City Plan Amendment v05.01/2017 - Superseded
Amendment v05.01/2017 was adopted by the Brisbane City Council on 14 March 2017 and came into effect on 24 March 2017. Amendment v05.01/2017 was an amendment to City Plan 2014 under s117(1) of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009.
Amendment v05.01/2017 minor and administrative amendment included:
- changes to sub-categories of the Transport Noise Corridor overlay (effected by state government legislative changes)
- minor updates to certain figures and maps, including adjusting affected maps due to LGA boundary changes
- addition of/correction to Editor's notes (explanatory matter).
Amendment v05.01/2017 was superseded by v06.00/2017 and preceded by the previously published Amendment v04.00/2016. Amendment v05.01/2017 as published included both v05.00/2017 and v05.01/2017 as both amendments took effect from 24 March 2017.
The table of amendments to City Plan 2014 - 24 March 2017 lists the details of the amendments. You can download the table of amendments to the City Plan 2014:
Notice of adoption of amendments to Brisbane City Plan 2014
- Public notice of adoption (Government Gazette) of Amendment v05.01/2017 to Brisbane City Plan 2014 (PDF - 788kb).
Superseded versions of City Plan 2014
View the superseded version 05.01/2017 of the City Plan.
Navigate through the following links to download the documents and maps from the superseded original City Plan 2014:
The documents are ordered within folders that broadly follow the structure of the ePlan. For example, Citation & commencement and Part 1 are contained within a folder named “Part 1”.
Zoning, overlay and plans for trunk infrastructure (PFTI) maps are presented as individual PDF map tiles that correspond to the relevant map tile grids for zoning/overlays and PFTI mapping. You can identify a properties map tile via the interactive mapping 'property report'. If you wish to identify a specific map tile for a suburb or area, use the 'suburbs by grid number' table on the zoning/overlay or PFTI pages.
Current version of City Plan 2014
The ePlan is the current electronic version of Brisbane City Plan 2014. Once you have your property report from our interactive map, you can read more about development requirements in Council's ePlan.