Donna Gates reportedly declared conflict of interest on more than 30 applications that she voted in favour of, prompting calls for law to be changed

Queensland’s developer donations laws should be reviewed, an academic says, following a report a Gold Coast councillor voted on dozens of applications despite declaring a potential conflict of interest beforehand.

The ABC has reported the Gold Coast deputy mayor, Donna Gates, declared a “real or perceived conflict of interest” on more than 30 applications since last year’s election.

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