within the region (2) To ensure that those road names and street address numbers are allocated and managed in a logical, consistent and accountable manner.
Maintenance of Watercourses and Drainage Easements within Private Properties
The objectives of this policy are to outline Moreton Bay Regional Council’s policy position on: Council’s responsibility to clear weeds and overgrown vegetation within watercourses and drainage easements on private property;Circumstances when Council will enter private property and undertake maintenance of watercourses and drainage easements.
Personal Access Ramps (Kerb Ramps)
The objective of this policy is to outline Council’s position on the installation of personal access ramps to provide access to the road carriageway for mobility assistance devices.
Requests for Personal Access Ramps – Site Assessment
To outline the process for determining a request for the installation of a personal access ramp.
Roadworks Contributions [Pine Rivers district]
It is council's policy to require a reasonable and relevant roadworks contribution to be paid by the subdivider at the time the plan of subdivision is sealed by the council where conditions in the policy are met.
Shading of Streetlights
Address concerns of residents when a streetlight glare problem is reported and determine the need for a streetlight shade, taking into consideration the general standard of lighting in the area, traffic safety and needs of pedestrians.
Waste & Recycling
Disposal Of Waste At Transfer Stations
The objective of this policy is to improve operational efficiency and minimise the adverse impacts of Council's waste transfer stations on nearby residents by restricting access to such facilities.
Disposal of Waste Free of Charge at Moreton Bay Regional Council's Waste Management Facilities for Residents, Ratepayers and Community Groups
To establish what waste can be disposed of free of charge at MBRC waste management facilities for residents, ratepayers and community groups.
General Waste and Recyclable Waste Storage and Collection for Residential and Commercial Developments
Establish standards for the storage and collection of general waste and recyclable waste bins in residential and commercial developments.
Water & Sewerage
Contributions for Implementing Mitigation of Stormwater Quality and Quantity [Pine Rivers district]
This policy details the contributions needed to be paid to Council to implement mitigation of stormwater quality and quantity and also the process of applying for reconfiguring a lot or material change of use to alter the stormwater facility on the lot.
Developer Contributions for Trunk Infrastructure - Implementing Mitigation of Stormwater Quality and Quantity Impacts [Pine Rivers district]
This policy is intended to require contributions and set the contribution rates for stormwater drainage matters arising from development.