City Centre Interim Action Plan

Brisbane City Council is working with businesses and the community to strengthen the City Centre economy in the wake of coronavirus. The pandemic has impacted the way we live, work and relax in the City Centre, so Council is working on two new initiatives to help bring people back to the city to visit, shop and do business. One is a short-term City Centre Interim Action Plan and the other is the longer-term City Centre Master Plan.

Have your say

Have your say on the future of the City Centre by completing this survey by 20 April 2021.

A City Centre Interim Action Plan will be developed, based on feedback from businesses and the community. It will outline actions and ideas to revitalise the economy in the city centre and harness opportunities to attract further investment activation and visitation.

Have your say

Help Council understand the challenges facing the City Centre community and identify opportunities that will help shape the future of Queensland’s primary business hub and social heart.

Have your say on the future of the City Centre by completing this survey by 20 April 2021. 

In addition to informing City Centre Interim Action Plan actions, Council will use your feedback to start work on the updated City Centre Master Plan.

Project focus

Council is focusing on the below area for this project.

This project focuses on the City Centre, however Council’s Economic Recovery Taskforce is working to strengthen the broader, citywide economy. More information about the initiatives of the Economic Recovery Taskforce can be found on the Economic Recovery Taskforce page.

Timeline

Timeline for the City Centre Interim Action Plan
Early 2021 Council opens consultation on the City Centre Interim Action Plan.
Mid-Late 2021 Council shares the City Centre Interim Action Plan and reports on actions.

Priority projects in the city centre

The City Centre is already transforming – see the video below for projects already underway.

See below for information on key projects and initiatives which are helping to shape the future of the City Centre. 

Other City Plan amendments

To ensure City Plan stays up-to-date and effective, Council regularly provides new or amended information, including other neighbourhood plans or citywide updates. 

To stay informed about Brisbane City Plan 2014, register to receive Planning and Development email updates or sign up to Council's Your City, Your Say.

More information

For more information you can:

  • email the project team
  • phone Council on 07 3403 8888
  • write to:
    City Centre Master Plan
    Brisbane City Council
    GPO Box 1434
    Brisbane Qld 4001.
Last updated: 25 March 2021