The Local Government Association of Queensland has put out a list of demands ahead of the Queensland election, and even received responses from the major parties.

The Local Government Association of Queensland has released its 10 Point Policy Plan for the 2015 election, and received a response from the LNP, Labor and the Greens.

To make things as easy as possible, the LGAQ has even collated the responses into a table, so that voters can compare their various choices based on their willingness to work with local governments.

No responses were received from Katter’s Australian Party, One Nation, or the Palmer United Party.

LGAQ President Margaret de Wit thanked the parties for their responses.

“It is pleasing to see that all major parties appreciate the contribution that local government makes to Queensland’s regional communities and are willing to assist in ensuring that local service delivery is done in a way which maximizes value for money to ratepayers,” Cr de Wit said.