UPQ Fact Sheet – Subdivision in South East Queensland Below we have provided tables for major South East Queensland Council’s minimum lot sizes. Please speak with us prior to purchasing property or if your proposal does not meet the below requirements. Brisbane Brisbane City Plan 2014 Zone Precinct Front (m2) Rear (m2) Low Density Residential
If you are familiar with using your local Council’s planning scheme you can use the ‘level of assessment table’ within that document to determine whether you require an application for your proposed development. This will involve checking for any triggers against the Zoning, Local Area or Neighbourhood Plan and Overlays. If you are not familiar
People often ask me, where is the new area for development? These are areas where prices are relatively affordable but earmarked by government for increased development. There are a number of ways that planners can identify new areas and opportunities: Neighbourhood Plans New Planning Schemes Council Incentives Regional Plans Priority Development Areas Neighbourhood Plans Watch out for new or changing neighbourhood plans.
The most common question asked by my clients is “what are my chances of development approval?”. The answer is more complicated than ‘you are guaranteed approval’ or ‘never going to happen’ due to the nature of Council’s assessment processes. As a private planner we can only guarantee approvals where you are fully compliant with the