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Advertising Flags and Advertising Banners Brisbane Qld – Outdoors, Events

Advertising Flags and Advertising Banners Brisbane Qld
Printsmart Displays have been producing a wide range of high quality Advertising Flags and Advertising Banners for Brisbane and Regional Queensland businesses and organizations for many years. Designed for all weather environments like Brisbane experiences, they have a long display life.  
As a company that sells Brisbane wide, we realise each city council has different outdoor advertising requirements. We are confident that when you look to market your business in Brisbane with our Advertising Flags and Advertising Banners, they will be suitable to meet Brisbane City Council and Regional Queensland area city council specifications.

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Advertising Flags and Advertising Banners are commonly used on footpaths, road edges, public places and in front of buildings. The Brisbane City Council has specific ” visual outdoor signage” requirements that every business needs to be aware of if they are looking to display Advertising Flags and Advertising Banners in Brisbane.  
Below is an extract from the Brisbane City Council website :  
Approval to erect advertising signage/Portable advertising devices  
Under what circumstances is it required?
PLEASE NOTE: Substantially incomplete applications may be rejected by Brisbane City Council. Please refer to ‘What are the pre-requisites to obtaining this authority’ for further information.

  • Outdoor signage that is visible from a road, footpath or any other public place is regulated by Council in order to prevent visual clutter and ensure public safety.
  • Depending on the type of sign and its location in the City, a sign may be classified as Permitted (does not require a licence), Licensable (you must apply for a licence) or Prohibited (the sign is not allowed) under the Advertisements Subordinate Local Law.
  • To be Permitted or Licensable, a sign must also meet the conditions set out in the Subordinate Local Law.
  • If the property or building on which the sign is to be placed is a heritage site, you must submit an application even if the sign type is classified as Permitted.
  • If your sign type is not described in the Subordinate Local Law, you must submit an application (describe the sign as a ‘new sign type’)..

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