Logan City Council endorsed the Logan Village Local Plan on 30 March 2010, and the plan was incorporated into Part 7 (Local Plans) of the Logan Planning Scheme 2015 when it commenced on 18 May 2015.
The Logan Village Local Plan covers an area approximately bounded by North Street (opposite the Logan Village State School), Albert Street (Waterford-Tamborine Road), Anzac Avenue and the Logan River. The area has a charming village quality and a strong sense of history. It is the retail and commercial hub for the broader rural residential community, and a valuable tourist destination. Key features of the Logan Village local plan include:
- Preserving the Village Green, adding a boulevard on separate land along its eastern border;
- Making Albert Street into a service road; and
- Relocating Waterford-Tamborine Road closer to the rail line in the long-term.
The following resources are provided for historical reference only; for decision-making purposes please refer to the Logan Village Local Plan in Part 7 of the Logan Planning Scheme 2015.
Council thanks those residents who provided input into the local plan during community consultation in September 2009 and during discussions in recent years.
For further information on the Logan Village Local Plan, please contact Council's planning team.