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City Plan drafting reports

Local Government Infrastructure Plan Stormwater quality draft amendment Submissions Report

The City has reviewed all properly made submissions and a response to each submission is provided in the report below.

LGIP Stormwater quality draft amendment submission report (PDF 626KB)

Major Update to City Plan Policies (Schedule 6) Submissions Report

The City has reviewed all properly made submissions to Major Update to City Plan Policies (Schedule 6). In reviewing each submission, changes were considered and made to the update packages where it could be demonstrated the change would result in an improved outcome or public benefit.

The City's response to each submission is provided in the Submissions Report.

Major Update to City Plan Policies (Schedule 6) Submissions Report (PDF 559kb)

Major 1 and 1B Submissions Report

The City has reviewed all properly made submissions to the first major updates to the City Plan. In reviewing each submission, changes were considered and made to the update packages where it could be demonstrated the change would result in an improved outcome or public benefit.

The City's response to each submission is provided in the Submissions Report.

Major 1 and 1B Submissions Report (PDF 7.85mb)

The City Plan online interactive mapping tool has also been updated to reinstate flood planning levels and flood depths for the draft flood overlay maps recently exhibited as part of Major Update 1. These maps can be viewed in interactive mapping.

A fact sheet has been developed to provide background and clarify mapping inputs.

Flood overlay mapping fact sheet (PDF 757kb)

Draft Local Government Infrastructure Plan Submissions Report

In accordance with the Planning Act 2016, the City of Gold Coast prepared a Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) which outlines our vision for trunk infrastructure over the next 15 years. After approval from the State Government, the draft LGIP was available for public consultation from 4 October to 15 November 2017.

The City has reviewed all properly made submissions to the draft LGIP and a response to each submission is provided in the report below.

Draft Local Government Infrastructure Plan Submissions Report (PDF 502kb)

How to view your submission response

If you made a submission, you will receive a formal response from the City which will include your unique submission number. Use this unique submission number to find the comments/points of submission you raised and the City's subsequent response.

To find the City’s response to your submission, use the following instructions:

A search field should appear on your screen. Enter your unique submission number in the search field and click 'Enter'. If your submissions raised more than one issue, there will be multiple responses throughout the report. To find all responses against your submission number, use the following instructions:

Draft City Plan Submissions Report

The draft City Plan replaced the Our Living City Gold Coast Planning Scheme 2003 when it commenced on 2 February 2016. The plan applies to the entire Gold Coast area and was prepared in accordance with the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 as a framework for managing development.

State interest review of the draft City Plan was completed in April 2014 and, following a number of changes in response to state requirements, the City endorsed the draft plan for public consultation in June 2014.

The official public consultation period was held from 17 June to 29 July 2014 with submissions accepted until 20 August 2014.

The City Plan 2015 Special Committee reviewed all submissions to the draft plan and a City response to each submission is provided in this report.

Draft City Plan 2015 Submissions Report (PDF 12.4mb)


Draft City Plan 2015 - Response to Outstanding State Matters Report

The following report outlines City of Gold Coast responses to outstanding State matters in relation to the Draft City Plan 2015.

Draft City Plan 2015 Response to Outstanding State Matters Report (PDF 5.6mb)

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