Delivering Brisbane's Future Blueprint

Brisbane is a great place to live, work and relax. It's no wonder our city is growing, with more people than ever wanting to call Brisbane home. Together we've achieved a lot, but there's more work to be done. With 1300 people moving to Brisbane each month, we're committed to working with the community to carefully plan for our future.

Brisbane's Future Blueprint was released in June 2018 following an overwhelming response from the community. More than 100,000 people had their say and put forward more than 15,000 ideas to improve our city. The document provided a plan with eight principles and 40 clear actions to guide decisions and make sure our friendly and liveable city thrives.

To date, we have made great progress and are acting on our commitments to the community. Read about how we're delivering our plan.

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Principle 1: Create a city of neighbourhoods

Village Precinct Projects

Action 1.1: Improve the amenity of local retail villages with upgraded paths, trees, seating and lighting.

Council's Village Precinct Projects breathe new life into local shopping centre precincts, drawing people into the hub of their suburb, close to the services they need and the lifestyle and leisure options they want. Village Precinct Projects include Jindalee, Hamilton, Gaythorne, Wavell Heights, Inala, Seven Hills and Sunnybank.

Read more about the Village Precinct Projects.

Local Business Partnership Initiatives

Council's Local Business Partnership Initiative enables business owners and operators to collaborate with Council to identify opportunities that will improve investment and create sustainable local economies. Local Business Partnership Initiatives include Sandgate, Stones Corner, Wynnum, Nundah and Moorooka.

Read about Local Business Partnership Initiatives

Outdoor Gallery

Action 1.2: Partner with local businesses to bring unused space and laneways to life.

Council has partnered with artists and collaborated with the creative industry to create the Outdoor Gallery. The Outdoor Gallery transforms Brisbane's laneways and city streets into imaginative, curious and engaging spaces. Comprising of light boxes, banners and evening projections, the Outdoor Gallery displays art outside in city streets instead of inside gallery walls.  2019 Outdoor Gallery programs include the Women's Work exhibition, Indigenous Art Program exhibition Shared Connections, the 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT9) and APT9 Kids exhibition artwork. 

Read more about the Outdoor Gallery.

City of Lights initiative

Council’s City of Lights initiative aims to activate the city by bringing spaces to life and people together to celebrate our enviable lifestyle, support small businesses and create a strong local economy. Locations delivered in 2018-19 include Auchenflower, Kelvin Grove, Moorooka, Mount Gravatt, Windsor and Wynnum West.

Read more about Council’s City of Lights initiative.

Find out about the lighting up of other Council assets including Story Bridge, Brisbane City Hall and William Jolly Bridge.

Creative Lighting Grant Scheme

Council’s Creative Lighting Grant Scheme assists private property owners and groups to deliver creative lighting outcomes across the city with an emphasis on three themes: ‘Lighting for Occasion, Identity and Discovery’.

Read more about the Creative Lighting Grant Scheme.

Village precinct activations

As part of Council's Village Precinct Projects, Council partnered with the local community and businesses to celebrate community, showcase local businesses and activate underutilised spaces for residents and visitors to enjoy. Activation locations have included Brisbane City, Gaythorne, Inala, Jindalee and Wavell Heights.

Brisbane Food Trucks Initiative

Action 1.3: Bring more markets to the suburbs by expanding the Brisbane Food Trucks program.

Council is making it easier for Brisbane’s food trucks to operate across the city. Council’s Brisbane Food Trucks Initiative aims to support the Gourmet Food Truck industry and provide residents with unique and creative food experiences that celebrate our cultural diversity and subtropical climate. An additional Gourmet Food Truck site at Biami Yumba Park, Fig Tree Pocket has been identified and other locations are being explored.

Read more about Brisbane Food Trucks including how to start a Gourmet Food Truck business or find a Gourmet Food Truck near you.

Council commenced small business fee cuts on 1 July 2019. Discounts of 10% are available for some fees and charges that existing businesses may pay, and higher discounts of 50% and 100% are applicable to other fees and charges typically paid by new businesses, encouraging Brisbane start-ups to thrive and grow. This discount applies to eligible food trucks and other small businesses. 

Council also continues to work with the Queensland Government to make it easier for Gourmet Food Trucks to trade on trust parkland dedicated for community purposes.

