Permit to operate a saleyard/trucking yard (Maranoa) - Queensland

Service summary

Council advise that, although there is no specific local law to cover operation of saleyards/trucking yards, you may still be required to submit a material change of use/development permit application and go through the appropriate IDAS application/planning process. Contact council for further information.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Definition of terms

Saleyards

Any premises where stock may be kept or exhibited for sale, exchange or disposal in any way whatsoever.

Stock

Any animal prescribed by local policy.

Use

Includes selling, dipping, spelling, depasturing, loading and unloading by rail or transport and paddock rental.

Administering agency

Maranoa Regional Council

Contact details

Environmental Health Officer
Maranoa Regional Council


Operating address:
Corner Quintin & Bungil Streets
Roma, Queensland, 4455
Mailing address:
PO BOX 42
Mitchell, Queensland 4465

Phone:

1300007662

Fax:

07 4624 6990
council@maranoa.qld.gov.au

Website:

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Supporting information

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