Planning Scheme Consultation

 

Current Consultation Activities

The are no consultation activities at present

 

Previous Planning Scheme Consultation

Scenic Rim Planning Scheme Project - Community Workshops

Council is seeking expressions of interest from stakeholders and members of the community to participate in Community Workshops. Each workshop will undertake local planning exercises to identify local values and preferred locations for particular land use types. Attendance is strictly by RSVP ONLY. Workshops will be held from 5.30pm until 9.30pm at the following locations:

  • Boonah Cultural Centre on Wednesday 19 and Tuesday 25 November 2014;
  • Beaudesert - The Centre on Monday 17 and Wednesday 26 November 2014; and
  • North Tamborine Vonda Youngman Community Centre on Tuesday 18 and Thursday 27 November 2014.

Each workshop is identical in format, however content will be tailored to the venue's local statistical area of Boonah, Beaudesert and Tamborine-Canungra which means there are two workshops for each area and you can choose just the one date that best suits you to attend.  Information sheets will be available to further outline the content of workshop.   RSVP no later than Wednesday 5 November 2014 by

  • telephoning 07 5540 5115,
  • emailing mail@scenicrim.qld.gov.au; or
  • post to PO Box 25 Beaudesert Q 4285.

For more details click here for Invitation & RSVP Sheet.

 

Subscribe

To receive electronic notifications via email as the New Planning Scheme Project progresses, please complete the form at this link to become a SUBSCRIBER  to New Scenic Rim Planning Scheme or alternatively cut and paste this URL address into your web browser: http://eepurl.com/HiyUj

 

Directions Paper - March to May 2014

The purpose of the Directions Paper is to articulate the key commitments and policy directions for the new Scenic Rim Planning Scheme. It also aims to outline the planning and development challenges faced by Scenic Rim Region, and how Council, through its planning scheme, intends to respond to these challenges. The Directions Paper identifies matters Council anticipates the new planning scheme will address, and provides information as to how the planning scheme intends to address those matters.

The finalised version of the Directions Paper was adopted by Council on 26 August 2014 and is available to view or download here

A consultation report was drafted to outline the activities undertaken, to summarise the feedback provided and to outline how the feedback will be used. Below is a link to the report:

Consultation Report for the Directions Paper

From 26 March 2014 - 2 May 2014, Council sought feedback from the community, stakeholders and interest groups on the Draft Directions Paper. A copy of the Draft Directions Paper is available to view and/or download here

Other related documents can be viewed by clicking the link below
Consultation Activity Statement 2 - Draft Strategic Directions Paper

PLEASE NOTE: All documents have not been adopted by Scenic Rim Regional Council and are provided for transparency and information purposes only. The findings and issues identified herein may or may not be used by the Scenic Rim Regional Council in the preparation of the new Planning Scheme, and should not be used as an indication as to the future intent or policy position of the Scenic Rim Regional Council. Stakeholders and the Scenic Rim community should not rely on any of the material contained herein as representing likely or final decisions by the Scenic Rim Regional Council, nor should it be used to support or otherwise in the making and lodging of a development application with the Scenic Rim Regional Council. Scenic Rim Regional Council and its officers accept no liability for loss occasioned to any person or entity making decisions or refraining from making decisions acting in reliance upon any material contained within this document.

 

Draft Consultation Report for Policy Positioning Phase - June to September 2013

From June to September 2013 Council conducted a targeted stakeholder consultation process aimed at identifying the needs, issues and opportunities for each of the four land uses - rural, residential, retail and commercial, and industrial. A consultation report was drafted to outline the process undertaken, to summarise the feedback provided and to outline how the feedback will be used. Below is a link to the report:

Draft Consultation Report for Policy Positioning Phase
Attachment 8A - Forum Presentation: Rural
Attachment 8B - Forum Presentation: Residential
Attachment 8C - Forum Presentation: Retail and Commercial
Attachment 8D - Forum Presentation: Industrial

PLEASE NOTE: All documents have not been adopted by Scenic Rim Regional Council and are provided for transparency and information purposes only. The findings and issues identified herein may or may not be used by the Scenic Rim Regional Council in the preparation of the new Planning Scheme, and should not be used as an indication as to the future intent or policy position of the Scenic Rim Regional Council. Stakeholders and the Scenic Rim community should not rely on any of the material contained herein as representing likely or final decisions by the Scenic Rim Regional Council, nor should it be used to support or otherwise in the making and lodging of a development application with the Scenic Rim Regional Council. Scenic Rim Regional Council and its officers accept no liability for loss occasioned to any person or entity making decisions or refraining from making decisions acting in reliance upon any material contained within this document.