Proposed Repeal Local Law 2020
What is a local law?
Local laws are laws that are made by Council for their local government area, in response to particular local issues and for the good government of their communities. The Local Government Act 1995 and other relevant Acts enable Western Australian local government to make local laws.
Proposed Local Law
Under the powers conferred by the Local Government Act 1995, it is proposed to make the City of Rockingham Repeal Local Law 2020.
The purpose and effect of the City of Rockingham Repeal Local Law 2020 is:
Purpose: To repeal the City of Rockingham Signs, Hoardings and Bill Posting By-Law 1990.
Effect: The City of Rockingham Signs, Hoardings and Bill Posting By-Law is repealed.
You can view the current Signs, Hoardings and Bill Posting By-Law on the City's local laws page.
For more information on the Repeal Local Law 2020, please read Report Item GM-001/21 Repeal of By-law relatings to Signs, Hoardings and Bill Posting 1990 in the January 2021 Council Minutes.
What will this local law do?
The effect of the local law is to repeal the current City of Rockingham Signs, Hoardings and Bill Posting By-Law 1990. Some of the clauses in this current by-law are already covered in the City of Rockingham Public Places and Local Government Property Local Law 2020. Areas not covered will be addressed in changes through planning policies and a Council Policy on advertising in the City of Rockingham.