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Logan City Council Logan Planning Scheme 2006 Amendment
Logan City Council
Logan Planning Scheme 2006
Amendment Instrument 2010 No. 1
It is hereby certified that this is a true and correct copy of
Logan Planning Scheme 2006 Amendment Instrument 2010 No. 1 made, in accordance with
the Sustainable Planning Act 2009, by the Council of the City of Logan.
C. C. Rose
Chief Executive Officer
Logan City Council
Logan Planning Scheme 2006
Amendment Instrument 2010 No. 1
Contents
Page
Preliminary
1
1
Short title....................................................................................................................1
2
Object ........................................................................................................................1
Amendment of Chapter 1 (Preliminary)
1
3
Amendment of section 1.2.1 (Composition of the planning scheme)........................1
4
Amendment of Table 1.2.6 (Overlays, districts and sub-districts).............................1
5
Amendment of Table 1.2.9 (Assessment tables for overlays, districts and subdistricts) .....................................................................................................................2
Amendment of Chapter 4 (Assessment provisions for overlays, districts and subdistricts)
2
6
Amendment of Table 4.1.1 (Overlays, districts and sub-districts).............................2
7
Renumbering of Chapter 4 (Assessment provisions for overlays, districts and subdistricts), Part 13 (Building height management area) ..............................................3
8
Renumbering of section 4.13.1 (Application of assessment provisions) to section
4.13.8 (Specific outcomes for building height management area code) ...................3
9
Renumbering of Table 4.13.1 (Building height management area, districts and subdistricts) .....................................................................................................................3
10
Renumbering of Table 4.13.4 (Assessment table for the building height
management area) ....................................................................................................3
11
Renumbering of Table 4.13.4A (Maximum building height) ......................................4
12
Renumbering of Table 4.13.7 (Overall outcomes for the building height
management area) ....................................................................................................4
13
Renumbering of Table 4.13.8 (Specific outcomes and prescribed solutions for the
building height management area code) ...................................................................4
14
Renumbering of Chapter 4 (Assessment provisions for overlays, districts and subdistricts), Part 14 (Infrastructure overlay) ..................................................................4
15
Replacement of Chapter 4 (Assessment provisions for overlays, districts and subdistricts), Part 13 (Infrastructure overlay) ..................................................................4
16
Amendment of section 4.14.1 (Application of assessment provisions) .....................9
17
Amendment of section 4.14.2 (Structure of assessment provisions) ........................9
18
Amendment of section 4.14.4 (Assessment table for the building height
management area) ....................................................................................................9
19
Amendment of Table 4.14.4 (Assessment table for the building height management
area) ........................................................................................................................10
20
Amendment of section 4.14.7 (Overall outcomes for the building height
management area) ..................................................................................................10
21
Amendment of section 4.14.8 (Specific outcomes for the building height
management area code) .........................................................................................10
22
Amendment of Table 4.14.8 (Specific outcomes and prescribed solutions for the
building height management area code) .................................................................10
Amendment of Chapter 5 (Assessment criteria for development of a state purpose
or of a stated type)
11
23
Amendment of Table 5.3.18 (Specific outcomes and prescribed solutions for the
planning of infrastructure)........................................................................................11
24
Amendment of Chapter 5 (Assessment criteria for development of a state purpose
or of a stated type), Part 4 (Reconfiguring a lot codes)...........................................13
Amendment of Chapter 6 (Infrastructure)
25
14
Replacement of Chapter 6 (Infrastructure)..............................................................14
Amendment of Schedule 1 (Dictionary)
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Amendment of Schedule 1 (Dictionary), Part 1 (Defined Terms), Table 1.1 (Defined
terms).......................................................................................................................49
27
Amendment of Schedule 1 (Dictionary), Part 1 (Defined Terms), section 1.1
(Defined terms) ........................................................................................................53
Amendment of Schedule 4 (Planning scheme maps)
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Amendment of Schedule 4 (Planning scheme maps) .............................................60
Amendment of planning scheme maps
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Amendment of planning scheme maps ...................................................................70
Insertion of Appendices
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Insertion of appendices ...........................................................................................71
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Amendment Instrument 2010 No. 1
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Amendment Instrument 2010 No. 1
Preliminary
1
Short title
This amendment instrument may be cited as the Logan Planning Scheme 2006
Amendment Instrument 2010 No. 1.
2
Object
The object of this amendment instrument is to amend the Logan Planning Scheme
2006 for the purpose of introducing a priority infrastructure plan.
Amendment of Chapter 1 (Preliminary)
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Amendment of section 1.2.1 (Composition of the planning scheme)
(1)
Section 1.2.1(c)(i)(G)
omit.
(2)
Section 1.2.1(d)
omit, insert
‘a priority infrastructure plan.’
(3)
Section 1.2.4(2)(g), ‘; and’
omit, insert
‘.’
(4)
Section 1.2.4(2)(h)
omit.
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Amendment of Table 1.2.6 (Overlays, districts and sub-districts)
(1)
Table 1.2.6, after column 1
insert
Noise affected area
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Infrastructure overlay.
(2)
OL Map 12A, OL Map 12B, OL
Map 12C, OL Map 12D, OL
Map 12E, OL Map 12F, OL
Map 12G and OL Map 12H.
Table 1.2.6, column 1
4.13.1
Building height management area, column 3, ‘4.13.1’
omit, insert
‘4.14.1’.
(3)
Table 1.2.6, column 1, ‘Infrastructure overlay.’, column 2, ‘None applicable.’,
column 3, ‘4.14.1’
omit.
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Amendment of Table 1.2.9 (Assessment tables for overlays, districts and
sub-districts)
(1)
Table 1.2.9, after column 1
Noise affected area
insert
Infrastructure overlay.
(2)
Table 1.2.9, column 1
section 4.13.4
Building height management area, column 2, ‘4.13.4’
omit, insert
‘4.14.4’.
(3)
Table 1.2.9, column 1, ‘Infrastructure overlay.’, column 2, ‘section 4.14.4’
omit.
Amendment of Chapter 4 (Assessment provisions for overlays,
districts and sub-districts)
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Amendment of Table 4.1.1 (Overlays, districts and sub-districts)
(1)
Table 4.1.1, after column 1
insert
Noise affected area
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Infrastructure overlay.
(2)
OL Map 12A, OL Map 12B, OL
Map 12C, OL Map 12D, OL
Map 12E, OL Map 12F, OL
Map 12G and OL Map 12H.
Table 4.1.1, column 1
4.13.1
Building height management area, column 3, ‘4.13.1’
omit, insert
‘4.14.1’.
(3)
Table 4.1.1, column 1, ‘Infrastructure overlay’, column 2, ‘None applicable.’,
column 3, ‘4.14.1’
omit.
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Renumbering of Chapter 4 (Assessment provisions for overlays, districts
and sub-districts), Part 13 (Building height management area)
Part 13
renumber as Part 14.
8
Renumbering of section 4.13.1 (Application of assessment provisions) to
section 4.13.8 (Specific outcomes for building height management area
code)
Section 4.13.1 to section 4.13.8
renumber as section 4.14.1 to section 4.14.8.
9
Renumbering of Table 4.13.1 (Building height management area, districts
and sub-districts)
Table 4.13.1
renumber as Table 4.14.1.
10
Renumbering of Table 4.13.4 (Assessment table for the building height
management area)
Table 4.13.4
renumber as Table 4.14.4.
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Renumbering of Table 4.13.4A (Maximum building height)
Table 4.13.4A
renumber as Table 4.14.4A.
12
Renumbering of Table 4.13.7 (Overall outcomes for the building height
management area)
Table 4.13.7
renumber as Table 4.14.7.
13
Renumbering of Table 4.13.8 (Specific outcomes and prescribed solutions
for the building height management area code)
Table 4.13.8
renumber as Table 4.14.8.
14
Renumbering of Chapter 4 (Assessment provisions for overlays, districts
and sub-districts), Part 14 (Infrastructure overlay)
Part 14
renumber as Part 13.
15
Replacement of Chapter 4 (Assessment provisions for overlays, districts
and sub-districts), Part 13 (Infrastructure overlay)
Chapter 4, Part 13 (Infrastructure overlay)
omit, insert
Part 13
Infrastructure overlay
Division 1
Preliminary
4.13.1 Application of assessment provisions
Part 13 (Infrastructure overlay) applies to development in the planning scheme
area which includes the infrastructure network identified in column 1 in Table
4.13.1 (Infrastructure networks) and which are shown on the planning scheme
maps in column 2 in Table 4.13.1 (Infrastructure networks).
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Table 4.13.1
Infrastructure networks
Column 1
Infrastructure networks
1.
Priority infrastructure area
Column 2
Description of infrastructure networks
OL Map 12A identifies
(a) the priority infrastructure area; and
(b) the 2006 Australian Bureau of Statistics
statistical local areas.
2.
OL Map 12B identifies
Road network
(a) the districts and sub-districts for the trunk
road infrastructure network; and
(b) the plan for trunk road infrastructure; and
(c) the road type by reference to the road
hierarchy; and
(d) the charge areas for the
infrastructure network; and
trunk
road
(e) premises affected by a road transport
infrastructure requirement.
3.
Cycleway network
OL Map 12C identifies the cycleway network.
4.
Parks network
OL Map 12D identifies
(a) the districts and sub-districts for the trunk
parks infrastructure network; and
(b) the park function and role by reference to the
parks hierarchy; and
(c) the plan for trunk parks infrastructure; and
(d) the sectors and charge areas for the trunk parks
infrastructure network; and
(e) the indicative location of land required for
park.
5.
Water supply infrastructure network
OL Map 12E identifies
(a) the districts and sub-districts for the trunk
water supply infrastructure networks; and
(b) the plan for trunk water supply infrastructure;
and
(c) the charge areas for the trunk water supply
infrastructure network; and
(d) the water supply service area; and
(e) the prescribed water supply infrastructure
network area.
6.
Sewerage infrastructure network
OL Map 12F identifies
(a) the districts and sub-districts for the trunk
sewerage infrastructure network; and
(b) the plan for trunk sewerage infrastructure; and
(c) the charge areas for the trunk sewerage
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Column 1
Infrastructure networks
Column 2
Description of infrastructure networks
infrastructure network; and
(c) the sewerage service area; and
(d) the on-site sewerage area; and
(e) the prescribed
network area.
7.
Stormwater infrastructure network
sewerage
infrastructure
OL Map 12G identifies
(a) the districts and sub-districts for the trunk
stormwater infrastructure network; and
(b) the plan for trunk stormwater infrastructure;
and
(c) the charge areas for the trunk stormwater
infrastructure network.
8.
Local community facilities network
Not applicable.
9.
Designated land
OL Map 12H identifies designated land.
4.13.2 Structure of assessment provisions
Part 13 (Infrastructure overlay) comprises the assessment table for the
infrastructure overlay.
Division 2
Assessment table for the infrastructure overlay
4.13.3 Interpretation of the assessment table for the infrastructure overlay
For the purposes of the assessment table in Division 2 (Assessment table for the
infrastructure overlay)
(a)
the assessment category specified in column 2 of the assessment table
prevails over the assessment category specified in an assessment table for
the locality, if the assessment category specified in column 2 of the
assessment table is a higher assessment category than that specified in the
assessment table for the locality; and
(b)
the assessment criteria specified in column 3 of the assessment table
apply to the development specified in column 1 of the assessment table in
addition to any assessment criteria specified in respect of the
development in the assessment table for the locality.
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4.13.4 Assessment table for the infrastructure overlay
Table 4.13.4 (Assessment table for the infrastructure overlay) identifies the
development in column 1 which is subject to the level of assessment in column 2
in respect of the assessment criteria in column 3.
Table 4.13.4
Assessment table for the infrastructure overlay
Column 1
Development
Material change
use.
of
Column 2
Assessment category
Exempt where
(a)
for local utilities; or
Column 3
Assessment criteria
If exempt
None
applicable.
(b) under a designation in respect
of designated land.
If code assessable, the
applicable codes being
Code assessable where not exempt
and in respect of
Infrastructure
(section 5.3.16).
(a)
premises which is part of
(i)
the road network; or
(ii) the cycleway network; or
(iii) the parks network; or
(iv) the
stormwater
infrastructure network; or
(v) the
prescribed
water
supply
infrastructure
network area and when a
contribution in respect of
water supply infrastructure
has not been paid in
respect of the development
in accordance with a local
planning instrument; or
(vi) the prescribed sewerage
infrastructure network area
and when a contribution in
respect
of
sewerage
infrastructure has not been
paid in respect of the
development
in
accordance with a local
planning instrument; or
(b) an ongoing use of premises,
other than for a house, a group
dwelling or a caretaker’s
dwelling, which is the subject
of a development approval, a
continuing approval or an
approval under the former Act
that is not a continuing approval
and includes a condition in
code
If development, to which
paragraphs (a) or (b) in
column 2 applies, the
assessment
criteria
specified in respect of
the development in the
assessment
table
applicable to the relevant
locality.
If development, to which
paragraph (c) in column
2 applies
(a)
the conditions of
the
rezoning
approval to the
extent that the
conditions require a
higher numerical
standard or level of
provision to that
specified
in
paragraph
(b)
below; and
(b) the
assessment
criteria specified in
respect
of
the
development in the
assessment
table
applicable to the
relevant locality.
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Column 1
Development
Column 2
Assessment category
respect of the payment of a
contribution towards the cost of
supplying infrastructure that has
not been complied with; or
(c)
Building work where
not associated with a
material change of
use.
an existing lawful use of
premises, other than for a
house, a group dwelling or a
caretaker’s
dwelling,
commenced as a consequence
of a rezoning approval given
under the Local Government
Act 1936.
Exempt where
(a)
Column 3
Assessment criteria
for local utilities; or
If exempt
applicable.
None
(b) under a designation in respect
of designated land.
If code assessable, the
applicable codes being
Code assessable where not exempt
and in respect of
Infrastructure
(section 5.3.16).
(a)
If development, to which
paragraphs (a) or (b) in
column 2 applies, the
assessment
criteria
specified in respect of
the development in the
assessment
table
applicable to the relevant
locality.
premises which is part of
(i)
the road network; or
(ii) the cycleway network; or
(iii) the parks network; or
(iv) the stormwater
infrastructure network; or
(v) the
prescribed
water
supply
infrastructure
network area and when a
contribution in respect of
water supply infrastructure
has not been paid in
respect of the development
in accordance with a local
planning instrument; or
(vi) the prescribed sewerage
infrastructure network area
and when a contribution in
respect
of
sewerage
infrastructure has not been
paid in respect of the
development
in
accordance with a local
planning instrument; or
(b) an ongoing use of premises,
other than for a house, a group
dwelling or a caretaker’s
dwelling, which is the subject
of a development approval, a
continuing approval or an
code
If development, to which
paragraph (c) in column
2 applies
(a)
the conditions of
the
rezoning
approval to the
extent that the
conditions require a
higher numerical
standard or level of
provision to that
specified
in
paragraph
(b)
below; and
(b) the
assessment
criteria specified in
respect
of
the
development in the
assessment
table
applicable to the
relevant locality.
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Column 1
Development
Column 2
Assessment category
approval under the former Act
that is not a continuing approval
and includes a condition in
respect of the payment of a
contribution towards the cost of
supplying infrastructure that has
not been complied with; or
(c)
Reconfiguring a lot.
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Column 3
Assessment criteria
an existing lawful use of
premises, other than for a
house, a group dwelling or a
caretaker’s
dwelling,
commenced as a consequence
of a rezoning approval given
under the Local Government
Act 1936.
Exempt where under a designation
in respect of designated land.
If exempt
applicable.
None
Amendment of section 4.14.1 (Application of assessment provisions)
(1)
Section 4.14.1, ‘Part 13’
omit, insert
‘Part 14’.
(2)
Section 4.14.1, ‘Table 4.13.1’ wherever it appears
omit, insert
‘Table 4.14.1’.
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Amendment of section 4.14.2 (Structure of assessment provisions)
Section 4.14.2, ‘Part 13’
omit, insert
‘Part 14’.
18
Amendment of section 4.14.4 (Assessment table for the building height
management area)
Section 4.14.4, ‘Table 4.13.4’
omit, insert
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‘Table 4.14.4’.
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Amendment of Table 4.14.4 (Assessment table for the building height
management area)
(1)
Table 4.14.4, column 1
wherever it appears
Material change of use, column 2, ‘Table 4.13.4A’
omit, insert
‘Table 4.14.4A’.
(2)
Table 4.14.4, column 1
Material change of use, column 3, ‘section 4.13.5’
omit, insert
‘section 4.14.5’.
