Infringements

Have you received an infringement notice? Under the Infringements Act 2006, you have the right to appeal an infringement.

If you want to appeal, please be aware that:

  • all appeals must be in writing
  • is your name on the infringement notice? If not you will need consent from the person who's name is on the Infringement Notice
  • we have 90 days to respond to your appeal
  • while you're waiting for us to respond, your infringement goes on hold. This means that the original due date no longer applies.

Parking

If you've parked illegally or stayed in a space longer than permitted, you may receive a parking infringement. 

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Animals

Failure to register an animal could result in an infringement notice.

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Local law

Damage or destruction to, interference with Council roads or failing to obtain a permit under our Local Law are common examples of local law infringements.

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Public health

You could receive a public health infringement if your business fails a health inspection or you have not registered your business.

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Planning

Planning permits have specific guidelines that could result in an infringement if breached. 

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