Principle 2: Protect and create greenspace

Brisbane. Clean, Green, Sustainable 2017-2031

Action 2.1: Protect and increase Brisbane's natural habitat from 37% to 40% by 2031.

Brisbane. Clean, Green, Sustainable 2017-2031 highlights our city's key sustainability achievements and outlines future targets and commitments to drive us towards a cleaner, greener and more sustainable city.

Read more about Brisbane. Clean, Green, Sustainable 2017-2031

Environmental Offsets and Restoration program

In line with Brisbane. Clean, Green, Sustainable 2017-2031, Council is currently undertaking planting and restoration works across Brisbane as part of the Offsets and Restoration program. The Offsets and Restoration program plays a vital role in helping Council achieve its goal of 40% natural habitat cover on mainland Brisbane by 2031.

Read more about environmental offsets.

Bushland Acquisition

Delivery of Council’s Bushland Acquisition program continues and is on track to acquire an additional 750 hectares of bushland in 2020. 

Read more about bushland acquisition.

Wildlife Movement Solutions

Council continues to protect Brisbane’s wildlife habitat. Wildlife movement solutions have been installed at a number of locations across the city including Whites Hill Reserve and Belmont Hills bushland in 2019.

Read more about Wildlife Movement Solutions.

Significant landscape tree protection

Council is proposing amendments to Brisbane City Plan 2014 - Major amendment package E to support changes to the significant landscape tree overlay to provide additional protection to trees across the city.

Read about City Plan amendments adopted and in progress.

School Sport and Recreation Facility Upgrade Program

Action 2.2: Work with schools and P&Cs to open up ovals to community groups outside school hours.

Council and Education Queensland’s School Sport and Recreation Facility Upgrade Program provides financial assistance to Brisbane state schools to fund the upgrade of existing school sport and recreation facilities to increase community and school use.

Read more about the School Sport and Recreation Facility Upgrade Program.

The Brisbane Off-Road Cycling project

Action 2.3: Open up under-used public land for community sport and recreation.

Council is creating a city-wide plan to provide off-road cycling facilities for children, adults and families within bushland reserves and parks.

The project aims to meet the needs of the rapidly growing off-road cycling community by developing a plan to provide a safe, well-planned and connected outdoor recreation network that is accessible. The plan would also cater to children, adults, families and people of varying abilities.

Read more about the Brisbane Off-Road Cycling project.

Foreshore Dog Off-Leash Area project

Council and the Queensland Government’s Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service are working together to investigate options to establish and manage foreshore dog off-leash areas.

Suburban foreshores that may be included as potential sites for foreshore dog off-leash areas include, Brighton, Sandgate, Shorncliffe, Nudgee Beach, Wynnum, Manly and Lota. 

Read more about Foreshore Dog Off-Leash Areas in Brisbane.

Drone racing and model aeroplanes

Council’s Parks Policy and Planning team worked with Council’s landfill remediation experts and parks coordinators to relocate an existing model aero club to the top of the remediated landfill site at Bill Brown Sports Reserve in Bracken Ridge. The club has been issued with a park use consent to use a specified flying area on top of the landfill site for a trial period of three months. A second flying area has also been identified on top of the landfill site and is being trialled by a drone racing group who have been looking for a site for more than a year. Both groups are working together to ensure their operations run smoothly side by side. Events held by both groups on 28 July 2019 indicate the activation of this space is progressing well.

Rooftop gardens for new developments

Action 2.4: Make it easier for new developments to include rooftop gardens and green open space.

Council is currently reviewing Brisbane City Plan 2014 and developing amendments to encourage the addition of a rooftop amenity space, including rooftop gardens for new developments.

Street Tree Planting program

Action 2.5: Provide more shade trees around bus stops and along walkways.

Council's ongoing Street Tree Planting program provides benefits that are important to the city's liveability and subtropical landscape character. Street trees help provide cooler, greener, more comfortable pathways and bus stops, and encourage active transport options including walking and cycling. Since June 2018, Council has planted more than 12,800 street trees.

Since June 2018, 1943 volunteers attended nine Council Community Street Tree Planting events, with more than 2000 new street trees planted across Brisbane.

Read more about street tree planting.

Principle 3: Create more to see and do

Community park improvements

Action 3.1: Create new community parks in Brisbane's suburbs with facilities for the local community to enjoy.