20
Amendment of section 4.14.7 (Overall outcomes for the building height
management area)
Section 4.14.7, ‘Table 4.13.7’
omit, insert
‘Table 4.14.7’.
21
Amendment of section 4.14.8 (Specific outcomes for the building height
management area code)
Section 4.14.8, ‘Table 4.13.8’
omit, insert
‘Table 4.14.8’.
22
Amendment of Table 4.14.8 (Specific outcomes and prescribed solutions for
the building height management area code)
(1)
Table 4.14.8, item O2, ‘Table 4.13.4A’
omit, insert
‘Table 4.14.4A’.
(2)
Table 4.14.8, item S3.1, ‘Table 4.13.4A’
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omit, insert
‘Table 4.14.4A’.
(3)
Table 4.14.8, item O4, ‘Table 4.13.4A’
omit, insert
‘Table 4.14.4A’.
(4)
Table 4.14.8, item S4.1, ‘Table 4.13.4A’
omit, insert
‘Table 4.14.4A’.
Amendment of Chapter 5 (Assessment criteria for development
of a state purpose or of a stated type)
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Amendment of Table 5.3.18 (Specific outcomes and prescribed solutions for
the planning of infrastructure)
(1)
Table 5.3.18, item O1
omit, insert
‘O1
(2)
Development provides non-trunk infrastructure where the non-trunk
infrastructure is96
(a)
internal to the premises; or
(b)
connecting the premises to an external infrastructure network;
or
(c)
protecting or maintaining the safety or efficiency of the
infrastructure network of which the non-trunk infrastructure is a
component.’.
Table 5.3.18, item O2
omit.
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(3)
Table 5.3.18, item S2.1
omit.
(4)
Table 5.3.18, item O3 to item O9
renumber as item O2 to item O8.
(5)
Table 5.3.18, item S3.1 to item S9.1
renumber as item S2.1 to item S8.1.
(6)
Table 5.3.18, item O4
omit, insert
‘O4
Development does not adversely impact on existing or planned
infrastructure identified on
(a)
(b)
(7)
an infrastructure network plan identified in the infrastructure
overlay; or
a local plan map.’.
Table 5.3.18, item O5
omit, insert
‘O5
Development protects from natural physical processes existing and
planned infrastructure as identified on
(a)
(b)
(8)
an infrastructure network plan identified in the infrastructure
overlay; or
a local plan map.’.
Table 5.3.18, item O7
omit, insert
‘O7
Development provides for the orderly and efficient provision of planned
infrastructure as identified on
(a)
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an infrastructure network plan in the infrastructure overlay; or
See section 626 (Conditions local government may impose for non–trunk infrastructure) of the Sustainable Planning
Act 2009.
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(b)
(9)
a local plan map.’.
Table 5.3.18, item O8
omit.
(10)
Table 5.3.18, item S8.1
omit.
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Amendment of Chapter 5 (Assessment criteria for development of a state
purpose or of a stated type), Part 4 (Reconfiguring a lot codes)
(1)
Table 5.4.4, item O6
omit, insert
‘O6
Development which is in the on-site sewerage area provides for
(a)
(b)
a minimum lot size of 5000m2 in respect of premises in the
low impact area or medium impact area on OL Map 12F; or
a minimum lot size of 2 hectares in respect of premises in the
high impact area on OL Map 12F.’.
(2)
Table 5.4.4, item O8
omit, insert
‘O8
(3)
Development provides for the orderly and efficient provision of planned
infrastructure shown on
(a)
an infrastructure network plan in the infrastructure overlay; or
(b)
a local plan map; or
(c)
a general planning layout as specified in Planning Scheme
Policy No. 5 (Design and construction of work) 2006.’.
Table 5.4.4, item O9
omit.
(4)
Table 5.4.4, item O10 to item O22
renumber as item O9 to item O21.
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Amendment of Chapter 6 (Infrastructure)
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Replacement of Chapter 6 (Infrastructure)
Chapter 6 (Infrastructure)
omit, insert
‘Chapter 6 Priority infrastructure plan
Part 1
Introduction
Division 1
Preliminary
6.1.1
Application of Chapter 6
Chapter 6 (Priority infrastructure plan) is the part of the planning scheme which is a
priority infrastructure plan for the purposes of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 (priority
infrastructure plan).
6.1.2
Purpose of Chapter 6
The purpose of the priority infrastructure plan is to
6.1.3
(a)
integrate and coordinate land use planning and infrastructure planning;
and
(b)
ensure that trunk infrastructure is planned and provided in an efficient
and orderly manner.
Definitions in Chapter 6
In this Chapter 6 (Priority infrastructure plan)
base date means the date identified in column 2 of Table 6.5.1 (Trunk
infrastructure network base date and planning horizon) from which the local
government has estimated its projected infrastructure demands and costs for an
infrastructure network.
demand unit means the standard unit of demand that applies to each type of
infrastructure to express the demand represented by a different type of lot or use.
desired standard of service see section 6.1.4(c) (Structure of priority
infrastructure plan).
development category see section 6.2.6 (Development categories and types).
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development type see section 6.2.6 (Development categories and types).
equivalent persons (EP) means the demand which is represented by an average
single person.
establishment cost see Schedule 3 (Dictionary) in the Sustainable Planning Act
2009.97
existing trunk infrastructure means the trunk infrastructure existing as at the base
date.
future trunk infrastructure means the trunk infrastructure planned to be provided
from the base date to the planning horizon.
impervious hectare (imp ha) means one hectare of impervious area.
non-residential development see section 6.2.6 (Development categories and
types).
planned date means the date the trunk infrastructure item is estimated to be
supplied identified in Appendix 1 (Schedule of works).
planning assumptions see section 6.1.4(a) (Structure of priority infrastructure
plan).
planning horizon means the year identified in column 3 of Table 6.5.1 (Trunk
infrastructure network base date and planning horizon) up to which an
infrastructure network has been planned.
plans for trunk infrastructure see section 6.1.4(d) (Structure of priority
infrastructure plan).
priority infrastructure area see section 6.1.4(b) (Structure of priority
infrastructure plan).
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establishment cost, in relation to a trunk infrastructure network, means—
(a) for future infrastructure—all costs for the design, financing and construction of the infrastructure and for land
acquisition for the infrastructure; and
(b) for existing infrastructure—
(i) the residual financing cost of the existing infrastructure; and
(ii) the cost of reconstructing the same works using contemporary materials, techniques and technologies; and
(iii) if the land acquisition for the infrastructure was completed after 1 January 1990—the value of the land at the
time it was acquired, adjusted for inflation.
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priority infrastructure plan see section 6.1.1 (Application of Chapter 6).
residential development see section 6.2.6 (Development categories and types).
State infrastructure provider see schedule 3 (Dictionary) in the Sustainable
Planning Act 2009.98
trunk infrastructure see Schedule 3 (Dictionary) in the Sustainable Planning Act
2009.99
ultimate development means the year in which an area has been developed to its
realistic potential in accordance with the provisions of the planning scheme.
vehicle trip ends per day (vpd) means the demand unit for the road network which
is represented by a vehicle trip end per day.
Division 2
6.1.4
Structure of priority infrastructure plan
Structure of priority infrastructure plan
The priority infrastructure plan
(a)
states in Part 2 (Planning assumptions) the projections of residential
development and non-residential development and the assumptions of
demand for each trunk infrastructure network in the planning scheme
area which informed the preparation of the priority infrastructure plan
(planning assumptions); and
(b)
identifies in Part 3 (Priority infrastructure area) the area that is used or is
proposed to be used for urban growth up to the year 2021 (priority
infrastructure area); and
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State infrastructure provider means a concurrence agency that supplies, or contributes toward the cost of, State
infrastructure.
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Sustainable Planning Act 2009, schedule 3 (Dictionary)–
trunk infrastructure for a local government, means—
(a) if the local government’s planning scheme includes a priority infrastructure plan—development infrastructure
identified in the plan as trunk infrastructure; or
(b) if an adopted infrastructure charges resolution identifies trunk infrastructure for the local government’s area—the
trunk infrastructure identified in the resolution; or
(c) otherwise—development infrastructure, other than development infrastructure for which a condition has been
imposed under section 626A.’.
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(c)
states in Part 4 (Desired standard of service) for each network of
development infrastructure the desired standard of performance (desired
standard of service); and
(d)
includes in Part 5 (Plans for trunk infrastructure) the existing and future
trunk infrastructure for the following networks (plans for trunk
infrastructure)
(e)
Division 3
6.1.5
(i)
road network;
(ii)
parks network;
(iii)
water supply infrastructure network;
(iv)
sewerage infrastructure network;
(v)
stormwater infrastructure network; and
identifies in Part 6 (List of extrinsic material) the extrinsic material which
assist in the interpretation of the priority infrastructure plan.
Application of priority infrastructure plan
Application of priority infrastructure plan
The priority infrastructure plan
(a)
establishes an infrastructure planning benchmark that forms part of the
assessment criteria for assessable development100; and
(b)
states the basis for the imposition by the local government of a condition
requiring
(c)
(i)
the supply of necessary trunk infrastructure101; and
(ii)
the payment of additional trunk infrastructure costs102; and
states the basis for the imposition by a State infrastructure provider of a
condition
100
See section 313 (Code assessment – generally) and section 314 (Impact assessment – generally) of the Sustainable
Planning Act 2009.
101
See section 649 (Conditions local governments may impose for necessary trunk infrastructure) of the Sustainable
Planning Act 2009.
102
See section 650 (Conditions local governments may impose for additional trunk infrastructure costs) of the
Sustainable Planning Act 2009.
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(i)
protecting or maintaining the safety or efficiency of the
provider'
s infrastructure network103; or
(ii)
for additional infrastructure costs104; or
(iii)
protecting or maintaining the safety and efficiency of public
passenger transport.
Conditions for the supply of necessary trunk infrastructure
A condition may be imposed for the supply of necessary trunk infrastructure
where105
6.1.7
(a)
existing trunk infrastructure necessary to service the premises is not
adequate and trunk infrastructure adequate to service the premises is
identified in the priority infrastructure plan; or
(b)
trunk infrastructure to service the premises is necessary, but is not yet
available and is identified in the priority infrastructure plan; or
(c)
trunk infrastructure identified in the priority infrastructure plan is located
on the premises.
Conditions for the payment of additional trunk infrastructure costs
A condition may be imposed requiring the payment of additional trunk
infrastructure costs where106
(a)
103
the development is
(i)
inconsistent with the assumptions about the type, scale, location
or timing of future development stated in this priority
infrastructure plan; or
(ii)
located wholly or partially outside the priority infrastructure
area; and
See section 653 (Conditions State infrastructure provider may impose) of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009.
104
See section 655 (Requirement for conditions about additional infrastructure costs) of the Sustainable Planning Act
2009.
105
See chapter 8, part 1, division 6 (Conditions local governments may impose for necessary trunk infrastructure) of the
Sustainable Planning Act 2009.
106
See chapter 8 part 1, division 7 (Conditions local governments may impose for additional trunk infrastructure costs)
and division 8 (Conditions State infrastructure providers may impose for infrastructure) of the Sustainable Planning Act
2009.
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the development would impose additional trunk infrastructure costs on
(i)
(ii)
6.1.8
the infrastructure provider after taking into account either or
both of the following
(A)
infrastructure charges, regulated infrastructure charges
or adopted infrastructure charges levied for the
development;
(B)
trunk infrastructure supplied or to be supplied by the
applicant; or
the State infrastructure provider.
Development inconsistent with the assumptions about future development
(1)
Residential development is inconsistent with the assumptions for residential
development if
(a)
the type and location of the residential development is such that it is
inconsistent development107; or
(b)
the scale of the residential development in the case of a material change
of use is such that the density of a residential development
(i)
is greater than the density for the relevant zone and sub-area
identified in the residential use standards in Part 3 (Residential
use standards) in schedule 3 (Standards); or
(ii)
is less than the density for the relevant zone and sub-area
identified in the residential use standards in Part 3 (Residential
use standards) in schedule 3 (Standards) and is equivalent to the
density for another zone and sub-area identified in the residential
use standards in Part 3 (Residential use standards) in schedule 3
(Standards); or
Note for paragraph (b)(ii) – For the purposes of this paragraph a residential
use is inconsistent if the average density is the same or less than the density
expected to be found in another residential zone. For example a lot size of
450m2 or greater in the Residential 250 zone would be more consistent with
the Residential 600 zone but a lot size of between 250m2 and 449m2 would be
consistent with the Residential 250 zone.
(c)
107
the scale of the development in the case of a reconfiguring a lot is such
that the proposed lots would result in
See section 1.2.14 (Inconsistent development).
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(d)
(i)
a proposed lot which is smaller than the minimum lot size in
respect of the relevant zone and sub-area identified in section
2.1 (Reconfiguring a lot standards) in schedule 3 (Standards); or
(ii)
a proposed lot other than a balance lot which is larger than the
minimum lot size for the relevant zone and sub-area identified in
section 2.1 (Reconfiguring a lot standards) in schedule 3
(Standards) and has the dimensions of a lot for another zone and
sub-area identified in section 2.1 (Reconfiguring a lot standards)
in schedule 3 (Standards); or
the timing of the residential development is such that
(i)
(iii)
(2)
the amount of infrastructure demand projected for the relevant
time period and area is exceeded for any network, based on
assumptions stated for
(A)
the road network in column 2 of Table 6.2.11A (Road
network – Existing and projected demand for residential
development); and
(B)
the parks network in column 2 of Table 6.2.12 (Parks
network – Existing and projected demand); and
(C)
the water supply infrastructure network in column 2 of
Table 6.2.13 (Water supply infrastructure network –
Existing and projected demand); and
(D)
the sewerage infrastructure network in column 2 of
Table 6.2.14 (Sewerage infrastructure network –
Existing and projected demand); and
(E)
the stormwater infrastructure network in column 2 of
Table 6.2.15 (Stormwater infrastructure network –
Existing and projected demand); or
the residential development results in trunk infrastructure being
supplied earlier than the planned date stated in the schedule of
works in Appendix 1 (Schedule of works).
Non-residential development is inconsistent with the assumptions for nonresidential development if
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the type and location of the non-residential development is such that it is
inconsistent development108; or
(b)
the intensity of the non-residential development in the case of a material
change of use is such that the building height of the development is
(c)
(i)
greater than the building height standards identified for the
relevant zone and sub-area in section 5.5 (Building height
standards) in schedule 3 ( Standards); or
(ii)
less than the assumed minimum building height identified in
column 2 of Table 6.1.12 (Building height assumptions) for the
development in the zones and sub-areas identified in column 1 of
Table 6.1.12 (Building height assumptions); or
the timing of the non-residential development is such that
(i)
(iii)
108
the amount of infrastructure demand projected for the relevant
time period and charge area is exceeded for any network, based
on assumptions stated for
(A)
the road network in column 2 of Table 6.2.11B (Road
network – Existing and projected demand for nonresidential development); and
(B)
the parks network in column 2 of Table 6.2.12 (Parks
network – Existing and projected demand); and
(C)
the water supply infrastructure network in column 2 of
Table 6.2.13 (Water supply infrastructure network –
Existing and projected demand); and
(D)
the sewerage infrastructure network in column 2 of
Table 6.2.14 (Sewerage infrastructure network –
Existing and projected demand); and
(E)
the stormwater infrastructure network in column 2 of
Table 6.2.15 (Stormwater infrastructure network –
Existing and projected demand); or
the non-residential development results in trunk infrastructure
being supplied earlier than the planned date stated in the
schedule of works in Appendix 1 (Schedule of works).
See section 1.2.14 (Inconsistent development).
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(3)
In this section
balance lot means a parcel of land that is
(a)
one of the parts into which land is proposed to be the subject of a
reconfiguring a lot; and
(b)
being held by the owner of the land for a subsequent reconfiguring a lot.
non-residential development includes a mixed use development.
Table 6.1.12
Building height assumptions
Column 1
Zones and sub-areas
That part of the Springwood zone identified on LP
Map 1A as having a maximum height of 60 metres.
Column 2
Assumed minimum building height for
infrastructure charging purposes (metres)
30
That part of the Springwood zone identified on LP
Map 1A as having a maximum height of 45 metres.
25
That part of the Shailer Park zone identified on LP
Map 2 as having a maximum height of 45 metres.
25
That part of the Logan Central zone identified on LP
Map 4 as having a maximum height of 30 metres.
25
That part of the Browns Plains zone identified on LP
Map 9A as having a maximum height of 30 metres.
25
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Planning assumptions
Division 1
6.2.1
Preliminary
Purpose
(1)
The planning assumptions outline the projections of residential and nonresidential development and the assumptions of demand for each trunk
infrastructure network in the planning scheme area.
