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Request For Tenders For
Pre-Qualified Supplier Panels

February 14, 2019: Council is establishing a register of Pre-Qualified Suppliers to facilitate effective coordination of repeat
contractor engagements.

Tenders are invited for suitably qualified and experienced contractors for the following Pre-Qualified Supplier Panels:

• SBRC 17/18-21 Trade Services
• SBRC 17/18-22 Electrical
• SBRC 17/18-24 Pest Management

Suppliers can register their interest and tender application via www.lgtenderbox.com.au.

Submissions are to be suitably endorsed, marked and lodged as per tender documents no later than 2:00pm Tuesday 12 March 2019.

To obtain instructional documents on how to apply for the new procurement platforms, please contact Council's Procurement Coordinator at [email protected]
South Burnett Regional Council
Local Government Infrastructure Plan

February 4, 2019: Council has now completed its draft Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) and wants to hear from you.

An LGIP is a statutory planning requirement under the Planning Act 2016, which establishes a sustainable program of local, higher order infrastructure necessary to support population and employment growth, including water, wastewater, stormwater, transport, and parks and land for community facilities.

The purpose and general effect of the draft LGIP is to:

  • • Integrate infrastructure planning with land use planning identified in the
      planning scheme;
  • • Identify trunk infrastructure necessary to support future urban development
  • • Ensure trunk infrastructure is planned and provided in an efficient, cost
      effective and orderly manner; is sustainable (capable of being funded by
      Council); and aligns with Council's asset management and long-term
      financial planning
  • • Provide a basis for Council to levy infrastructure charges and condition
      the provision of trunk infrastructure as part of development, and
  • • Provide transparency regarding Council's intention for the provision of
      trunk infrastructure


The draft LGIP and supporting material is available to view and download on Council's website. The draft LGIP is available for inspection and purchase at Council's Customer Service Centres.

The public consultation period for the proposed LGIP commences Monday 4 February 2019 and closes Friday 15 March 2019. Any person may make a written submission about any aspect of the proposed LGIP.

In order for a written submission to be properly made, it must:

  • • Be made in writing (including by electronic means) to the South Burnett
      Regional Council
  • • Include the name and address of each person making the submission
  • • Be signed by each person making the submission (unless made
      electronically)
  • • State the grounds of the submission and the facts and circumstances
      relied on in support of the grounds; and
  • • Be received by Council before 5:00pm on Friday 15 March 2019.


Submissions can be lodged by email, by post to PO Box 386, Kingaroy 4610 or in person at any Council Customer Service Centre.

For enquiries about the draft LGIP visit Council's website or phone 4189-9100.
Notice Of A Biosecurity Surveillance Program For Restricted And Prohibited Matter
October 26, 2018: The purpose of the program in the South Burnett Local Government area is to:

(a) Confirm the presence, and find out the extent of the presence in the South Burnett, of the prohibited or restricted matter to which the program relates

(b) Confirm the absence in the South Burnett of the prohibited or restricted matter to which the program relates

(c) Monitor the effects of measures taken in response to biosecurity risk posed by invasive biosecurity matter

(d) Conduct inspections on public and private land to determine the presence, extent and risk posed by prohibited or restricted matter (formerly known as declared weeds and pest animals). Surveillance will be conducted by Authorised Officers predominantly by visual ground inspection. Inspection may also be undertaken by aerial survey or fixed camera traps

(e) Provide information and advice to the property owner or relevant party regarding the level of risk and appropriate control measures required to meet the owner or relevant parties' general biosecurity obligation

(f) Provide information about support programs that may be available

(g) Monitor treatment programs and enforce compliance where necessary.

Program Area

The surveillance program is authorised for the whole of the South Burnett Local Government area. Individual properties will be selected for inspection based on observation or known presence of invasive biosecurity matter, or the receipt of reports or complaints.

Start Date And Duration Of Program

The program will commence on Friday 9 November 2018 and extends for a period of 12 months until Friday 8 November 2019.

