Draft City Plan 2015 (Planning Scheme)


Draft plan submissions review process

The City of Gold Coast (City) has received approximately 2,400 submissions and the process to analyse them will take time. We are currently issuing acknowledgements and undertaking initial reviews of what we have received.

The City Plan 2015 Sub Committee has been established to oversee the delivery of the draft plan. During the submissions review process, the City Plan sub Committee will meet fortnightly at Council Chambers to consider arising issues.

We will continue to provide updates on the analysis phase as it progresses.

It is intended that a final draft City Plan will be provided to the State Government for approval by the end of 2014, subject to Ministerial consideration, adoption and implementation of the draft plan expected in early 2015.


THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED.
THE FOLLOWING CONSULTATION INFORMATION IS RETAINED FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Building our city, enhancing our lifestyle

The City of Gold Coast (City) is seeking your feedback on the long term plan for land use and provisions in the next 20-30 years of planning through the draft City Plan 2015.

The draft City Plan 2015 (draft Plan) will reposition our City to take full advantage of major economic growth and development through identified priority land areas proposed in the draft Plan.

For all information about the draft City Plan:

      1. See the full version of the draft City Plan 2015
      2. Link to the frequently asked questions (FAQs)
      3. View background information to the draft City Plan 2015
      4. Access the interactive mapping of the City, including aerial photography and property data to learn how the draft planning scheme will affect properties in the City. If you require assistance accessing or interpreting any of the maps please contact the City on 1300 GOLDCOAST (1300 465 326)
      5. View dates and details for all draft City Plan 2015 community consultation open days.

      Hard copies of the draft City Plan and submission forms were available during the consultation process (which is now closed) at:

      1. City of Gold Coast Customer Service Centres, Nerang and Bundall
      2. All City of Gold Coast libraries; and
      3. All community consultation open days.

        Community was able to have its say on any aspect of the draft City Plan via the following mechanisms (which are now closed):

        1. Complete the online submission form;
        2. Create a discussion in the online discussion forum - to use the forum you must sign in at the top of this site;
        3. Attend a draft City Plan 2015 community consultation open day;
        4. Email your submission to haveyoursay@goldcoast.qld.gov.au;
        5. You may wish to download a printable submission form to be returned by mail; or
        6. Complete a written submission on your own letterhead and include the following information (as required under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009):
        • State the basis for your submission and any supporting facts and circumstances
        • Each person making the submission is to provide their name, residential and/or business address and sign the submission
        • Quote file reference number PD98/1132/25/02
        • Address your submission (via post) to Mr Dale Dickson, Chief Executive Officer, City of Gold Coast, PO Box 5042, GCMC, QLD 9729; or
        • Deliver your submission in person to a Customer Service Counter in Bundall or Nerang's City of Gold Coast offices

            The official public consultation for the draft City Plan 2015 closed on 29 July 2014 and submissions were accepted up to 20 August 2014.

            For any questions on the draft City Plan call 1300 GOLDCOAST (1300 465 326).







            Draft plan submissions review process

            The City of Gold Coast (City) has received approximately 2,400 submissions and the process to analyse them will take time. We are currently issuing acknowledgements and undertaking initial reviews of what we have received.

            The City Plan 2015 Sub Committee has been established to oversee the delivery of the draft plan. During the submissions review process, the City Plan sub Committee will meet fortnightly at Council Chambers to consider arising issues.

            We will continue to provide updates on the analysis phase as it progresses.

            It is intended that a final draft City Plan will be provided to the State Government for approval by the end of 2014, subject to Ministerial consideration, adoption and implementation of the draft plan expected in early 2015.


            THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED.
            THE FOLLOWING CONSULTATION INFORMATION IS RETAINED FOR YOUR INFORMATION

            Building our city, enhancing our lifestyle

            The City of Gold Coast (City) is seeking your feedback on the long term plan for land use and provisions in the next 20-30 years of planning through the draft City Plan 2015.

            The draft City Plan 2015 (draft Plan) will reposition our City to take full advantage of major economic growth and development through identified priority land areas proposed in the draft Plan.

            For all information about the draft City Plan:

                1. See the full version of the draft City Plan 2015
                2. Link to the frequently asked questions (FAQs)
                3. View background information to the draft City Plan 2015
                4. Access the interactive mapping of the City, including aerial photography and property data to learn how the draft planning scheme will affect properties in the City. If you require assistance accessing or interpreting any of the maps please contact the City on 1300 GOLDCOAST (1300 465 326)
                5. View dates and details for all draft City Plan 2015 community consultation open days.

                Hard copies of the draft City Plan and submission forms were available during the consultation process (which is now closed) at:

                1. City of Gold Coast Customer Service Centres, Nerang and Bundall
                2. All City of Gold Coast libraries; and
                3. All community consultation open days.

                  Community was able to have its say on any aspect of the draft City Plan via the following mechanisms (which are now closed):

                  1. Complete the online submission form;
                  2. Create a discussion in the online discussion forum - to use the forum you must sign in at the top of this site;
                  3. Attend a draft City Plan 2015 community consultation open day;
                  4. Email your submission to haveyoursay@goldcoast.qld.gov.au;
                  5. You may wish to download a printable submission form to be returned by mail; or
                  6. Complete a written submission on your own letterhead and include the following information (as required under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009):
                  • State the basis for your submission and any supporting facts and circumstances
                  • Each person making the submission is to provide their name, residential and/or business address and sign the submission
                  • Quote file reference number PD98/1132/25/02
                  • Address your submission (via post) to Mr Dale Dickson, Chief Executive Officer, City of Gold Coast, PO Box 5042, GCMC, QLD 9729; or
                  • Deliver your submission in person to a Customer Service Counter in Bundall or Nerang's City of Gold Coast offices

                      The official public consultation for the draft City Plan 2015 closed on 29 July 2014 and submissions were accepted up to 20 August 2014.

                      For any questions on the draft City Plan call 1300 GOLDCOAST (1300 465 326).







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                        There are six strategic themes that form the framework of the Draft City Plan 2015:

                        1. Creating liveable places
                        2. Improving transport outcomes
                        3. Making modern centres
                        4. Strengthening and diversifying the economy
                        5. Living with nature; and
                        6. A safe, well designed city.

                        Which of the six themes above is the most important to you and why?


                        There are six strategic themes that form the framework of the Draft City Plan 2015:

                        1. Creating liveable places
                        2. Improving transport outcomes
                        3. Making modern centres
                        4. Strengthening and diversifying the economy
                        5. Living with nature; and
                        6. A safe, well designed city.

                          Which of the six themes above is the most important to you and why?


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