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Type: Paper
Title: Public Works on Private Land
Authors: Fynes-Clinton, Tim
Tags: Public Works Law;Private Property Rights
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Queensland
Abstract: Everyone who works closely with the local government industry, such as myself and the members of my firm, know that local government public works engineers are good at building things such as roads, bridges, sewerage systems, sewerage treatment plants etc. Sometimes, however, some of the finer details in relation to such projects slip by. One of those finer details relates to your right of access to private property. The purpose of this paper is to dispel some myths about your ability, as a Council public works engineer, to “automatically” access private land (even if that access is only temporary) to facilitate the construction of new public works
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