Licensing & Approvals
Council is committed to helping you build and operate a better, fully compliant business. To reduce the compliance burden and cost of compliance for business, Council has developed information relating to the following permits, licences, approvals and registrations.
South East Queensland Councils have collaborated to standardise information for a number of permits, licences, approvals and registrations. In these cases, you will be redirected to the Toolbox website.
Applicable fees are listed on each of the application forms in column 2.
To establish the viability of purchasing a business, it is strongly recommended that the potential purchaser, apply for non-residential property information. This search may provide the potential purchaser with either a database report or inspection of the business for legal compliance pursuant to the relevant legislation.
New Compliance Strategy for Operating Temporary Food Stalls
Logan City Council has recently introduced changes in the way temporary food stalls will be managed under the Food Act 2006. A new compliance strategy that has been approved by Council will mean that Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) will have greater ability to enforce existing powers in a more consistent manner. It will mean that both operators and the public will have a higher level of confidence that the food they are buying is safe.
The compliance strategy for temporary food stalls is available to download in full by clicking on the link below.
|Business type||Licence application form||Information kits (including forms) and fact sheets|
The Greentape Reduction project made significant changes to the approval of environmental activities from 31 March 2013.
|Stall, Busking, Touting, Distribution of Business Advertising Publications|