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4.3 Planning assumptions

4.3.1 Purpose

The planning assumptions state the following:

(a) the predicted existing and future resident population and private residential dwelling supply in the local government area;
(b) the predicted existing and future employment and non-residential floor space in the local government area;
(c) the assumptions about the type, location, scale and timing of residential and non-residential development which are used to derive the demand for a trunk infrastructure network giving a consistent basis for the planning of the trunk infrastructure network and the determination of the priority infrastructure area.

4.3.2 Localities

(1) The predictions of existing and future resident population and private residential dwelling supply and employment and non-residential floor space are stated in Schedule 3 and are summarised for the priority infrastructure area localities in the local government area located within and outside of the priority infrastructure area in Table 4.3.11.1, Table 4.3.12.1, Table 4.3.13.1 and Table 4.3.14.1.
(2) The predictions for the PIA localities in the local government area can be reorganised for service catchments to support infrastructure planning for different trunk infrastructure networks.
(3) The PIA localities and the priority infrastructure area are identified in Map A2 Priority Infrastructure Area and PIA Localities.

4.3.3 Time periods

The predictions of existing and future resident population and private residential dwelling supply and employment and non-residential floor space in the local government area have been prepared for the following time periods to align with the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) census years:

(a) 2011–2016;
(b) 2016–2021;
(c) 2021–2026;
(d) 2026–2031.

4.3.4 Existing level of development

The base date for the predictions of existing resident population and private residential dwelling supply and employment and non-residential floor space in the local government area is 30 June 2011.

4.3.5 Residential occupancy rates

The residential occupancy rates used in the prediction of existing and future resident population based on the private residential dwelling supply in the local government area have been sourced from the Queensland Treasury Small Area Occupancy Rates (2011 Edition) and are identified in the extrinsic material.

4.3.6 Employment and non-residential floor space

The employment rates used in the prediction of existing and future non-residential floor space in the local government area have been based on the employment rates determined by the Council and are identified in the extrinsic material.

4.3.7 Development categories and planning scheme uses

Table 4.3.7.1 identifies the relationship between the categories of residential and non-residential development and planning scheme uses for which planning assumptions are stated.

Table 4.3.7.1—Development categories and planning scheme uses
Development category
Planning scheme uses
Private residential development
Dwelling house
Multiple dwelling

Note—The predicted existing and future resident population for multiple dwellings in Table 4.3.11.1 includes a prediction for retirement facilities. However, the predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply in Table 4.3.12.1 does not include a future prediction for retirement facilities.

Other private residential development
Non-private dwelling

Note—Other private residential development refers to development that accommodates permanent residents in non-private dwellings. The predicted existing and future resident population in Table 4.3.11.1 and the predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply in Table 4.3.12.1 do not include predictions for non-private residential development as this information is unable to be determined.

Non-residential development
Retail
Commercial
Industrial
Community purpose
Other

4.3.8 Factors determining future residential and non-residential development

The various factors used in the predictions of future private residential dwelling supply and non-residential floor space in the local government area are identified in the extrinsic material.

4.3.9 Development potential of land

The future private residential dwelling supply and non-residential floor space in the local government area includes land, the net developable area of which is identified in the extrinsic material.