(2)
The planning assumptions form a logical and consistent basis for the
determination of the priority infrastructure area and the planning of the trunk
infrastructure networks.
Division 2
6.2.2
Methodology
Population and employment
Projections of population and employment growth expected to occur within the
area to which the priority infrastructure plan applies up to 2026 have been
prepared in accordance with the following
6.2.3
(a)
2006 medium series projection of estimated resident population provided
by the Planning and Information Forecasting Unit;
(b)
forecasts of employment growth based on projections prepared by the
National Institute of Economic and Industry Research.
Dwellings and non-residential floor space
(1)
The distribution and timing of future development (residential dwellings and nonresidential floor space) to accommodate projected population and employment
growth have been estimated based on the following factors
(a)
existing level of development as at 30 June 2006;
(b)
physical constraints on the land;
(c)
land use planning provisions of the planning scheme;
(d)
current development applications and approvals;
(e)
realistic yields and development trends;
(f)
relative cost of providing infrastructure;
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(2)
(g)
average occupancy rate projections;
(h)
average floor space conversion rates.
Further details concerning the planning assumptions are referenced in section
6.6.1 (Extrinsic material to priority infrastructure plan).
Division 3
6.2.4
6.2.5
Parameters
Geographical areas
(1)
The planning assumptions have been prepared so that they may be aggregated into
areas that reflect the different servicing patterns of the trunk infrastructure
networks.
(2)
For the purposes of reporting
(a)
the existing and projected residential development and non-residential
development has been summarised for the 2006 Australian Bureau of
Statistics (ABS) statistical local areas shown on OL Map 12A (Priority
infrastructure area); and
(b)
The existing and projected infrastructure demand for each network has
been summarised for the charge areas identified on
(i)
for the road network, OL Map 12B (Road network); or
(ii)
for the parks network, OL Map 12D (Parks network); or
(iii)
for the water supply infrastructure network, OL Map 12E
(Water supply infrastructure network); or
(iv)
for the sewerage infrastructure network, OL Map 12F (Sewerage
infrastructure network); or
(v)
for the stormwater infrastructure network, OL Map 12G
(Stormwater infrastructure network).
Time periods
The planning assumptions have been prepared for the following time periods to
align with the ABS census years
(a)
30 June 2006 – mid 2011;
(b)
mid 2011 – mid 2016;
(c)
mid 2016 – mid 2021;
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6.2.6
mid 2021 – mid 2026.
Development categories and types
The planning assumptions are stated for the development categories being the
types of residential development and non-residential development in column 2
which include the uses under the planning scheme in column 3 of Table 6.2.6
(Relationship between development categories, development types and planning
scheme uses).
Table 6.2.6
Column 1
Development
category
Residential
development
Non-residential
development
Relationship between development categories, development types and
planning scheme uses
Column 2
Development
type
Column 3
Planning scheme uses
Detached dwelling
Group dwelling and house.
Attached dwelling
Accommodation building, dual occupancy, caretaker'
s dwelling,
multi-unit development, relocatable home park and retirement
village.
Retail
Adult activity, detached bottle shop, development display and
sales, food outlet, hotel, indoor entertainment, market, outdoor
entertainment, public recreation, restaurant, retail plant nursery,
shop and shopping centre.
Commercial
Child care centre, commercial premises, commercial services,
community care centre, educational establishment, funeral
establishment, health care practice, home business, hospital,
institution, place of worship, public facility, public purpose, and
veterinary clinic.
Industrial
Agriculture, animal husbandry, car depot, car wash, cattery,
extractive industry, forestry, fuel depot, general industry, intensive
animal husbandry, kennel, landscape supplier, light industry, local
utilities, noxious or hazardous industry, open air display, passenger
terminal, rural industry, services and trades, service station,
telecommunication facilities, vehicle repair station, warehouse and
wholesale plant nursery.
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6.2.7
Planning assumptions
Existing and projected population
Table 6.2.7
Column 1
Statistical
local area
Browns Plains
Carbrook–
Cornubia
Daisy Hill–
Priestdale
Greenbank –
Boronia
Heights
Kingston
Logan (C) Bal
Loganholme
Loganlea
Marsden
Rochedale
South
Shailer Park
Slacks Creek
Springwood
Existing and projected population
Column 2
Development
type
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Column 3
Existing and projected population (persons)
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
1,167
28,887
30,054
0
3,437
3,437
217
4,317
4,534
140
7,526
7,666
1,345
11,801
13,146
0
1,983
1,983
569
13,832
14,401
502
7,803
8,305
423
19,609
20,032
817
14,184
15,001
852
10,972
11,824
2,002
9,548
11,550
778
5,574
6,352
1,040
31,643
32,683
0
3,151
3,151
206
4,542
4,748
128
8,217
8,345
2,051
11,506
13,557
0
1,836
1,836
536
14,711
15,247
458
8,339
8,797
392
21,718
22,110
767
12,985
13,752
798
10,023
10,821
1,907
8,884
10,791
735
5,242
5,977
977
31,699
32,676
0
3,087
3,087
204
4,544
4,748
124
7,942
8,066
2,304
11,814
14,118
0
4,790
4,790
530
14,567
15,097
625
10,742
11,367
380
20,900
21,280
770
13,988
14,758
791
11,106
11,897
1,558
7,403
8,961
747
5,056
5,803
926
34,844
35,770
0
3,813
3,813
204
4,420
4,624
117
7,751
7,868
2,276
11,520
13,796
1,287
7,862
9,149
530
15,569
16,099
610
10,947
11,557
373
20,378
20,751
765
13,661
14,426
788
11,286
12,074
1,894
8,759
10,653
1,381
4,755
6,136
1,277
34,328
35,605
0
3,764
3,764
203
5,489
5,692
112
7,880
7,992
2,238
11,392
13,630
2,116
11,391
13,507
1,598
13,926
15,524
600
10,992
11,592
446
24,300
24,746
1,030
13,505
14,535
2,086
11,953
14,039
2,349
9,161
11,510
3,111
4,970
8,081
Ultimate
development
1,341
36,044
37,385
0
3,952
3,952
213
5,764
5,977
117
8,275
8,392
2,350
11,962
14,312
3,494
13,784
17,278
1,678
14,622
16,300
630
11,542
12,172
469
25,514
25,983
1,081
14,181
15,262
2,190
12,551
14,741
2,467
9,619
12,086
3,267
5,218
8,485
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Column 1
Statistical
local area
Tanah Merah
Underwood
Waterford
West
Woodridge
Total
6.2.8
Column 2
Development
type
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Column 3
Existing and projected population (persons)
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
286
680
966
685
4,183
4,868
872
4,363
5,235
4,067
14,042
18,109
14,722
162,741
177,463
266
622
888
573
6,530
7,103
1,093
4,591
5,684
3,813
13,460
17,273
14,761
168,002
182,763
680
968
1,648
516
6,359
6,875
1,079
4,614
5,693
4,205
13,173
17,378
15,491
172,751
188,242
681
944
1,625
459
6,309
6,768
1,085
5,061
6,146
4,204
13,099
17,303
17,579
180,979
198,558
691
926
1,617
428
6,976
7,404
1,094
5,346
6,440
5,459
12,944
18,403
24,838
189,243
214,081
Ultimate
development
726
972
1,698
450
7,324
7,774
1,148
5,614
6,762
5,731
13,592
19,323
27,351
200,531
227,882
Existing and projected dwellings
Table 6.2.8
Column 1
Statistical
local area
Browns
Plains
Carbrook–
Cornubia
Daisy Hill–
Priestdale
Greenbank –
Boronia
Heights
Kingston
Logan (C)
Bal
Loganholme
Existing and projected dwellings
Column 2
Development type
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Column 3
Existing and projected dwellings
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
619
9,630
10,249
0
1,005
1,005
104
1,366
1,470
101
2,420
2,521
744
3,920
4,664
0
751
751
269
4,611
607
11,334
11,941
0
985
985
102
1,537
1,639
99
2,825
2,924
1,193
4,091
5,284
0
752
752
264
5,252
607
11,848
12,455
0
1,002
1,002
102
1,594
1,696
99
2,825
2,924
1,363
4,354
5,717
411
1,525
1,936
264
5,425
607
13,413
14,020
0
1,273
1,273
102
1,594
1,696
99
2,825
2,924
1,363
4,354
5,717
1,035
2,699
3,734
264
5,949
897
13,413
14,310
0
1,273
1,273
102
2,015
2,117
99
2,914
3,013
1,363
4,354
5,717
1,659
3,873
5,532
890
6,023
Ultimate
development
915
13,681
14,596
0
1,298
1,298
104
2,055
2,159
101
2,972
3,073
1,390
4,441
5,831
2,534
4,335
6,869
908
6,143
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Statistical
local area
Loganlea
Marsden
Rochedale
South
Shailer Park
Slacks
Creek
Springwood
Tanah
Merah
Underwood
Waterford
West
Woodridge
Total
Column 2
Development type
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Attached dwelling
Detached dwelling
Total dwellings
Column 3
Existing and projected dwellings
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
4,880
299
2,663
2,962
212
6,450
6,662
517
5,139
5,656
482
3,494
3,976
1,180
3,314
4,494
464
1,923
2,387
157
250
407
336
1,499
1,835
507
1,547
2,054
2,484
4,942
7,426
8,475
54,924
63,399
5,516
293
3,029
3,322
208
7,672
7,880
507
5,036
5,543
472
3,424
3,896
1,169
3,298
4,467
455
1,933
2,388
154
245
399
329
2,513
2,842
662
1,741
2,403
2,434
5,101
7,535
8,948
60,768
69,716
5,689
413
4,044
4,457
208
7,672
7,880
515
5,637
6,152
472
3,937
4,409
1,169
3,462
4,631
455
1,933
2,388
399
396
795
329
2,513
2,842
662
1,824
2,486
2,714
5,185
7,899
10,182
65,176
75,358
6,213
413
4,229
4,642
208
7,672
7,880
515
5,637
6,152
472
4,114
4,586
1,169
3,462
4,631
835
1,864
2,699
399
396
795
329
2,513
2,842
662
2,047
2,709
2,714
5,276
7,990
11,186
69,317
80,503
6,913
413
4,295
4,708
254
9,285
9,539
698
5,641
6,339
1,252
4,419
5,671
1,436
3,676
5,112
1,884
1,975
3,859
401
396
797
329
2,747
3,076
662
2,198
2,860
3,514
5,281
8,795
15,852
73,778
89,630
Ultimate
development
7,051
421
4,381
4,802
259
9,471
9,730
712
5,754
6,466
1,277
4,507
5,784
1,465
3,750
5,215
1,922
2,015
3,937
409
404
813
336
2,802
3,138
675
2,242
2,917
3,584
5,387
8,971
17,012
75,638
92,650
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Existing and projected employment
Table 6.2.9
Column 1
Statistical local
area
Browns Plains
Carbrook
Cornubia
Daisy Hill–
Priestdale
Greenbank–
Boronia Heights
Kingston
Logan (C)
Balance
Loganholme
Loganlea
Marsden
Rochedale South
Existing and projected employment
Column 3
Existing and projected employees
Column 2
Development
type
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
2,551
2,087
1,736
6,374
82
412
430
924
187
582
160
929
111
504
257
872
197
646
907
1,750
206
226
422
854
837
837
1,820
3,494
377
2,430
1,373
4,180
679
1,058
2,964
4,701
299
479
391
1,169
3,132
2,614
1,736
7,482
82
412
430
924
195
584
160
939
113
504
257
874
209
691
1,053
1,953
240
232
422
894
1,017
955
2,245
4,216
638
2,638
1,407
4,683
691
1,287
3,534
5,512
307
481
391
1,179
3,713
3,141
1,736
8,590
82
412
430
924
204
585
160
949
115
504
257
877
220
737
1,200
2,157
661
1,257
1,412
3,330
1,196
1,072
2,670
4,939
899
2,846
1,441
5,186
703
1,516
4,103
6,323
316
482
391
1,189
4,242
3,752
1,736
9,730
82
412
430
924
212
587
160
959
118
505
257
879
232
782
1,346
2,360
1,127
2,143
2,406
5,676
1,359
1,216
3,095
5,671
1,138
3,090
1,476
5,703
716
1,801
4,653
7,169
324
484
391
1,199
4,771
4,362
1,736
10,870
82
412
430
924
221
588
160
969
120
505
257
882
243
828
1,492
2,563
1,500
2,695
5,390
9,585
1,523
1,361
3,521
6,404
1,376
3,334
1,510
6,220
728
2,085
5,202
8,015
333
485
391
1,209
Ultimate
development
9,205
8,415
3,349
20,969
82
412
430
924
241
643
175
1,059
123
518
263
904
417
1,419
2,558
4,393
3,018
4,818
5,410
13,246
3,078
2,750
7,118
12,946
5,810
14,077
6,375
26,262
1,403
4,020
10,030
15,453
358
521
420
1,299
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Column 1
Statistical local
area
Shailer Park
Slacks Creek
Springwood
Tanah Merah
Underwood
Waterford West
Woodridge
Total
Column 3
Existing and projected employees
Column 2
Development
type
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
2,017
1,682
820
4,519
1,494
1,344
3,797
6,635
1,191
1,648
793
3,632
113
89
132
334
1,216
731
3,152
5,099
224
430
154
808
1,280
3,106
1,225
5,611
13,061
18,291
20,533
51,885
2,133
1,724
820
4,676
1,639
1,575
3,820
7,034
1,205
1,663
793
3,661
130
195
132
457
1,412
822
3,172
5,407
232
432
159
823
1,671
4,364
2,206
8,241
15,047
21,173
22,736
58,956
2,248
1,765
820
4,834
1,785
1,806
3,842
7,432
1,219
1,679
793
3,691
146
301
132
579
1,609
914
3,192
5,714
241
433
164
838
2,062
5,623
3,186
10,871
17,420
25,073
25,930
68,422
2,355
1,821
820
4,996
1,930
2,044
3,862
7,836
1,231
1,697
793
3,721
163
407
132
702
1,800
1,012
3,212
6,024
249
435
168
852
2,442
6,899
4,167
13,508
19,720
29,085
29,104
77,910
2,462
1,876
820
5,158
2,075
2,282
3,882
8,239
1,243
1,716
793
3,751
179
513
132
824
1,992
1,111
3,232
6,335
258
436
173
867
2,822
8,175
5,148
16,145
21,928
32,764
34,268
88,960
Ultimate
development
3,148
2,399
1,048
6,595
2,984
3,281
5,581
11,845
1,332
1,839
850
4,020
419
1,200
309
1,927
2,866
1,599
4,649
9,114
298
503
200
1,000
6,964
20,175
12,704
39,842
41,744
68,586
61,467
171,798
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Table 6.2.10
Column 1
Statistical
local area
Browns
Plains
Carbrook
Cornubia
Daisy Hill–
Priestdale
Greenbank–
Boronia
Heights
Kingston
Logan
(C)
Balance
Loganholme
Loganlea
Marsden
Rochedale
South
Existing and projected non-residential floor space
Column 2
Development
type
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Column 3
2
Existing and projected non-residential gross floor area (m )
Ultimate
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
development
135,203
166,003
196,804
224,846
252,888
487,857
68,871
86,262
103,653
123,802
143,951
277,701
156,240
156,240
156,240
156,240
156,240
301,409
360,314
408,505
456,696
504,888
553,079
1,066,966
4,346
4,346
4,346
4,346
4,346
4,346
13,596
13,596
13,596
13,596
13,596
13,596
38,700
38,700
38,700
38,700
38,700
38,700
56,642
56,642
56,642
56,642
56,642
56,642
9,911
10,361
10,811
11,261
11,711
12,798
19,206
19,256
19,306
19,356
19,406
21,208
14,400
14,400
14,400
14,400
14,400
15,737
43,517
44,017
44,517
45,017
45,517
49,743
5,883
6,002
6,121
6,239
6,358
6,519
16,632
16,638
16,645
16,651
16,657
17,078
23,130
23,130
23,130
23,130
23,130
23,714
45,645
45,770
45,895
46,020
46,145
47,311
10,441
11,054
11,667
12,280
12,893
22,097
21,318
22,817
24,315
25,814
27,313
46,811
81,630
94,799
107,967
121,136
134,304
230,180
113,389
128,669
143,950
159,230
174,510
299,089
10,918
12,718
35,033
59,731
79,500
159,954
7,458
7,658
41,481
70,719
88,935
158,994
37,980
37,980
127,080
216,540
485,100
486,900
56,356
58,356
203,594
346,990
653,535
805,848
44,361
53,879
63,397
72,045
80,694
163,134
27,621
31,505
35,390
40,144
44,897
90,766
163,800
202,065
240,330
278,594
316,859
640,576
235,782
287,449
339,116
390,783
442,450
894,476
19,981
33,823
47,664
60,301
72,938
307,941
80,190
87,047
93,904
101,965
110,027
464,531
123,570
126,652
129,734
132,816
135,898
573,757
223,741
247,521
271,302
295,082
318,863
1,346,229
35,987
36,634
37,280
37,927
38,573
74,372
34,914
42,475
50,036
59,420
68,804
132,659
266,760
318,026
369,292
418,735
468,178
902,682
337,661
397,135
456,608
516,082
575,555
1,109,712
15,847
16,297
16,747
17,197
17,647
18,960
15,807
15,857
15,907
15,957
16,007
17,198
35,190
35,190
35,190
35,190
35,190
37,809
66,844
67,344
67,844
68,344
68,844
73,967
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Column 1
Statistical
local area
Shailer Park
Slacks Creek
Springwood
Tanah Merah
Underwood
Waterford
West
Woodridge
Total
Column 2
Development
type
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Total
Column 3
2
Existing and projected non-residential gross floor area (m )
Ultimate
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
development
106,901
113,028
119,156
124,830
130,504
166,847
55,506
56,881
58,255
60,083
61,911
79,153
73,800
73,800
73,800
73,800
73,800
94,352
236,207
243,709
251,211
258,713
266,215
340,353
79,182
86,884
94,586
102,289
109,991
158,133
44,352
51,969
59,586
67,446
75,305
108,265
341,730
343,755
345,781
347,564
349,347
502,253
465,264
482,609
499,954
517,299
534,644
768,651
63,123
63,858
64,594
65,227
65,861
70,576
54,384
54,892
55,400
56,010
56,620
60,674
71,370
71,370
71,370
71,370
71,370
76,480
188,877
190,120
191,364
192,607
193,851
207,730
5,989
6,864
7,739
8,614
9,489
22,185
2,937
6,437
9,936
13,436
16,936
39,594
11,880
11,880
11,880
11,880
11,880
