City of Stirling makes online move

HOME businesses in the City of Stirling can now register their business online in an effort to streamline regulation approvals and reduce completion times. As part of AusIndustry’s ‘regulation reduction incentive fund’ project, the city has designed an online system that allows applicants to submit home business applications via the city’s website. Applicants can also monitor the progress and be issued an approval certificate electronically. The City of Stirling is home to more businesses than any other local government precinct, with 11,500 registered businesses, the majority of them small businesses. It is also the largest local government in Western Australia. The city joins the Wanneroo and Swan City councils in allowing the online registration of home businesses. Small business minister Margaret Quirk has has urged more local councils to follow suit.

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