4.3.10 Assumed scale of development

(1) Table 4.3.10.1 identifies the assumed scale of development for:
(a) residential development, expressed as the number of private residential and non-private residential dwellings per net developable hectare;
(b) non-residential development, expressed as gross floor area per net developable hectare;
(c) total residential and non-residential development expressed as a planned plot ratio.
(2) The assumed scale of development reflects the realistic level (scale and intensity) of development having regard to the factors determining residential and non-residential development.
Table 4.3.10.1—Assumed scale of development for residential and non-residential zones
Area of the planning scheme
Development type
Planned density
Residential development
(
dwellings / net developable hectare)
Non-residential development (GFA / net developable hectare)
Total residential and non-residential development
(planned
plot ratio)
All
15.2
-
0.39
0.5
-
0.3
-
2 storey mix zone precinct
7.8
-
0.7
44.3
-
1.5
-
2 or 3 storey mix zone precinct
9.4
-
0.75
44.3
-
1.5
-
Up to 3 storeys zone precinct
2.2
-
0.95
84.6
-
1.9
-
All
176.4
-
1.44
3.6
-
Up to 8 storeys zone precinct
300
-
2.4
6
-
Up to 15 storeys zone precinct
400
-
3.3
8
-
Character zone precinct
19.6
-
0.5
0.4
-
Infill housing zone precinct
11.8
-
0.44
12.9
-
0.7
-
All
14.2
-
0.41
4.2
-
0.4
-
All
16
-
0.4
All
0.1
-
0.003
-
-
All
3
-
0.08
All
-
800
0.1
-
100
-
100
In the Neighbourhood centre zone where not otherwise specified in this table
6
-
0.6
0.3
-
-
4,470
-
840
-
60
Acacia Ridge—Archerfield neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Hellawell Road residential
Acacia Ridge—Archerfield neighbourhood plan/NPP-009: Coopers Plains centre/office and industry
Ashgrove—Grange district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: The Grange terminus
Ashgrove—Grange district neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Wilston village
Bracken Ridge and district neighbourhood plan/NPP-009: Gawain Road centre
Holland Park—Tarragindi district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Greenslopes busway station
Holland Park—Tarragindi district neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Greenslopes central neighbourhood centre
Holland Park—Tarragindi district neighbourhood plan/NPP-006: Kuring-gai Avenue neighbourhood centre
New Farm and Teneriffe Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Mixed use centre
Sherwood—Graceville district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Corinda centre
Sherwood—Graceville district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Sherwood centre
Western gateway neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Wacol institutional
Western gateway neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Wacol industrial
Western gateway neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Inala
Western gateway neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Carole Park/Ellen Grove
-
3,500
0.35
Bowen Hills neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Residential village
-
3,125
1.25
-
9,375
Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Hawthorne centre
30
-
0.75
-
3,000
-
1,500
Capalaba west neighbourhood plan
-
100
0.02
-
100
Ithaca district neighbourhood plan/NPP-007: Rosalie village
-
2,625
0.35
-
875
Latrobe and Given Terraces neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Centres
40
-
1
-
3,000
-
3,000
Moggill—Bellbowrie neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Multi-purpose centres
-
3,500
0.35
District centre zone—District zone precinct
In the District zone precinct of the District centre zone where not otherwise specified in this table
11.9
-
1.25
0.6
-
-
8,750
-
2,500
Acacia Ridge—Archerfield neighbourhood plan/NPP-007b: Beaudesert Road centre north - O'Connel Street
Aspley district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Aspley centre
Aspley district neighbourhood plan/NPP-006: Robinson Road centre
Banyo—Nudgee neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Banyo centre
Bracken Ridge and district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Taigum residential
Bracken Ridge and district neighbourhood plan/NPP-007: Bald Hills Village centre
Everton Park neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Everton Park centre
Holland Park—Tarragindi district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Greenslopes mall district centre
Moorooka—Stephens district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Moorvale shopping centre
Sherwood—Graceville district neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Honour Avenue centre
Toowong—Indooroopilly district neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Taringa suburban centre
-
5,625
0.75
-
1,875
Acacia Ridge—Archerfield neighbourhood plan/NPP-007a: Beaudesert Road centre south - Elizabeth Street
Sandgate district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Sandgate town centre
50
-
1
-
5,000
-
1,000
Acacia Ridge—Archerfield neighbourhood plan/NPP-008b: District centre
-
10,000
1
Albion neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Albion Village
75
-
1.5
-
7,500
-
1,500
Ashgrove—Grange district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Newmarket shopping area
Ashgrove—Grange district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Ashgrove Village
Holland Park—Tarragindi district neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Holland Park central district centre
Petrie Terrace and Spring Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-006a: Police barracks a
Petrie Terrace and Spring Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-006b: Police barracks b
Petrie Terrace and Spring Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-006d: Police barracks d
-
1,250
0.5
-
3,750
Bowen Hills neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Breakfast Creek wharf
Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Oxford Street
Western gateway neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Inala
-
7,500
0.75
Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Oxford Street
41.25
-
1.25
-
4,250
-
4,125
Darra—Oxley district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: Darra suburban centre
Darra—Oxley district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a: Oxley suburban centre
9
-
1.92
-
4,800
-
4,800
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-007a: Annerley corridor
165
-
2.2
-
4,400
-
4,400
Everton Park neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: Everton Park centre
New Farm and Teneriffe Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-004a: Brunswick Street
New Farm and Teneriffe Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-004b: Brunswick Street and Merthyr Road
Petrie Terrace and Spring Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-004b: Low-rise commercial 2
Petrie Terrace and Spring Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-004d: Low-rise commercial 4
Petrie Terrace and Spring Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-004e: Low-rise commercial 5
70
-
0.8
-
800
-
1,600
Forest Lake neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: District business centre
6.9
-
0.23
-
1,380
-
230
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001b: Moggill Road north (identified as C in Figure c in section 7.2.9.1)
-
28,500
3
Latrobe and Given Terraces neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Centres
40
-
1
-
3,000
-
3,000
Moggill—Bellbowrie neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Multi-purpose centres
-
7,500
0.75
Mt Gravatt corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b: Mt Gravatt central mixed use frame
Mt Gravatt corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-003a: Logan Road mixed use frame
150
-
1.5
-
300
-
2,700
Petrie Terrace and Spring Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-004a: Low-rise commercial 1
Petrie Terrace and Spring Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-004c: Low-rise commercial 3
75
-
1.5
-
1,500
-
600
Petrie Terrace and Spring Hill neighbourhood plan/NPP-006c: Police barracks c
-
10,750
4.3
-
32,250
Racecourse precinct neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Racecourse Road
57
-
1.38
-
4,554
-
4,692
River Gateway neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Morningside
River Gateway neighbourhood plan/NPP-003b: Wynnum Road corridor
150
-
 
-
4,000
2.0
-
4,000
 
River Gateway neighbourhood plan/NPP-003c: Cannon Hill shopping Centre
-
3,750
1.25
-
8,750
 
