Redland City Plan amendments

The Redland City Plan is an important policy instrument which guides growth, land use and development in Redland City. Council is committed to ensuring the City Plan remains consistent and relevant in response to changing community needs, legislation and other factors. This will be achieved through an ongoing program of feedback, review and amendments.

In Queensland, the Planning Act 2016 regulates land use planning and associated processes of plan-making and development assessment. A component of the Planning Act 2016 is the Minister's Guidelines and Rules, which outlines the process for making and amending planning instruments which apply for a local government area. The requirements of the process vary depending on the type and scale of change proposed for the planning instruments. For example, major amendments requiring additional stages such as public consultation and State interest checks. More information on plan-making processes can be found by referring to the Queensland Planning System website and the Making and Amending Local Planning Instruments under the Planning Act 2016 Fact Sheet on the Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning website.

For any proposed major amendment to the City Plan, public consultation is an essential part of the process which gives you the opportunity to have your say. Council will consider all properly made submissions received during the consultation period before an amendment is progressed, and notify submitters about how their submissions has been dealt with.

A properly made submission must:

  • be received by Council during the consultation period
  • include the name and residential or business address of each person making the submission
  • state the grounds for the submission, and the facts and circumstances relied on to support the grounds
  • be signed by each person making the submission
  • state a postal or electronic address for service relating to the submission.

Submissions to provide feedback and suggestions for improvement on proposed major amendments to the City Plan during the public consultation period can be made:

  • online via the Your Say website
  • by email to Council (please include the amendment title in the subject line)
  • in person at one of our Customer Service Centres
  • by post to Redland City Council, PO Box 21, Cleveland QLD 4163

Amendments open for public consultation

The below table lists the amendments to the City Plan which are open for public consultation. During the consultation period, any person may make a submission to Council to support or object to all or part of the proposed amendment.

Amendment Title Purpose Consultation period Attachment/Link
There are currently no amendments open for consultation.

Amendments adopted by Council and commenced

The table below lists the amendments to the City Plan which have been adopted since the instrument commenced on 8 October 2018. This information is also available in the City Plan (see Appendix 2 Table of Amendments).

Amendment Title Category Version Purpose Key Dates Attachments
Minor Amendment - Dual Occupancies Minor 2 Provides clarity around design and siting criteria for dual occupancy development

Adopted 6 March 2019

Effective 4 April 2019

Minor Amendment Dual Occupancies [0.12MB]
General administrative and minor amendment package (07/19)

Administrative/Minor/Planning Scheme Policy

3 Miscellaneous general amendments

Adopted 5 June 2019

Effective 17 July 2019

Fact Sheet - City Plan Version 3 commencement [PDF, 0.63MB]

Site Card 50 - Emerald Fringe [PDF, 0.16MB]

General Administrative & Minor Amendment Package Attachment [PDF, 2.0MB]

For further information about amendments to the City Plan please contact Strategic Planning Team on (07) 3829 8999 or email rcc@redland.qld.gov.au