Have your say on the Bromelton SDA Draft Development Scheme

Closed 2 Aug 2017

Opened 5 Jul 2017

Overview

Each State Development Area (SDA) in Queensland is subject to a development scheme, a regulatory document that controls land-use and infrastructure planning and development in the SDA.

The Coordinator-General invites you to have your say on proposed changes to the Bromelton SDA Development Scheme.

Proposed changes include:

  • an updated format, layout and presentation to improve readability
  • clarity around the development precinct intents and outcomes for development generally
  • minor changes to land use precinct boundaries to reflect recent development and land use activity
  • administrative improvements designed to streamline the development assessment process
  • consistency with development schemes for other SDAs
  • an increase in the land designated for the use of Special Industry
  • the rationalisation of the number of precincts (e.g. the Rural Enterprise Precinct in the current development scheme has been absorbed into the Transition Precinct).

For further details and to view the Bromelton SDA Draft Development Scheme click on the links below.

How to make a submission

You can make a submission using one of the following methods:

              The Coordinator-General
              C/- State Development Areas Division
              PO Box 15517, City East Qld 4002

A submission must meet the following criteria:

  • be made to the Coordinator-General in writing or electronically
  • be received on or before the last day of the consultation period
  • be signed by each person who made the submission
  • state the name and address of each person who made the submission

Your submission should:

  • clearly state the matter(s) of concern or interest
  • provide any factual information relied upon and its source

 

Audiences

  • Community
  • Local government
  • Environmental
  • Industry
  • Interest group
  • State government

Interests

  • Agriculture
  • Business
  • Economic development
  • Environment
  • Industry
  • Infrastructure
  • Land and asset management
  • Major projects
  • Manufacturing
  • Planning
  • Property
  • Resources
  • Transport