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Schedule 3 Local government infrastructure plan mapping and tables

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SC3.1 Planning assumption tables

SC3.2 Schedules of works

SC3.3 Local government infrastructure plan maps

SC3.1 Planning assumption tables

Table SC3.1.1—Existing and projected population
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Table SC3.1.2—Existing and projected employees
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Table SC3.1.3—Planned density and demand generation rate for a trunk infrastructure network

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Table SC3.1.4—Existing and projected residential dwellings
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Table SC3.1.5—Existing and projected non-residential floor space
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Table SC3.1.6—Existing and projected demand for the stormwater network
Column 1
Column 2
Service Catchment
Existing and projected demand (impervious hectares)
2016
(base date)
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate development
Cabbage Tree Creek
1,506
1,553
1,644
1,696
2,076
Nundah Downfall Creek
1,527
1,561
1,594
1,621
1,978
Kedron Brook
3,424
3,515
3,608
3,683
4,464
Breakfast Creek
1,420
1,449
1,475
1,496
1,791
Albion
67
69
70
72
89
ATCN
842
867
935
984
1,262
INES
436
446
453
470
546
Pashen Creek LSMP
206
213
217
220
276
Perrin
393
404
416
423
491
ATC South (a)
497
520
544
566
675
Toowong Creeks
898
915
927
937
1,084
Cubberla Creek
297
304
310
314
378
Moggill Creek
153
156
160
162
190
Fig Tree Pocket
159
163
167
168
241
Graceville LSMPS
89
91
93
94
105
Graceville
124
127
129
131
147
BBnePrec3
661
676
687
697
829
West End (a)
27
29
30
31
34
West End (b)
29
30
30
30
32
Norman Creek
1,545
1,580
1,608
1,635
1,949
ATC South (b)
292
302
313
322
489
ATC South (c)
158
163
169
175
210
Wynnum West (a)
44
45
47
48
58
Wakerley (a)
111
113
116
117
149
Wakerley (b)
110
113
115
117
145
Lota
135
138
141
143
173
Tingalpa Creek
1
1
1
1
1
Scrubby Creek
390
403
422
430
509
Calamvale
282
293
309
313
427
Oxley Creek
4,497
4,611
4,753
4,876
5,585
Pullen Pullen Creek
86
88
90
90
96
Farm
924
946
967
982
1,119
Wolston
297
302
307
312
357
Richlands (a)
291
301
310
322
381
Richlands (b)
172
179
189
202
233
Richlands (c)
222
227
233
239
269
Richlands (d)
112
118
129
143
258
Richlands (e)
145
146
151
152
251
Doolandella
101
110
114
118
179
Rochedale (a)
41
41
67
69
120
Rochedale (b)
62
67
83
98
183
Rochedale (c)
18
18
29
29
43
Rochedale (d)
71
75
85
91
229
Rochedale (e)
4
4
4
4
4
Wynnum
566
578
590
599
690
Wynnum West (b)
154
158
165
168
199
Wynnum West (c)
38
40
41
42
47
Bald Hills Creek
876
894
915
934
1,093
BBnePrec1
164
168
178
180
196
Bulimba Creek
3,426
3,506
3,607
3,678
4,326
Western Creeks LSMPS
423
431
438
444
519

Editor’s note—

The service catchments for the stormwater network in Column 1 of Table SC3.1.6 are identified on Map A3 Stormwater Network Service Catchments.

Table SC3.1.7—Existing and projected demand for the transport network (road network)
Column 1
Column 2
Service catchment
Existing and projected demand (vehicle trips per day)
2016 (base date)
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate development
1
400,068
409,109
418,151
437,191
580,600
2
76,888
78,816
80,745
83,999
84,242
3
296,785
324,696
352,607
379,712
581,695
4
268,520
270,447
272,374
283,918
395,728
5
239,216
254,968
270,720
285,807
394,952
6
428,682
445,138
461,595
489,577
655,490
7
560,299
581,921
603,542
638,914
767,913
8
1,111,403
1,193,837
1,276,271
1,368,847
1,738,143
9
214,720
230,101
245,481
268,846
367,118
10
430,033
462,255
494,477
535,463
775,461
11
209,368
214,625
219,882
226,302
293,326
12
132,327
133,465
134,602
141,271
162,920
13
204,861
213,075
221,289
244,454
386,383
14
381,068
396,446
411,824
433,715
708,025
15
526,197
534,455
542,712
573,005
827,583
16
701,732
768,000
834,269
879,144
1,280,345
17
71,445
71,597
71,748
73,412
97,725
Citywide
6,253,612
6,582,951
6,912,290
7,343,577
10,097,649

Editor’s note—

Predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply and predicted existing future non-residential floor space was allocated to a unique catchment based on the centroid of either a site (for dwellings) or a Brisbane Strategic Transport Model zone (for floor space) being contained within a catchment.