27,774
20,806
25,181
29,556
33,930
38,305
89,553
64,448
74,853
85,258
95,413
105,567
151,880
24,123
27,136
30,149
33,412
36,676
52,766
283,680
285,472
287,264
289,056
290,848
418,444
372,251
387,461
402,671
417,881
433,091
623,090
11,872
12,322
12,772
13,222
13,672
15,768
14,190
14,240
14,290
14,340
14,390
16,596
13,860
14,288
14,717
15,145
15,574
17,962
39,922
40,850
41,779
42,707
43,636
50,326
67,840
88,552
109,265
129,412
149,559
369,084
102,498
144,028
185,559
227,668
269,777
665,763
110,250
198,517
286,783
375,037
463,290
1,143,317
280,588
431,097
581,607
732,116
882,626
2,178,164
692,233
797,478
923,239
1,045,179
1,162,191
2,212,452
603,603
698,694
827,409
959,820
1,081,208
2,263,352
1,847,970 2,046,264
2,333,658
2,619,333
3,084,109
5,532,046
3,143,806 3,542,437
4,084,305
4,624,332
5,327,508
10,007,851
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6.2.11 Existing and projected demand for the road network
Table 6.2.11A
Column 1
Charge area
1 (Greenbank)
2 (Hillcrest)
3 (Greenbank East)
4 (Park Ridge)
5 (Browns Plains)
6 (Marsden)
7 (Loganlea)
8 (Tanah Merah)
9 (Carbrook)
10 (Shailer Park)
11 (Springwood)
12 (Underwood)
13 (Slacks Creek)
14 (Berrinba)
Table 6.2.11B
Column 1
Charge area
1 (Greenbank)
2 (Hillcrest)
3 (Greenbank East)
4 (Park Ridge)
5 (Browns Plains)
6 (Marsden)
7 (Loganlea)
8 (Tanah Merah)
9 (Carbrook)
10 (Shailer Park)
11 (Springwood)
12 (Underwood)
13 (Slacks Creek)
14 (Berrinba)
Road network – Existing and projected demand for residential
development
2006
3,663
22,145
2,354
5,111
34,676
38,759
18,310
17,842
6,870
31,958
51,372
25,455
26,840
17,791
Column 2
Demand (vpd)
2021
4,004
27,609
701
12,680
42,670
46,430
25,584
21,076
8,347
34,197
48,546
29,551
26,910
19,660
Road network – Existing and projected demand for non-residential
development
Column 2
Demand (vpd)
2006
2021
305
16,420
1,844
11,437
39,285
18,158
22,744
6,125
11,051
41,173
67,811
54,894
38,859
23,478
308
20,013
1,821
24,949
52,126
20,106
29,746
7,232
12,708
48,582
73,863
56,955
44,539
37,427
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6.2.12 Existing and projected demand for the parks network
Table 6.2.12
Parks network – Existing and projected demand
Column 2
Column 1
Charge area
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Demand (EP)
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
1,960
50,102
53,075
33,465
37,249
488
750
378
1,891
49,304
58,925
37,987
42,727
471
716
360
1,825
49,959
59,365
39,847
42,612
455
1,992
1,443
2,237
52,456
59,406
40,000
45,961
444
4,298
3,397
2,208
57,875
61,248
44,578
46,213
438
6,612
5,354
6.2.13 Existing and projected demand for the water supply infrastructure network
Table 6.2.13
Water supply infrastructure network – Existing and projected demand
Column 2
Column 1
Charge area
Greenbank
(GRNBK)
Marsden (MARSN)
Kimberley Park
(KIMPK)
Springwood Low
Level (SWDLL)
Springwood High
Level (SWDHL)
Underwood
(UWDHLL–LL)
Park Ridge
Demand (EP)
2009
2011
2016
2021
2026
37,275
39,978
41,214
45,571
46,586
50,912
53,400
56,410
57,910
63,791
37,719
38,595
41,454
44,456
47,078
70,534
72,218
74,127
78,742
84,997
25,114
24,888
25,878
25,994
28,805
4,403
5,474
5,353
5,318
5,370
0
0
9,594
23,986
38,378
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6.2.14 Existing and projected demand for the sewerage infrastructure network
Table 6.2.14
Column 1
Charge area
Browns Plains
(BRNSP)
Marsden
(MARSN)
Loganlea
(LOGLE)
Springwood
(SPWD)
Slacks Creek
(SLKSC)
Loganholme
Water Pollution
Control Centre
(WPCC)
Park Ridge
Sewerage infrastructure network – Existing and projected demand
Column 2
Demand (EP)
2009
2011
2016
2021
2026
39,670
42,244
42,124
46,451
47,707
22,373
24,996
28,472
31,027
35,723
9,252
9,367
11,748
12,825
13,371
79,234
80,219
79,862
81,962
87,505
49,431
50,532
53,818
54,250
60,040
27,828
28,674
29,390
31,524
32,326
0
0
10,424
26,061
41,698
6.2.15 Existing and projected demand for the stormwater infrastructure network
Table 6.2.15
Stormwater infrastructure network – Existing and projected demand
Column 2
Column 1
Charge area
Demand (impervious hectares)
2006
2011
2016
2021
2026
Abang Ave
6.0
12.6
19.2
19.2
19.2
Park Ridge – A2
61.9
61.9
61.9
88.8
115.8
Park Ridge – B1
27.7
27.7
27.7
27.7
76.0
Park Ridge – B2
33.6
33.6
78.3
122.3
122.3
Park Ridge – E1
85.6
85.6
85.6
85.6
151.3
Park Ridge – F
348.1
348.1
348.1
368.7
389.3
Park Ridge – G
147.0
147.0
147.0
147.0
178.0
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6.3.1
6.3.2
Priority infrastructure area
Purpose
(1)
The priority infrastructure area identifies the area that is to accommodate future
urban growth, such as residential, retail, commercial, industrial and related
community and government purposes, up to 2021.
(2)
The primary purpose of the priority infrastructure area is to encourage urban
growth in areas where suitable and adequate development infrastructure exists, or
where it can be provided efficiently.
Priority infrastructure area
(1)
The priority infrastructure area is the area identified as the priority infrastructure
area on OL Map 12A (Priority infrastructure area).
(2)
Further detail of the planning assumptions for the priority infrastructure area are
identified in section 6.6.1 (Extrinsic material to priority infrastructure plan).
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6.4.1
Desired standard of service
Road network
The desired standard of service for the road network is identified in Table 6.4.1
(Desired standard of service for the road network).
Table 6.4.1
Desired standard of service for the road network
Column 1
Desired standard of service
Road
transport
infrastructure
outcomes
Road
transport
standards
infrastructure
planning
planning
Road transport infrastructure design standards
Column 2
Description of standard
Road transport infrastructure is intended to
(a)
service development; and
(b)
integrate with the road network; and
(c)
protect and enhance the functions of roads in
109
the road hierarchy ; and
(d)
be safe, efficient and legible in meeting the
requirements of the intended use; and
(e)
promote alternative transport use to that of
the private motor vehicle; and
(f)
provide cycle lanes and cycleways within the
road reserve that integrate with the cycleway
network; and
(g)
protect and enhance the functions of cycle
lanes and cycleways within the road reserve
110
in the cycleway hierarchy .
Road transport
accordance with
infrastructure
is
provided
in
(a)
the road hierarchy; and
(b)
the road network; and
(c)
cycle lanes and cycleways within the road
reserve are provided in accordance with the
cycleway hierarchy.
Road transport
accordance with
(a)
infrastructure
is
designed
in
road transport infrastructure is designed in
accordance with the standards for transport
infrastructure in Planning Scheme Policy No.
5 (Design and construction of work) 2006;
and
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See the road hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
110
See the cycleway hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
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Desired standard of service
Column 2
Description of standard
(b) Austroads level of service of D, requiring a
maximum road volume to capacity ratio of
0.85; and
(c)
6.4.2
cycle lanes, cycleways and pedestrian
pathways within the road reserve are designed
in accordance with the standards for transport
infrastructure in Planning Scheme Policy No.
5 (Design and construction of work) 2006.
Parks network
The desired standard of service for the parks network is identified in Table 6.4.2A
(Desired standard of service for the parks network).
Table 6.4.2A
Desired standard of service for the parks network
Column 1
Desired standard of service
Park planning outcomes
Column 2
Description of standard
A park is intended to
(a) service development in accordance with the rate of
land provision stated in Table 6.4.2B (Rate of land
provision for the parks network); and
(b) integrate with the parks network; and
(c) protect and enhance the primary function and role
of parks in the parks hierarchy111; and
(d) embellish parks to complement the type and
purpose of the park in accordance with Table
6.4.2C (Typical embellishments for the parks
network); and
(e) provide for or incorporate a range of safe and
accessible recreation opportunities for the public;
and
(f) accommodate adequate facilities to meet the needs
of the community; and
(g) provide well distributed public open spaces that
contribute to the legibility, accessibility and
character of development; and
(h) create an attractive urban setting, bushland setting
or focal point; and
(i) establish a clear relationship between the public
111
See the parks hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
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Desired standard of service
Column 2
Description of standard
recreation area and adjoining uses; and
(j) be of a physical standard that permits its use for
the intended purpose; and
(k) be cost effective to maintain; and
(l) provide cycleways that
cycleway network; and
integrate
with
the
(m) protect and enhance the functions of cycleways in
the cycleway hierarchy112.
Park planning standards
A park is provided in accordance with
(a) the parks hierarchy; and
(b) the parks network.
A cycleway within a park is provided in accordance
with
(a) the cycleway hierarchy; and
(b) the cycleway network.
Park design standards
A park is designed in accordance with the standards for
parks in Planning Scheme Policy No. 5 (Design and
construction of work) 2006.
Cycleways and pedestrian pathways within parks are
designed in accordance with the standards for road
transport infrastructure in Planning Scheme Policy No.
5 (Design and construction of work) 2006.
Table 6.4.2B Rate of land provision for the parks network
Column 2
Rate of land provision (hectare/ 1,000 persons)
Column 1
Type of park
Recreation park
Sport park
Total
112
Local
District
Metropolitan
Total
0.8
1.2
1.0
3.0
–
1.3
0.5
1.8
0.8
2.5
1.5
4.8
See the cycleway hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
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Table 6.4.2C
Typical embellishments for the parks network
Column 2
Type of park
Column 1
Embellishment
type
Recreation park
Local
District
Sport park
Metropolitan
Corridor
Local
District
Metropolitan
(Existing
only)
Environmental
park
Playground/
Activity area
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Sporting fields
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Sporting courts
Yes (half
court)
Yes (half
court)
Yes (half
court)
No
No
No
Yes
No
Spectator seating
(basic)
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Dog off-leash
areas
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Public amenities
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Paths
(pedestrian/cycle)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Seating
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Shade structures
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Picnic tables
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
minor
moderate
major
Tap/bubblers
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
BBQ
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
Bins
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Landscaping
(including
earthworks,
irrigation and
revegetation)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Ye
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
minor
moderate
major
revegetation
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Internal roads
(10% of
parks)
Parking
Kerbside
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
(10% of
parks)
Fencing/Bollards
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Lighting
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Signage
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Column 2
Type of park
Column 1
Embellishment
type
Recreation park
Local
Platforms/
Pontoons
No
Skate bowls
No
District
Yes
Sport park
Metropolitan
Corridor
Yes
No
Yes
Local
Environmental
park
District
Metropolitan
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
(Existing
only)
(50% of
parks)
Yes
(50% of
parks)
Fitness
equipment
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Safety cameras
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
(22% of
parks)
Wedding feature
No
(20% of
parks)
6.4.3
Water supply infrastructure network
The desired standard of service for the water supply infrastructure network is
identified in Table 6.4.3 (Desired standard of service for the water supply
infrastructure network).
Table 6.4.3
Desired standard of service for the water supply infrastructure network
Column 1
Desired standard of service
Water supply infrastructure planning outcomes
Column 2
Description of standard
Water supply infrastructure is intended to
(a)
service development; and
(b)
integrate with the existing and planned water
supply system; and
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Column 1
Desired standard of service
Column 2
Description of standard
(c)
protect and enhance the water supply system.
Water supply infrastructure planning standards
Water supply infrastructure
accordance with
Water supply infrastructure design standards
6.4.4
is
provided
in
113
(a)
the water supply infrastructure hierarchy
and
(b)
the water supply infrastructure network.
;
Water supply infrastructure is designed in
accordance with the desired standard of service
identified in section 5 of the Executive Summary of
Extrinsic Material for the Water Supply
Infrastructure Network, 2011.
Sewerage infrastructure network
The desired standard of service for the sewerage infrastructure network is
identified in Table 6.4.4 (Desired standard of service for the sewerage
infrastructure network).
Table 6.4.4
Desired standard of service for the sewerage infrastructure network
Column 1
Desired standard of service
Sewerage infrastructure planning outcomes
Sewerage infrastructure planning standards
Column 2
Description of standard
Sewerage infrastructure is intended to
(a)
service development; and
(b)
integrate with the existing and planned
sewerage system; and
(c)
protect and enhance the sewerage system; and
(d)
minimise or eliminate the infiltration of
ground waters or surface waters.
Sewerage infrastructure is provided in accordance
with
114
(a) the sewerage infrastructure hierarchy
; and
(b) the sewerage infrastructure network.
Sewerage infrastructure design standards
Sewerage infrastructure is designed in accordance
with the desired standards of service identified in
section 5 of the Executive Summary of Extrinsic
Material for the Sewerage Infrastructure Network,
2011.
113
See the water supply infrastructure hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
114
See the sewerage infrastructure hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
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6.4.5
Stormwater infrastructure network
The desired standard of service for the stormwater infrastructure network is
identified in Table 6.4.5 (Desired standard of service for the stormwater
infrastructure network).
Table 6.4.5
Desired standard of service for the stormwater infrastructure network
Column 1
Desired standard of service
Stormwater infrastructure planning outcomes
Column 2
Description of standard
Stormwater infrastructure is intended to
(a)
service development; and
(b)
integrate with existing and planned
stormwater infrastructure; and
manage stormwater flows from future
development in a manner that protects life,
property and the natural environment, and
does not deteriorate existing flood
conditions, in a 100 year Average
Recurrence Interval (ARI) flood event; and
(c)
(d)
protect receiving water quality by seeking
to achieve the following minimum
reductions in total pollutant load from
future development, compared to untreated
stormwater runoff115
(i) 80% reduction in total suspended
solids;
(ii) 60% reduction in total phosphorus;
(iii) 45% reduction in total nitrogen;
(iv) 90% reduction in gross pollutants; and
115
(e)
retain natural waterways, wetlands and
riparian corridors and maximise the use of
natural channel design principles; and
(f)
minimise any change to the frequency of
disturbance to aquatic ecosystems and
avoid channel bed and bank erosion; and
(g)
appropriately integrate stormwater
infrastructure into green space to maximise
benefit to the community and natural
environment.
