To obtain approval under the Local Law for your sign you will need to submit a completed Application for Sign Approval to council. The form should be signed by the property owner, have the correct application fee and be accompanied by relevant details relating to the sign such as:
site plan of sign location
sign size and dimensions
details of when the sign is to be displayed
engineering details if the sign involves erection of a structure.
Certain signs may require a further development permit for building works in accordance with the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 and Building Act 1975. This is usually required for all sign structures that are either:
freestanding and over 2 metres in height from ground level, or
freestanding and greater than 1.2 metres in width, or
signs that form a separate structure when attached to an existing building or structure.
Building Works approval may be obtained from either Redland City Council or a private certifier.
Submit completed application to the Development Standards Team at the address specified on the front of the application form.
Find forms and guidance at the links provided.