River Gateway neighbourhood plan/NPP-003e: Former CSIRO site
145
-
1.45
South Brisbane riverside neighbourhood plan/NPP-007: Riverside south
150
-
1.5
-
1,500
-
1,500
South Brisbane riverside neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Boundary and Vulture
75
-
3
-
15,000
-
9,000
Toombul—Nundah neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Oxenham park
9
-
1.15
81
-
-
1,150
Toombul—Nundah neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Nundah north
72
-
1.15
-
5,750
West End—Woolloongabba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a: Mater Hill a
150
-
2
-
4,000
-
4,000
Woolloongabba centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Ipswich Road and Stanley Street corridor
40.5
-
0.9
-
900
-
4,050
Wynnum—Manly neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Manly harbour village
16
-
1.25
-
7,500
-
3,750
District centre zone—Corridor zone precinct
In the Corridor zone precinct of the District centre zone where not otherwise specified in this table
6.75
-
1.5
0.75
-
-
12,600
-
1,650
Albion neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Station
105
-
1.5
-
2,250
-
2,250
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a: Buranda Station core
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Coorparoo
175
-
2
-
2,000
-
4,000
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-003a: Stones Corner core
Lutwyche road corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: Lutwyche centre mixed use corridor
50
-
2
-
8,000
-
8,000
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: Buranda core
Milton station neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Mixed use centre
90
-
3
-
10,500
-
10,500
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-005a: Coorparoo core
400
-
4
-
4,000
-
4,000
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: Village centre 1
253.75
-
2.9
-
2,900
-
2,900
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-003a: Health and recreation 1
290
-
2.9
-
5,800
Lutwyche Road corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b: Windsor east residential corridor
80
-
1
-
1,000
-
1,000
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: Brookside A
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001c: Brookside C
312.5
-
2.5
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-005a: Blackwood Street west
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-005b: Blackwood Street east
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-006a: Osborne Road south A
78.1
-
2.5
-
6,250
-
12,500
Mt Gravatt corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a: Mt Gravatt central core
75
-
2
-
2,000
-
12,000
Mt Gravatt corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b: Mt Gravatt central mixed use frame
150
-
1.5
-
300
-
2,700
Mt Gravatt corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-003a: Logan Road mixed use frame
150
-
1.50
-
300
-
2,700
Richlands—Wacol corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b: Richlands core
75
-
1.5
-
3,750
-
3,750
Sherwood—Graceville district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002:Corinda centre
Sherwood—Graceville district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Sherwood centre
133
-
1.5
-
3,750
-
3,750
Toombul—Nundah neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Nundah Village
124
-
1.65
-
1,650
-
3,300
-
1,650
Toombul—Nundah neighbourhood plan/NPP-001b: Nundah Village
72
-
1.15
-
2,300
-
3,450
Toombul—Nundah neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: Nundah Village
105
-
2.1
-
4,200
-
8,400
In the Major centre zone where not otherwise specified in this table
6.75
-
1.5
1
-
-
9,750
-
4,350
-
150
Carindale centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Centre core
-
18,000
2
-
2,000
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001b: Brookside B
156.25
-
2.5
-
6,250
-
6,250
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001c: Brookside C
312.50
-
2.5
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001d: Brookside D
-
12,500
2.5
-
12,500
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001e: Brookside E
-
5,000
2.5
-
20,000
Toombul—Nundah neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Toombul central
88
-
3.5
-
17,500
-
10,500
Toombul—Nundah neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a: Toombul east
219
-
2.5
-
3,750
-
3,750
Toowong—Auchenflower neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: Toowong centre a
Toowong—Auchenflower neighbourhood plan/NPP-001b: Toowong centre b
180
-
6
-
18,000
-
24,000
Toowong—Auchenflower neighbourhood plan/NPP-001c: Toowong centre c
200
-
4
Retail
-
4,000
Commercial
-
16,000
Wynnum—Manly neighbourhood plan/NPP-003a: Wynnum CBD northern frame
-
5,250
0.75
-
2,250
Wynnum—Manly neighbourhood plan/NPP-003f: Wynnum CBD southern frame
125
-
1
Principal centre zone—City Centre zone precinct
In the City Centre zone precinct of the Principal centre zone where not otherwise specified in this table
126.9
-
7
4.4
-
-
15,400
-
42,700
-
1,400
City Centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Retail heart
-
28,000
4
-
12,000
City Centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Customs House
263
-
7
-
21,000
-
28,000
Fortitude Valley neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Valley heart
227.5
-
3.5
-
2,800
-
14,000
South Brisbane riverside neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Boundary and Vulture
150
-
3
-
9,000
-
9,000
South Brisbane riverside neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Kurilpa
375
-
6
-
12,000
-
18,000
Principal centre zone—Regional centre zone precinct
Chermside centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Chermside centre activity
131.25
-
3.5
-
24,500
Mt Gravatt corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: Upper Mt Gravatt core
131.25
-
3.5
-
3,500
-
21,000
Mt Gravatt corridor Neighbourhood Plan/NPP-001b: Upper Mt Gravatt mixed use frame
250
-
2.5
-
750
-
4,250
Mixed use zone—Inner city zone precinct
In the Inner city zone precinct of the Mixed use zone where not otherwise specified in this table
37
-
1.5
1
-
-
6,000
-
6,000
Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Godwin Street
125
-
1.25
-
2,500
Fortitude Valley neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Light Street hill
Milton station neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Mixed use residential
109
-
1.25
-
1,250
-
2,500
Fortitude Valley neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: James Street
Fortitude Valley neighbourhood plan/NPP-006: Water Street
150
-
2
-
2,000
-
6,000
Fortitude Valley neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Gotha Street
Kangaroo Point south neighbourhood plan/NPP-007: Wellington and Lytton Roads
South Brisbane riverside neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Musgrave
187.5
-
2.5
-
5,000
-
5,000
Fortitude Valley neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Valley heart
Fortitude Valley neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Valley gateway
Newstead and Teneriffe waterfront neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b: Riverside
South Brisbane riverside neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Boundary and Vulture
South Brisbane riverside neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Riverside north
150
-
3
-
6,000
-
12,000
Kangaroo Point south neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Main Street
93.75
-
2.5
-
5000
-
12,500
Kangaroo Point south neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: River Terrace
-
18,000
5
-
27,000
Kangaroo Point south neighbourhood plan/NPP-006: Vulture Street
200
-
5
-
5,000
-
25,000
Milton neighbourhood plan/NPP-003a: Office a
Milton neighbourhood plan/NPP-003b: Office b
Milton neighbourhood plan/NPP-003c: Office c
Commercial -
15,000
1.5
Milton neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: (identified as special area 1 in Figure a in section 7.2.13.2)
