The Heavy Vehicle National Law (South Australia) Act 2013 (The Act) was asserted in September 2013. The Act commences on 10 February 2014.
From 10 February 2014, all applications for the movement of vehicles in these categories will be managed by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NVHR), Australia’s first national, independent Regulator for all vehicles over 4.5 tonnes gross vehicle mass (GVM) and all fatigue-regulated heavy vehicles over 12 tonnes GVM.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator was created to administer one set of rules for all heavy vehicles under the Heavy Vehicle National Law to improve safety and productivity, minimise compliance burden on the heavy transport industry and reduce the inconsistencies across state and territory borders.
Commencing 10 February 2014, all applications for access permits must be directed to the NHVR as the single point of contact. Permits previously approved by City of Playford will be honoured by the NHVR until their expiry date. Applicants will need to contact the NHVR to renew these in the future.
Fees are now applied under the HVNL by the Regulator. It will be the responsibility of the transport operator to undertake a Route Assessment (at their cost) if one is needed and provide the results to City of Playford and the Regulator.
Further information, NHVR contacts and on-line applications are available on the following links:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 1300 696 487
Fax: (07) 3309 8777 Post: PO Box 492, Fortitude Valley, Qld 4006
The placement of mini skips, waste bins and shipping containers on Council Land or Roads may potentially cause a safety risk to the public if placed incorrectly.
The City of Playford is committed to providing a safe environment for all residents and as such approval must be sought from Council for the use of Council Land and Roads prior to the placement of the skip/container.
You are required to provide with your completed application the following:
Mini Skip and Shipping Container(837 kb) applications can be forwarded to the City of Playford via:
Community Facility Signs are blue directional signs with white text that can be erected by council to indicate businesses and/or not for profit community facilities.
The City of Playford is committed to providing a safe and well maintained environment for all residents and to ensure consistency in the installation of signage throughout the city, approval must be sought from Council for the erection of Community Facility Signage.
Community Facility Sign applications can be forwarded to the City of Playford via: