Have your say on our proposed Local Government Infrastructure Plan
Isaac Regional Council has prepared a proposed Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) outlining the type, timing and location of planned trunk infrastructure for the region to 2036.
Council is inviting community feedback on the proposed LGIP from 5 February 2018 to 19 March 2018.
A LGIP is a statutory planning requirement under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009, which establishes a sustainable program of local, higher order infrastructure necessary to support population and employment growth, including transport, water and wastewater, parks and land for community facilities.
Once adopted, the proposed LGIP will be contained within the Belyando Shire Planning Scheme 2009, Broadsound Shire Planning Scheme 2005 and Nebo Shire Planning Scheme 2008.
What does a LGIP do?
A LGIP sets out the trunk infrastructure that Council intends to provide within the priority infrastructure areas identified for the region.
Trunk infrastructure is infrastructure that services the greater community and can include water and wastewater infrastructure, roads, shared pathways, parks and land for community infrastructure.
Trunk infrastructure is provided by Council and does not include infrastructure that is planned for and provided by the State Government.
Non-trunk infrastructure is infrastructure that generally only services a proposed development (for example, internal streets within a proposed subdivision) and is paid for and constructed by the developer. Non-trunk infrastructure is not identified within the LGIP.
How to have your say
- Review the LGIP material online below
- View a printed copy at Council's customer service centres in Moranbah, Clermont, Dysart, Glenden, Middlemount, Nebo and St Lawrence during the consultation period from 5 February to 19 March
- Make a formal submission