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North Lakes Locality

Version 1 February 2016 (To be notified of mapping changes and updates please subscribe to PD News)Moreton Bay Regional Council has finalised a new planning scheme that supports growth and maintains the region’s unique characteristics. The MBRC Planning Scheme is to commence 1 February 2016.Planning schemes use overlays to show the location and extent of special features that need to be considered, such as where land may be subject to hazards or other characteristics. Overlay maps may apply to all or part of your property and your property may be affected by more than one overlay. Having an overlay on your property will only affect you if you intend to develop (i.e. extent or build, change use, subdivide, clear native vegetation, fill or excavate). For more information refer to the values and constraints criteria in the relevant code in the planning scheme, see a range of helpful information sheets or contact Council. The attribute fields are defined as per Qld Planning Provisions, Schedule 2. The Queensland Planning Provisions (QPP) are the standard planning scheme provisions made by the Minister for Planning under Chapter 2, Part 5, Division 2 and Chapter 2, Part 6 of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009. Further details on the Qld Planning Provisions can be found here.

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Field Value
Title North Lakes Locality
Type Dataset
Language English
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Data Status active
Update Frequency asNeeded
Landing Page https://data.gov.au/dataset/a03b04936d01423f8282122603f2691c
Date Published 2017-07-28
Date Updated 2017-08-10
Contact Point
Moreton Bay Regional Council
(07) 3205 0555
Temporal Coverage 2015-12-23T22:01:22.000Z - 2016-03-22T01:54:10.379Z
Geospatial Coverage 152.9350845335948,-27.277698336421125,153.07754976232795,-27.17409600265373
Jurisdiction Local Government
Data Portal Moreton Bay ArcGIS JSON Harvest
Publisher/Agency Moreton Bay Regional Council
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