If we are proposing major changes to the Logan Planning Scheme, we will make those changes available for public viewing and feedback after they have been checked by the Queensland Government. During the period of consultation, you can make a submission (have your say) either supporting or objecting to all or part of the proposed amendments.
We will consider all properly made submissions before the amendment is progressed. We will notify those who have given us their feedback about how their submission has been dealt with. We also give the Queensland Government a summary of the matters raised in properly made submissions, and explain how they have been dealt with.
Currently open for consultation
Amendments to the Logan Planning Scheme currently open for public consultation are listed in the table below. You can view the changes being proposed and have your say about them in the Logan ePlan or by visiting Have Your Say.
There are currently no amendments open for public review and comment.
Making a submission
Submissions on proposed amendments to the Logan Planning Scheme can be made during the public consultation period. You can submit your feedback:
online (through the submissions portal in the Logan ePlan)
in person – for the address and opening hours of your nearest office please see connect with us
by post – to find out where to post your application to please see connect with us.
Amendments which have recently completed consultation are listed in the table below. You can view the submissions report and further information about the proposed amendments. To find information about other amendments in progress or adopted, please see Amendments and feedback.
Consultation closed and status
Local Government Infrastructure Plan Interim Amendment (LGIP v1.2) – this amendment updates existing and projected demand in service catchments, updates the estimated timing and costs associated with land acquisition and works for stormwater infrastructure and roads (including the new Nestor Drive extension in Meadowbrook), and adds and removes some stormwater detention basins from the schedules of works. See Understanding What’s Changed to learn more.
Friday 17 September 2021
Properly made submissions
To be properly made, a submission must:
be made in writing and be signed by each person making the submission, unless it is made electronically
be received by Council during the consultation period (on or before the last day)
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
state a postal or electronic address for service relating to the submission.