While the staff recommendation is to approve the change in operation hours, development consultant Jim Glazebrook, who is acting on behalf of the brothel owners, said council's restrictive conditions in the past had prohibited the business from flourishing.
The bang for back offered to buyers makes for more unusual reading.
"The current owners just want to move.THE future of a Tweed brothel is up in the air, as owners eagerly await approval to operate 24 hours a day, every day.Most of the bedrooms have showers and there are plenty of mirrors on the walls.The states usually out of sight brothels have recently come under the spotlight as a string of adult shops converted from old warehouses and commercial buildings hit the market for sale.A former warehouse in the Tweed Heads region offers five bedrooms, at least one of which includes a bath in the centre of the room.It houses a shed out the back and is painted a faded shade of baby blue.It includes a bedroom with a mini stage, which pictures suggest was partly occupied by a mattress and floor-to-ceiling pole.This Blakehurst brothel was leased out a day after becoming available for rent.The listings have come in the wake of a round of successful sales in late 2017.The property is for sale at 550,000."It's the same as any business, anywhere, if you create uncertainly around it, it affects the value of it and the ability to sell.The marketing materials also suggest the current brothel tenant leases the property out for about 98,800 a year.There are currently country of prostitutes four bordellos spread around the state up for grabs ranging from 550,000 to well over.5 million remarkable prices considering all but one are in Sydney.
The windows are also covered.
A room in this brothel in the Tweed Heads region has a bath next to the bed.