City-wide projects

Facade Improvement Program

The Facade Improvement Program (FIP) encourages owners / tenants to enhance their façade and help improve street appeal. This is part of a strategy to revitalise buildings and streetscapes in eligible areas / selected urban centres. Council will contribute $2 for every $1 invested by successful applicants up to a maximum of $5,000 to deliver the façade enhancements.

Employment Lands Strategy 2020

Economic development and job opportunities are a high priority for Council.

In 2017 we began a project to make sure that Logan continues to provide enough employment land to support job creation and make it easier for businesses to start up, move to and grow in our city.

In July 2020, Council endorsed the Employment Lands Strategy 2020. The strategy sets out our vision for this land (in the Mixed Use, Low Impact Industry and Medium Impact Industry zones) and outlines the intention for different employment areas. The strategy will provide certainty for businesses and investors and will help shape future changes to the Logan Planning Scheme. 

To find out more please download our Employment Lands Strategy 2020 (PDF 1.5MB).

For more information about Logan's workforce and industries, please see the city's Economic Profile.

Logan Housing Study 2020

In the past decade, the City of Logan has experienced unprecedented population and housing growth. This trend is expected to continue.

To understand how Logan is performing in the delivery of housing, in 2020 we developed a Housing Strategy. This will help us to establish best practice policy options for future housing and residential development.

To find out more please download the Logan Housing Study 2020 (PDF 4.8MB).

Night-time Economy Strategy for the City of Logan

We are looking at ways to create more active places for people at night and help businesses extend their productivity into the night.

A Night-time Economy Strategy for the City of Logan will detail ways for Council to plan better places for businesses, services and the community after dark, including:

  • enhancing places with more things to do and see
  • improving access and safety to places in the evening
  • extending the productivity of Logan businesses into the night.