Burke Shire Planning Scheme Maps Burke Shire Planning Scheme Maps

Burke Shire Council Planning Scheme

Burke Shire Council Planning Scheme

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Priority Infrastructure Plan

One of the most important documents prepared by local governments in Queensland is their planning scheme. This shows what land can be used for and where infrastructure is to be built.

A crucial part of the planning scheme is the priority infrastructure plan (PIP). The PIP shows when and where the infrastructure for water, sewerage, stormwater, transport, parks and land for community use is proposed to be rolled out to service communities.

The PIP plays an important role in keeping the cost of living down by making sure services are provided for new developments in an efficient, coordinated and orderly way. It also means new developments can be directed to places where infrastructure is in place, so resources meet demands and local governments can best manage the costs of new or existing infrastructure upgrades.

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Context Map

Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Context Map illustrates Major Roads, Major Rivers and Tourist Routes for the Burke Shire.

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Strategy Map

Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Strategy Map represents the broad settlement pattern intended for the local government area and identifies those parts of the rural area that constrain significant development.

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme Overlay Maps Burke Shire Planning Scheme Overlay Maps

Description

Overlays provide the secondary organisational layer and are based on special attributes of land that need to be protected from the effects of development, or that may constrain development due to an environmental hazard or the value of a resource.


Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Overlay Map 1

Burke Shire Planning Scheme – Overlay Map 1 – Shire Overlay Map

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Overlay Map 2

Burke Shire Planning Scheme – Overlay Map 2 – Shire Overlay Map

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Overlay Map 3

Burke Shire Planning Scheme – Overlay Map 3 – Burketown and Surrounds Overlay Map

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Overlay Map 4

 

Burke Shire Planning Scheme – Overlay Map 4 – Burketown Overlay Map

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Overlay Map 5

Burke Shire Planning Scheme – Overlay Map 5 – Gregory Overlay Map

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme Zoning Maps Burke Shire Planning Scheme Zoning Maps

Description

Zones provide the primary organisational layer and are based on broad land use allocations. All parts of the planning scheme are include in a zone and for each zone assessment categories are identified in tables and assessment criteria specified in a corresponding code.


Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Zoning Map 1

Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Zoning Map 1 - Shire Zones                                                                               

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Zoning Map 2

Burke Shire Planning Scheme -Zoning Map 2 - Burketown and Surrounds Zones and Preferred Use Areas

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Zoning Map 3

Burke Shire Planning Schemes - Zoning Map 3 - Burketown Zones and Preferred Use Areas

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Zoning Map 4

Burke Shire Planning Scheme – Zoning Map 4 – Gregory Zones and Preferred Use Areas

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Attachment Map 1

State Assessment Requirements - Attachment Map 1 - Burketown and Surrounds                   

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme User Guides: Burke Shire Planning Scheme User Guides:

Burke Shire Planning Scheme - User's Guide 1

User’s Guide 1 – Features of the Burke Shire Planning Scheme and its relationship to State legislation

This user’s guide provides an overview of the Burke Shire Planning Scheme. The guide is designed to help people understand how the planning scheme applies to development within Burke Shire and how it works with the Integrated Planning Act 1997 (commonly referred to as IPA) and other State legislation.

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - User's Guide 2

User’s Guide 2 - Complying with self-assessable codes and making an application in Burke Shire

This guide is designed to help people complete the Assessment Checklist which assists in determining:
1. The development activities involved in a proposal
2. If one or more proposed development activities is self-assessable or assessable under the Burke Shire Planning Scheme and/or schedule 8 of the Integrated Planning Act 1997 (IPA
3. The application forms required to be completed for assessable development
Central to determining assessment requirements is the definition of “development” and the assessment categories under IPA.

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - User's Guide 3

User’s Guide 3 - Assessing an application against the Burke Shire Planning Scheme

A single proposal may involve several development activities and each activity may have a different assessment category determined by the planning scheme or schedule 8 of the Integrated Planning Act 1997 (IPA). For example the building work may be code assessable and the operation works for the advertising devise self-assessable and the operational works for the advertising devise self-assessable. For further information regarding IPA refer to User’s Guides 1 and 2 and Step 4 of the Assessment Checklist.

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - User's Guide 4

User’s Guide 4 - Acting on a development approval

This document provides information on when approvals may be acted upon, when they take effect and the approvals life span.

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - User's Guide 5

User’s Guide 5: Commenting on an application

Anyone may comment (i.e. make a submission) about an application being asses by the Burke Shire Council or any other assessment manager (e.g. the Environmental Protection Agency or Department of Natural Resources and Mines). This document provides information on preparing a submission.

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Assessment Checklist

This checklist is designed to help people determine:
• Development activities involved in a proposal
• Whether one or more proposed development activities is self-assessable or requires an application under the Burke Shire Planning Scheme, or under schedule 8 of the Integrated Planning Act 1997 (IPA) or under both the planning scheme and schedule 8 and
• If necessary, the application forms required to be completed
This checklist should be read together with User’s Guide 2 which will assist in its use.

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Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Examples

This document provides six different examples using the Burke Shire Planning Scheme - Assessment Checklist.

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