Proposed new parks and park improvements are part of Council's commitment to keeping Brisbane clean and green, and making our liveable city sustainable for future generations. Projects include Ascot ParkWest End Riverside ParklandsWally Tate Park, Runcorn, Wakerley District Sports Park, Witton Barracks Playground, Indooroopilly, Moggill Districts Sports Park and Ferny Grove Aqua Park.

Read more about future park and reserve improvement projects.

Victoria Park Vision

Council is growing your Brisbane lifestyle by turning Victoria Park into a world-class parkland, giving you more to see and do in a clean and green Brisbane.

Creating Brisbane’s biggest new park in 50 years means more opportunities to enjoy Brisbane’s beautiful climate and connect with family and friends in the places that make our city great. The enhanced park will be more than double the size of the City Botanic Gardens, helping to make Brisbane an even better place to live and relax.

Read more about Victoria Park Vision.

Fresh food markets

Action 3.2: Bring new fresh food markets to Brisbane, including a new seafood market.

Council is helping deliver thousands of markets, festivals and events each year. Taking place right across the city, Brisbane’s fresh food markets are an opportunity to buy produce such as fruits and vegetables, seafood, meats, breads, cakes and other locally grown or made produce.

In July 2019, Council launched a new inner-city fresh food market at Cathedral Square. The Brisbane City Markets take place every Thursday and brings farmers, growers and artisans from all over south-east Queensland together at one convenient CBD location. Brisbane’s food and agricultural industry is expanding, and the city is reaping the rewards from continued investment.

Brisbane is continuing to investigate the feasibility of a commercial fish market and engagement with industry and landowners is continuing. The city welcomes new opportunities that add more things to see and do in Brisbane.

Read more about Brisbane City Markets.

River Recreation Hubs

Action 3.3: Bring our river to life with more access and infrastructure for recreation, tourism and events.

Council is committed to improving access to the Brisbane River and promoting an active and healthy lifestyle. As part of this commitment, Council is delivering new multipurpose river-based infrastructure to accommodate a range of recreation activities, tourism and events.

River Recreation Hubs include, New FarmWest EndDutton Park, Murarrie and City Botanic Gardens. These are the first of the new-look river-based facilities as part of the River Access Network. 

Read more about River Recreation Hubs.

Mt Coot-tha green leisure precinct

Action 3.4: Make Mt Coot-tha a leisure and adventure precinct with new picnic areas and trails.

Council is protecting and enhancing Mt Coot-tha by creating a green leisure precinct with more trees, picnic areas and walking trails. 

Read more about Mt Coot-tha precinct projects.

BrisStyle Twilight Markets

Action 3.5: Bring more festivals and markets to the suburbs.

Council continues to support local talent and ensure there's more to see and do. Residents and visitors will be able to discover some of the best of Brisbane's thriving creative community, allowing them to connect with local makers and designers, giving them an opportunity to purchase quality handmade products at the only event of its kind in Brisbane.

Read more about BrisStyle Twilight Markets.


Botanica transformed the City Botanic Gardens into an outdoor gallery in May 2019. This temporary open-air exhibition invited audiences to uncover a stunning series of installations set among the beauty of Queensland's premier heritage garden, the City Botanic Gardens.

Read more about Botanica, including more things to see and do in Brisbane.

Principle 4: Protect the Brisbane backyard and our unique character

Townhouse and apartment zoning

Action 4.1: Restrict townhouses and apartments being built in areas for single homes.

Council is proposing amendments to Brisbane City Plan 2014 – Major amendment package H to restrict townhouses and apartments being located in single-home areas.

Read about City Plan amendments adopted and in progress

Suburban development

Action 4.2: Ensure that suburban development fits in with its surroundings.

Council continues to audit the Emerging community zoned land and rezone where appropriate. Brisbane City Plan 2014 – Minor amendment packages F, G and H have resulted in more than 1900 parcels of land being rezoned from emerging community to the low density residential zone.

Read about City Plan amendments adopted and in progress.

Property setbacks

Action 4.3: Preserve the space between homes by ensuring minimum setbacks on property boundaries.

Council is reviewing setback provisions within Brisbane City Plan 2014 and is continuing to engage with the Queensland Government about setbacks, including for houses.

Character and heritage protection laws

Action 4.4: Protect our character and heritage by demanding greater enforcement powers and penalties from the Queensland Government.

