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Table 5.5.6—Tourist accommodation zone
Use
Categories of development and assessment
Assessment benchmarks
Accepted development
Development approval is not required
Not applicable
Accepted development, subject to compliance with identified requirements
If complying with all acceptable outcomes in the Caretaker’s accommodation code
Not applicable
Assessable development—Code assessment
If not complying with all acceptable outcomes in the Caretaker’s accommodation code
Accepted development
If identified in schedule 6, part 2 of the Regulation
Not applicable

Note—Where an overlay applies, a dwelling house may become assessable development. Refer to section 5.10.

Note—All dwelling houses in the Tourist accommodation zone may become assessable development as the Dwelling house character overlay applies to all land within this zone. The relevant assessment benchmarks identified in section 5.10 are the Dwelling house code or the Dwelling house (small lot) code.

Assessable development—Code assessment
If within an existing premises

Note—Refer to the Moreton Island settlements neighbourhood plan code.

Accepted development, subject to compliance with identified requirements
If complying with all acceptable outcomes in the Home-based business code
Not applicable
Assessable development—Code assessment
If not complying with all acceptable outcomes in the Home-based business code
Assessable development—Code assessment
If within an existing premises

Note—Refer to the Moreton Island settlements neighbourhood plan code.

Assessable development—Code assessment
If within an existing premises

Note—Refer to the Moreton Island settlements neighbourhood plan code.

Accepted development, subject to compliance with identified requirements
If complying with all acceptable outcomes in the Park code
Not applicable
Assessable development—Code assessment
If not complying with all acceptable outcomes in the Park code
Assessable development—Code assessment
If within an existing premises

Note—Refer to the Moreton Island settlements neighbourhood plan code.

Assessable development—Code assessment
If within an existing premises

Note—Refer to the Moreton Island settlements neighbourhood plan code.

Utility installation where sewage pump station or water pump station
Accepted development, subject to compliance with identified requirements
If complying with all acceptable outcomes in section A of the Special purpose code
Not applicable
Assessable development—Code assessment
If not complying with all acceptable outcomes in section A of the Special purpose code
Special purpose code—purpose, overall outcomes and section A outcomes only
Impact assessment
Any other use not listed in this table.
Any use listed in this table and not meeting the description listed in the "Categories of development and assessment" column.
Any other undefined use.
The planning scheme

Note—Prescribed accepted development that is not assessable under the planning scheme is identified in section 5.3.4.

Editor’s note—The above categories of development and assessment apply unless otherwise prescribed in the Regulation.

Editor’s note—The default category of assessment is impact assessment unless otherwise prescribed in the Regulation.

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