Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC) is proud to unveil the
revolutionary new Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Corridor (RPRC)
Investment Prospectus. The RPRC Investment Prospectus is an
interactive online portal that innovatively captures and displays
investment opportunities available within the RPRC.
The Investment Prospectus utilises 3D fly-throughs, videos and
interactive mapping platforms to convey investment information,
highlighting and showcasing potential investment and development
opportunities within the RPRC.
View the investment prospectus
This dynamic, hands-on interface allows investors to interact
with the portal to view the key statistics of each station
precinct; including population growth, business and job creation
and DA activity. Each station precinct's unique range of assets and
drivers are highlighted within the portal, as well as the current
and future conditions associated with each station precinct.
Investors can therefore gain a better understanding of where their
investment might fit into the corridor, and may therefore make more
confident investment decisions.
The Investment Prospectus is a tool critical for ensuring that
the right development occurs in the right locations. It was created
in response to council's need to proactively manage the substantial
growth occurring within the region and to balance this with the
community's increasing need for local employment, opportunity for
investment and improved access to local services and public
Development focussed within the rail corridor is expected to
boost local economic activity and unlock opportunity for the
residents of Moreton Bay by invigorating and revitalising
surrounding suburbs, businesses and retailers. The Investment
Prospectus aims to ensure that a diversified local economy prevails
to meet the local employment and housing needs of Moreton Bay's
MBRC strives to continually deliver innovative and relevant
services to its residents. With the introduction of the RPRC
Investment Prospectus, MBRC seeks to secure a bright future for the
Council is committed to incentivising the right development in the right location. If you are considering investing in the Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Corridor, don’t forget to take advantage of Council‘s new Incentivising Infill Development Policy. Commencing 1 July 2017, the policy offers financial incentives relating to application fees and infrastructure charges, for projects meeting the eligibility criteria within targeted areas of Strathpine Caboolture, and in and around the Redcliffe Peninsula Rail Corridor. To find out more on the policy see Incentivising infill development.