This permit is required to develop in a place registered under the Queensland Heritage Act.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
This licence cannot be transferred.
This permit remains in effect for the duration specified.
You can obtain this permit by contacting Permit and Licence Management of the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection.
All Queensland Acts and Regulations can be viewed or printed from the Queensland Government Legislation website.
Department of Environment and Heritage Protection
Environmental Policy and Planning
Queensland Heritage Act 1992 (Queensland)
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