The service catchments for the transport network (road network) in Column 1 of Table SC3.1.7 are identified on Map A4 Transport Network (Road Network) Service Catchments.

Table SC3.1.8—Existing and projected demand for the transport network (pathway network)
Column 1
Column 2
Service catchment
Existing and projected demand (person trips per day)
2016
(base date)
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate development
Citywide
2,886,302
3,095,529
3,302,455
3,516,137
4,638,511

Editor’s note—

Predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply and predicted existing and future non-residential floor space was allocated to a unique catchment based on the centroid of a site being contained within a catchment.

The service catchments for the transport network (pathway network) in Column 1 of Table SC3.1.8 are identified on Map A7 Transport Network (pathway network and ferry terminals network) Service Catchments.

Table SC3.1.9—Existing and projected demand for the transport network (ferry terminals network)
Column 1
Column 2
Service catchment
Existing and projected demand (person trips per day)
2016
(base date)
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate development
Citywide
89,178
95,637
102,026
108,623
143,275

Editor’s note—

Predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply and predicted existing and future non-residential floor space was allocated to a unique catchment based on the centroid of a site being contained within a catchment.

The service catchments for the transport network (ferry terminals network) in Column 1 of Table SC3.1.9 are identified on Map A7 Transport Network (pathway network and ferry terminals network) Service Catchments.

Table SC3.1.10—Existing and projected demand for the public parks network (inside recreation needs area)
Column 1
Column 2
Service catchment
Existing and projected demand (equivalent persons)
2016 (base date)
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate development
East
270,851
284,157
295,506
307,871
366,322
North
209,421
226,381
242,582
254,535
295,457
South
338,944
357,387
371,770
395,334
459,705
West
318,557
330,422
338,173
349,083
397,696

Editor’s note—

Predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply and predicted existing and future non-residential floor space was allocated to a unique catchment based on the centroid of a site being contained within a catchment.

The service catchments for the public parks network (inside recreation needs area) in Column 1 of Table SC3.1.10 are identified on Map A5 Public Parks Network Service Catchments.

Table SC3.1.11 Existing and projected demand for the public parks network (outside recreation needs area)
Column 1
Column 2
Service catchment
Existing and projected demand (equivalent persons)
2016 (base date)
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate development
East
7,275
7,574
10,155
11,479
13,240
North
4,381
4,740
5,495
7,145
8,832
South
6,105
6,596
8,965
11,050
14,490
West
13,155
13,880
13,823
14,543
15,542

Editor’s note—

Predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply and predicted existing and future non-residential floor space was allocated to a unique catchment based on the centroid of a site being contained within a catchment.

The service catchments for the public parks network (outside recreation needs area) in Column 1 of Table SC3.1.11 are identified on Map A5 Public Parks Network Service Catchments.

Table SC3.1.12—Existing and projected demand for the land for community facilities network
Column 1
Column 2
Service catchment
Existing and projected demand (equivalent persons)
2016
(base date)
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate development
Fringe
18,971
19,762
20,305
21,481
22,125
Urban East
261,140
269,823
282,831
291,232
347,425
Urban North
364,760
390,211
413,567
435,381
513,297
Urban South
348,928
374,505
395,232
429,036
515,102
Urban West
242,606
247,828
250,728
255,513
284,638

Editor’s note—

Predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply and predicted existing and future non-residential floor space was allocated to a unique catchment based on the centroid of a site being contained within a catchment.

The service catchments for the public parks and land for community facilities network in Column 1 of Table SC3.1.12 are identified on Map A6 Land for Community Facilities Network Service Catchments.

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