It should be noted that although Council seeks to achieve the above water quality standards, these standards cannot
be guaranteed.
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Desired standard of service
Stormwater infrastructure planning standards
Stormwater infrastructure design standards
Part 5
6.5.1
is
provided
in
116
(a)
the stormwater infrastructure hierarchy
and
(b)
the stormwater infrastructure network.
;
Stormwater infrastructure is designed in
accordance with the standards for stormwater
infrastructure identified in Planning Scheme
Policy No. 5 (Design and construction of work)
2006 which generally accord with the Queensland
Urban Drainage Manual (QUDM).
Plans for trunk infrastructure
Purpose
(1)
The plans for trunk infrastructure identify
(a)
the existing trunk infrastructure at the base date stated in column 2 of
Table 6.5.1 (Trunk infrastructure network base date and planning
horizon); and
(b)
the future trunk infrastructure intended to service the assumed
development at the desired standard of service stated in Part 4, up to the
planning horizon identified in column 3 of Table 6.5.1 (Trunk
infrastructure network base date and planning horizon).
Table 6.5.1
Trunk infrastructure network base date and planning horizon
Column 1
Trunk infrastructure network
116
Column 2
Description of standard
Stormwater infrastructure
accordance with
Column 2
Base date
Column 3
Planning horizon
Road network
30 June 2006
2021
Parks network
30 June 2006
2026
Water supply infrastructure network
30 June 2009
2026
Sewerage infrastructure network
30 June 2009
2026
Stormwater infrastructure network
30 June 2006
2026
See the stormwater infrastructure hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
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6.5.2
Trunk infrastructure networks, systems and typical items
Table 6.5.2 (Trunk infrastructure networks, systems and typical items) identifies the
systems and typical items that comprise each trunk infrastructure network.
Table 6.5.2
Trunk infrastructure networks, systems and typical items
Column 1
Network
Road network
Column 2
System
Local government
roads and
State-controlled roads
Column 3
Typical item
All local government owned urban arterial, major
urban collector, minor urban collector and industrial
collector roads.
Local function of State-controlled roads.
Associated intersections, traffic lights, lighting,
bridges, culverts, kerb and channel, local road
drainage, cycle lanes, pedestrian footpaths and
cycleways within the road reserve.
Parks network
Land, works and embellishments for sport parks and
recreation parks.117
Embellishments provided to facilitate public access
to, and recreational use of, environmental parks.118
Cycleways and pedestrian pathways within sport,
recreation, and environmental parks and associated
lighting, culverts, directional and information
signage, surface marking.
Water supply
infrastructure network
Sewerage infrastructure
network
Regional water supply infrastructure.119
Planned reticulation water supply infrastructure.120
Regional sewerage infrastructure.121
117
Sport parks and recreation parks are types of parks within the parks hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure
hierarchy).
118
Environmental park is a type of park within the parks hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
119
Regional water supply infrastructure is a type of water supply infrastructure within the water supply infrastructure
hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
120
Planned reticulation water supply infrastructure is a type of water supply infrastructure within the water supply
infrastructure hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
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Column 1
Network
Column 2
System
Stormwater
infrastructure network
6.5.3
Column 3
Typical item
Planned reticulation sewerage infrastructure.122
For the charge areas identified on OL Map 12G
(Stormwater infrastructure network) the following
(a)
natural waterways and riparian corridors;
(b)
overland flow paths/ channels (natural and
constructed);
(c)
piped drainage (generally > 600mm pipes,
culverts, manholes, inlets and outlets);
(d)
detention facilities;
(e)
retention facilities;
(f)
gross pollutant capture devices;
(g)
sediment basins;
(h)
sand filters;
(i)
bio-retention basins;
(j)
constructed wetlands;
(k)
bank stabilisation, erosion protection and
revegetation.
Plans for trunk infrastructure
(1)
The existing and future trunk infrastructure for each trunk infrastructure network
are conceptually shown on the following maps
(a)
OL Map 12B (Road network);
(b)
OL Map 12D (Parks network);
(c)
OL Map 12E (Water supply infrastructure network);
(d)
OL Map 12F (Sewerage infrastructure network);
(e)
OL Map 12G (Stormwater infrastructure network).
121
Regional sewerage infrastructure is a type of sewerage infrastructure within the sewerage infrastructure hierarchy
identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
122
Planned reticulation sewerage infrastructure is a type of sewerage infrastructure within the sewerage infrastructure
hierarchy identified in schedule 2 (Infrastructure hierarchy).
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(2)
The State-controlled roads forming part of the trunk road network have been
identified having regard to the statement of intent for each State-controlled road
provided by the supplier of State-controlled roads infrastructure.123
(3)
Further details concerning the plans for trunk infrastructure are provided in the
extrinsic material.
Schedule of works
Appendix 1 (Schedule of works) identifies a summary of the future trunk
infrastructure for each network to service the anticipated growth up to the
planning horizon identified in column 3 of Table 6.5.1 (Trunk infrastructure
network base date and planning horizon).
Part 6
6.6.1
List of extrinsic material
Extrinsic material to priority infrastructure plan
The documents identified in column 2 of Table 6.6.1 (Extrinsic material to priority
infrastructure plan) for the trunk infrastructure network identified in column 1 of
Table 6.6.1 (Extrinsic material to priority infrastructure plan) are extrinsic material
under the Statutory Instruments Act 1992 which assist in the interpretation of the
priority infrastructure plan.
Table 6.6.1
Extrinsic material to priority infrastructure plan
Column 1
Trunk infrastructure network
Road
Parks
123
Column 2
Title of document
Part A of the Extrinsic Material to the Priority
Infrastructure Plan incorporating the following–
(a)
Executive Summary of Extrinsic Material
for the Road Network, 2011;
(b)
Transport Infrastructure Charges Scheme
for Logan City, November 2004;
(c)
Updated Infrastructure Charges Calculation
for Road and Minor Drainage November
2006;
(d)
Inputs for Road Network Modelling;
(e)
Outputs of Road Network Modelling.
Part B of the Extrinsic Material to the Priority
A copy of the statement of intent for each State-controlled road in the planning scheme area can be obtained from the
public sector entity responsible for the administration of the Transport Infrastructure Act 1994.
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Trunk infrastructure network
Column 2
Title of document
Infrastructure Plan incorporating the Executive
Summary of Extrinsic Material for the Parks
Network, 2011.
Water supply
Part C of the Extrinsic Material to the Priority
Infrastructure Plan incorporating the following–
Sewerage
Stormwater
(a)
Executive Summary of Extrinsic Material
for the Water Supply Infrastructure
Network, 2011;
(b)
Park Ridge MDA, Cost Estimate Report,
January 2009;
(c)
Priority Infrastructure Plan – Extrinsic
Report
for
Water
Supply
Trunk
Infrastructure, April 2007.
Part D of the Extrinsic Material to the Priority
Infrastructure Plan incorporating the following–
(a)
Executive Summary of Extrinsic Material
for the Sewerage Infrastructure Network,
2011;
(b)
Park Ridge Sewer Strategy, December
2008;
(c)
Loganholme Stage 7 Upgrade, Revised
Project Planning Report, November 2008;
(d)
Priority Infrastructure Plan – Extrinsic
Report for Sewerage Trunk Infrastructure,
April 2007.
Part E of the Extrinsic Material to the Priority
Infrastructure Plan incorporating the following–
(a)
Executive Summary Of Extrinsic Material
for the Stormwater Infrastructure Network,
2011;
(b)
Abang Avenue Master Drainage Study,
July 2004;
(c)
Abang Avenue Drainage Study Addendum
Report, May 2005;
(d)
Abang
Avenue
Drainage
Upgrade
Preliminary Estimates, November 2008;
(e)
Abang Avenue 50 yr ARI Pipe System
Preliminary Estimates, November 2008;
(f)
Park Ridge Preliminary Stormwater Design
Project, October 2008;
(g)
Park Ridge Preliminary Stormwater Design
Project – Addendum report, July 2009;
(h)
Park Ridge Major Development Area.
Stormwater Policy Discussion Paper, 2008.
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Trunk infrastructure network
Planning assumptions
Column 2
Title of document
Part F of the Extrinsic Material to the Priority
Infrastructure Plan incorporating the Logan City
Council Projections, Assumptions and Priority
Infrastructure Area Section 8A Submission, 2008.
Amendment of Schedule 1 (Dictionary)
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Amendment of Schedule 1 (Dictionary), Part 1 (Defined Terms), Table 1.1
(Defined terms)
(1)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘banner sign’
insert
‘base date’.
(2)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, ‘defined term map (DT Map)’
omit.
(3)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘defined use’
insert
‘demand unit’.
(4)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘desired environmental outcome’
insert
‘desired standard of service’.
(5)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘development approval’
insert
‘development category’.
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(6)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘development infrastructure’
insert
‘development type’.
(7)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘environmental weed’
insert
‘equivalent persons (EP)’.
(8)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘esplanade’
insert
‘establishment cost’.
(9)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘existing lawful use’
insert
‘existing trunk infrastructure’.
(10)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘frontage’
insert
‘future trunk infrastructure’.
(11)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘impervious area’
insert
‘impervious hectare’.
(12)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘non-noise sensitive place’
insert
‘non-residential development’.
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(13)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘plan of development’
insert
‘planned date’.
(14)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘planned date’
insert
‘planning assumptions’.
(15)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘planning assumptions’
insert
‘planning horizon’.
(16)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘planning scheme policy’
insert
‘plans for trunk infrastructure’.
(17)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘premises’
insert
‘prescribed sewerage infrastructure network area’.
(18)
Schedule 1, Part 1.1, Table 1.1, after ‘prescribed solution’
insert
‘prescribed water supply infrastructure network area’.
(19)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘prescribed water supply infrastructure
network area’
insert
‘priority infrastructure area’.
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(20)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘priority infrastructure area’
insert
‘priority infrastructure plan’.
(21)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘reserve’
insert
‘residential development’.
(22)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, ‘sewerage and water supply headworks
contribution area’
omit.
(23)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘sewerage infrastructure’
insert
‘sewerage infrastructure network’.
(24)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘State-controlled road’
insert
‘State infrastructure provider’.
(25)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, ‘stormwater drainage network’
omit.
(26)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘stormwater infrastructure’
insert
‘stormwater infrastructure network’.
(27)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘trust land’
insert
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‘ultimate development’.
(28)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘vehicle’
insert
‘vehicle trip ends per day (vpd)’.
(29)
Schedule 1, Part 1, Table 1.1, after ‘water supply infrastructure’
insert
‘water supply infrastructure network’.
27
Amendment of Schedule 1 (Dictionary), Part 1 (Defined Terms), section 1.1
(Defined terms)
(1)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of banner sign
insert
‘base date see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(2)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of cycleway network, ‘DT Map 2’
omit, insert
‘the infrastructure overlay’.
(3)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of defined term map (DT Map)
omit.
(4)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of defined use
insert
‘demand unit see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(5)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of desired environmental
outcome
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insert
‘desired standard of service see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(6)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of development approval
insert
‘development category see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(7)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of development infrastructure
insert
‘development type see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(8)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of district cycleway, ‘DT Map 2’
omit, insert
‘the cycleway network’.
(9)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of environmental weed
insert
‘equivalent persons (EP) see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(10)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of esplanade
insert
‘establishment cost see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(11)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of existing lawful use
insert
‘existing trunk infrastructure see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(12)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of frontage
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insert
‘future trunk infrastructure see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(13)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of highway, ‘DT Map 1’
omit, insert
‘the road network’.
(14)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of impervious area
omit, insert
‘impervious area means the area of the premises that is impervious to
rainfall or overland flow that results in the discharge of stormwater from the
premises.’.
(15)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of impervious area
insert
‘impervious hectare see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’
(16)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of main road, ‘DT Map 1’
omit, insert
‘the road network’.
(17)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of major road, ‘DT Map 1’
omit, insert
‘the road network’.
(18)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of major urban collector (access
permitted) road, ‘DT Map 1’
omit, insert
‘the road network’.
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(19)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of major urban collector (limited
access) road, ‘DT Map 1’
omit, insert
‘the road network’.
(20)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of neighbourhood cycleway, ‘DT Map
2’
omit, insert
‘the cycleway network’.
(21)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of non-noise sensitive place
insert
‘non-residential development see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(22)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of on–site sewerage area, ‘DT Map
6’
omit, insert
‘the sewerage infrastructure network’.
(23)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of parks network, ‘DT Map 3’
omit, insert
‘the infrastructure overlay’.
(24)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of plan of development
insert
‘planned date see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(25)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of planned date
insert
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‘planning assumptions see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(26)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of planning assumptions
insert
‘planning horizon see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(27)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of planning scheme policy
insert
‘plans for trunk infrastructure see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’
(28)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of premises
insert
‘prescribed sewerage infrastructure network area means the area identified as
the prescribed sewerage infrastructure network area in the sewerage
infrastructure network.’
(29)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of prescribed solution
insert
‘prescribed water supply infrastructure network area means the area identified
as the prescribed water supply infrastructure network area in the water supply
infrastructure network.’
(30)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of prescribed water supply
infrastructure network area
insert
‘priority infrastructure area see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’
(31)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of priority infrastructure area
insert
‘priority infrastructure plan see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
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(32)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of reserve
insert
‘residential development see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’.
(33)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of road network, ‘DT Map 1’
omit, insert
‘the infrastructure overlay’.
(34)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of sewerage and water supply
headworks contribution area
omit.
(35)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of sewerage infrastructure
insert
‘sewerage infrastructure network means the sewerage infrastructure network in
the infrastructure overlay.’
(36)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of State-controlled road
insert
‘State infrastructure provider see schedule 3 (Dictionary) of the Sustainable
Planning Act 2009.99
99
Sustainable Planning Act 2009, schedule 3 (Dictionary)–
State infrastructure provider means a concurrence agency that supplies, or contributes toward
the cost of, State infrastructure.’.
(37)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of stormwater drainage network
omit.
(38)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of stormwater infrastructure
insert
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‘stormwater infrastructure network means the stormwater infrastructure
network in the infrastructure overlay.’
(39)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of trunk cycleway, ‘DT Map 2’
omit, insert
‘the cycleway network’.
(40)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of trunk cycleway
insert
‘trunk infrastructure see schedule 3 (Dictionary) of the Sustainable Planning
Act 2009.100
100
Sustainable Planning Act 2009, schedule 3 (Dictionary)–
trunk infrastructure for a local government, means—
(a) if the local government’s planning scheme includes a priority infrastructure plan—
development infrastructure identified in the plan as trunk infrastructure; or
(b) if an adopted infrastructure charges resolution identifies trunk infrastructure for the local
government’s area—the trunk infrastructure identified in the resolution; or
(c) otherwise—development infrastructure, other than development infrastructure for which a
condition has been imposed under section 626A.’.
(41)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of trust land
insert
‘ultimate development see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’
(42)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of urban arterial road, ‘DT Map 1’
omit, insert
‘the road network’.
(43)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of urban arterial (dual carriageway)
road, ‘DT Map 1’
omit, insert
‘the road network’.
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Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, definition of urban arterial (single carriageway)
road, ‘DT Map 1’
omit, insert
‘the road network’.
(45)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of vehicle
insert
‘vehicle trip ends per day (vpd) see section 6.1.3 (Definitions in Chapter 6).’
(46)
Schedule 1, Part 1, section 1.1, after definition of water supply infrastructure
insert
‘water supply infrastructure network means the water supply infrastructure
network identified in the infrastructure overlay.’
Amendment of Schedule 4 (Planning scheme maps)
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Amendment of Schedule 4 (Planning scheme maps)
Schedule 4 (Planning scheme maps)
omit, insert
Schedule 4
Planning scheme maps
Part 1
Planning scheme maps
1.1
Planning scheme maps
Table 1.1 (Planning scheme maps) in schedule 4 (Planning scheme maps)
identifies the planning scheme maps.
Table 1.1
Column 1
Type of
planning
scheme map
Planning scheme maps
Column 2
Planning scheme
map number
Column 3
Description of planning
scheme map
Column 4
Section
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Type of
planning
scheme map
Locality map
(LO Maps 1).
Column 2
Planning scheme
map number
Column 3
Description of planning
scheme map
Column 4
Section
LO Map 1.
Locality map.
1.2.4
LO Map 1A.
Centres locality map
predominant land use areas.
