Planning Schemes

Scenic Rim Planning Scheme

The Scenic Rim Planning Scheme 2020 and accompanying Planning Scheme Policies were adopted by Council on 20 January 2020, and commenced on 20 March 2020. The current version of the planning scheme is dated 16 April 2021 and incorporates Amendments 1 and 2. A copy of the planning scheme is available via the link below or can be inspected or purchased at Scenic Rim Regional Council's Customer Service Centres. 

Go to current Scenic Rim Planning Scheme

 

Amendments

The current version of the Scenic Rim Planning Scheme commenced on 16 April 2021 and incorporates the following amendments:

Amendment Title Purpose Commencement
Amendment No. 1 Minor Amendment to incorporate the flood hazard mapping from the Refined Flood Study for the Canungra Township. 16 April 2021
Amendment No. 2 Administrative Amendment to correct administrative errors and formatting. 16 April 2021


Superseded planning schemes

The Scenic Rim Planning Scheme 2020 that applied immediately before the current version is the superseded planning scheme. Under the provisions of the Planning Act 2016, a person may request that a proposed development be assessed and decided under the superseded planning scheme. Requests to lodge an application under a superseded planning scheme must be made within one year of the new version of the planning scheme taking effect and may be agreed to, or refused.

Go to the superseded Scenic Rim Planning Scheme

 

Historic planning schemes

Prior to the commencement of the Scenic Rim Planning Scheme 2020, the parts of the following planning schemes that applied to the Scenic Rim Local Government Area had effect:

  1. Beaudesert Shire Planning Scheme 2007
  2. Boonah Shire Planning Scheme 2006
  3. Ipswich Planning Scheme

Please contact Council's Strategic Planning Team if you would like further information about historic planning schemes.

 

Related planning information

The South East Queensland Regional Plan provides a planning and growth framework to enhance SEQ's liveability and prosperity,  

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