Development in Logan

To help us manage growth and development in Logan, we are guided by the Logan Planning Scheme and Queensland planning legislation.

Some development, depending on the location and type, needs an approval. To get an approval, you need to lodge an application, which we will assess against the Logan Planning Scheme.  To help you find out if your development needs an approval, please see Assessment criteria and categories of development.

The following information may be helpful if you are planning a development in Logan.

Development assessment video transcript

To learn more about the development process in the City of Logan, you can view our short videos about Infrastructure Contributions and Environmental Offsets

Priority development areas – Greater Flagstone and Yarrabilba

The Greater Flagstone and Yarrabilba areas are Priority development areas (PDAs).

In October 2010, the Queensland Government took over as the planning authority for these areas. We are not the responsible planning authority for Greater Flagstone and Yarrabilba.

For more information about priority development areas, please contact Economic Development Queensland. This includes enquiries about:

General enquiries

For general enquiries about planning and development, please contact our team.