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Council planning resolutions Council planning resolutions

A list below contains Council Resolutions relevant to Development and Planning on the Fraser Coast. 

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Item Council Meeting Resoultion

Emerging Community Local Plan Area Infrastructure Agreement Policy (PDF,360kB)

 

15 June 2016 Council resolved to adopt the “Emerging Community Local Plan Area Infrastructure Agreement Policy” including the Residential Delayed Payment Incentive or policy enforced at the time.
Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution August 2016(PDF,278kB) 27 July 2016 Council resolved to adopt regulated infrastructure charges in accordance with State Planning Regulatory Provisions (Adopted charges), and to align with the "Sustainable Planning (Infrastructure Charges) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014".
Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resolution December 2015 (PDF,1.7MB) 2 December 2015 Council resolved to Extend the currency of the “Infrastructure Charges Incentives Administrative
Policy” from 15 February 2016 for a period of twelve (12) months; extend the currency of the “Direct Financial Incentive Offer” under the “Investment Attraction Incentive Policy” from 15 February 2016 for a period of Twelve (12 )
months; and to apply infrastructure charges in accordance with Category 4 Roll in provisions for existing Maryborough Developments subject to existing agreements and conditions of development.
Adopted Infrastructure Charges Resoultion 2015 (PDF,1.5MB) 21 January 2015 Council resolved to adopt regulated infrastructure charges in accordance with State Planning Regulatory Provisions (Adopted charges), and to align with the "Sustainable Planning (Infrastructure Charges) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014".  Council also resolved to extend the Infrastructure Charges Incentives Administration Policy and Direct Financial Incentive Offer.
Flood Hazard Area 10 September 2014 Council made changes to the Flood Hazard Area resolution.  For more information click here.
Amenity and aesthetics considerations for development policy (amenity and aesthetic impact of shipping containers and railway carriages)(PDF,398kB) 16 April 2014 Council  adopted the ‘Amenity and Aesthetics Considerations for Development (Amenity and Aesthetic Impact of Shipping Containers and Railway Carriages) Council Policy’.