28.13
-
1.5
-
1,500
-
11,250
Milton neighbourhood plan/NPP-003d: Office d
45
-
1.5
-
3,000
-
7,500
Milton station neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Commercial
45
-
1.5
-
10,500
-
6,750
Milton station neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Mixed use centre
60
-
2
-
7,000
-
7,000
Milton station neighbourhood plan/NPP-004: Commercial
120
-
4
-
28,000
Milton station neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Mixed use residential
400
-
5
-
5,000
-
5,000
Milton station neighbourhood plan/NPP-004a: Cribb Street
Woolloongabba centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Woolloongabba core
375
-
6
-
30,000
Newstead and Teneriffe waterfront neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Commercial Road
Newstead and Teneriffe waterfront neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a: Heritage
Newstead and Teneriffe waterfront neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Riverpark
210
-
3
-
3,000
-
6,000
South Brisbane riverside neighbourhood plan/NPP-006: Buchanan and Davies Parks
62.5
-
2.5
-
10,000
-
10,000
Woolloongabba centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Ipswich Road and Stanley Street corridor
123.75
-
2.2
-
2,200
-
9,900
Mixed use zone—Centre frame zone precinct
In the Centre frame zone precinct of the Mixed use zone where not otherwise specified in this table
74.25
-
1.2
0.75
-
-
3,000
-
3,000
Carindale centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-002: Centre fringe
-
4,000
2
-
16,000
Chermside centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001b: Gympie Road
187.5
-
3
-
7,500
-
7,500
Chermside centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001c: Mixed use
Chermside centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001d: Playfield Street
250
-
2.5
-
5,000
Chermside centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-003: Residential south
100
-
1.5
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001b: Moggill Road north (identified as C in Figure c in section 7.2.9.1)
-
1,500
3
-
28,500
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: High Street (identified as C in Figure c in section 7.2.9.1)
219
-
2.5
-
2,500
-
5,000
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001c: Indooroopilly shopping centre mixed use (identified as A in Figure c in section 7.2.9.1)
315
-
4.5
-
13,500
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: High Street (identified as B in Figure c in section 7.2.9.1)
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Multi-purpose centre (identified as B in Figure c in section 7.2.9.1)
315
-
4.5
-
3,600
-
9,900
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001b: Brookside B
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001d: Brookside D
312.5
-
2.5
Mitchelton centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-004a: University Road east
112.5
-
1.3
-
1,250
Mt Gravatt corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-001b: Upper Mt Gravatt mixed use frame
250
-
2.5
-
750
-
4,250
Toombul—Nundah neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a: Toombul east
140
-
1.6
-
2,400
-
2,400
Toombul—Nundah neighbourhood plan/NPP-006: Toombul west
115
-
1.15
Toowong—Auchenflower neighbourhood plan/NPP-004a: Regatta riverside a
125
-
2.5
-
12,500
Wynnum—Manly neighbourhood plan/NPP-003f: Wynnum CBD southern frame
125
-
1
Wynnum—Manly neighbourhood plan/NPP-003e: Bay Terrace
Wynnum—Manly neighbourhood plan/NPP-003g: Waterloo Bay Hotel
Wynnum—Manly neighbourhood plan/NPP-003h: Esplanade
70
-
1
-
3,000
Mixed use zone—Corridor zone precinct
In the Corridor zone precinct of the Mixed use zone where not otherwise specified in this table
14.25
-
1.2
0.8
-
-
5,400
-
5,400
South Brisbane riverside neighbourhood plan/NPP-007: Riverside south
Toowong—Auchenflower neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Auchenflower heart
105
-
1.5
-
2,250
-
2,250
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-003b: Stones Corner corridor
62.5
-
2
-
5,000
-
10,000
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-004a: Langlands Park corridor
50
-
1
-
5,000
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-005b: Coorparoo corridor
175
-
2
-
2,000
-
4,000
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-006a: Bennetts Road corridor
141
-
1.25
-
1,250
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b: Buranda Station corridor
Ithaca district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: Butterfield Street a
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-002h: Mixed use 8
218.75
-
2.5
-
3,750
-
3,750
Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan/NPP-001b: Buranda corridor
-
15,000
3
-
15,000
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-003a: Jackson Street special context area
12
-
0.3
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-003b: Moggill Road west special context area
7
-
0.3
-
300
-
600
-
300
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Multi-purpose centre (identified as E in Figure c in section 7.2.9.1)
-
15,000
1.5
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001a: High Street (identified as C in Figure c in section 7.2.9.1)
Indooroopilly centre neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Multi-purpose centre (identified as C in Figure c in section 7.2.9.1)
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-002c: Mixed use 3
180
-
3
-
3,000
-
9,000
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-002d: Mixed use 4
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-002e: Mixed use 5
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-002f: Mixed use 6
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-002g: Mixed use 7
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-002i: Mixed use 9
253.75
-
2.9
-
5,800
-
2,900
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a: Mixed use 1
Kelvin Grove urban village neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b: Mixed use 2
367.5
-
4.2
-
3,000
-
9,000
Racecourse precinct neighbourhood plan/NPP-003a: Kingsford Smith Drive west
93.75
-
1.5
-
7,500
Racecourse precinct neighbourhood plan/NPP-003b: Kingsford Smith Drive east
125.00
-
1.0
Toowong—Auchenflower neighbourhood plan/NPP-005: Auchenflower heart
108
-
1
-
1,200
Toowong—Indooroopilly district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001: Milton and Sylvan roads light industry
-
8,000
1
-
2,000
All
-
250
0.5
-
250
-
4,500
General industry A zone precinct
-
250
0.5
-
250
-
4,500
General industry B zone precinct
-
5,000
0.5
General industry C zone precinct
-
5,000
0.5
All
-
1,000
0.1
All
-
5,000
0.5
Local zone precinct
None
-
-
0.0
District zone precinct
None
-
-
0.0
Metropolitan zone precinct
None
-
-
0.0
Local zone precinct
None
-
-
0.0
District zone precinct
None
-
-
0.0
Metropolitan zone precinct
None
-
-
0.0
All
None
-
-
0.0
Local zone precinct
None
-
-
0.0
District zone precinct
None
-
-
0.0
Metropolitan zone precinct
None
-
-
0.0
Major health care zone precinct
-
6,000
0.6
Major sports venue zone precinct
-
3,000
0.3
Cemetery zone precinct
-
100
0.01
Community purposes zone precinct
-
2,400
0.24
Education purposes zone precinct
-
1,600
0.16
Emergency services zone precinct
-
2,000
0.2
Health care purposes zone precinct
-
2,000
0.2
Defence zone precinct
-
2,100
0.21
Detention facility zone precinct
-
1,600
0.16
Transport Infrastructure zone precinct
-
1,000
0.1
Utility services zone precinct
-
1,200
0.24
Other
-
1,200
Airport zone precinct
-
100
0.01
Port zone precinct
-
100
0.01
Major educational and research facility zone precinct
-
1,000
0.1
Entertainment and conference centre zone precinct
-
6,000
0.6
Brisbane Markets zone precinct
-
6,000
0.6
Large format retail zone precinct
-
6,000
0.6
Mixed industry and business zone precinct
-
1,800
0.6
-
4,200
Marina zone precinct
-
40
0.01
-
30
-
30
All
-
40
0.004

