Infrastructure Planning & Charges
The purpose of the Priority Infrastructure Plan (PIP – Part 4 of the planning scheme) is to integrate and coordinate land use planning and infrastructure planning, and secondly to ensure that trunk infrastructure is planned and provided in an efficient and coordinated manner. Trunk infrastructure is significant infrastructure that supports large areas or catchments, such as major water pipes to serve an entire neighbourhood. Trunk infrastructure is classified into networks:
- Water supply,
- Movement (transport - road, cycle), and
- Parks and land for community facilities.
The PIP considers assumptions and projections of the type, scale, location and timing of development, in the context of the corresponding demand that will be generated for each trunk infrastructure network. When development occurs which will increase demand, Council collects infrastructure charges from the development to contribute towards the provision of the trunk infrastructure. To access and learn more about Council's PIP and the Logan Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution (Council's policy about infrastructure charges/contributions), please refer to the sections below.
The PIP predicts the infrastructure Logan will need to serve additional demand until 2021 in terms of our growing population and tsupport healthy, well-functioning neighbourhoods. It also encourages growth in areas where appropriate infrastructure already exists or can be efficiently provided. The plan is incorporated as Part 4 of the Logan Planning Scheme 2015 and will be periodically updated to ensure it keeps up with actual growth in the city.
As of 4 July 2014 a Priority Infrastructure Plan (PIP) is to be referenced as a Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) under Section 976A of the Sustainable Planning Act (SPA) 2009. An amendment to the Logan Planning Scheme is being prepared to include the LGIP in place of the PIP. The community consultation phase, which was performed as part of the process to prepare the LGIP, ended on 2nd December 2016. A draft version of the LGIP can be found here , and the final version will be made available as soon as it has been adopted by Council
Trunk infrastructure maps
The following document and maps form part of the Priority Infrastructure Plan:
- Schedule 3 Priority Infrastructure Mapping and Plans (PDF 2923 KB)
- Map 1 Priority infrastructure area and projection areas (PDF 5212 KB)
- Map 2 Net developable area and planned density areas (PDF 6232 KB)
- Map 3 Plan for stormwater demand areas (PDF 4762 KB)
- Map 4 Plan for trunk water supply infrastructure (PDF 1651 KB)
- Map 5 Plan for trunk sewerage infrastructure (PDF 1649 KB)
- Map 6 Plan for trunk stormwater infrastructure (PDF 5430 KB)
- Map 7 Plan for trunk road infrastructure (PDF 1845 KB)
- Map 8 Plan for trunk cycle infrastructure (PDF 1446 KB)
- Map 9 Plan for trunk park infrastructure (PDF 1822 KB)
- Map 10 Plan for trunk land for community facilities infrastructure (PDF 1398 KB)
Infrastructure charges estimate
To understand what infrastructure charges apply to a proposed development please:
- use the online self-service Infrastructure Charges Estimate function in the Logan Interactive Mapping tool (under the Property Info menu); or
- request a calculation of infrastructure charges by completing the Form - Request for Calculation of Infrastructure Charges (PDF 31 KB) and email it to ICUgeneral@logan.qld.gov.au.
Logan Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No. 5) 2015
The Logan Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No. 5) 2015 (PDF 4928 KB) ('the Resolution') was adopted by Council on 12 May 2015 to commence on 18 May 2015.
The Resolution is in accordance with the Sustainable Planning Act 2009, which sets out certain requirements for infrastructure charges including maximum charges that can be applied for different types of residential and non-residential development. The Resolution provides clarity on Council's policy position related to the following matters:
- The criteria to be applied in deciding if development infrastructure is trunk infrastructure (in trunk infrastructure conversion applications);
- The method to be applied for working out the establishment cost of trunk infrastructure for a refund or offset where an applicant is required under a condition of a development approval to provide land or works for trunk infrastructure;
- Whether an offset or refund applies, and if so, the details of the offset and refund and the timing of the offset and refund.
Charge area maps
- Water charge areas for residential development 12.2 (PDF 697 KB)
- Sewerage charge areas for residential development 12.3 (PDF 698 KB)
- Stormwater charge areas for residential development 12.4 (PDF 673 KB)
- Movement charge areas for residential development 12.5 (PDF 714 KB)
- Parks and land for community facilities charge areas for residential development 12.6 (PDF 713 KB)
- Charge areas for non-residential development 12.7 (PDF 758 KB)
If required, please refer to the Trunk infrastructure maps in the section above, which include the priority infrastructure area and projection area map (Map 1).
By 2031 the City of Logan will have a population of approximately 420,000 residents and will provide 130,000 jobs. Logan City Council is working hard to prepare for this growth.
In order to understand the future infrastructure needs of the Logan community, Council forecasts future housing and employment growth, and compares it with actual "on the ground" development to ensure infrastructure is provided in the right place at the right time.
Development monitoring reports are available for:
- June 2016 (PDF 1078 KB) - residential development across key development fronts in Logan as at June 2016, compared to projections for June 2016. A fact sheet is included which provides a summary of residential (with significant approvals in Greenbank, Park Ridge and Browns Plains) and non-residential development (with most activity in the retail and light industry sectors).
- December 2015 (PDF 1055 KB) - residential development across key fronts in Logan in December 2015, compared to projections for June 2016 (forecast 6 month ahead)
- June 2015 (PDF 313 KB) - residential development across key fronts in Logan in June 2015, compared to projections for June 2016 (forecasts a year ahead).
The development monitoring data is also available for review, download and/or analysis on Council's Open data portal (use the search keyword 'projection' to find the Non-Residential and Residential Development vs Projection datasets).
Previous infrastructure charging policy
|18 May 2015|
Logan Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No. 5) 2015 (PDF 4928 KB) came into effect.
|17 September 2014||Logan Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No. 4) Version 2 2013 (PDF 1369 KB) came into effect.|
|4 July 2014|
|1 July 2013||Logan Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No. 4) 2013 (PDF 579 KB) came into effect.|
|1 July 2012||Logan Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No.3) 2012 (PDF 595 KB) came into effect.|
|6 December 2011||Logan Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No.2) 2011 (PDF 3192 KB) came into effect.|
|1 July 2011||Logan Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No. 1) 2011 (PDF 5303 KB) came into effect.|
For further information about infrastructure planning and charging please refer to Council's
Fact Sheet - Logan Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No. 5) (PDF 230 KB) or contact Council by:
- Phone: 07 3412 4247 or
- Email: ICUgeneral@logan.qld.gov.au