City of Gold Coast Planning and Development Hub

Welcome to the City of Gold Coast Planning and Development Hub - an online communication and engagement tool created to provide a secure location to give you access to information on matters relating to planning, building and development, such as:

  • practice notes
  • training videos
  • presentations
  • news.
To become a member of this important hub, please click on 'register to get involved' now.


Welcome to the City of Gold Coast Planning and Development Hub - an online communication and engagement tool created to provide a secure location to give you access to information on matters relating to planning, building and development, such as:

  • practice notes
  • training videos
  • presentations
  • news.
To become a member of this important hub, please click on 'register to get involved' now.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    RiskSmart Self-to-Code development applications have been introduced as a new assessment process for self-assessable development that does not comply with one or more self-assessable acceptable outcomes of the City Plan.

    The City is seeking your feedback on the current RiskSmart Self-to-Code process. Your feedback will help streamline and improve the lodgement and assessment process.


    RiskSmart Self-to-Code development applications have been introduced as a new assessment process for self-assessable development that does not comply with one or more self-assessable acceptable outcomes of the City Plan.

    The City is seeking your feedback on the current RiskSmart Self-to-Code process. Your feedback will help streamline and improve the lodgement and assessment process.


    Take Survey
  • The Guidelines for working near water and sewer infrastructure (Guidelines) were created in response to the increase in construction works near water and sewer infrastructure.

    While the City endeavours to provide the most accurate and informative guidelines, we are encouraging any stakeholders (i.e. contractors, supervisors, project manager, designers, etc.) to share feedback on the document and procedures.

    Your feedback is much appreciated and will help streamline and improve the Guidelines.


    The Guidelines for working near water and sewer infrastructure (Guidelines) were created in response to the increase in construction works near water and sewer infrastructure.

    While the City endeavours to provide the most accurate and informative guidelines, we are encouraging any stakeholders (i.e. contractors, supervisors, project manager, designers, etc.) to share feedback on the document and procedures.

    Your feedback is much appreciated and will help streamline and improve the Guidelines.


    Take Survey