Public Notices

1. Council's For Your Information Advertisement

Council publishes a fortnightly advertisement in the local paper, The Regional Independent. Below you will find the latest advertisement.

You can download the latest For Your Information Advertisement as a PDF here.(PDF, 875KB)

2. Development applications and modifications on notification

View the development applications and modifications currently on notification


3. Notification of road name proposals

Council, in pursuance of Section 163 of the Roads Act 1993 and Part 2 of the Roads Regulation 2008 proposes to use the following names as a road name within the Council area.

Proposed names -  Stage 1 and Stage 2 Poplars business and innovation precinct

Proposed Road Name
Origin of Name

Gwendoline Place

Amy GWENDOLINE Halloran (1889-1960), known as Gwendoline and wife of Henry Ferdinand Halloran (1869-19536).Henry Ferdinand Halloran (1869-1953), Gwendoline ran the household during the times that Henry was inspecting Environa, a large property in the area.

Lexcen Avenue

Benjamin LEXCEN AM (born Robert Clyde Miller, 1936 – 1988) was an Australian yachtsman and marine architect. He is famous for the winged keel design applied to Australia II which, in 1983, became the first non-American yacht to win the prestigious America's Cup in 132 years.
Nicholas Court

George Richard NICHOLAS CBE (1884-1960), pharmacist and philanthropist. Nicholas made the first Australian acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin), which was registered in 1917 as "Aspro".

Wolseley Place Frederick York WOLSELEY (1837-1899), inventor, was born at Kingstown, County Dublin, Ireland; arriving in Australia in 1854. In the late 1860s he began experiments on a machine for shearing sheep and by 1872 had evolved a working model. Wolseley has the honour of inventing the shearing machine which revolutionised the wool industry in Australia.

Written comments are invited and will be received up to 21 July 2022. Comments can be made via email to, by mail to Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council, PO Box 90, Queanbeyan NSW 2620 or delivered in person at Council's offices.