Council sought greater enforcement powers from the Queensland Government to protect Brisbane's character and heritage for future generations. The Queensland Government granted Council new powers to issue repair and maintenance notices to protect local heritage-listed places. The Queensland Heritage Amendment Regulation 2019 took effect in March 2019, thereby enabling Council to give repair and maintenance notices.

Read about protecting heritage places.

Principle 5: Ensure best practice design that complements the character of Brisbane

Low-to-medium density residential design

Action 5.1: Mandate best practice design that fits surroundings and meets community standards.

Council has prepared a draft design guide for low-to-medium density residential development. The design guide provides advice and support to encourage quality design of townhouses and apartments up to five storeys and complements Brisbane City Plan 2014 by identifying key design processes and elements to be considered in the design of low-to-medium density housing.

Read more about the draft New World City Design Guide - Subtropical homes for a Brisbane lifestyle.

Design rating scheme

Action 5.2: Create a design rating scheme to ensure buildings comply with higher design standards.

Council has prepared Design-led City - a design strategy for Brisbane which recognises the need to incentivise design excellence through a design rating scheme.

Read more about the Design-led City - a design strategy for Brisbane.

Increase tree planting and deep landscaping areas

Action 5.3: Increase the required areas for tree planting and deep landscaping in new development.

Council is proposing amendments to Brisbane City Plan 2014 - Major amendment package E to increase the required dimensions of deep planting in multiple dwellings.

Read more about City Plan amendments adopted and in progress.

Design requirements for townhouses

Action 5.4: Stop cookie-cutter townhouses by limiting repeated designs.

Council is reviewing Brisbane City Plan 2014 to strengthen design requirements for townhouses.

Design Brisbane

Action 5.5 Establish a Brisbane Design Office to implement a new design strategy for Brisbane.

Council's new design office, Design Brisbane, commenced in November 2018.

Council is publishing Design-led City – a design strategy for Brisbane. The document will outline the priorities and design values to guide design outcomes for all development and infrastructure projects, and identifies actions to support, regulate, reward and implement quality design in Brisbane.

Read more about the Design-led City - a design strategy for Brisbane.

Preserve our city’s heritage places and designs

Action 5.6: Preserve our city’s Queenslanders and other traditional designs.

Council is proposing amendments to Brisbane City Plan 2014 – Major amendment package F (Heritage places and city views amendment) which includes the protection of more local heritage places and pre-1911 homes.

Read about City Plan amendments adopted and in progress how to nominate a place for Council’s heritage register.

Principle 6: Empower and engage residents

Website development/improvements

Action 6.1: Give residents better access to development information and history with a new easy to use website.

Action 6.2: Create an alert system that makes it easier for residents to stay up to date with development.

Council continues to investigate new ways to improve residents’ engagement experience, including access to planning and development information and alerts to keep residents up-to-date and informed.

Intergenerational Planning Forum

Action 6.3: Convene an Annual Intergenerational Planning Forum to hear from the community directly.

The 2019 Intergenerational Planning Forum was held on 29 May 2019. The intention of the forum was to determine what ‘liveability in Brisbane’ means to residents. The forum included interactive sessions with demographer Bernard Salt, Howard Smith Wharves CEO, Luke Fraser, and Future Anything founder, Nicole Dyson. 

The forum generated more than 400 ideas from the attendees about how we can continue to enhance Brisbane’s liveability across the city.

You can view a short video of the forum that showcases moments from the event including speakers who presented and attendees participating in activities and discussions. The video was presented at the 2019 Asia Pacific Cities Summit, where more than 1480 delegates from around the region learnt more about our great city.

New engagement technology

Action 6.4: Continue to explore new technology to better engage with residents.

Council trialled, a live response/engagement technology tool, to increase audience interactions and participation at the Intergenerational Planning Forum in May 2019, and to capture participant feedback about liveability in Brisbane.

Your City Your Say is Council’s 24/7 online engagement hub where residents can have a say on things that affect the community. Council extended its online engagement technology in August 2019 as part of the Victoria Park Vision community engagement. New technology included ‘Visionary Ideas, Stories and Image’ tools to allow the community to share their ideas and experiences.

Read more about Victoria Park Vision.

Character Design Forum

Action 6.5: Create a specific Character Design Forum for residents to guide the preservation of our city's Queenslanders and other traditional designs.

