Category Archives: Local Planning

Local Plans

Three draft neighbourhood plan strategies open for comment

In response to the January flood event, Brisbane City Council’s priorities quickly shifted to assisting flood-affected residents and working to restore the city back to be the clean, vibrant, cultural and economic capital of Queensland. As a result, some strategy work and community engagement activities for Moggill/Bellbowrie, River Gateway and Darra Oxley District neighbourhood plans […]

Chermside Centre’s Plan for the future

Brisbane City Council endorsed the draft Chermside Centre Neighbourhood Plan to go to first State Interest Check on 2 November 2010, moving it one step closer to adoption in the City Plan.  This plan will manage one of Brisbane’s fastest growing suburbs.  Feedback from the community, businesses and stakeholders has been used to guide the […]

Mt Gravatt Corridor Neighbourhood Plan is approved by Council

The draft Mt Gravatt Corridor Neighbourhood Plan is now being reviewed by the Queensland Government after Council endorsed it to go to first State Interest Check on 9 November 2010. The draft neighbourhood plan was developed considering feedback from residents, businesses and stakeholders. The Mt Gravatt Corridor is identified as a major shopping, service, residential […]

Community feedback period extended: Yeerongpilly transit oriented development (TOD) concept plan of development

Your opportunity to comment on the Yeerongpilly Concept Plan of Development has been extended until Friday 12 November 2010. The Queensland Government supported by Brisbane City Council have been working with the local community to prepare the Yeerongpilly TOD Concept Plan of Development. The Concept Plan sets out ideas for how the Yeerongpilly TOD could […]

Have your say on the Yeerongpilly Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Concept Plan of Development

The Queensland Government supported by Brisbane City Council have been working with the local community to prepare the Yeerongpilly TOD Concept Plan of Development. The concept plan sets out ideas for how the Yeerongpilly TOD could be developed to become a vibrant, mixed use community. TOD is a planning strategy that promotes compact urban development […]

Neighbourhood planning in Moggill Bellbowrie off to a flying start

Neighbourhood planning in the Moggill Bellbowrie area is off to a great start following a number of community information sessions hosted by Brisbane City Council recently. To date, more than 200 people have taken the opportunity to be part of the neighbourhood planning process. One of the central issues raised by community members during recent […]

River Gateway Neighbourhood Plan Business Breakfast

Brisbane City Council is preparing a new neighbourhood plan for the River Gateway area which includes parts of Carina, Camp Hill, Cannon Hill, Murarrie, Morningside and Seven Hills. The plan will amend Council’s planning scheme and specify, among other things, where new industrial, residential, commercial, retail and other land uses should go, how they should […]

Get involved in planning for the future of Taringa and St Lucia

Brisbane City Council is preparing a renewal strategy for Taringa and St Lucia to manage future growth. The renewal strategy will form the basis of a statutory neighbourhood plan that will set the rules for future development. The strategy will consider the area’s housing, development, transport and open space needs.  It will focus on key […]

Neighbourhood planning in Moggill/Bellbowrie district takes off

Residents and business owners in the Moggill/Bellbowrie district are invited to find out more about neighbourhood planning in their area by attending a Neighbourhood Planning Basics Workshop. The workshop will take place at Bellbowrie Community Church on Saturday 4 September 2010 from 10am to 12pm. To RSVP telephone Council on (07) 3403 8698 by Thursday […]

Shape the Future of Rochedale

The Rochedale Urban Community Local Plan Draft Amendments are now available and proposes to: address recent changes to traffic flow and the road network, particularly around the town centre strengthen the protection of the habitat and ecological corridors increase retail opportunities to meet future demand reinforce the type of development expected in the business park […]