Town Planning involves both control of existing and new development, and "strategic planning" to ensure our resources are carefully managed to match our future needs and expectations. Planning is a dynamic process that is constantly evolving in response to changes within the community.
Town Planning involves both control of existing and new development, and "strategic planning" to ensure our resources are carefully managed to match our future needs and expectations.
A development application is an application made for consent under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 to carry out development. Also includes information on online applications, mandatory criteria and if applications are considered not properly made.
The Environmental Protection Act 1994 places an obligation on all people to protect the environment. Council has officers authorised under this Act who administer and inspect certain industries and activities to ensure they comply with the Act.
Online register of fees and charges as adopted by Council. Search or browse for fees.
A list of all forms and fact sheets available online.
When a new development is approved in the district, the developer is required to provide names for all the new roads that have been created as part of the development.
The pre-lodgement meeting provides the opportunity for applicants to raise queries, seek clarification on proposals and for Council Officers to provide advice and identify relevant matters for consideration.
Many land constraints are written into the permit to develop the land. The constraints are called "Property (Development) Conditions."
Property searches not only provide details on rates and charges, water consumption, house plans, zoning and flood information, but will also give you valuable building information.
Following the issue of development permits for reconfiguring a lot and operational works, the plan of subdivision (or survey) is required to be 'signed' and 'sealed' by Council.
You can make a submission in support of or in objection to a publicly advertised development application.
The SEQ Regional Plan 2005-2026 was adopted on 30 June 2005. Its purpose is to guide the development of South East Queensland through rapid population growth and development, while protecting important natural values and other aspects of the region.
Council provides and has made plans to expand trunk infrastructure networks to meet the growing community’s needs.