Lower Oxley Creek South Neighbourhood Plan Community Engagement
Brisbane City Council has been working with the local community since August 2009 to produce a neighbourhood plan.
Community Planning Team
A Community Planning Team (CPT) is made up of community nominees who live, work or own a business or property in the plan area. This reference group has worked with Council to provide local knowledge, input and feedback throughout the planning process for the Lower Oxley Creek South Neighbourhood Plan.
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Summary of Engagement Activities/Documents
|August 2009||Stakeholder community engagement began on Lower Oxley Creek Neighbourhood Plan (LOCNP) - Lower Oxley Creek South was originally part of this plan|
|September-October 2009||Public information session held. Nominations for Community Planning Team (CPT) invited. All nominations accepted and CPT meetings started|
|19 October 2009||Community Planning Team (CPT) October 2009 minutes (PDF - 147kb)|
|16 November 2009||CPT November 2009 meeting minutes (PDF - 675kb)|
|18 July 2010||Information stall at the Peaks to Points festival (Rocklea)|
|August 2010||LOCNP split into two plan areas, Lower Oxley Creek South (LOCS) and Lower Oxley Creek North (LOCN) with LOCS to progress and LOCN remaining on hold - additional information and maps|
|6 September 2010||CPT meeting three minutes – specifically relating to LOCS (PDF -108kb)|
|18 October 2010||CPT meeting four minutes – specifically relating to LOCS (Word - 237kb)|
|15 November 2010||CPT meeting five minutes – specifically relating to LOCS (PDF - 154kb)|
|December 2010||Update December 2010 newsletter (PDF - 720kb)|
|2 to 16 February 2011||Ward Councillor and Council officer meetings with various community groups and community members|
|April 2011||Frequently asked questions (Word - 163kb) posted on Council’s website to address questions on the draft neighbourhood plan raised by some members of the community|
|August 2012||Letter sent to LOCS community advertising the public notification period and Get to know your draft Neighbourhood Plan sessions.|
|16 July to 24 August 2012||Public notification of draft plan (PDF - 665kb) (this is the formal process when people can send Council written or online submissions)|