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Agency ID1689
TitleRedland City Council
Agency TypeLocal government authority
Start Date Circa 9/12/1948
End Date Current
Date NotesN/A

Created under the Local Government/Authorities Acts to provide local administration and public services outside of major urban areas. 2007,

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Series IDTitleFromTo
5656Valuation and Rate Books 9/12/1948 30/6/1950
5664Valuation and Rate Books 9/12/1948 30/6/1950
5682Correspondence 9/12/1948 30/9/1954
5685Correspondence 9/12/1948 25/5/1957
18826Burial Register 26/5/1949 28/9/1960
5628Valuation Register and Rate Book 1/7/1949 30/6/1974
5626Minute Books 20/6/1950 26/2/1981
5658Valuation and Rate Books 1/7/1950 30/6/1955
5627Index to Minutes 1/8/1969 30/6/1976
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Information Sources

Queensland Government Gazette 11 Dec 1948, Vol. CLXXI, No. 211, p. 3020, 3021
Local Government Act 1993
Redland Shire Council, "About Council", viewed 7 October 2003,
Local Government (Areas) Regulation 2008, Schedule 1
Allconnex Water Annual Report 2009-2010
Local Government (Reform Implementation) Act 2007
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Establishing N/A
Abolishing N/A
Administered Local Authorities Act 1902
Local Government Act 1936
Local Government Act 1993
Local Government Act 2009
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Redland Shire was established by change of name of Cleveland Shire to which was added part of the Shire of Tingalpa by order-in-council on 9 December 1948. The change was to take effect after Shire elections. Cleveland and Tingalpa Shire Councils continued to hold meetings until 26 May 1949. Redland Shire Council became Redland City Council on 15 March 2008.

Local Government Councils under the "Local Government Act 1993" and subsequent "Local Government Act 2009" and through local laws: promote economic development; own and manage public infrastructure including roads and public works, sewerage, and water storage and distribution; regulate activities which affect the environment including air, noise and water quality, land use and waste disposal, pests and noxious weeds, and building control; provide community services including recreational and cultural facilities and public health services.

Under the "Local Government Act 2009". local governments have " the power to do anything that is necessary or convenient for the good rule and local government of its local government area" including conduct joint government activities, engage in business enterprises. construct and maintain roads and other infrastructure. Indigenous Councils which are also Trustee Councils are responsible for business related to trust land while Community Forums may be established to discuss community issues.

Redland City Council consists of an elected Mayor and 10 councillors respresenting 10 divisions. Councillors are appointed to committees while the administrative functions of the Council are carried out under the supervision of the Chief Executive Officer. From 1 July 2010, Allconnex Water, jointly-owned by the Gold Coast, Redland and Logan City Councils, assumed responsibility for the provision of water and wastewater services.
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Preferred Citation

Queensland State Archives Agency ID1689, Redland City Council
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Last updated 9 September 2016
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