Local Laws and Planning Scheme

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The Logan Planning Scheme 2015 helps us to manage growth and plan for a sustainable future. It also guides the way land can be used and developed.

We have local laws for community safety and cohesion which shape the standards for our City.

See 'All Projects' for updates or to have your say.


The Logan Planning Scheme 2015 helps us to manage growth and plan for a sustainable future. It also guides the way land can be used and developed.

We have local laws for community safety and cohesion which shape the standards for our City.

See 'All Projects' for updates or to have your say.


  • Meetings Local Law

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    The process and procedures for Council's committee meeting are currently being reviewed with a view to developing a consolidated framework for meetings.

  • Proposed Amendment to Parking Local Law

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    The Queensland Parliament recently passed legislation for amendments to the State Penalties Enforcement Regulation 2014. These amendments have resulted in an increase in the penalty for drivers who illegally use disability parking spaces.

  • Parks Volunteer Program - Amendments to Local Law No.5 (Parks, Jetties and Boat Ramps) 2011

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    Logan City Council has a long and positive history of working with volunteers for the mutual benefit of Council and community. The Parks branch manage volunteers in three programs;

    • BushCare;
    • TrailCare, and;
    • Honorary Park Ranger.

    All programs have been in operation for many years.

    Council recently undertook a review of the Parks Volunteer Framework focusing on;

    • Modernising Health and Safety practices;
    • Increasing efficiencies;
    • The rationalisation of resources, and;
    • Improving the volunteer experience.
  • Draft Park Ridge South & Chambers Flat Plan

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    In 2009 the state government earmarked Park Ridge South and Chambers Flat for future urban development. This is reflected in the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2017 (the regional plan) where the area is included within the Urban Footprint, meaning that detailed land use and infrastructure planning is to be undertaken by Council.

  • Proposed Logan Planning Scheme 2015 Amendments (ULP + SLP) - CLOSED

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    This consultation has concluded.

    The City of Logan is growing, and the way land is used and developed makes an important difference to our future.

    This growth is guided by the Logan Planning Scheme 2015, together with regional and state plans and Queensland planning laws. Logan City Council makes amendments to the Logan Planning Scheme to keep it current.

  • Proposed Logan Planning Scheme 2015 Amendment (PSP 5) - CLOSED

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    This consultation has concluded.

    Logan City Council makes amendments to the Logan Planning Scheme to keep it current.

  • Cat and Dog Local Laws - Have Your Say - Final submissions - CLOSED

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    This consultation has concluded.

    Three rounds of community engagement have now concluded with final submissions received on the proposed cat and dog local laws.




  • Logan Planning Scheme 2015 - Industry Thresholds Amendment - CLOSED

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    This consultation has concluded.

    The industry thresholds within the Logan Planning Scheme 2015 set the level of assessment for a range of industrial uses. The current thresholds are considered to be unnecessarily prescriptive and Council therefore proposes to amend these thresholds.

  • Subordinate Local Law 8.1(Waste Management) 2018 - CLOSED

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    This consultation has concluded.

    Proposed Subordinate Local Law 8.1 (Waste Management) 2018 was adopted by Council at its meeting on 26 June 2018.