Local Government Infrastructure Plan to 2027

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Redland City Council has prepared a Draft Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) amendment outlining the type, timing and location of planned trunk infrastructure for the city to 2027.

The LGIP is a statutory planning requirement that establishes a sustainable program of local higher order infrastructure necessary to support population and employment growth, including water, sewer, transport, storm water, parks and land for community facilities.

The LGIP is a key component of a local planning scheme and this updated infrastructure plan will form part of the new Redland City Plan once both have been through the necessary approval process.

Have your say on the LGIP

  • View the reports (located in the document library), maps and make a formal submission,
  • Write to Council at: Redland City Council, PO Box 21, Cleveland Qld, 4163

Hard copies of the Draft LGIP are also available for viewing at the Cleveland, Capalaba and Victoria Point Customer Service Centre.

Redland City Council has prepared a Draft Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) amendment outlining the type, timing and location of planned trunk infrastructure for the city to 2027.

The LGIP is a statutory planning requirement that establishes a sustainable program of local higher order infrastructure necessary to support population and employment growth, including water, sewer, transport, storm water, parks and land for community facilities.

The LGIP is a key component of a local planning scheme and this updated infrastructure plan will form part of the new Redland City Plan once both have been through the necessary approval process.

Have your say on the LGIP

  • View the reports (located in the document library), maps and make a formal submission,
  • Write to Council at: Redland City Council, PO Box 21, Cleveland Qld, 4163

Hard copies of the Draft LGIP are also available for viewing at the Cleveland, Capalaba and Victoria Point Customer Service Centre.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

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