Progressive development agreements identify specific zoning and subdivision rules applicable to a given area. This can include a variety of operating conditions, such as providing amenities and parkland, timing and phasing development and registering alliances. One of the quickest and easiest ways to access the land can be through an agreement with a private owner if you know or are able to find the owner of the free land. As with any land use agreement, the definition of conditions of use is very important. These conditions must define the rights and responsibilities of both parties: the landowner and the gardener or farmer. Municipalities and regional districts can enter into development agreements and housing contracts with landowners. In the past, they could enter into land-use contracts. Phased development agreements are signed by the local government and the landowner to ensure legal certainty for both developers and local governments by building multi-phased development projects. An early termination option allows local governments to terminate land use contracts by June 30, 2022, provided there is shingles and certain requirements are met. Garden maintenance: defines the responsibilities of landowners and farmers in the maintenance of the land The agreement, known as the Western Cape Co-existence Agreement, refers to one of the largest bauxite mines in the world currently operated by Rio Tinto.
It is also known as the Comalco Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA). Signatories include 11 traditional ownership groups in Queensland, four Indigenous Community Councils (Aurukun, Napranum, Mapoon and New Mapoon), Comalco Aluminium Limited and Cape York Land Council on behalf of local parties. The Queensland government is also a signatory and has agreed to provide additional financial benefits when the agreement is registered. ILUA covers two mining leases, but agrees to all “alternative extensions, renewals or deliveries” necessary for access and transport of materials between territories.