4.3.11 Predicted existing and future resident population

The predicted existing and future resident population in the local government area is stated in Table 4.3.11.1 for the following:
(a) priority infrastructure area localities within or outside of the priority infrastructure area in column 1;
(b) the development category in column 2;
(c) the time period in column 3.
Table 4.3.11.1—Predicted existing and future resident population
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
PIA locality
(Statistical local area ASGC 2011)
Development category
Predicted existing and future resident population (number)
2011 (Predicted existing)
2016
2021
2026
2031
PIA localities within the PIA
815,937
826,214
836,479
833,231
829,068
217,809
277,709
342,238
388,203
422,702
Total
1,033,746
1,103,923
1,178,717
1,221,434
1,251,770
PIA localities outside the PIA
20,751
23,258
23,253
22,950
22,513
333
561
584
608
630
Total
21,084
23,819
23,837
23,558
23,143
Total resident population in the local government area
836,688
849,472
859,732
856,181
851,581
218,142
278,270
344,822
388,811
423,332
Total
1,054,830
1,127,742
1,202,554
,244,992
1,274,913

4.3.12 Predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply

The predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply in the local government area is stated in Table 4.3.12.1 for the following:

(a) priority infrastructure area localities within or outside of the priority infrastructure area in column 1;
(b) the development category in column 2;
(c) the time period in column 3.
Table 4.3.12.1—Predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
PIA locality
(Statistical local area ASGC 2011)
Development category
Predicted existing and future private residential dwelling supply (number)
2011 (Predicted existing)
2016
2021
2026
2031
PIA localities within the PIA
292,947
299,094
306,612
305,096
309,046
127,481
158,357
192,180
212,293
225,656
Total
420,428
457,451
494,792
517,389
534,702
PIA localities outside the PIA
6,696
7,621
7,621
7,621
7,621
230
382
382
382
382
Total
6,926
8,003
8,003
8,003
8,003
Total private residential dwelling supply in the local government area
299,643
306,715
310,233
312,717
316,667
127,711
158,739
192,562
212,675
226,038
Total
427,354
465,454
502,795
525,392
542,705

4.3.13 Predicted existing and future employment

The predicted existing and future employment in the local government area is stated in Table 4.3.13.1 for the following:

(a) priority infrastructure area localities within or outside of the priority infrastructure area in column 1;
(b) the development category in column 2;
(c) the time period in column 3.
Table 4.3.13.1—Predicted existing and future employment
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
PIA locality
(Statistical local area ASGC 2011)
Development category
Predicted existing and future non-residential employees (numbers)
2011 (Predicted existing) (1)
2016
2021
2026
2031
PIA localities within the PIA
173,516
191,608
200,863
207,647
210,287
206,516
236,407
254,419
267,715
278,476
174,246
187,917
194,019
200,330
198,837
207,000
243,280
276,803
306,727
336,721
Other
13,402
13,757
13,953
13,983
13,453
Total
774,680
872,969
940,057
996,402
1,037,774
PIA localities outside the PIA
1,358
1,354
1,349
1,320
1,293
4,573
4,599
4,879
4,624
4,642
1,523
1,896
1,653
1,963
2,070
4,672
5,083
5,529
6,048
6,864
Other
266
231
207
193
173
Total
12,392
13,163
13,617
14,148
15,042
Total employees in the local government area
174,874
192,962
202,212
208,967
211,580
211,089
241,006
259,298
272,339
283,118
175,769
189,813
195,672
202,293
200,907
211,672
248,363
282,332
312,775
343,585
Other
13,668
13,988
14,160
14,176
13,626
Total
787,072
886,132
953,674
1,010,550
1,052,816

Editor’s note—

(1) The data represents Queensland government-adjusted National Institute of Economic and Industry Research employment projections that are based (existing) as at 2006. Therefore the 2011 data is a projection only and not an existing situation as at the 2011 time period.

4.3.14 Predicted existing and future non-residential floor space

The predicted existing and future non-residential floor space in the local government area is stated in Table 4.3.14.1 for the following:
(a) priority infrastructure area localities within or outside of the priority infrastructure area in column 1;
(b) the development category in column 2;
(c) the time period in column 3.
Table 4.3.14.1—Predicted existing and future non-residential floor space
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
PIA locality
(Statistical local area ASGC 2011)
Development category
Predicted existing and future non-residential floor space (m2 GFA)
2011 (Predicted existing) (1)
2016
2021
2026
2031
PIA localities within the PIA
13,486,933
14,821,046
15,564,512
16,143,222
16,315,093
5,173,690
5,923,103
6,355,538
6,733,034
7,011,000
19,528,315
21,631,086
22,642,495
23,777,937
23,392,384
14,868,906
17,457,506
19,870,886
22,030,670
24,169,875
Other
469,006
501,439
535,599
562,435
534,943
Total
53,526,850
60,334,180
64,969,030
69,247,298
71,423,295
PIA localities outside the PIA
99,932
102,885
102,718
104,382
103,420
158,588
159,196
168,929
159,980
160,621
157,957
198,859
178,319
210,453
219,544
344,411
375,163
408,696
442,453
503,848
Other
12,359
10,743
10,101
9,744
8,797
Total
773,246
846,845
868,762
927,011
996,229
Total non-residential GFA in the local government area
13,586,865
14,923,931
15,667,230
16,247,604
16,418,513
5,332,278
6,082,299
6,524,467
6,893,014
7,171,621
19,686,272
21,829,945
22,820,814
23,988,390
23,611,928
15,213,317
17,832,669
20,279,582
22,473,123
24,673,723
Other
481,365
512,182
545,700
572,179
543,740
Total
54,300,096
61,181,025
65,837,792
70,174,309
72,419,524

Editor’s note—

(1) The data represents Queensland government adjusted National Institute of Economic and Industry Research employment projections that are based (existing) as at 2006. Therefore the 2011 data is a projection only and not an existing situation as at the 2011 time period.

4.3.15 Planned demand

(1) The demand planned for the development of premises is stated in Table 4.3.15.1.
(2) The demand for a trunk infrastructure network for:
(a) reconfiguring a lot, material change of use or carrying out building work is to be calculated using the demand generation rate in Table 4.3.15.2;
(b) where paragraph (a) does not apply, the demand generation rate determined by the following:
(i) the Council, for the transport, stormwater and community purposes networks;
(ii) the distributor-retailer, for the water supply and sewerage networks.
(c) an existing lawful use is to be calculated using the demand generation rate for a material change of use and carrying out building work in Table 4.3.15.2.
(3) Where a material change of use or existing lawful use involves more than one use, the demand is to be determined by adding together the demand for each use calculated in accordance with subsection (2).
Table 4.3.15.1—Planned infrastructure demand rate

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Table 4.3.15.2—Demand generation rate for a trunk infrastructure network
Demand generation rate
Water supply network
Table 4.3.15.3 Water supply network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.4 Water supply network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Sewerage network
Table 4.3.15.5 Sewerage network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.6 Sewerage network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Stormwater network
Table 4.3.15.7 Stormwater network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.8 Stormwater network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Transport network (road network, pathway network, public transport (bus stops and ferry terminals) networks)
Table 4.3.15.9 Transport network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.10 Transport network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Community purposes network (public parks network)
Table 4.3.15.11 Public parks network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.12 Public parks network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Community purposes network (land for the community facilities network)
Table 4.3.15.13 Land for the community facilities network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.14 Land for the community facilities network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Table 4.3.15.3—Water supply network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Zone
Demand generation rate
Demand (ET)
Measure of development
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
1
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
2
Lot
3
Lot
3
Lot
3
Lot
3
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
2
Lot
2
Lot
1
Lot
2
Lot
1
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.4—Water supply network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Development type or Use
Demand generation rate
Demand (ET)
Measure of
development
1.0
Multiple dwelling in an area other than a high density area (1)
0.7
Multiple dwelling in a high density area (1)
0.5
0.5
0.0021
m2 GFA
0.0021
m2 GFA
Low impact industry
0.0017
m2 GFA
Medium impact industry
0.0021
m2 GFA
High impact industry
0.0030
m2 GFA
Special industry
0.0030
m2 GFA
Industry investigation
0.0021
m2 GFA
Extractive industry
0.0030
m2 GFA
0.0021
m2 GFA
Other
0.0021
m2 GFA

Editor’s note—

(1) High density areas are defined as the following zones and precincts: High density residential zone – all precincts and Principal centre zone – City Centre zone precinct.

