Caboolture West Structure Plan

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Draft Caboolture West Interim Structure Plan

The future growth potential of Caboolture West has long been recognised by both the Queensland Government and Moreton Bay Regional Council.

Caboolture West is identified by the South East Queensland Regional Plan, ShapingSEQ, as a major expansion area.

At approximately 3,480 hectares, it's the largest greenfield growth area planned for South East Queensland.

Over the next 40 years, Caboolture West will become a new regional city.

To ensure Caboolture West becomes a sustainable and resilient regional city, structure planning for Caboolture West needs to be undertaken.

The Growth Areas Team has taken the lead on Caboolture West planning for the Queensland Government to help accelerate the delivery of well-planned and serviced residential land in an area of high demand.

The team is doing this planning in collaboration with Moreton Bay Regional Council, other state government agencies, infrastructure providers and landowners.

This new planning builds on earlier work undertaken by Moreton Bay Regional Council for the Caboolture West Local Area Plan and Neighbourhood Development Plan 1.

The draft Caboolture West Interim Structure Plan (CWISP) has now been prepared as the next stage of planning for approximately half of Caboolture West.

The draft CWISP will be used to guide a range of development applications already being assessed by Moreton Bay Regional Council to help ensure the future community is provided with essential infrastructure and services.

The draft CWISP will be in effect for approximately 18 months, when replaced with a final structure plan for the entire Caboolture West area.


Have your say

Have your say on the draft Caboolture West Interim Structure Plan (CWISP).

Public notification is open for 20 business days between 27 July and 26 August 2022.

This public notification period provides opportunities for community members and stakeholders to learn about and provide comments on the draft CWISP.

We welcome your feedback on the draft CWISP.

There are many ways you can have your say:


Draft Caboolture West Interim Structure Plan

The future growth potential of Caboolture West has long been recognised by both the Queensland Government and Moreton Bay Regional Council.

Caboolture West is identified by the South East Queensland Regional Plan, ShapingSEQ, as a major expansion area.

At approximately 3,480 hectares, it's the largest greenfield growth area planned for South East Queensland.

Over the next 40 years, Caboolture West will become a new regional city.

To ensure Caboolture West becomes a sustainable and resilient regional city, structure planning for Caboolture West needs to be undertaken.

The Growth Areas Team has taken the lead on Caboolture West planning for the Queensland Government to help accelerate the delivery of well-planned and serviced residential land in an area of high demand.

The team is doing this planning in collaboration with Moreton Bay Regional Council, other state government agencies, infrastructure providers and landowners.

This new planning builds on earlier work undertaken by Moreton Bay Regional Council for the Caboolture West Local Area Plan and Neighbourhood Development Plan 1.

The draft Caboolture West Interim Structure Plan (CWISP) has now been prepared as the next stage of planning for approximately half of Caboolture West.

The draft CWISP will be used to guide a range of development applications already being assessed by Moreton Bay Regional Council to help ensure the future community is provided with essential infrastructure and services.

The draft CWISP will be in effect for approximately 18 months, when replaced with a final structure plan for the entire Caboolture West area.


Have your say

Have your say on the draft Caboolture West Interim Structure Plan (CWISP).

Public notification is open for 20 business days between 27 July and 26 August 2022.

This public notification period provides opportunities for community members and stakeholders to learn about and provide comments on the draft CWISP.

We welcome your feedback on the draft CWISP.

There are many ways you can have your say:

Page last updated: 28 Jul 2022, 08:41 AM