Logan Planning Scheme

The Logan Planning Scheme helps us manage growth, plan for a sustainable future and guide the way land is used and developed in Logan.

The current version commenced on 6 February 2023 (Logan Planning Scheme 2015 V9). The Summary of Changes will tell you what’s changed in this version. You can also see Amendments adopted and commenced for a list of all amendments in this and previous versions. 

The flood related provisions and hazard mapping of the Logan Planning Scheme are currently affected by the Temporary Local Planning Instrument (TLPI) No. 1/2023, which commenced on 30 October 2023.  To view the TLPI document and maps please see the TLPI folder.  To learn more about flooding in Logan visit our Flood page.  

The Logan Planning Scheme does not apply to the priority development areas of Yarrabilba and Greater Flagstone. Development in these areas is managed by Economic Development Queensland.

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Accessing the Logan Planning Scheme

To view the planning scheme in an alternative format, or buy a hard copy, please contact our team.

  • Use the Logan ePlan to view the planning scheme.
  • Use the Logan PD Hub to view planning scheme maps and find out which parts of the planning scheme apply to your property.
  • Access PDF copies of the Logan Planning Scheme current documents and maps (these folders include all maps, code compliance tables (MS Word), copies of separate planning scheme parts and a copy of the entire scheme). A summary of changes and the documents for the amendments introduced in the latest version of the scheme are also available.
  • Access standard drawings using the Logan ePlan or see Works and specifications.

To view the planning scheme in an alternative format, or buy a hard copy, please contact our team.

Logan Plan 2025

Council is preparing a new planning scheme for the City of Logan: Logan Plan 2025.  

This major program of work will help us better manage our city’s growth, protect our environment, improve design outcomes, manage natural hazards and create opportunities for jobs and prosperity. Our draft Logan Plan 2025 is being reviewed by the Queensland Government to make sure it aligns with regional and state interests, plans and policies. We will then share it with our community in the second half of 2024 so that everyone can have their say to help shape the plan to guide Logan’s future growth.

To learn more: