ACT government doubles down on need for reform after billboard backlash General manager Tess Phillips said theyfirst approached the ACT government 18 months ago to talk about "activating urban spaces" with wayfinding signage and Wi Fi hubs,althoughthe body "regularly engages" all state and territory governments across Australia.
"Given the changes afoot to modernise and globalise our capital, as evidenced by international flights from coach factory online sale Canberra Airport and the light rail coach outlet coupons williamsburg development, the OMA has actively queried the ACT government about its strict stance on third party advertising," Ms Phillips said. "Looking ahead, the ACT light rail project will be costly. This is a positive opportunity for OMA members to work with the cheap coach purses online outlet ACT government to explore the provision of advertising revenue through signage in stations, on light rail infrastructure itself, or the development of appropriately positioned large format advertising signs on the light rail route." The approach from industry was revealed in the ACT government's submission to an inquiry into the ACT's billboard ban. "Increased advertising has the potentialto generate economic activity in the territory from the advertising itself (investment in infrastructure and related income stream) and the promotion of the advertised good or service. Other jurisdictions derive revenue from outdoor advertising." Their submission floated the idea of govenrment run digital billboards, which could berented to an advertiser for a certain time and provide traffic, event or community information for the rest. Any government owned billboardswould likely align with the existing rules for bus advertising which ban spruiking of alcohol, junk food andcigarettes, the submission said. Meanwhile the organiser of a petition against relaxing the billboard ban says it now has enough signatures to be referred to an Assembly committee. Drawing onDeb Cleland and Dr LisaPetheram'sKeep CBR Nude campaign, Downer resident Sam Hussey Smith and others got their kit off on Black Mountain to protest any rule changes for large scale outdoor advertisements. "Fortunately, it was a sunny day and there were plenty of other people there, young and old. Someone even brought their dog along," MrHussey Smith said.
"I do think there's a case for modernising the regulations but my sense is that, if anything, people are looking for a tightening of the rules around the public advertising we already see on bus stops, commercial buildings and election corflutes. That's to say nothing of introducing billboards, a proposal for coach outlet locations ohio which I've been unable to find a single person in support of.".
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