The Pine Rivers planning scheme (PineRiversPlan) was adopted by Council on 4 December 2006 and commenced on 15 December 2006.
The PineRiversPlan has been prepared in accordance with the provisions of the Integrated Planning Act 1997 by Pine Rivers and was approved by the then Minister for Local Government, Planning and Sport in October 2006.
View the PineRiversPlan.
Purchase a copy
Hard copies and CD versions of the PineRiversPlan are available for purchase, see purchasing copies of planning schemes.
Enquiries about zonings, overlays and other provisions of the PineRiversPlan 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.
There are currently no proposed amendments on public consultation
Since the commencement of the current planning provisions for the Pine Rivers District on 15 December 2006, a number of adopted amendments have been undertaken.
Temporary Local Planning Instrument (TLPI 02/14)
On 17 November 2014, Moreton Bay Regional Council, by delegation, adopted Temporary Local Planning Instrument 02/14 for the Moreton Bay Rail Link. The Temporary Local Planning Instrument will ensure that transit oriented development principles are applied to development proposals in the Moreton Bay Rail Link corridor. TLPI 02/14 commenced on Monday 1 December 2014 and will be in effect for a period of one year.
Northern Growth Corridor
A council policy exists for the Northern Growth Corridor, titled 'Planning for Development within the Northern Growth Corridor', It includes 3 separate Local Area Plans - Mango Hill, Griffin and Dakabin. These plans recognise the requirements of a future community, and provide for a balance of living, working and recreational land uses for these areas.
This policy is considered, in addition to the PineRiversPlan, in the assessment of Material Change of Use and Reconfiguring a Lot (subdivision) development applications within the Northern Growth Corridor.
For more information - Northern Growth Corridor