Development.i Terms and Conditions
  • Last updated:
  • 12 Oct 2018

Development.i is a subsite of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council website. Accordingly, it forms part of the 'site' as defined in the council's Terms of Use, and access to and use of the Development.i subsite is subject to the Terms of Use which are binding on all users of the site.

In addition to the Terms of Use, in using or accessing the Development.i. subsite, you also agree to be bound by the following terms and conditions.

Right to grant or refuse access

1. Access to Development.i is at the discretion of the council. The council reserves the right to refuse to allow access to any part of Development.i without prior notice, and without the need to give any reason for doing so. Development.i may be temporarily unavailable from time to time, subscription services may be interrupted and email alerts may be delayed.

Search filters and terms

2. Obtaining information from Development.i is helped by the use of appropriate search filters and terms. Search results may differ according to the search filters and terms are used. Help in the use of Development.i is available in the site glossary.

Limits to information

3. Development.i assists with information on development applications. It does not provide all council's information relating to the property within the Sunshine Coast Regional Council area.

Release

4. The user releases and forever discharges the council from any claim or demand which might otherwise be made by the user and from any liability which the council may otherwise have to the user in consequence of or arising in any way by, through or in connection with council granting the user access to the Development.i subsite, preventing access to the Development.i subsite, or information obtained or omitted from the Development.i subsite.

Governing law

5. All matters relating to Development.i are governed by the laws of the State of Queensland, Australia and users submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of that State and courts of appeal from them.