Banyo-Northgate Neighbourhood Plan | Brisbane City Council

Banyo-Northgate Neighbourhood Plan

Following input and feedback from residents, Brisbane City Council has prepared a draft neighbourhood plan for the Banyo-Northgate area, which also includes parts of Nudgee, Nundah, Virginia and Hendra.

Once complete, the neighbourhood plan will form part of Brisbane City Plan 2014 to guide future development in line with the local community's vision and priorities.

Now is the final chance to have your say on the draft plan, with submissions open until 5pm on Monday 17 December 2018.

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Download the Banyo-Northgate draft Neighbourhood Plan maps and figures:

How to have your say

  1. Read the draft neighbourhood plan full document to find out how the draft plan might affect you and your local area.
  2. Download the factsheet about how to make a submission. You can also download a variety of factsheets explaining City Plan terms and concepts.
  3. Lodge your submission by 5pm on Monday 17 December 2018:

Your submission can be as short or as long as you like. However, it must be made in writing, include your name and address, and be lodged via the methods above.

Come and talk to us

Drop in at the sessions below to view the information display, or book a 15 minute meeting to speak one-on-one with a Council planner.

Date Time Location
Wednesday 21 November 2018 2-4pm Northgate Hall, Corner of Scott and Ridge Streets, Northgate

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Wednesday 21 November 2018 5-7pm Northgate Hall, Corner of Scott and Ridge Streets, Northgate

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Saturday 24 November 2018 9am-12 noon Virginia Golf Club, Elliot road, Banyo

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Plan overview

The draft plan aims to guide the area's future change and growth, in a way that complements its character while encouraging more local jobs, services and activities. The key outcomes from the draft plan are to:

  • Protect nine additional heritage properties and ensure 117 additional properties maintain their street's traditional building character.
  • Create more space for businesses to expand and host up to 5000 new jobs, and support two future employment precincts at Northgate and Bindha.
  • Ensure that industrial activities important for Brisbane's jobs and economy can continue to thrive in the area.
  • Allow the Banyo centre to expand and provide more local services.
  • Plan for new housing, particularly new railway stations.

Banyo-Northgate Neighbourhood Plan area

View the Banyo-Northgate Neighbourhood Plan area in a larger map.

The boundaries of the Banyo-Northgate plan area include:

  • Nundah Creek and the Virginia Golf Club to the north
  • the East-West Arterial Road to the south
  • Southern Cross Way and the Gateway Motorway to the east
  • Sandgate Road and the Toombul-Nundah Neighbourhood Plan to the west.

You can also download the Banyo-Northgate Neighbourhood Plan area (PDF - 438kb).

Timeline

Late 2016 to mid 2017

Background research - in summary:

  • 1109 online survey responses
  • 3 Community Planning Team meetings
  • 3 information kiosks.

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27 October to 8 December 2017

Release of draft strategy - in summary:

  • 49 submissions made by email, letter or in person
  • 64 online survey responses which included a mix of 'ratings' and comments
  • 18 survey responses which included satisfaction ratings
  • 4 information kiosks
  • 1 Community Planning Team meeting.

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Early-mid 2018

First draft of the neighbourhood plan:

Council prepared a draft neighbourhood plan to amend city Plan based on community input and further technical reviews of the area. The Queensland Government then completed a state interest review and approved the draft plan for public notification and final community submissions.

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November 2018

Submissions period:

Release of the draft neighbourhood plan for final community submissions, open until 5pm on Monday 17 December 2018.

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Mid-late 2019

Council adoption and inclusion in Brisbane City Plan 2014.

Brisbane's Future Blueprint

After input from more than 100,000 residents, in June 2018 Council released Brisbane's Future Blueprint with eight principles to guide decisions for Brisbane. One of these principles is creating a city of neighbourhoods where residents are close to the services they need and the lifestyle and leisure options they want.

Council creates plans like the Banyo-Northgate Neighbourhood Plan to help make this long-term vision a reality.

Register for updates

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More information

For more information about the Banyo-Northgate Neighbourhood Plan, you can:

02 November 2018