Public notification (now closed) - planning scheme amendments
Council's proposed amendments to the Bundaberg Regional Council Planning Scheme 2015 (planning scheme) were available for public consultation from Monday, 16 September 2019 to Monday, 21 October 2019.
While public notification is now closed, the proposed amendments and explanatory material are still available below:
The purpose and general effect of the proposed amendments are as follows:
Amendment No. 5 (Major Amendment)
This amendment proposes ongoing improvements to the operation and efficiency of the planning scheme, and other changes to guide future growth and development in the Bundaberg Region.
This amendment includes:
- minor changes to codes and levels of assessment to reflect desired intent and community expectations, including for Secondary dwellings and Dual occupancy development;
- zoning changes to recognise current land use, future development intent and correct errors;
- local planning for the Burnett Heads town centre, the Kalkie-Ashfield local development area, and part of Bargara (between Hughes and Seaview Roads);
- changes to address State interests, including regulated requirements and the Bundaberg State Development Area;
- changes to overlays, and the inclusion of additional local heritage places;
- other changes to improve the operation and efficiency of the planning scheme.
The proposed amendment and explanatory material are available for download below:
- Explanatory Statement- Major Amendment No. 5
- Fact Sheet - Major Amendment No. 5
- Part 1 About the planning scheme
- Part 3 Strategic framework
- Part 5 Tables of assessment
- Part 6 Zone codes
- Part 7 Local plans
- Part 8 Overlay codes
- Part 9 Development codes
- Schedule 1 Definitions
- Schedule 2 Overlay Mapping Changes
- Schedule 2 Zone Mapping Changes
- Schedule 6.2 Planning scheme policy for the Heritage and Neighbourhood Character
- Schedule 6.5 Planning scheme policy for Information Council may request, and preparing well made applications and technical reports
Amendment No. 6 (Mon Repos/Sea Turtle Amendment)
This amendment proposes to provide a greater level of protection for the Mon Repos Conservation Park and sea turtles from the effects of urban development.
The amendment provides a longer-term policy response to the ministerial direction notice given to Council on 19 February 2017, and the interim controls put in place through Temporary Local Planning Instrument 1/2018 (Protection of the Mon Repos Turtle Conservation Area).
This amendment includes:
- A sea turtle sensitive area overlay code to ensure assessable development in coastal areas avoids adverse impacts on sea turtles, including impacts from artificial lighting;
- zoning changes to include land at Shelley Street, Burnett Heads (currently included in the Emerging community zone) in the Rural residential zone - Precinct RRZ1 (2000m2 minimum lot size area);
- changes to other parts of the planning scheme, including the Advertising devices code and Nuisance code.
The proposed amendment and supporting material are available for download below:
- Explanatory Statement - Mon Repos Turtle Amendment
- Fact Sheet - Mon Repos Sea Turtle Amendment
- Proposed Amendment - Mon Repos Sea Turtle Amendment (consolidated)
- Part 5 Table of Assessment - Overlay
- Part 7 Figure 7.2.1 Central coastal urban growth area local plan concept
- Part 8 Sea turtle sensitive area overlay code
- Part 9 Advertising devices code
- Part 9 Nuisance code
- Proposed zone mapping changes - Shelley Street, Burnett Heads
A copy of the proposed amendments and supporting material are available for inspection and purchase at Council’s Development counter at Level 6, Auswide Building, 16-20 Barolin Street, Bundaberg.
Please note: Each proposed amendment should be viewed independently.The proposed amendements have been prepared to the current adopted version of the Bundaberg Regional Council Planning Scheme 2015 (version 4.1).
To view proposed zoning and overlay mapping changes relating to the proposed amendments, please also visit Council's Interactive Mapping - Proposed Amendments.
For enquires or information about the proposed amendments, visit Council’s website, phone 1300 883 699, email email@example.com or enquire at Council’s Development counter at Level 6, Auswide Building, 16-20 Barolin Street, Bundaberg.