1.2.4
Zone maps
(LZ Maps).
LZ Maps 1 to 32.
Zone maps.
1.2.4
Sub-area maps
(SA Maps).
SA Map 1.
Centre zones sub-area
map – Springwood zone
(Springwood).
3.3.1
SA Map 2.
Centre zones sub-area
map – Shailer Park zone
(Shailer Park).
3.3.1
SA Map 3.
Centre zones sub-area map–
Loganholme zone
(Loganholme).
3.3.1
SA Map 4.
Centre zones sub-area
map – Logan Central zone
(Logan Central).
3.3.1
SA Map 5.
Centre zones sub-area
map – Meadowbrook zone
(Meadowbrook).
3.3.1
SA Map 6.
Centre zones sub-area
map – Marsden/Kingston
zone (Marsden/Kingston).
3.3.1
SA Map 7.
Centre zones sub-area
map – Berrinba zone
(Berrinba).
3.3.1
SA Map 8.
Centre zones sub-area
map – Crestmead zone
(Crestmead).
3.3.1
SA Map 9.
Centre zones sub-area
map – Browns Plains zone
(Browns Plains).
3.3.1
SA Map 10.
Conservation zone sub-area
map.
3.4.1
SA Map 11.
Non Urban zone sub-areas
and Public Open Space zone
sub-areas.
3.4.1
SA Map 12.
Residential zones sub-areas.
3.2.1
LP Map 1A.
Local plan map –
Springwood zone.
(Springwood)
3.3.1
Local plan maps
(LP Maps).
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scheme map
Column 2
Planning scheme
map number
Column 3
Description of planning
scheme map
Column 4
Section
LP Map 1B.
Local plan map –
Springwood zone (Compton
Road).
3.3.1
LP Map 1C.
Local plan map –
Springwood zone (Slacks
Creek).
3.3.1
LP Map 1D.
Local plan map –
Springwood zone
(Underwood).
3.3.1
LP Map 2.
Local plan map –Shailer
Park zone (Shailer Park
Central).
3.3.1
LP Map 3.
Local plan map –
Loganholme zone
(Loganholme).
3.3.1
LP Map 4.
Local plan map – Logan
Central zone (Logan
Central).
3.3.1
LP Map 5.
Local plan map –
Meadowbrook zone
(Meadowbrook).
3.3.1
LP Map 6A.
Local plan map –
Marsden/Kingston zone
(Marsden).
3.3.1
LP Map 6B.
Local plan map –
Marsden/Kingston zone
(Kingston).
3.3.1
LP Map 7.
Local plan map –Berrinba
zone (Berrinba).
3.3.1
LP Map 8.
Local plan map –Crestmead
zone (Crestmead Industrial
Estate).
3.3.1
LP Map 9A.
Local plan map –Browns
Plains zone (Browns Plains
Central).
3.3.1
LP Map 9B.
Local plan map – Browns
Plains zone (Blackwell
Street).
3.3.1
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Type of
planning
scheme map
Overlay maps
(OL Maps).
Column 2
Planning scheme
map number
Column 3
Description of planning
scheme map
Column 4
Section
OL Map 1A.
Overlay map – Vegetation
management area (Districts
1–17 management orders).
4.2.1
OL Map 1B.
Overlay map – Vegetation
management area (District
18 balance area).
4.2.1
OL Map 2.
Overlay map – Flood and
overland flow management
area.
4.3.1
OL Map 3.
Overlay map – Acid sulfate
soils area.
4.4.1
OL Map 4.
Overlay map – Bushfire
hazard area.
4.5.1
OL Map 5.
Overlay map – Steep slopes
area.
4.6.1
OL Map 6.
Overlay map – Wetland and
waterway area.
4.7.1
OL Map 7.
Overlay map – Greenbank
Military Training Buffer
area.
4.8.1
OL Map 8.
Overlay map – Heritage
places area.
4.9.1
OL Map 9.
Overlay map – Powerline
infrastructure area.
4.10.1
OL Map 10.
Overlay map – Extractive
industry area.
4.11.1
OL Map 11.
Overlay map – Noise
affected area.
4.12.1
OL Map 12A.
Overlay map – Priority
infrastructure area.
4.13.1
OL Map 12B.
Overlay map – Road
network.
4.13.1
OL Map 12C.
Overlay map – Cycleway
network.
4.13.1
OL Map 12D.
Overlay map – Parks
network.
4.13.1
OL Map 12E.
Overlay map – Water
supply infrastructure
network.
4.13.1
OL Map 12F.
Overlay map – Sewerage
infrastructure network.
4.13.1
OL Map 12G.
Overlay map – Stormwater
4.13.1
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Type of
planning
scheme map
Column 3
Description of planning
scheme map
Column 4
Section
infrastructure network.
OL Map 12H.
Overlay map – Designated
land.
4.13.1
District maps
(DSD Maps).
DSD Map 1.
Vegetation management
area district map –
Logandale district.
4.2.1
Sub-district maps
Nil
Nil
Nil
(SD Maps).
Part 2
2.1
Column 2
Planning scheme
map number
Interpretation of planning scheme maps
Interpretation of planning scheme maps
Table 2.1 (Boundary of a specified division of a planning scheme map) in
schedule 4 (Planning scheme maps) identifies in column 2 the basis for
determining a specified division of a planning scheme map identified in column 1.
Table 2.1
Boundary of a specified division of a planning scheme map
Column 1
Planning scheme map
Zone maps (LZ Maps).
Column 2
Determination of boundary
The boundaries of a zone is to be determined by
reference to
(a)
if a cadastral boundary exists, the cadastral
boundary; and
(b) if a cadastral boundary does not exist
(i)
a metes and bounds description
provided for in an approval under the
former acts or a development approval
under the Integrated Planning Act
1997, to which the boundary relates; or
(ii) a right line that connects 2 cadastral
points to which the boundary relates if
there is not a metes and bounds
description; and
(c)
a survey of the boundary of the zone shown
on the zoning map if paragraphs (a) and (b)
do not apply.
Example of paragraph (b)(ii) This method
would be used where the boundary of a zone
connects 2 cadastral points by means of a right
line.
Example of paragraph (c) This method would be
used where the boundary of a zone follows a line
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Column 2
Determination of boundary
determined by the level of the defined flood
event.
Locality maps (LO maps).
The boundaries of a locality is to be determined
by reference to
(a)
if a cadastral boundary exists, the cadastral
boundary; and
(b) if a cadastral boundary does not exist
(i)
a metes and bounds description
provided for in an approval under the
former Acts or a development approval
under the Integrated Planning Act
1997, to which the boundary relates; or
(ii) a right line that connects 2 cadastral
points to which the boundary relates if
there is not a metes and bounds
description; and
(c)
a survey of the boundary of the locality
shown on the locality map if paragraphs (a)
and (b) do not apply.
Example of paragraph (b)(ii) This method
would be used where the boundary of a locality
connects 2 cadastral points by means of a right
line.
Example of paragraph (c) This method would be
used where the boundary of a locality follows a
line determined by the level of the defined flood
event.
Sub-area maps (SA Maps).
The boundaries of a sub-area is to be determined
by reference to
(a)
if a cadastral boundary exists, the cadastral
boundary; and
(b) if a cadastral boundary does not exist, a right
line that connects 2 cadastral points to which
the boundary relates if there is not a metes
and bounds description; and
(c)
a survey of the boundary of the sub-area
shown on the sub-area map if paragraphs (a)
and (b) do not apply.
Example of paragraph (b) This method would be
used where the boundary of a sub-area connects 2
cadastral points by means of a right line.
Local plan maps (LP maps).
The boundaries of a specified division on a local
plan map is to be determined by reference to
(a)
if a cadastral boundary exists, the cadastral
boundary; and
(b) if a cadastral boundary does not exist, a right
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Column 2
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line that connects 2 cadastral points to which
the boundary relates if there is not a metes
and bounds description; and
(c)
a survey of the boundary of the specified
division shown on the local plan map if
paragraphs (a) and (b) do not apply.
Example of paragraph (b) This method would be
used where the boundary of a specified division
connects 2 cadastral points by means of a right
line.
OL Map 1A (Districts 1–17
management orders) and DSD Map 1
(Vegetation management area district
map – Logandale district).
The boundary is determined by reference to
OL Map 1B (District 18 balance
area).
The boundary is determined by reference to
(a)
the cadastral boundary; and
(b) in the case of the Logandale district of the
vegetation management area, the metes and
bounds description contained in DSD Map 1.
(a)
the cadastral boundary; and
(b) in the case where there is no cadastral
boundary, the boundary of the zone that
aligns with the boundary of the overlay; and
(c)
in the case where the boundary of the
overlay does not align with the boundary of
the zone, a survey of the boundary as shown
on the overlay map.
OL Map 2 (Flood and overland flow
management area).
The boundary is determined by the survey of the
relevant defined inundation event.
OL Map 3 (Acid sulfate soils area).
The boundary is determined by a survey which
establishes lines which are 5 metres AHD and 20
metres AHD.
OL Map 4 (Bushfire hazard area).
The boundary is determined by a survey of the
boundary as shown on the overlay map.
OL Map 5 (Steep slopes area).
The boundary is determined by a survey which
establishes the line one side of which the gradient
of the premises which is 15% or greater.
OL Map 6 (Wetland and waterway
area).
The boundary is determined by a survey which
establishes a line which, in the case of
(a)
a major wetland, is a distance of 100 metres
from the wetland; and
(b) a minor wetland, is a distance of 50 metres
from the wetland; and
(c)
the Logan River, is a distance of 100 metres
from the high or outer bank; and
(d) a major creek, is a distance of 50 metres
from the centreline of the major creek; and
(e)
a minor creek, is a distance of 30 metres
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Column 2
Determination of boundary
from the centreline of the minor creek; and
(f)
a natural drainage path, is a distance of
15 metres from the centreline of the natural
drainage path.
OL Map 7 (Greenbank Military
Training Buffer area).
The boundary is determined by a survey which
establishes a line which is 1000 metres from the
boundary of the Greenbank Military Training
Area.
OL Map 8 (Heritage places area).
The boundary is determined by reference to
(a)
the cadastral boundary; or
(b) in the case of a heritage place located in a
road, that part of the road which is within 20
metres of the heritage place.
OL Map 9 (Powerline infrastructure
area).
The boundary is determined by a survey which
establishes a line which is 40 metres from
(a)
the powerline infrastructure where there is
no powerline easement; and
(b) the powerline easement.
OL Map 10 (Extractive industry area).
The boundary is determined by reference to
(a)
the cadastral boundary; and
(b) in the case where there is no cadastral
boundary, a survey of the boundary as
shown on the overlay map.
OL Map 11 (Noise affected area).
The boundary is determined by a survey which
establishes a line which, in the case of
(a)
a major road, is a distance of 50 metres from
the major road; and
(b) the Brisbane–Gold Coast rail corridor, is a
distance of 80 metres from the
Brisbane Gold Coast rail corridor; and
(c)
OL Map 12A (Priority infrastructure
area).
the Brisbane–Sydney rail corridor, is a
distance of 100 metres from the
Brisbane Sydney rail corridor.
The boundary of the priority infrastructure area is
determined by reference to the boundary of the
zone which corresponds with the relevant part of
the boundary of the priority infrastructure area.
The boundary of the 2006 Australian Bureau of
Statistics statistical local area is determined by
reference to a survey of the boundary shown on
the overlay map.
OL Map 12B (Road network).
The boundary of a district and a sub-district of the
trunk road infrastructure network is determined by
reference to a survey of the boundary shown on
the overlay map.
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Column 2
Determination of boundary
The boundary of the trunk road infrastructure
network forming part of the plans for trunk road
infrastructure is to be determined by reference to a
survey of the boundary shown on the overlay
map.
The boundary of a charge area of the trunk road
infrastructure network is determined by reference
to a survey of the boundary shown on the overlay
map.
The boundary of premises affected by a road
transport infrastructure requirement is determined
by reference to
(a) the cadastral boundary where the road
transport infrastructure requirement has been
dedicated as a road or has been transferred to
the local government or the State
government; or
(b) a survey of the boundary shown on the
overlay map if the road transport
infrastructure requirement has not been
dedicated as a road or has not been
transferred to the local government or the
State government.
OL Map 12C (Cycleway network).
The boundary of a cycleway is determined by
reference to
(a)
the cadastral boundary, where the cycleway
has been transferred to the local government
or the State government; or
(b) a survey of the boundary identified on the
overlay map, if the cycleway has not been
transferred to the local government or the
State government.
OL Map 12D (Parks network).
The boundary of a district or a sub-district of the
trunk parks infrastructure network is determined
by reference to a survey of the boundary shown
on the overlay map.
The boundary of the trunk parks infrastructure
network forming part of the plans for trunk parks
infrastructure is to be determined by reference to a
survey of the boundary shown on the overlay
map.
The boundary of a park is determined by
reference to
(a)
the cadastral boundary, where the park has
been transferred to the local government or
the State government; or
(b) a survey of the boundary identified on the
overlay map, if the park has not been
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Column 2
Determination of boundary
transferred to the local government or the
State government.
The boundary of a charge area of the trunk parks
infrastructure network is determined by reference
to a survey of the boundary shown on the overlay
map.
OL Map 12E (Water
infrastructure network).
supply
The boundary of a district and a sub-district of the
trunk water supply infrastructure network is
determined by reference to a survey of the
boundary shown on the overlay map.
The boundary of the trunk water supply
infrastructure network forming part of the plans
for trunk water supply infrastructure is to be
determined by reference to a survey of the
boundary shown on the overlay map.
The boundary of a charge area of the trunk water
supply infrastructure network is determined by
reference to a survey of the boundary shown on
the overlay map.
The boundary of the water service area is
determined by reference to a survey of the
boundary of the water service area shown on the
overlay map.
The boundary of the prescribed water supply
infrastructure network area is determined by
reference to the cadastral boundary.
OL Map 12F (Sewerage infrastructure
network).
The boundary of a district and a sub-district of the
trunk sewerage infrastructure network is
determined by reference to a survey of the
boundary shown on the overlay map.
The boundary of the trunk sewerage infrastructure
network forming part of the plans for trunk
sewerage infrastructure is determined by reference
to a survey of the boundary shown on the overlay
map.
The boundary of a charge area of the trunk
sewerage infrastructure network is determined by
reference to a survey of the boundary shown on
the overlay map.
The boundary of the sewerage service area is
determined by reference to a survey of the
boundary of the water service area shown on the
overlay map.
The boundary of the on-site sewerage area is
determined by reference to the boundary of the
sewerage service area.
The boundary of the prescribed sewerage
infrastructure network area is determined by
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Column 2
Determination of boundary
reference to the cadastral boundary.
OL
Map
12G
infrastructure network)
The boundary of a district and a sub-district of
trunk stormwater infrastructure network is
determined by reference to a survey of the
boundary shown on the overlay map.
(Stormwater
The boundary of stormwater drainage is
determined by reference to a survey of the
stormwater drainage shown on the overlay map.
The boundary of the trunk stormwater
infrastructure network forming part of the plans
for trunk stormwater infrastructure is to be
determined by reference to a survey of the
boundary shown on the sub-district map.
The boundary of a charge area of the trunk
stormwater infrastructure network is determined
by reference to a survey of the boundary shown
on the overlay map.
OL Map 12H (Designated land)
The boundary is determined by reference to the
designation in respect of the designated land.
Amendment of planning scheme maps
29
Amendment of planning scheme maps
(1)
The planning scheme maps identified in Table 1 are replaced
Table 1
Planning scheme maps to be replaced
Column 1
Existing planning
scheme map
number
Column 2
Description of
existing
planning
scheme map
Column 3
Replacement
planning
scheme map
number
Column 4
Description of
replacement planning
scheme map
DT Map 1
Road network
OL Map 12B
Overlay map – Road
network.
DT Map 2
Cycleway network
OL Map 12C
Overlay map – Cycleway
network.
DT Map 3
Parks network
OL Map 12D
Overlay map – Parks
network.
DT Map 4
Stormwater
drainage network
OL Map 12G
Overlay map – Stormwater
infrastructure network.
DT Map 7
Community
infrastructure
designations
OL Map 12H
Overlay map – Designated
land.
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The planning scheme maps identified in Table 2 are inserted
Table 2
Planning scheme maps to be inserted
Column 1
Type of planning
scheme map
Overlay maps (OL
Maps)
(3)
Column 2
New planning
scheme map
number
Column 4
Description of new planning scheme
map
OL Map 12A
Overlay map – Priority infrastructure area.
OL Map 12E
Overlay map – Water supply infrastructure
network.
