Draft Redland City Plan 2015 - Public Consultation Closed

Consultation has concluded

Draft Redland City Plan 2015 - Public Consultation Closed

Following an extended 11-week consultation period on Draft Redland City Plan 2015 – almost twice that required – submissions on the draft scheme closed on Friday 27 November 2015.

During public consultation Council hosted 52 community activities, including 13 Open House information sessions, 12 Pop Up information sessions, 10 Key Stakeholder Group Briefings, and 17 Meet the Planner sessions.

Thousands of residents took advantage of these sessions at which Council Planners were available to answer questions concerning both property specific and city wide implications of the draft scheme.

Many thousand residents and ratepayers also visited the Draft Redland City Plan 2015 website to peruse the dozens of fact sheets available, to read the Draft Redland City Plan 2015 document itself, or to use the interactive mapping to find out what zones and overlays were proposed to apply to their property or other areas of interest in the city.

Redland City Plan timeline

Now that public consultation has closed, the huge task of assessing submissions on Draft Redland City Plan 2015 has begun.

Council officers will go through every submission, identify the key issues raised and make recommendations to Council.

A report on issues raised and proposed amendments will then be provided to the State Government and made available to submitters and the public.

Once the Minister approves the amended City Plan, it will be presented to the Council for adoption and commencement.

Until then, Council will continue to operate under the current Redlands Planning Scheme.

Update on City Plan timeline - May 2016

The review of over 6000 individual City Plan submissions is continuing within Council. Internal Councillor workshops are planned over the next three months to carefully review the plan details and responses to public submissions..

Following this detailed and intensive process, it is expected that the formal report on issues raised and proposed amendments may be completed in the fourth Quarter 2016 for submission to the State Government and to be made available to submitters and the public.




Draft Redland City Plan 2015 - Public Consultation Closed

Following an extended 11-week consultation period on Draft Redland City Plan 2015 – almost twice that required – submissions on the draft scheme closed on Friday 27 November 2015.

During public consultation Council hosted 52 community activities, including 13 Open House information sessions, 12 Pop Up information sessions, 10 Key Stakeholder Group Briefings, and 17 Meet the Planner sessions.

Thousands of residents took advantage of these sessions at which Council Planners were available to answer questions concerning both property specific and city wide implications of the draft scheme.

Many thousand residents and ratepayers also visited the Draft Redland City Plan 2015 website to peruse the dozens of fact sheets available, to read the Draft Redland City Plan 2015 document itself, or to use the interactive mapping to find out what zones and overlays were proposed to apply to their property or other areas of interest in the city.

Redland City Plan timeline

Now that public consultation has closed, the huge task of assessing submissions on Draft Redland City Plan 2015 has begun.

Council officers will go through every submission, identify the key issues raised and make recommendations to Council.

A report on issues raised and proposed amendments will then be provided to the State Government and made available to submitters and the public.

Once the Minister approves the amended City Plan, it will be presented to the Council for adoption and commencement.

Until then, Council will continue to operate under the current Redlands Planning Scheme.

Update on City Plan timeline - May 2016

The review of over 6000 individual City Plan submissions is continuing within Council. Internal Councillor workshops are planned over the next three months to carefully review the plan details and responses to public submissions..

Following this detailed and intensive process, it is expected that the formal report on issues raised and proposed amendments may be completed in the fourth Quarter 2016 for submission to the State Government and to be made available to submitters and the public.




Surveys & Forms

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    City Plan Submission

    Make your say count

    Under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009, for a submission to be considered it must be 'properly made', which means the submission must:

    • be received during the public consultation period;
    • be in writing and, unless the submission is lodged electronically, be signed by each person who made the submission;
    • be made to the Redland City Council within the consultation period;
    • state the name and residential address of each person who made the submission; and
    • state the grounds of the submission and the facts and circumstances relied on in support of the grounds
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    Make your say count

    Under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009, for a submission to be considered it must be 'properly made', which means the submission must:

    • be received during the public consultation period;
    • be in writing and, unless the submission is lodged electronically, be signed by each person who made the submission;
    • be made to the Redland City Council within the consultation period;
    • state the name and residential address of each person who made the submission; and
    • state the grounds of the submission and the facts and circumstances relied on in support of the grounds
    Council encourages you to lodge your submission electronically for a more efficient data capture & review process.

    You can also attach your submission as a Portable Document Format (.pdf) or Word (.doc or .docx). Please note, this submission form can only be used for making a formal submission. Any questions you might have prior to your submission should be emailed to rcc@redland.qld.gov.au. Alternatively you can call Council on 07 3829 8999 and talk to a Customer Service Consultant, or book a one-on-one discussion with a planner.

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