Residents had their say on extensions and adaptions to Queenslanders and other traditional houses at Council’s Character Design Forum in late 2018, which was continued online until early 2019. Council is now developing a design guide to illustrate the key design principles identified through the Character Design Forum to inform better design outcomes when extending or altering traditional houses.

Read more about the Character Design Forum.

Principle 7: Get people home quicker and safer with more travel options

Brisbane Metro

Action 7.1: Deliver the new 21km, high frequency Brisbane Metro with 18 stations and two dedicated lines from Eight Mile Plains to Roma Street and Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital to St Lucia.

Brisbane Metro is a key part of Council's plan to get you home quicker and safer, with more travel options, less congestion and better public transport. With services every three minutes in peak hour and operating 24 hours on weekends, Brisbane Metro will get you home up to 50% quicker. 

Construction of Council’s Brisbane Metro project provides the opportunity to deliver improvements to Adelaide Street, Brisbane City including pedestrian and streetscape upgrades.

Read more about the Brisbane Metro and Adelaide Street Vision.

Car parking in suburban areas

Council is proposing amendments to Brisbane City Plan 2014 – amendment package K to increase car parking for suburban multiple dwellings.

Read about City Plan amendments adopted and in progress.

Transport Plan for Brisbane and Implementation Plan 2018

Council is continuing to progress the delivery of Transport Plan for Brisbane – Implementation Plan 2018, including key initiatives such as Shared Transport, Safe Travel Together, Move Safe Brisbane, and Green Bridges.

Read about the Transport Plan for Brisbane and the Implementation Plan 2018.

Move Safe Brisbane – Pedestrian Safety Review

Move Safe Brisbane is one of the key initiatives in Council’s Transport Plan for Brisbane – Implementation Plan 2018. As part of this initiative, Council conducted the Citywide Pedestrian Safety Review to identify actions to improve safety for pedestrians. Implementation has commenced, including Albert Street, Brisbane City scramble crossings, a reduction in the speed limit on Ann Street, Brisbane City, Village precinct speed reductions at Stones Corner, Corinda, Hawthorne, Sandgate, Moorooka and Indooroopilly, and a new signalised pedestrian crossing on Adelaide Street, Brisbane City.

Read more about Move Safe Brisbane – Pedestrian Safety Review.

Green Bridges

Council’s 2019-20 Budget included $6.1 million to begin planning for five new green bridges which will make it even easier for you to get around our city. The new bridges will link Kangaroo Point to the CBD, Toowong to West End, St Lucia to West End, as well as a new crossing over Breakfast Creek at Newstead, and across the Brisbane River near Bellbowrie.

Read about the new Green Bridges.

Bikeway projects

Council is delivering bikeway projects to create new lifestyle and leisure opportunities. Bikeway projects include dedicated bikeways and active travel options, such as the Woolloongabba Bikeway, Kangaroo Point Bikeway, North Brisbane Bikeway, Moreton Bay Cycleway, Indooroopilly Bikeway and the City Botanic Gardens Riverwalk.

Read more about current and completed bikeway projects and cycling in Brisbane.

Speed Awareness Monitor Program

Council’s Speed Awareness Monitors (SAM) Program is part of Council's commitment to making Brisbane's streets safer. The program also aligns with Council’s Transport Plan for Brisbane – Strategic Directions, by implementing local safety improvements in residential neighbourhoods, school zones and high pedestrian activity areas to change motorist behaviour and reduce speeding in our suburbs.

Local Area Traffic Management

Council’s Local Area Traffic Management (LATM), also known as traffic calming, includes the construction of devices such as speed platforms, roundabouts, traffic islands and kerb build-outs to provide a safe environment for pedestrians and cyclists, discourage non-local traffic in neighbourhood streets and moderate vehicle speeds.

Light Emitting Diode Road Signs Program

Council’s Light Emitting Diode (LED) Road Signs Program is a road safety initiative that involves the installation of permanent, highly visible LED road signs at known accident and traffic hotspots throughout Brisbane to reduce the number of accidents and near misses.

Road Resurfacing Program

Council’s $360 million, 2000 Smoother Suburban Streets investment is in the final year of its four-year Road Resurfacing Program and on target to be delivered in 2019-20 with more than $72 million allocated to finish this term’s funding commitment. Our roads are one of our most critical assets, which is why Council continues to prioritise their maintenance.

