Community Consultation Proposed New Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020

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Proposed new Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020 and Subordinate Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020

The Townsville City Council has proposed to make the new local law and subordinate local law:

  • Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020
  • Subordinate Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020

The purpose and general effect of Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020 and Subordinate Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020 is to enable Council to regulate parking in the vicinity of the Queensland Country Bank Stadium in Townsville.

That is proposed to be achieved by:

  1. defining a parking area;
  2. restricting parking in that parking area during defined event periods;
  3. creating an offence of parking in that area during event periods in breach of official traffic signs; and
  4. establishing a process for the provision of parking permits to residents and business operators within the parking area that exempt permitted vehicles from compliance with the parking restriction.

The Council invites public comment about any aspect of the proposed new law and subordinate law. You have until 5pm on 3 July 2020 to lodge your submission.

Submissions by any person in support of, or objecting to, any aspect of the proposed local law and subordinate local law are invited for the period commencing on the publication of this notice and ending at 5pm on 3 July 2020.

During the period for receipt of submissions, copies of the local law and subordinate local law are open for inspection at Council’s Customer Service Centres located at 103 Walker Street, Townsville and 86 Thuringowa Drive, Thuringowa.

Bookings are essential when visiting the Thuringowa Customer Service Centre, you can book on Council’s website or phone 13 48 10.

Online submissions and copies of the local law and subordinate local law may also be accessed on the document library section of this page.

Submissions must be received on or before 5pm on 3 July 2020 stating:

  • the grounds of the submission; and
  • the facts and circumstances relied upon in support of the grounds.

Public comments will be considered and, where appropriate, changes made to the proposed new law prior to the law being presented to the Council for adoption.


Proposed new Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020 and Subordinate Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020

The Townsville City Council has proposed to make the new local law and subordinate local law:

  • Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020
  • Subordinate Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020

The purpose and general effect of Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020 and Subordinate Local Law 9 (Stadium Parking Area) 2020 is to enable Council to regulate parking in the vicinity of the Queensland Country Bank Stadium in Townsville.

That is proposed to be achieved by:

  1. defining a parking area;
  2. restricting parking in that parking area during defined event periods;
  3. creating an offence of parking in that area during event periods in breach of official traffic signs; and
  4. establishing a process for the provision of parking permits to residents and business operators within the parking area that exempt permitted vehicles from compliance with the parking restriction.

The Council invites public comment about any aspect of the proposed new law and subordinate law. You have until 5pm on 3 July 2020 to lodge your submission.

Submissions by any person in support of, or objecting to, any aspect of the proposed local law and subordinate local law are invited for the period commencing on the publication of this notice and ending at 5pm on 3 July 2020.

During the period for receipt of submissions, copies of the local law and subordinate local law are open for inspection at Council’s Customer Service Centres located at 103 Walker Street, Townsville and 86 Thuringowa Drive, Thuringowa.

Bookings are essential when visiting the Thuringowa Customer Service Centre, you can book on Council’s website or phone 13 48 10.

Online submissions and copies of the local law and subordinate local law may also be accessed on the document library section of this page.

Submissions must be received on or before 5pm on 3 July 2020 stating:

  • the grounds of the submission; and
  • the facts and circumstances relied upon in support of the grounds.

Public comments will be considered and, where appropriate, changes made to the proposed new law prior to the law being presented to the Council for adoption.