Neighbourhood plans are created by Brisbane City Council, with input from residents and business owners. They are legal documents that guide development in an area and sit within Council's planning scheme, Brisbane City Plan 2014.

Local environmental, social and economic factors are considered, along with the management of population growth, when preparing a neighbourhood plan. The plans can help facilitate economic prosperity, protect character development, provide for open space, include standards for new development and reflect improved infrastructure such as new transport routes.

Newstead North

Council has created a draft neighbourhood plan for Newstead North. View the plan and provide feedback.

Spring Hill

Public consultation is open on the draft Spring Hill Neighbourhood Plan. View the plan and provide your feedback before Friday 2 June.

Citywide amendments

Submissions on proposed changes to biodiversity provisions and pre-1911 buildings in Brisbane City Plan 2014 are now open.

City Centre

Council has adopted the new City Centre Neighbourhood Plan, which will be effective from 24 March.

Hemmant-Lytton

Council has adopted the new Hemmant-Lytton Neighbourhood Plan, which will be effective from 24 March.

Urban Futures

The Urban Futures Brisbane Board provides Council with expert advice on planning projects in Brisbane.

Plans in progress

Find neighbourhood plans and other local planning projects in your area.

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Planning - the big picture

Learn about state and local government responsibilities for urban planning.

03 May 2017