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The use of 3D models for assessing certain types of development applications can streamline Council's assessment processes and more effectively identify potential opportunities for the development up front.
The below information provides technical guidance for 3D model submission so that the development application assessment can be incorporated into Council's 3D model.
Any significant new development and/or extension of an existing building, where:
Any significant new development that is located in a:
Any new development that is located in and is intending to be approved as an application under the Incentivising infill development policy(PDF, 8MB).
To represent real world dimensions, scale and location, the model units MUST be in metres at a scale of 1:1. It is also desirable that the model is based on GDA1994 (or GDA2020) MGA Zone 56 Coordinate system and Australian Height Datum for elevation.
All models should include the following details:
The models should NOT include the following:
All the 3D models are to be submitted in one of the following formats:
Relevant material and texture should be included
The file name should include the site address, e.g. 2HaskingStreet-Caboolture.skp