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    Transit Oriented Development Publications
    Transit oriented development (TOD) has been a primary land-use planning strategy of successive South East Queensland (SEQ) regional plans including the recently released South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009 – 2031 (SEQ Regional Plan). TOD is characterised by a rapid and frequent transit service; high accessibility to the station; mixed-uses; good quality public spaces; pedestrian and cyclist-

    South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009-31
    The South East Queensland Regional Plan 2005-2026 (2005 SEQ Regional Plan) was released in June 2005. It sets out the Queensland Government’s strategy for managing rapid growth and development in South East Queensland. The State Government accelerated the review of the 2005 SEQ Regional Plan in order to more effectively address current regional issues. The Government commenced the review in May

    South East Queensland Infrastructure Plan and Program 2009-26
    The South East Queensland Infrastructure Plan and Program (SEQIPP) was first launched in April 2005. Updated annually, SEQIPP outlines the Government’s program of infrastructure and major projects to support the South East Queensland Regional Plan (SEQRP) 2005-2026 and represents an unprecedented, long-term commitment to capital infrastructure works in South East Queensland (SEQ). Four years into

    2008 Koala Coast Survey Report and response
    A survey conducted in late 2008 by the Department of Environment and Resource Management (DERM) of the koala population in the Koala Coast has revealed a 51% overall decline in the Koala Coast koala population since the last DERM koala survey in 2005-2006. In contrast with the 2005-2006 survey results, koalas in bushland have faired worst with the populations declining 59% compared with a 30% red

    Land in South East Queensland for Trail Bike Riding
    An inter-departmental working group on issues relating to trail bike riding has undertaken a range of initiatives to facilitate opportunities for safe and appropriately managed trail bike riding. These included consideration of strategies used in other jurisdictions, assessments of State-owned land to determine if sites were suitable for trail bike riding, and collaboration with local government,

    Implementing the Koala Response Strategy
    In December 2008 Cabinet endorsed the Koala Response Strategy which commits the Queensland Government to ensuring a net gain in koala habitat in south east Queensland by 2020 and to implement a range of further measures to reverse declines in koala populations in the region. In July 2009 the new SEQ Regional Plan identified 14 koala populations and committed the Queensland Government to ensure the

    SEQ Water Distribution and Retail Restructuring Bill 2009
    New institutional arrangements are being implemented in South East Queensland (SEQ) to ensure the efficient and effective supply of water. The South East Queensland Water Restructuring Act 2007 established three statutory authorities to own the bulk supply, bulk transport and manufactured water infrastructure and businesses in SEQ. This Act also established the SEQ Water Grid Manager. These enti

    South East Queensland desalination sites
    The draft South East Queensland Water Strategy was released for consultation in 2008. The draft Strategy built on existing and committed projects. With these projects, additional sources of water supply would be required from 2028 or as part of the response to a drought as severe as the Millennium Drought. The draft Strategy recommended that the best supply options and pipeline routes be preserved

    Connecting SEQ 2031 Regional Transport Plan
    The draft Connecting SEQ 2031 is an Integrated Regional Transport Plan for South East Queensland and supports the sustainable management of growth and aims to address the transport challenges of the region. Connecting SEQ 2031 has been developed to respond to the SEQ Regional Plan’s growth framework and deliver a vision to guide transport planning and delivery of transport projects in south east Q

    Implementation of the government response to the Qld Growth Mangement Summit
    In November 2009, the Premier and Minister for the Arts announced a Queensland Growth Management Summit, which was held on 30 and 31 March 2010. The summit brought together representatives from all levels of Government, community, business, industry and experts in planning, development, infrastructure and sustainability to discuss population growth, prosperity, liveability and sustainability in

    South East Queensland Water Strategy
    The South East Queensland Water Strategy (Strategy) is a 50 year plan to ensure a sustainable, efficient and secure water supply for South East Queensland. It is based on the key principles of conserving water, being prepared and managing water efficiently. The revised draft Strategy was released from 20 November 2009 to 12 February 2010 for consultation. During the consultation period, a total o

    Govt Resp to Private Members Bill Daylight Saving in SEQ Referendum
    The Member for Nicklin, Mr Peter Wellington MP, introduced the Daylight Saving for South East Queensland Referendum Bill 2010 in 14 April 2010. The Explanatory Notes to the Bill state the purpose of the Bill is to provide for a Daylight Saving Zone, to operate from the first Sunday in October to the first Sunday in April, for the South East Queensland areas of: Brisbane City Council Ipswich City C

    Implementing the Koala Response Strategy - Finalising the Koala State Planning Instruments
    In December 2009, the Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability and the Minister for Infrastructure and Planning released a draft State Planning Policy (SPP) and State Planning Regulatory Provision (SPRP) for consultation that were aimed at delivering koala conservation outcomes through the planning and development system. All submissions received during the public consultation period were co

    Draft Yeerongpilly Transit Oriented Development State Planning Regulatory Provision
    1. Transit Oriented Development (TOD) has been a primary land-use planning strategy of successive South East Queensland (SEQ) regional plans including the most recent South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009 - 2031. 2. TOD is characterised by rapid and frequent transit services, high accessibility to the station, mixed-uses, good quality public spaces, pedestrian and cyclist-friendly streets, medi

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    12 May, 2016

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