Table 4.3.15.5—Sewerage network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Zone
Demand generation rate
Demand (ET)
Measure of development
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
2
Lot
3
Lot
3
Lot
3
Lot
3
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
2
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
2
Lot
1
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.6—Sewerage network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Development type or Use
Demand generation rate
Demand (ET)
Measure of
development
1.0
Multiple dwelling in an area other than a high density area(1)
0.7
Multiple dwelling in a high density area(1)
0.7
0.7
0.0021
m2 GFA
0.0021
m2 GFA
Low impact industry
0.0017
m2 GFA
Medium impact industry
0.0021
m2 GFA
High impact industry
0.0030
m2 GFA
Special industry
0.0030
m2 GFA
Industry investigation
0.0021
m2 GFA
Extractive industry
0.0030
m2 GFA
0.0021
m2 GFA
Other
0.0021
m2 GFA

Editor’s note—

(1) High density areas are defined as the following zones and precincts: High density residential zone – all precincts and Principal centre zone – City centre zone precinct.

Table 4.3.15.7—Stormwater network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Zone
Demand generation rate
Demand (run-off hectare)
Measure of development (1)
2 yr ARI rainfall event (50% AEP)
10 yr ARI rainfall event (10% AEP)
50 yr ARI rainfall event (2% AEP)
0 to 299m2 lots
0.022
0.026
0.030
Lot
451 to 600m2 lots
0.033
0.038
0.044
Lot
601 to 750m2 lots
0.042
0.050
0.057
Lot
601 to 750m2 lots
0.052
0.062
0.071
Lot
751 to 1000m2 lots
0.069
0.081
0.093
Lot
1001 to 4000m2 lots
0.262
0.308
0.354
Lot
> 4000m2 lots
 
0.044
0.052
0.060
Lot
0.033
0.039
0.045
Lot
0.059
0.070
0.080
Lot
0.031
0.037
0.042
Lot
0.042
0.049
0.057
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
0.075
0.088
0.101
Lot
0.075
0.088
0.101
Lot
0.150
0.176
0.202
Lot
0.150
0.176
0.202
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
0.0748
0.088
0.1012
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
Specialised centre zone other than in the Mixed industry and business zone precinct
Specialised centre zone in the Mixed industry and business zone precinct
0.0748
0.088
0.1012
Lot

Editor’s note—

(1) Excludes a lot to be used for the purpose of a public park, waterway corridor or road.

Table 4.3.15.8—Stormwater network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Development type
Area of the planning scheme
Demand generation rate (run-off hectares)
Coefficient of run-off
Measure of development
2 yr ARI
(50% AEP)
10 yr ARI
(10% AEP)
50 yr ARI
(2% AEP)
0.64
0.75
0.86
Lot area (ha)
0.70
0.82
0.94
Lot area (ha)
0.71
0.84
0.97
Lot area (ha)
0.70
0.82
0.94
Lot area (ha)
All areas
0.75
0.88
1.00
Lot area (ha)
All areas
0.75
0.88
1.00
Lot area (ha)
All areas
0.75
0.88
1.00
Lot area (ha)
0.68
0.80
0.92
Lot area (ha)
0.297
0.35
0.40
Lot area (ha)
0.153
0.18
0.207
Lot area (ha)
Table 4.3.15.9—Transport network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Zone
Demand generation rate
Demand (ET)
Measure of
development
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
8
Lot
15
Lot
15
Lot
15
Lot
15
Lot
2
Lot
2
Lot
4
Lot
4
Lot
4
Lot
4
Lot
4
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.10—Transport network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Development type
Demand generation rate
Roads network
Pathways and public transport networks (bus stops and ferry terminals)
Demand (ET)
Measure of development
Demand (ET)
Measure of development
1
1
0.69
0.69
0.69
0.69
0.062
m2 GFA
0.011
m2 GFA
0.025
m2 GFA
0.022
m2 GFA
0.008
m2 GFA
0.004
m2 GFA
0.024
m2 GFA
0.022
m2 GFA
Other
0
m2 GFA
0
m2 GFA
Table 4.3.15.11—Public parks network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Zone
Demand generation rate
Demand (ET)
Measure of
development
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
0.2
Lot
0.2
Lot
0.4
Lot
5
Lot
5
Lot
5
Lot
5
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.12—Public parks network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Development type
Demand generation rate
Centres (ET)
General urban
(ET)
Fringe (ET)
Measure of
development
0.51024
1.00000
0.85931
0.33362
0.74074
0.62226
0.39249
0.74074
0.59263
0.00003
0.00039
0
m2 GFA
0.00008
0.00082
0
m2 GFA
0.00003
0.00031
0
m2 GFA
0
0
0
-
Other
0
0
0
-
Table 4.3.15.13—Land for the community facilities network demand generation rate for reconfiguring a lot
Zone
Demand generation rate
Demand (ET)
Measure of development
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
1
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
0.2
Lot
0.2
Lot
0.4
Lot
5
Lot
5
Lot
5
Lot
5
Lot
No demand calculated for reconfiguring a lot
Table 4.3.15.14—Land for the community facilities network demand generation rate for a material change of use or carrying out of building work
Development type
Demand generation rate
Centres (ET)
General urban (ET)
Fringe (ET)
Measure of development
0.96296
1.00000
0.891
0.62963
0.74074
0.645
0.74074
0.74074
0.615
0.00070
0.00063
0.00073
m2 GFA
0.00190
0.00134
0.00150
m2 GFA
0.00070
0.00051
0.00061
m2 GFA
0
0
0
-
Other
0
0
0
-

