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Temporary Local Planning Instrument

Temporary Local Planning Instruments

TLPI No.2 of 2020 – Quandamooka Land Aspirations Area

On 14 September 2020, Queensland’s Treasurer and Minister for Infrastructure and Planning made Temporary Local Planning Instrument (TLPI) No. 2 of 2020 (Quandamooka Land Aspirations Area) for the Redland City Council local government area.

The TLPI identifies the affected land (parts of Minjerribah/North Stradbroke Island) and suspends and affects the operation of the Redland City Plan over these parcels of land.

The TLPI is available to download on the following Queensland Government website.

For further information about the purpose and history of the TLPI, please call the Queensland Government - Planning and Development Services South East Queensland South Office on (07) 5644 3210.

For information about lodging an application on Minjerribah/North Stradbroke Island, please contact Council on (07) 3829 8999.

TLPI 01/21 – Protection of Local Heritage Places

As agreed by the Minister for State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning, on 17 March 2021, Redland City Council adopted Temporary Local Planning Instrument 01/21 – Protection of Heritage Places (TLPI 01/21). TLPI 01/21 will have an effect until 17 March 2023, unless repealed at an earlier date.

Council has taken the step to adopt TLPI 01/21 to protect the heritage features of the properties included in Table 1 of the TLPI from the adverse impacts of future development and regulates development on these identified properties. TLPI 01/21 needs to be read in conjunction with and prevails over City Plan.

TLPI 01/21 – Protection of Heritage Places can be viewed online and is available for inspection or purchase at RCC’s Customer Service Centre located on the corner of Bloomfield and Middle Streets, Cleveland.

Further information on the purpose and effect of TLPI 01/21 can be located on the following factsheet or by contacting RCC’s City Planning and Assessment Group on (07) 3829 8999.