Local Government Infrastructure Plan (previously called Priority Infrastructure Plan)
Future trunk infrastructure and trunk infrastructure upgrades are identified in Council’s Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP). This 20 year plan (2011-31) is aligned with anticipated growth in Brisbane City Plan 2014 (City Plan).
The LGIP predicts the infrastructure Brisbane will need to service its growing population and support healthy, well-functioning neighbourhoods. It provides developers with an indication of likely infrastructure required for proposed projects. It also assists Council in managing its extensive capital works program by identifying and planning for the delivery of trunk infrastructure over the long-term.
Trunk infrastructure covers the following networks:
- transport (e.g. roads, pathways, ferry terminals and bus stops)
stormwater (e.g. pipes and water quality treatment devices)
- community purposes (e.g. parks, sporting facilities)
- water (owned and operated by Queensland Urban Utilities)
- sewerage (owned and operated by Queensland Urban Utilities).
Implementation of the LGIP
The LGIP comes into effect during the development assessment process when trunk infrastructure is required or when development generates additional demand on trunk infrastructure networks.
Applicants may have the opportunity to offset the costs of providing trunk infrastructure against the adopted infrastructure charges levied on their development.
The Brisbane Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No.6) 2017 outlines the charges and how the process is administered. More information on infrastructure charges and offsets.
Review of the LGIP
As a result of changes to the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 in mid-2014 Council is developing a draft LGIP to replace the current version of the LGIP. The draft LGIP is required to be implemented by 1 July 2018 in order for Council to continue to levy charges on new development and impose conditions about trunk infrastructure.
The draft LGIP adopts a 10 year planning horizon (2016-2026) to align with Council’s Asset management plan and Long term financial forecast to better address the statutory financial sustainability requirements. To provide continued clarity about Brisbane’s long-term infrastructure planning beyond 2026, Council is also proposing a City Plan major amendment for long term infrastructure to support longer term growth.
|3 July 2017 – onwards||Brisbane Local Government Infrastructure Plan||Amendments to the Local Government Infrastructure Plan to replace terminology from the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 with terminology used in the Planning Act 2016.|
|24 March 2017 – 2 July 2017||Brisbane Priority Infrastructure Plan||Amendments to the PIP related to the inclusion of new infrastructure items associated with the Hemmant-Lytton Neighbourhood Plan.|
|18 November 2016 - 23 March 2017||Brisbane Priority Infrastructure Plan||Amendments to the PIP related to the inclusion of new infrastructure items associated with the Lower Oxley Creek North Neighbourhood Plan.|
|13 May 2016 - 17 November 2016||Brisbane Priority Infrastructure Plan||Amendments to the PIP related to the inclusion of new infrastructure items associated with the Albion Neighbourhood Plan.|
|19 February - 12 May 2016||Brisbane Priority Infrastructure Plan||Amendments to the PIP related to the inclusion of new local road and park trunk infrastructure items associated with the Taringa Neighbourhood Plan.|
|30 June 2014 to 18 February 2016||Brisbane Priority Infrastructure Plan||This version of the PIP was the first version of the plan in Brisbane City Plan 2014.|
For earlier versions of the PIP (prior to 30 June 2014), visit Superseded Brisbane City Plan 2000.