4.3.16 Projected demand summary by network

(1) The location of the service catchments for the water supply, sewerage, stormwater, transport and community purposes networks are identified on Map A3 Services Catchment - Water Supply Network, Map A4 Service Catchments - Sewerage Network, Map A5 Service Catchment - Stormwater Network, Map A6 Service Catchment - Transport Network and Map A7 Service Catchment - Community Purposes Network.
(2) The assumed demand summary for each service catchment is based upon the population and employment projections summarised in Table 4.3.11.1, Table 4.3.12.1, Table 4.3.13.1, and Table 4.3.14.1 and the assumed infrastructure demand rates identified in Table 4.3.15.1.
(3) A summary of the assumed demand for the service catchments for each network is identified in Table 4.3.16.1, Table 4.3.16.2, Table 4.3.16.3, Table 4.3.16.4, Table 4.3.16.5, Table 4.3.16.6 and Table 4.3.16.7.
Table 4.3.16.1—Water supply network assumed demand summary
Cumulative demand (ET)
2011
2016
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate
Acacia Ridge (ACR)
28,451
30,149
30,387
31,544
32,353
34,879
Aspley (ASP)
28,250
29,672
31,158
31,695
32,496
34,338
Australia TradeCoast (ATC)
16,840
21,131
26,204
30,218
30,298
30,474
Bartleys Hill (BHL)
12,966
14,741
15,341
15,962
16,259
17,259
Bracken Ridge (BRR)
16,138
16,979
17,539
17,537
18,208
19,048
Eildon Hill (EHL)
10,108
10,601
10,774
10,897
10,894
12,796
Ferny Grove (FGR)
7,453
8,444
8,912
8,926
8,985
9,278
Forest Lake (FLK)
9,655
10,003
10,177
10,706
11,113
13,185
Green Hill (GHL)
72,404
81,558
89,259
93,359
97,237
106,646
Inala (INL)
2,415
2,533
2,682
2,854
3,078
3,173
Karana Downs (KDN)
2,065
2,085
2,086
2,084
2,083
2,365
Kuraby North/Karawatha (KNK)
23,996
25,104
25,900
26,264
26,736
28,449
Manly Roles Hill (MRH)
9,471
9,810
10,000
10,142
10,330
11,814
Milne Hill/Stafford (MHS)
13,755
14,239
14,313
14,598
14,748
16,506
Mt Crosby North (MCN)
25,127
26,528
26,905
27,263
27,724
30,822
Mt Crosby South (MCS)
29,100
30,850
32,003
33,899
34,339
36,707
Mt Gravatt Dual Reticulation (MGD)
44
53
55
53
58
153
Mt Gravatt/Holland Park/Toohey (MGH)
20,929
22,497
23,981
24,965
26,013
32,203
Mt Ommaney (MTO)
9,446
9,788
9,960
10,154
10,286
10,353
North Pine Aspley (NPA)
6,839
8,068
8,422
8,865
9,905
10,304
Richlands (RLD)
3,016
3,554
4,085
6,276
6,642
7,768
Rochedale (RDL)
631
638
638
637
640
640
Rochedale Dual Reticulation (RDD)
887
2,084
2,142
3,270
4,972
6,146
Sparkes Hill (SHL) (SPH)
24,869
26,521
28,367
29,217
29,519
33,310
Stretton (STN)
5,720
6,687
6,775
6,939
7,002
7,200
Tarragindi (TAR)
43,749
48,167
57,000
60,540
63,887
71,515
The Gap (TGP)
6,110
6,429
6,442
6,484
6,526
6,720
Wellers Hill (WHL)
60,211
62,765
65,241
66,024
66,642
69,637
Wellers Hill Dual Reticulation (WHD)
47
160
157
154
159
164

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 either a site (for dwellings) or a Brisbane Strategic Transport Model zone (for floor space) being contained within a catchment.

The ultimate demand represents the additional potential dwelling supply beyond 2031. However the floor space predictions have not been taken into consideration in the calculation as they are not available beyond 2031.

Table 4.3.16.2—Sewerage network assumed demand summary
Cumulative demand (ET)
2011
2016
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate
S1-Luggage Point
244,939
271,819
299,807
314,225
323,155
353,896
S2-Carole Park
538
553
576
583
584
598
S2-Fairfield
5,378
5,604
5,636
5,650
5,748
6,000
S2-Oxley Creek
92,128
97,161
98,738
102,163
104,362
114,356
S3-Gibson Island
74,777
79,687
82,908
85,894
89,497
100,001
S4-Wynnum
13,748
14,265
14,548
14,643
14,800
16,465
S5-Sandgate
37,437
39,977
42,221
43,107
45,447
48,533
S6-Wacol
17,384
18,706
19,924
23,172
23,845
25,594
S7-Karana Downs
971
976
976
976
976
1,258

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 either a site (for dwellings) or a Brisbane Strategic Transport Model zone (for floor space) being contained within a catchment.

The ultimate demand represents the additional potential dwelling supply beyond 2031. However the floor space predictions have not been taken into consideration in the calculation as they are not available beyond 2031.

