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Dunwich Sewage Treatment Plant Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)

Category: Agreement
Date: 22 June 2001
Sub Category:Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Native Title Act)
Location:North Stradbroke Island, Queensland, Australia
The agreement area is located in the vicinity of Dunwich, on North Stradbroke Island, and covers an area of about 0.036 sq km. The area covers Lots 1 and 2 on Plan SP117361 and falls within the Shire of Redland.
Legal Status: Registered with the National Native Title Tribunal
Legal Reference: National Native Title Tribunal File No: QIA2000/01
Subject Matter:Housing, Construction and Infrastructure | Land Use | Native Title
Summary Information:
The Dunwich Sewage Treatment Plant Indigenous Land Use Agreement (the ILUA) enables the Redland Shire Council to construct, use and maintain a sewage treatment plant, pipeline and reservoir at Dunwich on North Stradbroke Island, off the coast of Queensland, south of Brisbane.

The native title party for the area, represented by Quandamooka Land Council, consents to a twenty year lease and any renewals for two lots of land for the plant.

Related Entries

Agreement
  • Delaney on behalf of the Quandamooka People #2 v State of Queensland [2011] FCA 741 (4 July 2011)
  • Organisation
  • Redland City Council - Signatory
  • National Native Title Tribunal
  • State of Queensland - Signatory
  • Quandamooka Land Council Aboriginal Corporation
  • Legislation
  • Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)
  • Native Title Amendment Act 1998 (Cth)
  • Native Title (Indigenous Land Use Agreements) Regulations 1999 (Cth)
  • People
  • Dale Ruska and Ian Delaney - Signatory

  • References

    Resource
    National Native Title Tribunal (30 September 2010) Registered ILUAs by Name

    Documents

    Map
    Dunwich Sewage Treatment Plant Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) Map - ( Image | Thumbnail | PDF)

    Glossary

    Native Title (Australia) | Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)) (Australia)

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