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Part 2 State planning provisions

2.1 State planning policy

The State Planning Policy July 2017 is integrated in the planning scheme in the following ways:
State interests in the State Planning Policy appropriately integrated

All, unless identified below as not integrated or not relevant.

State interests in the State Planning Policy not integrated

State interest – Natural hazards, risk and resilience – The bushfire prone area in the planning scheme does not reflect the State mapping layer.

State interest – Strategic airports and aviation facilities – The building restricted area is not identified in the planning scheme. State interest policy (4) and Assessment benchmark (5), if the development and associated activities within the building restricted area are not addressed via the Australian Noise Exposure Forecast (ANEF) contours, obstacle limitation surfaces or height restriction zones, public safety area, lighting buffer areas, light restriction zones or wildlife hazard buffer zones.

State interests in the State Planning Policy not relevant to Brisbane City Council

State interest – Agriculture, state interest policy (1) – there are no important agricultural areas (IAAs) within the planning scheme area.

State interest – Agriculture, state interest policy (2) – there is no Agricultural Land Classification (ACL) Class A and Class B land within the planning scheme area.

State interest – Cultural heritage, state interest policy (2) – there are no world heritage properties or national heritage places within the planning scheme area.

State interest – Strategic ports, state interest policy (7) – there are no priority ports within the planning scheme area.

Editor's note—In accordance with section (8)(4)(a) of the Act, the State Planning Policy applies to the extent of any inconsistency.

Editor's note—State mapping layers are identified on the State Planning Policy Interactive Mapping System and contain layers that must be appropriately integrated in the planning scheme, layers that must be appropriately integrated in the planning scheme and can be locally refined, and layers that are provided for information purposes only. Where State mapping layers that must be appropriately integrated and not locally refined are reflected as layers in Council's interactive mapping system, for example as overlays, periodic amendment to the planning scheme will be required to ensure the planning scheme reflects the most up to date State mapping layer.

2.2 Regional plan

At the time of commencement of the planning scheme the Minister had identified that the planning scheme, specifically the strategic framework, appropriately advances the SEQ Regional Plan as it applies in the planning scheme area.

2.3 Referral agency delegations

Schedule 10 of the Regulation identifies referral agencies for certain aspects of development. The following referral agencies have delegated the following referral agency jurisdictions to Brisbane City Council.

Table 2.3.1—Delegated referral agency jurisdictions
Application involving
Referral agency and type
Referral jurisdiction
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Editor's note—For the above listed referral agency delegations the applicant is not required to refer the application to the referral agency listed under Schedule 10 of the Regulation because the local government will undertake this assessment role.

2.4 Regulated requirements

The regulated requirements prescribed in the Planning Regulation 2017 dated 3 July 2017 are appropriately reflected in full in the planning scheme.

Editor’s note—Section 16(3) of the Act states that the contents prescribed by the Regulation apply instead of a local planning instrument, to the extent of the inconsistency.

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