Queensland Consolidated Regulations

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Community considerations

60 Community considerations

The authority must have regard to the effects a proposed decision on the application may have for the following persons and matters—

(a) for land in the area that may be affected by the proposed activity—
(i) the likely effect on the land-holder, any native title holder and any other Aboriginal persons particularly concerned with the land; and
(ii) the likely effect on the amenity of the land, having regard to the current uses of the land and the experiences currently enjoyed by visitors; and
(iii) if a permit has already been issued to a person to carry out an activity (the
"existing activity" ) on the land—the likely effect on the permit holder carrying out the existing activity;
(b) the community need for the proposed activity;
(c) the likely effect on the community’s ability to continue to participate in the management, protection, presentation, enjoyment and ecologically sustainable use of the area;
(d) any other relevant social, economic and cultural effects.

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