The MBRC Planning Scheme commenced on 1 February 2016. Some parts of the original planning scheme have since been amended and the scheme currently in place is Version 4.
Each time an amendment commences, it creates a superseded version of the Planning Scheme for a period of one year. Under the provisions of the Planning Act 2016, a person may request that a proposed development be assessed and decided under a superseded Planning Scheme. Request to lodge an application under a superseded Planning Scheme must be made within one year of the new Planning Scheme taking effect.
Other older versions of the Planning Scheme are historic versions. Applications for assessment under a historic Planning Scheme cannot be made.
The Request to apply a Superseded Planning Scheme application(PDF, 636KB) allows applicants to make a request for council to assess a development proposal under a superseded Planning Scheme in accordance with section 29 of the Planning Act 2016.
For more information, refer to Queensland Government - Request to apply a superseded Planning Scheme fact sheet.
Refer to the table for further information relating to superseded and historic Planning Schemes.
Redcliffe City Planning Scheme