Caboolture's planning scheme, the Caboolture ShirePlan, commenced on 12 December 2005. It sets out the standards to manage the growth that will occur over the next 10 to 15 years in the Shire (now District).
The Caboolture ShirePlan:
- Identifies land in Zones and Precincts
- Maps land use constraints such as Landslide Hazard in the form of Overlays
- States what can and can not be undertaken within each Zone, Precinct and Overlay
- Sets outcomes that development must meet within each Zone, Precinct and Overlay.
View the Caboolture ShirePlan.
Purchase a copy
Hard copies and CD versions of the Caboolture ShirePlan are available for purchase, see purchasing copies of planning schemes.
Enquiries about zonings, overlays and other provisions of the ShirePlan are also able to be searched via PD Online. This online tool enables you to search, view and print property information, as well as the ability to track the progress of development applications from lodgement through to determination.
This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution
On 28 June 2011, an Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution for the Moreton Bay Region was made by Council. This resolution provides for a standard trunk infrastructure charges system which includes simplified calculation methods.
On 22 September 2009, Council resolved to propose an amendment to the Caboolture ShirePlan to include a Priority Infrastructure Plan (PIP) in accordance with State Government requirements. In addition, Council proposes amendments to the Caboolture ShirePlan to align with the new PIP.
Since the commencement of the current planning provisions for the Caboolture District on 12 December 2005, a number of amendments have been adopted.
Temporary Local Planning Instrument (TLPI 01/14)
On 20 January 2014 Moreton Bay Regional Council adopted Temporary Local Planning Instrument 01/14 Woodfordia (TLPI 01/14) to override certain provisions of the Caboolture ShirePlan.
TLPI 01/14 has effect from Tuesday, 28 January 2014 for one (1) year to 27 January 2015.