Council’s Latest Economic Relief Package
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has today announced $5 million in fees, rents and charges will be waived for Brisbane businesses and community groups being heavily impacted by the spread of coronavirus.
Brisbane City Council’s latest economic relief package will benefit more than 5,000 Brisbane businesses, sports clubs and community bodies by eliminating a significant number of fees and charges for the first quarter of 2022.
Food safety, outdoor dining, food trucks and temporary food stalls along with river moorings, film permits, advertising and live music fees will be among the charges eliminated as well as leasing costs for clubs and community groups on Council land.
For those organisations that have already paid these charges since January 1, the fee relief will be either be refunded or the relevant amount reflected in their next bill.
To see the full list of fees waived, visit: https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/business-in-brisbane/coronavirus-support-for-brisbane-businesses/economic-relief-for-businesses-sports-clubs-and-community-groups