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Part 4 Priority infrastructure plan

4.1 Preliminary

4.1.1 Introduction

4.1.2 Purpose

4.1.3 Relationship to planning scheme

4.1.4 Structure of priority infrastructure plan

4.2 Application of the Priority infrastructure plan

4.2.1 Purpose

4.2.2 Development inconsistent with assumptions about future development

4.2.3 Development in the planning scheme area not subject to the Sustainable Planning Act 2009

4.3 Planning assumptions

4.3.1 Purpose

4.3.2 Localities

4.3.3 Time periods

4.3.4 Existing level of development

4.3.5 Residential occupancy rates

4.3.6 Employment and non-residential floor space

4.3.7 Development categories and planning scheme uses

4.3.8 Factors determining future residential and non-residential development

4.3.9 Development potential of land

4.3.10 Assumed scale of development

4.3.11 Predicted existing and future resident population

4.3.12 Predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply

4.3.13 Predicted existing and future employment

4.3.14 Predicted existing and future non-residential floor space

4.3.15 Planned demand

4.3.16 Projected demand summary by network

4.4 Priority infrastructure area

4.4.1 Purpose

4.4.2 Determination of the priority infrastructure area

4.4.3 Priority infrastructure area map

4.5 Desired standards of service

4.5.1 Purpose

4.5.2 Water supply network

4.5.3 Sewerage network

4.5.4 Stormwater network

4.5.5 Transport network

4.5.6 Community purposes network

4.6 Plans for trunk infrastructure

4.6.1 Purpose

4.6.2 Schedule of works

4.6.3 Plans for trunk infrastructure

4.6.4 Trunk infrastructure planning horizon

4.6.5 Trunk infrastructure networks systems and items

4.7 State-controlled roads

4.7.1 Purpose

4.7.2 State-controlled road projects

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