Updating Infrastructure Plans (LGIP v1.2)

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Queensland legislation requires local governments to prepare and review a Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) every five (5) years. The LGIP is a long-term plan (over 15 years) outlining the trunk infrastructure (e.g. water treatment facilities, sewerage treatment plants, major roads, parks) necessary to serve the community and support growth across the city. It is designed to provide services in a coordinated and cost-effective way.

LGIP v1 was adopted in May 2017, as part of an amendment to the Logan Planning Scheme 2015. Council prepares amendments to keep the LGIP up to date, with LGIP v1.1 adopted in October 2019, and LGIP v1.2 now being proposed.

The purpose of this interim amendment (LGIP v1.2) is to update the infrastructure delivery schedule and maps to reflect more detailed current planning and service priorities.

What’s changing in LGIP v1.2

The changes proposed in LGIP v1.2 affect two (2) trunk networks - stormwater and movement (roads). There are updates to estimated costs and timing in the schedule of works, and changes to priorities which result in some items being removed, and some items being added to the plan. The areas impacted include Bahrs Scrub, Browns Plains, Jimboomba, Loganlea, Logan Village, Meadowbrook and Park Ridge.

To learn more please see our guide to understanding what’s changed in LGIP v1.2.


How to provide feedback on the proposed changes

Council is asking you to review the proposed changes and give us your feedback, between Monday 30 August 2021 and Friday 17 September 2021.

To provide feedback please:

  1. View the proposed changes in the documents and maps; and
  2. Use the submission form below, telling us your details and what you support or do not support, and why.

We will consider your input as part of finalising the changes, and let you know how we have responded to your feedback. The changes may be adopted as an amendment to the Logan Planning Scheme in late 2021 or early 2022.

Further information about trunk infrastructure planning is available on Council's website.

Queensland legislation requires local governments to prepare and review a Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) every five (5) years. The LGIP is a long-term plan (over 15 years) outlining the trunk infrastructure (e.g. water treatment facilities, sewerage treatment plants, major roads, parks) necessary to serve the community and support growth across the city. It is designed to provide services in a coordinated and cost-effective way.

LGIP v1 was adopted in May 2017, as part of an amendment to the Logan Planning Scheme 2015. Council prepares amendments to keep the LGIP up to date, with LGIP v1.1 adopted in October 2019, and LGIP v1.2 now being proposed.

The purpose of this interim amendment (LGIP v1.2) is to update the infrastructure delivery schedule and maps to reflect more detailed current planning and service priorities.

What’s changing in LGIP v1.2

The changes proposed in LGIP v1.2 affect two (2) trunk networks - stormwater and movement (roads). There are updates to estimated costs and timing in the schedule of works, and changes to priorities which result in some items being removed, and some items being added to the plan. The areas impacted include Bahrs Scrub, Browns Plains, Jimboomba, Loganlea, Logan Village, Meadowbrook and Park Ridge.

To learn more please see our guide to understanding what’s changed in LGIP v1.2.


How to provide feedback on the proposed changes

Council is asking you to review the proposed changes and give us your feedback, between Monday 30 August 2021 and Friday 17 September 2021.

To provide feedback please:

  1. View the proposed changes in the documents and maps; and
  2. Use the submission form below, telling us your details and what you support or do not support, and why.

We will consider your input as part of finalising the changes, and let you know how we have responded to your feedback. The changes may be adopted as an amendment to the Logan Planning Scheme in late 2021 or early 2022.

Further information about trunk infrastructure planning is available on Council's website.