Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP)
The Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) forms part of the Planning Scheme.
The LGIP identifies the local government's plans for trunk infrastructure that is necessary to service urban development at a desired standard of service in a coordinated, efficient and financially sustainable manner.
The LGIP contains assumptions about the projected population, housing and employment growth. It documents the desired standards of service (DSS) and demand for infrastructure. Plans For Trunk Infrastructure (PFTI) identify the key infrastructure needed to service the existing and projected growth.
The LGIP details what trunk infrastructure is required, where it is required, when it is required and why it is required, allowing council to be in a better position to make decisions about development and funding allocations.
The LGIP is formed in accordance with the Planning Act 2016 and the Statutory guideline 03/14 Local Government Infrastructure Plans.
The LGIP is located in Part 4 and Schedule 3 of the Planning Scheme
Supporting materials for the LGIP are available via the links below:
- Schedule of Works (SOW) Model (XLSM, 26140kB )
- LGIP Checklist (PDF,147kB)
- Appointed reviewer statement (PDF, 328kB)
Extrinsic materials identified in Part 4 of the LGIP
Land Use Planning
Fraser Coast Activity Centres & Employment Strategy August 2011
Social Infrastructure Needs Assessment August 2011
Sustainable Growth Strategy Final Report September 2011
Maryborough Water Supply Strategy 2010
Hervey Bay Water Supply Strategy 2009
Hervey Bay Waste Water Supply Strategy 2010
Maryborough Waste Water Supply Strategy 2010
Bunya Creek Catchment Flood Risk Reduction Study October 2006
Hervey Bay City Council Flood Risk Reduction Study:
- Appendix N Pialba/Point Vernon Coastal Strip
Eli Creek Catchment Management Plan Volume 1 October 2003
Lowlands Lagoons Catchment Drainage Study November 2003
Pulgul Creek Catchment Flood Risk Reduction Study
Tooan Tooan Creek Flood Risk Reduction Study
Urangan Drainage Study July 2003
Fraser Coast Regional Council Walk and Cycle Strategy March 2015