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Licences & easements
Section 20(c) of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust Act requires the Trust to outline the criteria by which the Trust assesses requests for licences and easements.
A licence grants non-exclusive use of land or premises.
Licences permit entry upon Trust land at times and under conditions approved by the Trust to:
Requests for licences must satisfy one or more of the following criteria:
Comply with legislative safety and environmental requirements
Requests for construction licences in the last financial year:
Other temporary venue hirers are permitted to:
Requests for temporary venue use must satisfy one or more of the following criteria:
Significant proposed cultural events and activities are referred to the Trust's Arts Advisory Panel. This panel consists of staff representatives, a member of the Trust, an external expert appropriate to the particular cultural or art form being considered, and local experts/stakeholders as necessary.
The Panel advises the Director, Executive and Trust on the suitability of cultural activities or events for all Trust lands. The Panel advises on matters of artistic taste and merit, and provides comment and advice on context, suitability and risk management.
An easement allows another to use Trust land in a defined way.
Easements permit access across Trust lands under conditions defined by the Trust to:
Requests for easements must satisfy one or more of the following criteria:
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