Fees and Infrastructure Charges
Fees and Charges
A list of applicable fees for planning, building and plumbing applications can be found in Council's Fees and Charges Schedule.
Community Grants & Non-Financial Assistance
Registered not-for-profit community groups or organisation can make an application under the Community Grants and/or the Non-Financial Assistance program to waive:
- Building and development application//inspections and/or water sewerage and gas connection fees.
To apply for a concession please complete the Minor and Major Non-Financial Assistance for Development Applications and Inspections Form. The completed form is to be submitted to Council with the development application lodgement.
Information about Council's Community Grants and Non-Financial Assistance can be viewed here:
Community Grants & Non-Financial Assistance Policy
Q&A for Non-Financial Assistance.
Council has implemented a number of financial relief packages to support the development community and local business in their recovery from the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Development Infrastructure Charges (COVID-19 Stimulus) Concessions Policy is a short-term measure to boost economic growth in the Maranoa Region. This policy provides for a 100% concession on the net infrastructure charges payable for a range of developments. To apply for a concession offered under this policy, please complete the Application for Development Infrastructure Charges Concession Form.
Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolutions
On 24 June 2015, Maranoa Regional Council adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolutions in accordance with amendments to the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 that came into effect on 14 June 2014. These resolutions replace Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution – No. 2.0 (AICR) and take effect from 1 July 2015.
In addition, Council adopted Infrastructure Charges Policy Resolutions for the use of Median Land Sale Prices Benchmarks in Setting Infrastructure Charges and Impact Cost Recovery for Local Road Charges in the Maranoa Regional Council area. These resolutions take effect from 1 July 2015.
Maranoa Regional Council levies infrastructure charges (AICs) as part of the development application process which includes development assessment. This ensures that new development pays a share of the cost of providing infrastructure to meet additional demand on trunk infrastructure networks.
Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolutions have been adopted for each of the five current planning schemes in effect throughout the Maranoa (Bendemere, Booringa, Bungil, Roma and Warroo).
The relevant Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolutions provide details on the level of charges for each development type (including residential, commercial, industrial and subdivisions) and the provisions for credits, offsets, refunds and the conversion of non-trunk to trunk infrastructure.
The Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolutions
Infrastructure Charges Register
Click here for the Maranoa Infrastructure Charges Register
This is an official record of the infrastructure charges levied by Council, in accordance with the Planning Regulation 2017.