Read more about road safety programs and current road and intersection upgrades.

School transport and safety

Council continues to support and deliver initiatives and programs that protect our children and encourage safety on the roads around our schools. Programs include Active School Travel, School Traffic Management Plans and Improvements, Enhanced School Zone Signage and School Travel Infrastructure.

Read more about school transport and safe roads around schools.

Car sharing

Action 7.4: Expand car-sharing facilities to make it easier to not own a car in the inner city.

Council is proposing amendments to Brisbane City Plan 2014 - Major amendment package E to support car sharing within suitable locations.

Read more about City Plan amendments adopted and in progress.

Public transport and bus priority initiatives

Action 7.5: Deliver better public transport for the suburbs.

Council is continuing to progress the delivery of Transport Plan for Brisbane – Implementation Plan 2018, including key initiatives such as On-road Bus Priority, Inner city transport network plan, and Connecting Brisbane - Public Transport Plan.

Read about the Transport Plan for Brisbane and the Implementation Plan 2018.

Delivery and deployment of new high capacity buses

Action 7.5: Deliver better public transport for the suburbs.

Council delivered ten new 18-metre articulated high-capability buses since June 2018. A further ten new articulated buses will be delivered in 2020. Council continues to deliver new buses with dual rear doors and passenger USB charging ports as standard features.

Read more about Council’s bus fleet and improving transport options.

Bus Stop Accessibility Improvement Program

Council's Bus Stop Accessibility Improvement Program involves upgrading the bus stop network to provide improved accessibility, ensuring all bus stops in Brisbane meet accessibility requirements by 2022. Council has upgraded more than 470 bus stops since June 2018.

Read more about the Bus Stop Accessibility Improvement Program.


Council is building a new a double-decker CityCat vessel. CityCat 22 represents the evolution of river travel and enhances the passenger experience. This is all part of Council’s plan to deliver a modern public transport network with six double-decker CityCats to join the fleet in the future.

Read more about CityCat22, CityCat, SpeedyCat and ferry services.

Centenary suburbs public transport research

Council undertook research in Brisbane’s Centenary suburbs to understand the community's experiences and views using public transport in their area. The aim of the research was to better understand the community's public transport needs and improvements that may need to occur. Improvements to some public transport services and a trial of personalised public transport services were implemented in August 2019. 

Read more about bus projects and studies.

Mt Coot-tha Shuttle

Council will be providing a new shuttle service at Mt Coot-tha so visitors can easily travel between key destinations on the mountain.

Read more about Mt Coot-tha’s shuttle bus service.

Principle 8: Give people more choice when it comes to housing 

Housing strategy

Action 8.2: Create and implement a housing strategy to ensure supply for people at every stage of life.

Council has commenced research to support the development of a housing strategy.

Rates discounts

Action 8.3: Help Brisbane residents own their own home by continuing rates discounts for owner-occupiers and continuing the most generous pensioner rates discount in Australia.

Council continues to offer the most generous pensioner rates discounts (remissions) in Australia.

Read more about pensioner discounts and other discounts, remission and exemptions.

Council is making housing more affordable for residents to own their own home through the Lord Mayor's new First Home Buyer Remission scheme. The new discount announced as part of the Lord Mayor's 2019-20 budget will commence on 1 October 2019, offering a 50% reduction on Council rates for first home buyers.

Read more about First Home Buyer Remission scheme.

Retirement and Aged Care Incentives Scheme

Action 8.4: Cater for an ageing population with a Retirement and Aged Care Incentive Scheme.

The Lord Mayor announced in May 2019 that the Retirement Living and Aged Care Accommodation Incentive Scheme will be extended by 12 months until 31 December 2020.

Read more about the Retirement and Aged Care Incentive Scheme.

Retirement and Aged Care Amendment package

Council’s Retirement and Aged Care Amendment package commenced in May 2019. The amendments package established a more streamlined approach to building, extending or upgrading retirement facilities and aged care facilities and encourages new facilities in preferred locations that meet best-practice design requirements.

Read more about City Plan amendments adopted and in progress.

Housing target reporting

The Queensland Government's Land Supply and Development Monitoring Report was released on 21 Dec 2018 and was informed by Council’s data. Council will continue to assist the Queensland Government with annual Land Supply and Development reporting. 

Last updated:1 October 2019