LGIP components, extrinsic material and supporting documents

The Local government infrastructure plan (LGIP) represents around 1,000 future projects worth $2 billion to deliver new infrastructure for stormwater, transport, parks and land for community facilities from 2016 to 2026. The LGIP came into effect on 29 June 2018.

In August 2023, Council proposed changes to ensure the LGIP complies with statutory requirements, is accurate, relevant and aligned with Council’s current budget priorities.

Community consultation on the proposed changes (known as LGIP amendment 1B) closed on 14 September 2023.

Other proposed changes to the Infrastructure design planning scheme policy (IDPSP) and the Transport, access, parking and servicing planning scheme policy (TAPSPSP), which include consequential changes as a result of LGIP amendment 1B, were also open to the community for consultation that closed on 14 September 2023.

Council will now consider all submissions before finalising these plans for adoption. Council will write to everyone who has made a submission once all feedback has been reviewed.

Last updated: 15 September 2023

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