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Northern Gold Coast Coordinated Social Infrastructure Strategy 2011-2021
The Northern Gold Coast Coordinated Social Infrastructure Strategy 2011 - 2021 provides a framework for coordinating planning and delivery of social infrastructure across Government for the fast growing population in the northern Gold Coast corridor.
It is a joint project between the Department of Local Government and Planning and the Gold Coast City Council.
The project area extends from the no
Approval of the Development Schemes for Ripley Valley, Greater Flagstone and Yarrabilba Urban Development Areas
The Urban Land Development Authority Act 2007 (ULDA Act) provides for particular parts of Queensland to be declared as Urban Development Areas (UDAs) and establishes the Urban Land Development Authority to plan, carry out, promote or coordinate and control the development of land in those areas.
The three UDAs of Ripley Valley, Greater Flagstone and Yarrabilba fall under the strategic sites progr
Wide Bay Burnett Regional Plan
On 1 October 2010, the Draft Wide Bay Burnett Regional Plan and Draft Wide Bay Burnett State Planning Regulatory Provisions 2010 were released for public consultation, which closed on 24 December 2010.
The statutory Wide Bay Burnett Regional Plan will be an essential mechanism for managing change, shaping and supporting the future growth of communities in the region. It provides a coordinated app
Qld Govt response Senate inquiry regional capitals
The Queensland Government considers that Queensland regional capitals should be well planned with the right infrastructure in the right places to support a growing population and strong, prosperous and diverse regional economies. As the most decentralised state in Australia, Queensland has taken every opportunity available to unlock regional productivity and economic growth.
On 11 February 2015, t
South East Queensland Regional Plan 2017 and amendments to the Planning Regulation 2017
The Queensland Government has reviewed the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009-2031 and associated regulatory provisions to take into account changes in the region, revised growth, population and employment projections and evolving government policies.
Under the Planning Act 2016, as commenced on 3 July 2017, the regulatory provisions to support the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2017 (S
Draft North Queensland Regional Plan
The North Queensland region includes the Burdekin, Charters Towers, Hinchinbrook, Palm Island and Townsville local government areas.
The North Queensland region is expected to face a number of challenges over the next 25 years. These include an ageing population, increasing urbanisation, and structural changes in the regional economy moving away from traditional strengths to a more knowledge-base
Final Master Plan Port of Townsville and draft port overlays Townsville and Gladstone
The Sustainable Ports Development Act 2015 (the Ports Act) provides a legislative framework for the Queensland Government’s port-related commitments and actions of the Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan, including mandating master planning for priority ports. The Ports Act designates the ports of Townsville and Gladstone as priority ports.
The master plan for the priority Port of Townsville i
Review of Regional Planning Interests Act 2014 Assessment Process Report – Government response
GasFields Commission Queensland (the Commission) prepared ‘Review of Regional Planning Interests Act 2014 Assessment Process Report’ (the report) which focussed on improvements to the assessment process and framework under the Regional Planning Interests Act 2014 (RPI Act).
The Commission report was the outcome of a review that focused on:
the assessment process and the assessment criteria used to
Draft Master Plans for priority ports Hay Point-Mackay & Abbot Point
The Sustainable Ports Development Act 2015 (the Ports Act) provides the legislative framework for the Queensland Government’s port-related commitments and actions of the Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan, including mandating master planning for the priority ports. The Ports Act designates the ports of Hay Point/Mackay and Abbot Point as priority ports.
The draft master plans for the priority
Release of the Bradfield Regional Assessment and Development Panel Report and Government Response
In 1938, Dr John Bradfield, a Queensland civil engineer, proposed a scheme that would divert flows from the Wet Tropics and Burdekin River catchments to irrigate and drought proof much of Western Queensland and as far south as South Australia.
The Bradfield scheme aimed to capture water from North Queensland and transport it to the drier regions, either to the south, west or both. Several reviews