Availability Of The Program

A free copy of the program (including its Authorisation) is available online via Council's website, at all Council Customer Service Centres or by phoning (07) 4189 9100.
Change Of Operating
Hours At Nanango Landfill

October 23, 2018: Council advises residents that as of Thursday 1 November 2018 new operating hours for the Nanango Waste Facility will come into effect.

The new hours will be from 8:00am to 5:00pm and these changes have been implemented to bring this site in line with Council's other Waste Facilities.

Should you have any concerns or questions in relation to this matter, please do not hesitate to contact Council on (07) 4189 9100.
New Tap-and-Go Standpipes
August 22, 2018: Council has installed new tap-and-go credit/debit water standpipes in Nanango, Blackbutt and Benarkin, replacing the existing coin operated machines. Potable water (drinking quality) may be purchased at these standpipes with the cost of water remaining at $4 per Kl.

The standpipes are located at:

  • Nanango – Brisbane Road
  • Blackbutt – Bowmans Road
  • Benarkin – Scotts Street

The payment system is operated by the tap-and-go Visa or MasterCard credit/debit card system and transactions are limited to a minimum of $1 and maximum $99 per transaction.

The new Standpipes are now in operation. There will be a 25mm hose available but customers will need to provide their own 50mm cam lock and hose to use the larger connection.

If you have any queries regarding the new Standpipes, please contact Council's Water and Wastewater Department on 4189 9100.
Council Ordinary Meeting Dates For 2019
December 14, 2018: Council would like to advise that in accordance with Section 277 (1) of the Local Government Regulation 2012, the Ordinary Meetings for 2019 have been scheduled as follows:

* Wednesday 16 January 2019
* Wednesday 20 February 2019
* Wednesday 20 March 2019
* Wednesday 17 April 2019
* Wednesday 15 May 2019
* Wednesday 12 June 2019
* Wednesday 17 July 2019
* Wednesday 21 August 2019
* Wednesday 18 September 2019
* Wednesday 16 October 2019
* Wednesday 20 November 2019
* Wednesday 11 December 2019

Ordinary Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month (except the June and December meetings. which will be held on the second Wednesday) commencing at 9:00am in the Warren Truss Chamber, Glendon Street, Kingaroy unless stated otherwise.

Residents are invited to attend the meetings as members of the public gallery.
Level 3 Water Restrictions
July 12, 2017: Level 3 water restrictions are now in place throughout the South Burnett Region.

Residents are advised that sprinklers are not to be used, and hosing of paved or concreted areas is not permitted.

Hand held watering is permitted from 7:00am to 8:00am, and 5:00pm to 6:00pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays for odd numbered houses and Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays for even numbered houses. No residential watering is permitted on Mondays.

Further details are available on the Council website or by contacting Customer Contact on (07) 4189 9100.
Next Council Meeting
January 29, 2019: The next ordinary Council meeting will be held on Wednesday 20 February 2019 at the Warren Truss Chamber in Glendon Street, Kingaroy.

Meetings commence at 9:00am and are open to the public.

Depending on the volume of business that needs to be processed, they can conclude at any time up to 2:00pm in the afternoon. If so, morning tea will be provided.

Copies of any meeting's agenda can be downloaded from Council's website 24 hours before each meeting date.
Get More Information
You can obtain more news and information from the South Burnett Regional Council's website, or by contacting Council on (07) 4189 9100 during office hours.
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Your Councillors

Your Councillors are here to represent your interests. If you have a problem you think Council can assist you with, please contact your Divisional councillor by phone or email.
South Burnett Mayor, Cr Keith Campbell
South Burnett
Mayor

Keith Campbell
Ph: 0439 708 553
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Division 1 Cr Roz Frohloff Division 4 Cr Terry Fleischfresser
Division 1
Cr Roz Frohloff
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Cr Terry Fleischfresser
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Division 2 Cr Gavin (Spud) Jones Division 5 Cr Kathy Duff
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Cr Gavin (Spud) Jones
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Cr Kathy Duff
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Division 3 Cr Danita Potter Division 6 Cr Ros Heit
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Cr Danita Potter
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Cr Ros Heit
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