PLEASE NOTE: There is a Discussion Paper released for submissions with respect to NCC and short-term stays accommodation in apartment buildings. It is important that all affected owners make a submission to have their views heard and recorded.
The deadline for submission is 8 April 2018.
Read UOAQ submission here.
You can find correspondence of UOAQ and / or its members relating to the topic of unlawful use of premises for short-term accommodation in residential buildings. We will add to the letters as we progress in our efforts to advocate for the rights of owners in residential (Class 2) buildings not to have their homes turned into hotels.
Gold Coast City
- Mayor Tom Tate, Gold Coast City Council
- Development & Compliance, Gold Coast City Council
- Dyan Currie, Director Planning and Environment, Gold Coast City Council
- Kathryn Sarikas, Development Compliance, Gold Coast City Council
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Mr G Carroll Unit Owners Association Queensland Incorporated GPO Box 2359 Brisbane QLD 4001 Dear Mr Carroll RE: Proposal for Change (PFC) - Use of the word of 'dwelling' Thank you for your PFC concerning the use of the word 'dwelling' in the description of a Class 1b...
access the original submission here SUBJECT Definition of NCC Classifications 2 and 3 BCA Volume One: BCA Volume One: Part A3. Table D3.1 Class 1b The Proposal Definition and correct use of the word "dwelling". Part A3.2 Class 1b(ii). Table D3.1...
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