The Lower Oxley Creek South Neighbourhood Plan was adopted by Brisbane City Council on 13 August 2013 and came into effect on 30 August 2013. This plan is now a legal document and forms part of Brisbane City Plan 2000. The plan regulates how land within the area can be used and developed in the future. The plan:
- provides a balance between protecting and enhancing ecological values and facilitating urban development
- provides housing diversity, housing choice and promotes ageing in place
- ensures existing rural activities are not prejudiced by new urban development
- ensures development manages flood risk in accordance with accepted standards
- encourages new industrial development in locations where land use conflict can be avoided
- promotes rehabilitation and remediation of extractive industry sites
- provides a well-connected open space network and promote active transport networks
- provides consolidated ecological corridors around Oxley and Blunder Creeks and protect koala habitat in accordance with State Planning Policy 2/10 – Koala Conservation in South East Queensland
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Frequently asked questions
Council has developed a list of frequently asked questions (Word - 160kb) to help answer any questions you might have about the Lower Oxley Creek South Neighbourhood Plan.
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