OL Map 12F
Overlay map – Sewerage infrastructure
network.
The planning scheme maps identified in Table 3 are omitted
Table 3
Planning scheme maps to be omitted
Column 1
Type of planning
scheme map
Overlay maps (OL
Maps)
Column 2
Omitted planning
scheme map
number
Column 4
Description of omitted planning
scheme map
DT Map 5
Sewerage and water supply headworks
contribution area
DT Map 6
On-site sewerage area
Insertion of Appendices
30
Insertion of appendices
Insert
‘Appendix 1
Schedule of works
Part 1
Road network
1.1
Road network
The future trunk road infrastructure to service the anticipated growth up to the planning
horizon124 is identified in Table 1.1 (Schedule of works summary – Local government
roads).
124
See column 3 in Table 6.5.1 (Trunk infrastructure network base date and planning horizon).
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Column 1
Map
reference
Schedule of works summary – Local government roads
Column 2
Trunk infrastructure
Column 3
Planned date
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost ($)
(1–Sector 1)
Johnson Road – 4 lane upgrade from Interstate
Rail to Woogaroo Road
2012–2016
24,563,330
(1–Sector 2)
Johnson Road – 4 lane upgrade from Mt
Lindesay Highway to Interstate Rail
2012–2016
12,078,102
(2–Sector 2)
Middle Road – 4 lane upgrade from Bass Street
to Crest Road
2017–2021
7,078,916
(2–Sector 3)
Middle Road – 4 lane upgrade from Bass Street
to Crest Road
2017–2021
901,773
(4–Sector 4)
Chambers Flat Road – 4 lane upgrade from
Bumstead Road to Park Ridge Road
2017–2021
8,314,139
5
Park Ridge Road/Chambers Flat Road –
Intersection upgrade
2007–2011
2,875,232
6
Park Ridge Road – Intersection upgrade Clarke
Road and slip lane alignment to allow 4 lanes
2007–2011
3,549,707
7
Browns Plains Road/Wembley Road
intersection upgrade – Additional turn capacity
2007–2011
2,500,000
8
Lamberth Road Extension – New 2 lane road to
connect to Mt Lindsay Highway interchange
2017–2021
1,531,548
9
Magnesium Drive – New road extension to
Green Road
2007–2011
4,264,256
10
Scrubby Creek/Browns Plains Road – New
intersection
2012–2016
2,500,000
11
Scrubby Creek Road – Extension and upgrade
to 2 lane urban collector road
2012–2016
3,858,123
12
Wembley Road – 4 lane upgrade from #744 to
Logan Motorway
2012–2016
4,467,858
13
Browns Plains Road – 4 lane upgrade east of
Heidi Street
2017–2021
6,770,528
Chambers Flat Road – 4 lane upgrade from
Entrance Street to Bumstead Road
2017–2021
4,823,470
Springwood Link Road – New road from
Vanessa Boulevard to Dennis Road
2012–2016
5,000,000
(4–Sector 6)
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reference
Column 2
Trunk infrastructure
Column 3
Planned date
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost ($)
21
Beenleigh Road – 4 lane construction from
Millers Road to Logan Road
2017–2021
5,188,631
22
Beenleigh Road/Millers Road intersection
upgrade
2017–2021
2,980,000
23
Millers Road Extension – New 2 lane road
connecting to Compton Road
2017–2021
2,689,266
25
Berrinba Link Road – New 4 lane industrial
collector road
2007–2011
2,852,790
26
Gilmore/Pagewood Road – Realignment and
upgrade to 2 lane industrial collector road
2007–2011
4,012,876
27
Third Avenue Extension – New 4 lane road
from Bardon Road to Wembley Road
2007–2011
16,638,762
28
Park Ridge Road – reconstruction and
duplication from Mt Lindesay Highway to
Chambers Flat Road
2016–2021
29,661,732
29
Park Ridge Road East – new road and
realignment from Chambers Flat Road – School
Road
2020–2021
6,171,233
30
UA1 – new road from Kantenna Street to Green
Road
2016–2021
4,112,903
31
Kantenna Street – new road from Mt Lindesay
Service Road – UA3 / Jedfire
2016–2021
1,041,935
32
Padstone Road – relocation from Kantenna
Street to Jedfire Street
2016–2021
307,097
33
Green Road – road widerning from Mt Lindesay
Highway to Clarke Road
2020–2021
11,274,381
34
Bumstead Road – road widerning from Clarke
Road to Chambers Flat Road
2020–2021
4,544,815
35
UA2 – new road from Park Ridge Road to
Bumstead Road
2020–2021
3,353,425
36
Clarke Road – road widening from Park Ridge
Road to Green Road
2020–2021
2,049,315
37
Jedfire Street – new road from Park Ridge Road
to Kantenna Street
2011–2016
2,364,662
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Column 4
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1
cost ($)
38
Bayliss Road South – new road from Park
Ridge Road to Green Road
2016–2021
8,988,290
39
UA3 – new road from Jedfire to Bayliss Road
2011–2021
3,511,711
40
IC1 – new road and road upgrade from Park
Ridge Road to Magnesium Drive
2011–2016
11,510,762
41
IC2 – Bumstead Road to IC1
2020–2021
2,481,262
42
IC3 – Green Road to Park Ridge Road (to
Koplick Road ultimately)
2016–2021
6,708,422
43
IC4 – IC3 to IC1
2020–2021
2,865,648
Total establishment cost
230,386,900
Notes:
1. Establishment costs are expressed in net present value terms at the base date.
Part 2
2.1
Parks network
Parks network
The future trunk parks infrastructure to service the anticipated growth up to the planning
horizon is identified in Table 2.1 (Schedule of works summary – Parks network).
Table 2.1
Column 1
Map
reference
W_39_F
Schedule of works summary – Parks network
Column 2
Trunk infrastructure
Column 3
Planned date
Logan Metro Sport Park Ext 1
2021
Column 4
Establishment cost
1
($)
14,006,025
W_10_F
BORONIA BUSHLAND RES ext 1
2011
126,281
W_11_F
BORONIA BUSHLAND RES ext 2
2011
331,547
C_12_F
BROOKVALE PARK ext 2
2011
156,143
C_23_F
CRESCENT PARK ext1
2016
251,715
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Column 3
Planned date
CRESTMEAD PARK ext2
2016
Column 4
Establishment cost
1
($)
3,698,820
W_30_F
Greenwood Lakes ext 1
2016
206,180
W_31_F
Greenwood Lakes ext 2
2016
206,180
W_33_F
HUBNER PARK ext
2011
4,110,128
E_36_F
KIMBERLEY FOREST PARK ext
2021
183,120
E_37_F
KIMBERLEY GROVE PARK ext
2021
183,120
W_71_I
Koplick District Sport Park
2011
6,156,262
C_38_F
LAKE BREEZE PARK ext
2016
584,142
W_72_I
Logan Reserve East Metro Park
2021
11,292,331
W_73_I
Logan Reserve East Sport District Park
2021
4,769,546
W_40_F
Logan West Parklands
2011
11,211,246
C_42_F
MABEL PARK ext 2
2021
1,944,997
W_46_F
MIDDLE PARK ext
2016
675,805
C_48_F
Millers Park Part 2
2016
4,386,007
E_75_I
Old Carbrook School Park
2021
1,856,037
W_50_F
Park Ridge Central District Park
2016
3,733,783
W_51_F
Park Ridge East District Recreation
2021
4,799,821
C_53_F
RIVERDALE PARK ext 1
2016
1,496,821
C_54_F
RIVERDALE PARK ext 2
2016
4,683,019
C_55_F
RIVERVIEW PARK ext 1
2016
322,880
E_59_F
Skinners Park Ext
2021
780,462
C_63_F
TYGUM PARK ext
2016
565,472
C_81_F
TYGUM PARK ext 2
2011
489,319
C_80_I
Waterford West District Sport Park FUTURE
2016
5,243,642
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Column 3
Planned date
Pr Corridor 2
2021
Column 4
Establishment cost
1
($)
538,460
E_04_F
Alfred Shailer Park
2011
805,005
W_01_F
ACACIA PARK ext 1
2021
229,918
W_02_F
ACACIA PARK ext 2
2021
605,079
C_03_F
Ainslie Park - ext
2011
369,277
C_05_F
APEX PARK ext
2016
188,341
C_06_F
Arlington Park ext
2021
173,790
C_08_F
BERRINBA WETLANDS EXT
2011
610,437
W_09_F
Blackwell Park
2021
503,865
W_66_I
Bumstead Road Local Park
2016
711,003
W_13_F
BUSHMILLS PARK ext
2016
366,861
C_14_F
Cadagi Park Ext
2016
386,829
W_67_I
Chambers Flat Local Park 1
2021
998,536
W_68_I
Chambers Flat Local Park 2
2026
876,338
E_15_F
CHANTILLY PARK ext
2016
527,239
W_17_F
Cherokee Park ext
2011
186,739
C_18_F
Clarks RD4114 ext
2016
147,498
C_19_F
CLINT PARK ext
2011
436,921
C_20_F
COLLARD PARK ext 1
2016
164,984
C_21_F
COLLARD PARK ext 2
2016
16,127
E_22_F
CORNUBIA NATURE RES ext
2016
142,128
C_25_F
DUCHESS PARK ext
2021
534,193
C_26_F
ECHO PARK ext
2011
353,547
C_27_F
Ellen Park ext
2021
174,675
C_28_F
ERNIE WHITE PARK ext
2011
517,816
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Column 3
Planned date
Green Road Local Park
2016
Column 4
Establishment cost
1
($)
1,120,504
W_32_F
HILLCREST PARK ext
2016
415,194
W_34_F
ISLE OF ELY PARK ext 1
2016
292,321
W_35_F
ISLE OF ELY PARK ext 2
2011
185,160
W_70_I
Jedfire Park Extension
2011
1,259,997
W_41_F
LONGBOW PARK ext
2011
211,861
C_43_F
Marsden Local Park
2011
1,154,682
C_44_F
MARSDEN PARK ext
2016
595,425
W_45_F
MICHELLE JOHNSTON PK ext
2021
851,858
C_47_F
Millers Park Part 1
2016
2,291,190
W_74_I
Mount Lindsay Local Park
2016
1,120,504
Park Ridge Local Park
2016
1,120,504
C_56_F
RIVERVIEW PARK ext 3
2021
54,077
C_57_F
RIVERVIEW PARK ext 4
2021
40,558
W_77_I
School Road Local Park
2026
876,338
C_78_I
Scrubby Creek Local Park
2016
599,320
W_58_F
SEYMORE PARK ext
2011
165,803
W_60_F
Sunrise Park Ext
2011
1,182,538
C_79_I
Tanah Merah Local Park
2016
791,876
C_61_F
TANSEY PARK ext
2016
592,345
C_62_F
Third Avenue Ext
2021
592,862
C_64_F
VIEW PARK ext
2021
263,553
W_16_F
CHARLTON PARK Ext
2006
1,024,404
C_65_F
Villaworld Local Park
2011
514,017
W_76_I
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Column 3
Planned date
Bayes Park
2011
Column 4
Establishment cost
1
($)
174,714
C_29_F
Freshwater Park
2011
945,883
C_49_F
Moxey Park
2011
1,066,920
Total establishment cost
118,520,865
Notes:
1. Establishment costs are expressed in net present value terms at the base date.
Part 3
3.1
Water supply infrastructure network
Water supply infrastructure network
The future trunk water supply infrastructure to service the anticipated growth up to the
planning horizon is identified in Table 3.1 (Schedule of works summary – Water supply
infrastructure network).
Table 3.1
Schedule of works summary – Water supply infrastructure network
Column 1
Map
reference
Column 2
Trunk infrastructure
Column 3
Planned date
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost, ($)
WNTM4
Park Ridge RDA
2009
50,000
WNTM9
Illaweena Street and Mt Lindesay Highway
2009
300,000
WNTM9
Yr 2 - Illaweena Street and Mt Lindesay
Highway- Yr 2
2010
2,922,691
WNTM16
Ellerslie St - New 250mm Valve
2009
75,000
WNTM17
Jules Av/Exilis St - New 225mm Valve
2009
6,000
WNTM19
Meakin Rd/Railway Parade - Trunk Main
Extension
2009
158,000
WNTM34
Park Ridge LL Zone
2009
320,000
WNTM34
Yr 2 - Park Ridge LL Zone- Yr 2
2010
389,692
WNTM51
Lorimer St & Thomhill St
2010
129,573
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Column 3
Planned date
Column 4
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1
cost, ($)
Rochdale Road System Improvement
2010
120,317
WNTM53
Dennis Road System Improvement
2010
198,256
WNTM54
Third Avenue System Improvement
2010
10,717
WNSI1
Yr 2 - System Improvements (Annual
Budget)- Yr 2
2009
400,001
WNSI1
yr 3 - System Improvements (Annual
Budget)- yr 3
2010
438,403
WNSI3
Hush Pl/Dorset Dr - Retic Interconnection
2009
35,000
WNSI6
Baroona St - New 150mm Valves
2009
4,000
WNSI7
Windsong Ct/Watling St - Retic
Interconnection
2009
17,500
WNMI1
Yr 2--Provisions for Miscellaneous
Expenses- Yr 2
2009
100,000
WNMI1
yr 3 - Provisions for Miscellaneous
Expenses- yr 3
2010
97,424
WNTY1
Water Telemetry
2009
49,999
WNTY1
Water Telemetry
2010
48,711
WNGP1
Planning for Growth
2009
1,999,999
WNGP1
Planning for Growth
2010
1,948,461
WNGP2
ICS Development/LOGIC
2009
120,001
WNGP2
Yr 2 - ICS Development/LOGIC- Yr 2
2010
121,779
WNGP3
Zone Planning for Growth
2009
240,000
WNGP3
Yr 2 - Zone Planning for Growth- Yr 2
2010
243,557
WNGP4
LGMS Planning
2009
240,000
WNGP4
Yr 2 - LGMS Planning- Yr 2
2010
243,557
WRPS2
Karawatha HLZ Pumping Station Upgrade
2009
200,000
WRTY1
Telemetry Upgrade
2009
25,000
WRTY1
Telemetry Upgrade
2010
24,355
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Column 3
Planned date
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost, ($)
Evette Cl/Exilis St - New 225mm Valves
2009
6,000
WNSI5
Moffatt Rd - New Hydrants
2009
2,000
WNTM20
Park Ridge HL Zone
2009
117,500
WNTM21
Park Ridge HL Zone
2009
15,000
WNTM25
Park Ridge HL Zone
2009
25,500
WNTM25
Yr 2 - Park Ridge HL Zone- Yr 2
2010
146,135
WNTM26
Park Ridge HL Zone
2009
290,000
WNTM29
Park Ridge LL Zone
2009
117,000
WNTM29
Yr 2 - Park Ridge LL Zone- Yr 2
2010
194,846
WNTM22
Park Ridge HL Zone
2009
175,000
WNTM22
Yr 2 - Park Ridge HL Zone- Yr 2
2010
170,490
WNTM30
Park Ridge LL Zone
2009
105,000
WNTM31
Park Ridge LL Zone
2009
545,000
WNTM31
Park Ridge LL Zone
2010
194,846
WNTM32
Park Ridge LL Zone
2009
393,000
WNTM32
Park Ridge LL Zone
2010
389,692
WNTM33
Park Ridge LL Zone
2009
51,000
WNTM33
Park Ridge LL Zone
2010
125,676
WNTM28
Park Ridge LL Zone
2009
17,500
WNTM3
Yr 2 - Berrinba Water Supply- Yr 2
2009
600,000
Total establishment cost
Notes:
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4.1
Sewerage infrastructure network
Sewerage infrastructure network
The future trunk sewerage infrastructure to service the anticipated growth up to the
planning horizon is identified in Table 4.1 (Schedule of works summary – Sewerage
infrastructure network).
