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Kangaroo Point Peninsula Neighbourhood Plan

Following input and feedback from residents, Brisbane City Council has prepared a draft update to the Kangaroo Point Peninsula Neighbourhood Plan. Once complete, it will become part of Brisbane City Plan 2014 (City Plan) and set guidelines for future development in the area.

Now is the final chance to have your say on the draft plan, with submissions open until 5pm on Monday 19 November 2018.

Highlights of the draft neighbourhood plan include:

  • maintaining strong building height controls to preserve views to and from the Story Bridge
  • rezoning land under the Story Bridge from High density residential to Community purposes to promote the creative use of space underneath the bridge
  • facilitating mixed-use development in focused areas along Main Street to promote new businesses and services
  • protecting two additional properties through the City Plan Heritage Overlay
  • protecting more trees through the City Plan Significant Landscape Tree Overlay.

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How to have your say

  1. Read the draft neighbourhood plan document, maps and figures above to find out how the draft plan might affect you.
  2. Download the factsheet about how to make a submission. You can also download information about City Plan terms and concepts.
  3. Send in your submission by 5pm, Monday 19 November 2018 by email or by post to Urban Renewal, Brisbane City Council, GPO Box 1434, Brisbane QLD 4001.

The neighbourhood plan is a legal document, so feedback received over the phone or in person cannot be considered as a formal submission.

Kangaroo Point Peninsula neighbourhood plan area

View the Kangaroo Point Peninsula Neighbourhood Plan area in a larger map.

The neighbourhood plan area is the inner-city peninsula of Kangaroo Point, bounded by the Brisbane River, Mowbray Park, Shafston Avenue and the southern boundary of St Vincent’s Private Hospital.

Community engagement

Neighbourhood planning involves Council and the community working together and there have been a number of opportunities to have your say during the plan’s development. The below table lists community input so far.

6 October to 4 November 2016 Online survey

30 November 2016

Community Planning Team meeting
9 March 2017 Community Planning Team meeting
23 October 2017 Community Planning Team meeting
27 October to 8 December 2017 Draft renewal strategy released for feedback
4 and 29 November 2017 Information kiosks at locations within the neighbourhood plan area
5 October to 19 November 2018 Draft plan open for public consultation


Late 2016 to mid-2017

Background research and strategy development.

CPT nominations opened 6 October 2016 and closed 4 November 2016.

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You can also view the Kangaroo Point 1986-2015 video presentation.

October to December 2017

Kangaroo Point Peninsula Draft Renewal Strategy released and community consultation opened 27 October to 8 December 2017.

View a video of the renewal strategy highlights on YouTube.

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March to August 2018 First Queensland Government review.
October to November 2018

Draft neighbourhood plan open for public consultation. 

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Early 2019 Second Queensland Government state interests review.
Mid-2019 Adoption and inclusion as part of 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 Brisbane’s future growth. 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 Kangaroo Point Peninsula Neighbourhood Plan to help make this long-term vision a reality. 

Register for updates

To keep up-to-date on the Kangaroo Point Peninsula Neighbourhood plan, register for updates. 

To stay informed about City Plan, subscribe to the Planning and Development e-newsletter to receive updates or sign up to Council's Your City, Your Say.

More information

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05 October 2018