Place-based projects

Logan Central

Logan Central Advisory Group (November 2019)

The Logan Central Advisory Group (LCAG) represents local residents, businesses, property owners, retailers and other stakeholders.

LCAG provides input and guidance to us on the detailed design and delivery of the Logan Central Implementation Fund Projects.

If you would like to be a part of the LCAG, please fill in the expression of interest application form below and email to

Logan Central Implementation Plan (February 2019)

The Logan Central Implementation Plan (PDF 5.86 MB) was approved on 26 February 2019 to guide the planning and delivery of priority projects and programs in Logan Central.

The plan builds on the overall aims of the Logan Central Master Plan and includes the outcomes of the Logan Central Summit.

Logan Central Summit (May 2018)

The Logan Central Summit was held on 11 May 2018.

It focused on ways that government, industry, business owners, landowners and the community can collaborate to harness strengths and capitalise on opportunities to develop Logan Central as the civic and cultural heart of the city.

For more information and outcomes of the event, please download Logan Central Summit (PDF 3.5 KB) information.

Logan Central Master Plan (November 2014)

The Logan Central Master Plan (PDF 6322 KB) provides the strategic vision to guide development in Logan Central and realise its potential as the cultural and civic heart of Logan City (as identified in the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009–2031).

The Logan Central Master Plan was endorsed by Council on 18 November 2014. It informed the development of the Logan Central Local Plan, which was incorporated into the Logan Planning Scheme (refer to Logan Central Local Plan in Part 7), and now guides decision making in this area.

Logan Central Affordable House Project (June 2013)

Logan City Council, the Australian Government and Horizon Housing formed a partnership to deliver an affordable housing demonstration project (PDF 2571 KB). Tallowwood on North is an innovative residential development that showcases high-quality urban design and a range of affordable housing options. It was completed in June 2013 with funding from the Australian Government's Liveable Cities Program.