Table 4.3.16.3—Stormwater network assumed demand summary
Cumulative demand (run-off hectares)
2011
2016
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate
ATC South (a)
734
739
732
730
748
748
ATC South (b)
636
636
611
597
554
554
ATC South (c)
163
163
162
162
189
189
ATCN LSMP
2,314
2,336
2,357
2,378
2,399
2,399
Albion
99
99
100
100
101
101
BBnePrec1
1,086
1,094
1,101
1,108
1,116
1,116
BBnePrec3
658
665
673
680
687
687
BBnePrec3 LSMP
88
88
89
90
90
90
Breakfast Creek
4,852
4,870
4,887
4,905
4,922
4,922
Breakfast Creek LSMP
371
374
376
379
382
382
Bulimba
6,156
6,195
6,234
6,273
6,331
6,331
Cabbage Tree
2,272
2,295
2,317
2,340
2,362
2,362
Calamvale
439
446
454
461
468
468
Cubberla
636
640
645
649
653
653
Doolandella
292
295
299
302
306
306
Farm
1,693
1,712
1,730
1,749
1,768
1,768
Fig Tree Pocket
320
324
328
332
336
336
INES
1,136
1,147
1,158
1,168
1,179
1,179
Karana Downs
191
192
193
194
195
195
Kedron
5,339
5,373
5,407
5,441
5,475
5,475
Kedron LSMP
797
805
814
822
830
830
Lota
437
439
442
444
447
447
Moggill
4,142
4,151
4,161
4,170
4,179
4,179
Norman Creek
1,310
1,325
1,339
1,353
1,367
1,367
Norman Creek LSMP
481
487
493
498
504
504
Nundah Downfall
2,388
2,410
2,432
2,454
2,476
2,476
Oxley
6,845
6,960
7,018
7,095
7,166
7,166
Perrin
460
466
472
478
484
484
Perrin LSMP
220
223
227
230
233
233
Pullen Pullen
2,531
2,538
2,546
2,554
2,561
2,561
Richlands (a)
287
293
300
306
312
312
Richlands (b)
222
226
230
234
238
238
Richlands (c)
244
248
251
254
257
257
Richlands (d)
220
228
235
243
250
250
Richlands (e)
230
235
239
244
249
249
Rochedale (a)
134
137
141
144
147
147
Rochedale (b)
242
247
253
259
264
264
Rochedale (c)
56
57
57
58
59
59
Rochedale (d)
409
418
426
435
444
444
Rochedale (e)
24
24
24
24
25
25
Sandgate
1,890
1,902
1,914
1,926
1,938
1,938
Scrubby
1,458
1,465
1,472
1,480
1,487
1,487
Tingalpa
3,397
3,398
3,399
3,400
3,402
3,402
Toowong
1,081
1,089
1,096
1,104
1,112
1,112
Wakerley (a)
202
204
207
209
212
212
Wakerley (b)
166
169
171
173
175
175
West End (a)
33
33
34
34
34
34
West End (b)
33
33
33
33
33
33
Witton
159
161
162
164
165
165
Witton LSMP
98
99
100
101
102
102
Wolston
1,000
1,015
1,029
1,044
1,058
1,058
Wynnum
630
636
643
650
691
691
Wynnum West (a)
55
55
56
56
57
57
Wynnum West (b)
235
237
239
242
244
244
Wynnum West (c)
48
48
49
49
49
49
Table 4.3.16.4—Transport network (roads network) assumed demand summary
Cumulative demand (ET)
2011
2016
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate
1
110,840
120,474
129,272
137,171
139,673
141,937
2
18,307
19,725
19,934
19,922
20,165
20,223
3
78,550
91,819
98,370
103,269
111,352
118,102
4
70,480
74,872
77,008
77,950
78,193
79,723
5
69,463
74,606
79,983
84,097
86,230
87,791
6
93,927
100,253
102,305
104,115
106,094
109,359
7
215,860
227,989
231,479
234,280
235,681
236,963
8
499,556
584,453
649,167
702,501
752,057
769,515
9
50,271
54,693
57,679
63,404
68,025
71,854
10
117,867
127,205
136,103
144,660
146,989
149,858
11
58,942
62,951
64,883
66,303
67,719
70,256
12
31,432
32,992
33,955
34,174
34,462
34,765
13
49,324
54,204
58,009
58,971
59,660
60,513
14
104,547
115,337
121,070
124,746
125,236
132,232
15
116,402
123,658
128,099
130,169
132,865
135,795
16
188,050
217,994
246,663
271,447
273,400
275,753
17
11,960
12,610
12,599
12,528
12,557
13,392
Citywide
1,885,778
2,095,835
2,246,578
2,369,707
2,450,358
2,508,031

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 ultimate demand represents the additional potential dwelling supply beyond 2031. However the floor space predictions have not been taken into consideration in the calculation as they are not available beyond 2031.

Table 4.3.16.5—Transport network (pathways and public transport (bus stops and ferry terminals) networks) assumed demand summary
Cumulative demand (ET)
2011
2016
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate
1
56,587
61,209
64,923
67,988
69,322
71,586
2
11,131
12,193
12,547
12,801
13,242
13,300
3
47,798
56,698
61,485
65,021
71,124
77,874
4
44,910
47,962
49,722
51,077
52,025
53,555
5
33,467
35,797
38,348
39,545
40,791
42,352
6
64,479
69,050
71,992
73,871
76,431
79,696
7
82,942
88,280
90,531
92,310
93,483
94,765
8
308,570
361,485
410,756
450,201
488,326
505,783
9
33,484
37,040
39,626
44,113
47,906
51,735
10
57,079
61,472
65,863
72,311
74,839
77,709
11
36,483
39,133
40,488
41,724
43,234
45,772
12
23,620
24,893
25,767
26,015
26,449
26,752
13
31,613
34,937
37,804
38,550
39,340
40,192
14
64,519
70,873
75,263
78,133
79,330
86,326
15
73,380
78,633
82,549
84,576
87,857
90,787
16
87,765
103,391
117,966
130,896
133,505
135,859
17
9,867
10,484
10,517
10,523
10,615
11,450
Citywide
1,067,694
1,193,530
1,296,147
1,379,655
1,447,819
1,505,493

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 either a site (for dwellings) or a Brisbane Strategic Transport Model zone (for floor space) being contained within a catchment.

The ultimate demand represents the additional potential dwelling supply beyond 2031. However the floor space predictions have not been taken into consideration in the calculation as they are not available beyond 2031.

Table 4.3.16.6—Community purposes network (public parks network) assumed demand summary
Cumulative demand (ET)
2011
2016
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate
Fringe
5,668
6,557
6,557
6,557
6,557
6,618
Urban East
87,415
92,316
95,413
97,685
100,506
109,609
Urban North
110,581
120,895
129,964
134,735
138,366
150,353
Urban South
107,382
114,248
120,697
127,975
131,611
147,424
Urban West
78,713
82,013
83,945
84,366
85,298
91,996
Citywide
389,759
416,029
436,576
451,318
462,338
506,000

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 either a site (for dwellings) or a Brisbane Strategic Transport Model zone (for floor space) being contained within a catchment.

The ultimate demand represents the additional potential dwelling supply beyond 2031. However the floor space predictions have not been taken into consideration in the calculation as they are not available beyond 2031.

Table 4.3.16.7—Community purposes network (land for community facilities network) assumed demand summary
Cumulative demand (ET)
2011
2016
2021
2026
2031
Ultimate
Fringe
6,230
7,172
7,163
7,163
7,169
7,232
Urban East
90,180
95,346
99,080
101,651
104,795
116,409
Urban North
125,223
138,863
150,476
156,754
161,096
177,780
Urban South
113,786
122,044
132,161
140,627
145,104
163,969
Urban West
82,168
86,016
88,558
89,224
90,716
99,660
Citywide
417,587
449,441
477,438
495,419
508,880
565,050

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 either a site (for dwellings) or a Brisbane Strategic Transport Model zone (for floor space) being contained within a catchment.

The ultimate demand represents the additional potential dwelling supply beyond 2031.However the floor space predictions have not been taken into consideration in the calculation as they are not available beyond 2031.

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