Current Planning Schemes
In accordance with the Queensland Government local government boundary reforms, the northern part of the former Beaudesert Shire and the area north of the Albert River was transferred to Logan City Council on 15 March 2008.
In accordance with the requirements of the Integrated Planning Act 1997, Logan City Council now administers all development and land use planning within the transferred area.
Areas that have not transferred to Logan City Council will be administered by Scenic Rim Regional Council or continue to be administer by the Gold Coast City Council. All enquiries regarding planning and development within these areas should be made to Scenic Rim Regional Council and Gold Coast City Council.
The version of the Beaudesert Shire Planning Scheme and Gold Coast Planning Scheme operating in the transferred area administered by Logan City Council is different to the versions operating in the Scenic Rim Regional Council boundary and the new Gold Coast City Council boundary.
Applicants should ensure they are using the correct version of the planning scheme when preparing their applications.
About the Beaudesert Planning Schemes, why we need them, and what they regulate and cannot regulate.
About the Gold Coast Planning Schemes, why we need them, and what they regulate and cannot regulate.
About the Logan Planning Scheme, why we need it, and what it regulates and cannot regulate.