Table 4.1
Schedule of works summary – Sewerage infrastructure network
Column 1
Map
reference
Column 2
Trunk infrastructure
Column 3
Planned
date
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost ($)
SNTM11
Pump Station BE47 Diversion
2009
200,000
SNTM11
Pump Station BE47 Diversion - Yr 2
2010
292,269
SNTM11
Pump Station BE47 Diversion - Yr 3
2011
949,125
SNTM15
Tradelink St Trunk Sewer, Hillcrest
2014
55,725
SNTM16
New Trunk sewer main
2013
78,316
SNTM16
New Trunk sewer main - Yr 2
2014
305,193
SNTM18
New Trunk sewer main
2013
112,530
SNTM18
New Trunk sewer main - Yr 2
2014
438,522
SNTM19
New Trunk sewer main
2013
427,754
SNTM19
New Trunk sewer main - Yr 2
2014
1,666,922
SNTM22
New Trunk sewer main
2010
162,976
SNTM22
New Trunk sewer main - Yr 2
2011
635,103
SNTM23
New Trunk sewer main
2016
139,038
SNTM24
New Trunk sewer main
2016
119,317
SNTM25
New Trunk sewer main
2015
85,589
SNTM25
New Trunk sewer main - Yr 2
2016
333,535
SNTM26
New Trunk sewer main
2016
68,670
SNTM28
New Trunk sewer main
2013
77,580
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Column 4
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cost ($)
SNTM28
New Trunk sewer main - Yr 2
2014
302,322
SNTM29
New Trunk sewer main
2013
750,255
SNTM29
New Trunk sewer main - Yr 2
2014
2,923,686
SNPS3
Louden St
2009
50,000
SNPS5
Arline St
2009
10,000
SNPS6
Hanlon St
2009
70,000
SNPS7
Konara Dr
2009
10,000
SNPS8
Loffs Rd
2009
15,000
SNPS9
Trevallyan Drive 1
2009
50,000
SNPS11
Clarks Rd
2009
80,000
SNPS12
Evergreen Av
2009
50,000
SNPS21
Upgrade Sewerage Pump Station Capacity
2009
53,500
SNPS22
Upgrade Sewerage Pump Station Capacity
2009
95,486
SNPS23
Upgrade Sewerage Pump Station Capacity
2010
93,025
SNRS1
Browns Plains Pump Station - Rising Main
Augmentation
2012
13,870
SNSF1
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 2
2009
55,000
SNSF1
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 3
2010
63,325
SNSF1
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 4
2011
66,439
SNSF1
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 5
2012
69,350
SNSF1
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 6
2013
72,067
SNSF1
Sewer Flow Meters -Yr 7
2014
74,598
SNSF1
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 8
2015
76,951
SNSF1
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 9
2016
79,132
SNSF2
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 2
2009
185,000
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Column 4
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cost ($)
SNSF2
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 3
2010
194,846
SNSF2
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 4
2011
189,825
SNSF2
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 5
2012
184,933
SNSF2
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 6
2013
225,209
SNSF2
Sewer Flow Meters -Yr 7
2014
219,406
SNSF2
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 8
2015
213,752
SNSF2
Sewer Flow Meters - Yr 9
2016
208,243
SNTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 2
2009
50,000
SNTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 3
2010
48,712
SNTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 4
2011
47,456
SNTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 5
2012
46,233
SNTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 6
2013
45,042
SNTY1
Sewerage Telemetry -Yr 7
2014
43,881
SNTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 8
2015
42,750
SNTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 9
2016
41,649
SNGP1
Planning for Growth - Yr 2
2009
1,500,000
SNGP1
Planning for Growth - Yr 3
2010
1,948,460
SNGP1
Planning for Growth - Yr 4
2011
1,898,249
SNGP1
Planning for Growth - Yr 5
2012
1,849,332
SNGP1
Planning for Growth - Yr 6
2013
1,801,675
SNGP1
Planning for Growth -Yr 7
2014
1,755,246
SNGP1
Planning for Growth - Yr 8
2015
1,710,014
SNGP1
Planning for Growth - Yr 9
2016
1,665,947
SNGP2
ICS Development/LOGIC
2010
116,908
SNGP2
ICS Development/LOGIC - Yr 2
2011
123,386
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date
Column 4
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cost ($)
SNGP2
ICS Development/LOGIC - Yr 3
2012
124,830
SNGP2
ICS Development/LOGIC - Yr 4
2013
130,621
SNGP2
ICS Development/LOGIC - Yr 5
2014
136,032
SNGP2
ICS Development/LOGIC - Yr 6
2015
136,801
SNGP2
ICS Development/LOGIC -Yr 7
2016
141,605
SNGP3
Catchment Planning for Growth
2010
350,723
SNGP3
Catchment Planning for Growth - Yr 2
2011
360,667
SNGP3
Catchment Planning for Growth - Yr 3
2012
374,490
SNGP3
Catchment Planning for Growth - Yr 4
2013
387,360
SNGP3
Catchment Planning for Growth - Yr 5
2014
399,318
SNGP3
Catchment Planning for Growth - Yr 6
2015
410,403
SNGP3
Catchment Planning for Growth -Yr 7
2016
424,816
SNGP4
LGMS Planning
2010
233,815
SNGP4
LGMS Planning - Yr 2
2011
237,281
SNGP4
LGMS Planning - Yr 3
2012
249,660
SNGP4
LGMS Planning - Yr 4
2013
256,739
SNGP4
LGMS Planning - Yr 5
2014
267,675
SNGP4
LGMS Planning - Yr 6
2015
273,602
SNGP4
LGMS Planning -Yr 7
2016
283,211
SNGP5
Recycled Sewer Investigations
2010
48,712
SNGP5
Recycled Sewer Investigations - Yr 2
2011
47,456
SNGP5
Recycled Sewer Investigations - Yr 3
2012
46,233
SNGP5
Recycled Sewer Investigations - Yr 4
2013
45,042
SNGP5
Recycled Sewer Investigations - Yr 5
2014
43,881
SNGP5
Recycled Sewer Investigations - Yr 6
2015
42,750
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Column 3
Planned
date
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost ($)
SNGP5
Recycled Sewer Investigations - Yr 7
2016
41,649
SNGP6
Capital Program Development
2009
150,000
SNGP6
Capital Program Development - Yr 2
2010
146,135
SNGP6
Capital Program Development - Yr 3
2011
142,369
SNGP6
Capital Program Development - Yr 4
2012
138,700
SNGP6
Capital Program Development - Yr 5
2013
135,126
SNGP6
Capital Program Development - Yr 6
2014
131,643
SNGP6
Capital Program Development - Yr 7
2015
128,251
SNGP6
Capital Program Development - Yr 8
2016
124,946
SNTR3
Loganholme WPCC: Stage 7 Upgrade: Planning,
Design & Construction - Yr 2
2009
17,845,000
SNTR4
Various Treatment Plant Minor Upgrades
(Provisions)
2009
500,000
SNTR4
Various Treatment Plant Minor Upgrades
(Provisions) - Yr 2
2010
487,115
SNTR4
Various Treatment Plant Minor Upgrades
(Provisions) - Yr 3
2011
474,562
SNTR4
Various Treatment Plant Minor Upgrades
(Provisions) - Yr 4
2012
462,333
SNTR4
Various Treatment Plant Minor Upgrades
(Provisions) - Yr 5
2013
450,419
SNTR4
Various Treatment Plant Minor Upgrades
(Provisions) - Yr 6
2014
438,811
SNTR4
Various Treatment Plant Minor Upgrades
(Provisions) - Yr 7
2015
427,503
SNTR4
Various Treatment Plant Minor Upgrades
(Provisions) - Yr 8
2016
416,487
SNEI8
Odour Management Facilities
2012
263,530
SRTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 2
2009
25,000
SRTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 3
2010
48,712
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Column 3
Planned
date
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost ($)
SRTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 4
2011
47,456
SRTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 5
2012
46,233
SRTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 6
2013
45,042
SRTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 7
2014
43,881
SRTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 8
2015
42,750
SRTY1
Sewerage Telemetry - Yr 9
2016
41,649
SRTR3
Replace diffusers in BNR No. 2 at LWPCC
2009
380,000
SNTM27
New Trunk sewer main
2013
35,836
SNTM27
New Trunk sewer main - Yr 2
2014
139,648
SNEI7
Scrubby & Slacks Creek Sewer Overflow
Structures
2009
500,000
SNEI1
SSAIP Rochedale South - Priestdale Rd East SPS
Catchment Improvement Works
2009
230,000
SNEI2
SSAIP Rochedale South - Priestdale Rd West
SPS Catchment Improvement Works
2009
210,000
SNEI3
SSAIP Rochedale South - Stellaris Way SPS
Catchment Improvement Works
2009
165,000
SNEI4
SSAIP Rochedale South - Parfrey Rd SPS
Catchment Improvement Works
2009
360,000
SNEI5
SSAIP Rochedale South - Underwood Rd SPS
Catchment Improvement Works.
2009
150,000
SNEI9
SSAIP Woodridge Elm Park,/ Wembley Road Yr 2
2009
SNTM1
Wembley Rd - Browns Plain Infill Area
Sewerage Master Plan - Yr 2
2009
500,000
SNTM1
Wembley Rd - Browns Plain Infill Area
Sewerage Master Plan - Yr 3
2010
974,230
SNTM1
Wembley Rd - Browns Plain Infill Area
Sewerage Master Plan - Yr 4
2011
949,125
174,500
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Map
reference
Column 2
Trunk infrastructure
Column 3
Planned
date
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost ($)
SNTM4
Southern Relief Sewer - Stage 1125
2009
760,000
SNTM4
Southern Relief Sewer - Stage 1 - Yr 2
2010
974,230
SNTM4
Southern Relief Sewer - Stage 1 - Yr 3
2011
1,898,249
SNTM5
Southern Relief Sewer - Stage 2126
2009
290,000
SNTM5
Southern Relief Sewer - Stage 2 - Yr 2
2010
487,115
SNTM5
Southern Relief Sewer - Stage 2 - Yr 3
2011
949,125
SNTM5
Southern Relief Sewer - Stage 2 - Yr 4
2012
1,386,999
SNTM5
Southern Relief Sewer - Stage 2 - Yr 5
2013
1,801,675
NTM7
S External Sewerage Upgrade for 2011 for Park
Ridge MDA - Yr 2
2009
SNTM8
External Sewerage Upgrade for 2011 for Park
Ridge MDA - Yr 2
2009
SNTM9127
Park Ridge Sewerage Network (2016)
2010
449,247
SNTM9
Park Ridge Sewerage Network (2016) - Yr 2
2011
949,125
SNTM9
Park Ridge Sewerage Network (2016) - Yr 3
2012
1,849,332
SNTM9
Park Ridge Sewerage Network (2016) - Yr 4
2013
1,801,675
SNTM33
Bardon Rd SPS Decommissioning
2009
582,032
SNTM33
Bardon Rd SPS Decommissioning - Yr 2
2010
2,268,135
SNTM32
Dewar Rd SPS Decommissioning
2009
28,599
SNTM32
Dewar Rd SPS Decommissioning - Yr 2
2010
111,448
SNPS4
ES: Tygum Dr 1
2009
50,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
Total establishment cost
79,732,674
Notes:
!
"
"
#
$
%
!
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Part 5
5.1
Stormwater infrastructure network
Stormwater infrastructure network
The future trunk stormwater infrastructure to service the anticipated growth up to the
planning horizon is identified in Table 5.1 (Schedule of works summary – Stormwater
infrastructure network).
Table 5.1
Schedule of works summary – Stormwater infrastructure network
Column 2
Trunk infrastructure
Column 3
Planned
date
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost ($)
Abang Ave Upgrade
2007
479,321
Detention Basin
2010
459,427
Land Acquisition Cost
2010
618,335
Abang Avenue Drainage to Service Road
2012
723,336
Wetland
2010
594,553
Land for discharge and all devices in
systems A2/B2
2011
2,245,637
A2.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devices in
systems A2/B2 - Year 2
2012
2,187,767
A2.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devices in
systems A2/B2 - Year 3
2013
2,131,389
A2.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devices in
systems A2/B2 - Year 4
2014
2,076,464
A2.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devices in
systems A2/B2 - Year 5
2015
2,022,954
Land for discharge in system B2
2011
1,488,594
Column 1
Map reference
Upgrade MH
Upgrade P 6-9
6-8,
Upgrade
DB
(Upgrade W, Upgrade
SI1, Upgrade SI2)
LA1.1
Upgrade MH1-4,
Upgrade P 1-5
Upgrade WL
PS1_Abang_Existing
_Network table
B2.FL.01
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Land for discharge in system B2 - Year 2
Column 3
Planned
date
2012
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost ($)
1,450,234
Land for discharge in system B2 - Year 3
2013
1,412,861
Land for discharge in system B2 - Year 4
2014
1,376,452
Land for discharge in system B2 - Year 5
2015
1,340,981
Land for discharge and all devices in
systems F (east Mt Lindesay) A2/B2
2011
1,099,099
Land for discharge and all devices in
systems F (east Mt Lindesay) A2/B2- Year
2
2012
1,070,776
Land for discharge and all devices in
systems F (east Mt Lindesay) A2/B2- Year
3
2013
1,043,182
Land for discharge and all devices in
systems F (east Mt Lindesay) A2/B2- Year
4
2014
1,016,300
Land for discharge and all devices in
systems F (east Mt Lindesay) A2/B2- Year
5
2015
990,110
Construct Quantity device for system B2
2011
230,006
B2.DB.01
Construct Quantity device for system B2 Year 2
2012
224,078
B2.DB.01
Construct Quantity device for system B2 Year 3
2013
218,304
B2.DB.01
Construct Quantity device for system B2 Year 4
2014
212,678
B2.DB.01
Construct Quantity device for system B2 Year 5
2015
207,198
Construct quality devices for system B2
2016
1,554,747
B2.01-B2.06
Construct quality devices for system B2 Year 2
2017
1,514,681
B2.01-B2.06
Construct quality devices for system B2 Year 3
2018
1,475,648
B2.01-B2.06
Construct quality devices for system B2 -
2019
1,437,621
Column 1
Map reference
B2.FL.01
B2.FL.01
B2.FL.01
B2.FL.01
F.FL.01
F.FL.01
F.FL.01
F.FL.01
F.FL.01
B2.DB.01
B2.01-B2.06
Column 2
Trunk infrastructure
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Map reference
Column 2
Trunk infrastructure
Year 4
Column 3
Planned
date
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost ($)
B2.01-B2.06
Construct quality devices for system B2 Year 5
2020
1,400,574
E.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devices in
Systems B1/E1
2016
4,153,345
E.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devices in
Systems B1/E1 - Year 2
2017
4,046,314
E.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devices in
Systems B1/E1 - Year 3
2018
3,942,042
E.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devices in
Systems B1/E1 - Year 4
2019
3,840,456
E.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devices in
Systems B1/E1 - Year 5
2020
3,741,488
F.DB.01
Construct Quantity devices for systems
A2/F
2016
614,743
F.DB.01
Construct Quantity devices for systems
A2/F - Year 2
2017
598,901
F.DB.01
Construct Quantity devices for systems
A2/F - Year 3
2018
583,467
F.DB.01
Construct Quantity devices for systems
A2/F - Year 4
2019
568,432
F.DB.01
Construct Quantity devices for systems
A2/F - Year 5
2020
553,783
G.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devoices in
system G
2021
644,552
G.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devoices in
system G - Year 2
2022
627,942
G.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devoices in
system G - Year 3
2023
611,760
G.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devoices in
system G - Year 4
2024
595,995
G.FL.01
Land for discharge and all devoices in
system G - Year 5
2025
580,636
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Map reference
B1.DB.01
Column 2
Trunk infrastructure
Construct quantity devices for system B1
Column 3
Planned
date
2021
Column 4
Establishment
1
cost ($)
71,599
B1.DB.01
Construct quantity devices for system B1 Year 2
2022
69,754
B1.DB.01
Construct quantity devices for system B1 Year 3
2023
67,956
B1.DB.01
Construct quantity devices for system B1 Year 4
2024
66,205
B1.DB.01
Construct quantity devices for system B1 Year 5
2025
64,499
A2.01-A2.11
Construct quality devices for systems A2/F
(east Mt Lindesay)
2021
1,673,728
A2.01-A2.11
Construct quality devices for systems A2/F
(east Mt Lindesay) - Year 2
2022
1,630,596
A2.01-A2.11
Construct quality devices for systems A2/F
(east Mt Lindesay) - Year 3
2023
1,588,576
A2.01-A2.11
Construct quality devices for systems A2/F
(east Mt Lindesay) - Year 4
2024
1,547,639
A2.01-A2.11
Construct quality devices for systems A2/F
(east Mt Lindesay) - Year 5
2025
1,507,757
Construct quantity devices for system E1/G
2021
475,415
E.DB.01
Construct quantity devices for system E1/G
- Year 2
2022
463,163
E.DB.01
Construct quantity devices for system E1/G
- Year 3
2023
451,228
E.DB.01
Construct quantity devices for system E1/G
- Year 4
2024
439,600
E.DB.01
Construct quantity devices for system E1/G
- Year 5
2025
428,271
G.01-G.06
Construct quality devices for systems
B1/E1/G
2026
1,818,721
E.DB.01
Total establishment cost
Notes:
1. Establishment costs are expressed in net present value terms at the base date.
72,371,870

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