The State Government identifies Strathpine as a Major Regional Activity Centre in the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009-2031
Moreton Bay Regional Council with funding assistance from the Federal Government prepared the Strathpine Major Regional Activity Centre Strategy.
The finalised Strathpine Major Regional Activity Centre Strategy was adopted by Council on the 17 May 2011.
Strathpine is located 20km north of the Brisbane Central Business District and is at the southern end of Moreton Bay Region.
The strategy focuses on parts of the urban, commercial, industrial and rural areas of Strathpine and Brendale, with an emphasis on land within 800 metres of Strathpine and Bray Park Railway Stations.
As a Major Activity Centre, Strathpine is considered an area of significance within the overall network of South-East Queensland centres.
The master planning process has involved the development of the following:
Vision - To guide the preparation of the Strategy and provide future strategic direction for planning and development decisions.
Strategy - comprised of:
- Master Plan - to guide future development and planning decisions
- Implementation Plan - to help deliver and support the master plan and achieve the vision