Rubbish and recycling collections continue as usual on Anzac Day, Tuesday 25 April.
Road stopping is the process of changing the status of the land from unformed legal road to fee simple so that it can be sold. Often it is the strip of land between a property owner's front boundary and an existing road or footpath.
The Council may sell unformed legal road when the land is not needed for utilities, roads or footpaths.
The process of buying unformed legal road can take a year or more. See this break-down of the road stopping process and the minimum time each step tak...
The Council's Road Encroachment and Sale Policy covers the regulation and management of the use of legal road for private purposes.
See the list of service authorities you need to contact before you apply for an encroachment licence or a road stopping.
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