- Last updated:
- 11 Jul 2018
On 2 August 2011 council adopted Amendment No.23 to Maroochy Plan 2000. The adopted amendment will have effect on and from 8 August 2011.
The purpose and general effect of the amendment is to allow a “community residence” (example hospice) as defined in the instruments to provide palliative care in the residential and rural precincts.
“Community residence” is defined as any dwelling used for accommodation for a maximum of six persons who require assistance or support with daily living needs, share communal spaces and who may be unrelated. The use may include a resident support worker engaged or employed in the management of the residence.
The use will be self-assessable in the residential and rural precincts listed in the instruments.
Commencement of the amendments
The amendments came into effect on 8 August 2011.
- Amendment instruction sheet
- Amended pages for printing and insertion into hard copies of Maroochy Plan 2000
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