ShapingSEQ

About ShapingSEQ

South East Queensland (SEQ) is a diverse region and home to many different communities. It features beautiful coastlines, dramatic mountain ranges, fertile farmland, and vibrant towns and cities.

With an attractive lifestyle and natural advantages, SEQ has experienced long periods of economic, employment and population growth. This growth is expected to continue and will influence how we work, live and play, including our use of SEQ’s natural assets and regional landscapes.

The Draft South East Queensland Regional Plan (ShapingSEQ) is the Queensland Government’s new regional planning framework to sustainably manage change and growth in SEQ.

ShapingSEQ has been developed with a 50-year vision to manage this expected growth and capitalise on our economic strengths.


Regional planning maps

Download or view high resolution versions of the maps contained within ShapingSEQ.

View interactive mapping where you can search for your property and see proposed changes to the Urban Footprint and Rural Living Area.

If you’re having trouble using the interactive mapping system, please see our guide.


Download a copy of ShapingSEQ

You can download a copy of ShapingSEQ.

ShapingSEQ’s background papers and community consultation report are available in the document library.

Technical notes

The ShapingSEQ project team has developed a series of notes that explain some of the more technical aspects of the Draft South East Queensland Regional Plan. The technical notes are available in the document library.


ShapingSEQ - Draft South East Queensland Regional Plan




Printed versions available

Printed copies of the draft ShapingSEQ – South East Queensland Regional Plan are available at the following council facilities. For locations in other areas please contact your local council.


Gold Coast

· Broadbeach Customer Service Centre – 61 Sunshine Boulevard, Mermaid Waters

· Bundall Customer Service Centre – 8 Karp Court, Bundall

· Burleigh Heads Customer Service Centre – Park Avenue, Burleigh Heads

· Coolangatta Customer Service Centre – Level 1, The Strand, Corner Marine Parade and Dutton Street, Coolangatta

· Helensvale Customer Service Centre – Corner Lindfield Road and Sir John Overall Drive, Helensvale

· Nerang Customer Service Centre – 833 Southport Nerang Road, Nerang

· Palm Beach Customer Service Centre – 22 Eleventh Avenue, Palm Beach

· Southport Customer Service Centre – 47 Nerang Street, Southport

· Upper Coomera Customer Service Centre – 90 Reserve Road, Cnr Reserve and Abraham Roads, Upper Coomera

Lockyer Valley

· Laidley Library ­– 9 Spicer Street, Laidley

· Gatton Library – 34 Lake Apex Drive, Gatton

· Council’s Laidley office – 9 Spicer Street, Laidley

· Council’s Gatton office – 26 Railway Street, Gatton

Noosa

· Noosa Council Offices – 9 Pelican Street, Tewantin

· The Cooroy Library – 9 Maple Street, Cooroy

· The Noosaville Library – Wallace Drive, Noosaville

Redland

· Customer Service Centre – Corner Middle and Bloomfield Streets, Cleveland

· Customer Services Centre – Noeleen Street, Capalaba

Toowoomba

· Toowoomba Library – 155 Herries Street, Toowoomba City

· Toowoomba Customer Service Centre – 4 Little Street, Toowoomba City

· Highfields Library – Community Court, Highfields

· Highfields Service Centre – Community Court, Highfields


Image credit

Thank you to Tourism and Events Queensland for supplying the following images for the current advertising campaign:

Beach Party, Cotton Tree

Vineyard, Southern Queensland Country

Couple bush walking (Noosa)

Group with Wally statue (110319)

Girls walking in Gold Coast (400035)

Surfers (Surfers Paradise)





About ShapingSEQ

South East Queensland (SEQ) is a diverse region and home to many different communities. It features beautiful coastlines, dramatic mountain ranges, fertile farmland, and vibrant towns and cities.

With an attractive lifestyle and natural advantages, SEQ has experienced long periods of economic, employment and population growth. This growth is expected to continue and will influence how we work, live and play, including our use of SEQ’s natural assets and regional landscapes.

The Draft South East Queensland Regional Plan (ShapingSEQ) is the Queensland Government’s new regional planning framework to sustainably manage change and growth in SEQ.

ShapingSEQ has been developed with a 50-year vision to manage this expected growth and capitalise on our economic strengths.


Regional planning maps

Download or view high resolution versions of the maps contained within ShapingSEQ.

View interactive mapping where you can search for your property and see proposed changes to the Urban Footprint and Rural Living Area.

If you’re having trouble using the interactive mapping system, please see our guide.


Download a copy of ShapingSEQ

You can download a copy of ShapingSEQ.

ShapingSEQ’s background papers and community consultation report are available in the document library.

Technical notes

The ShapingSEQ project team has developed a series of notes that explain some of the more technical aspects of the Draft South East Queensland Regional Plan. The technical notes are available in the document library.


ShapingSEQ - Draft South East Queensland Regional Plan




Printed versions available

Printed copies of the draft ShapingSEQ – South East Queensland Regional Plan are available at the following council facilities. For locations in other areas please contact your local council.


Gold Coast

· Broadbeach Customer Service Centre – 61 Sunshine Boulevard, Mermaid Waters

· Bundall Customer Service Centre – 8 Karp Court, Bundall

· Burleigh Heads Customer Service Centre – Park Avenue, Burleigh Heads

· Coolangatta Customer Service Centre – Level 1, The Strand, Corner Marine Parade and Dutton Street, Coolangatta

· Helensvale Customer Service Centre – Corner Lindfield Road and Sir John Overall Drive, Helensvale

· Nerang Customer Service Centre – 833 Southport Nerang Road, Nerang

· Palm Beach Customer Service Centre – 22 Eleventh Avenue, Palm Beach

· Southport Customer Service Centre – 47 Nerang Street, Southport

· Upper Coomera Customer Service Centre – 90 Reserve Road, Cnr Reserve and Abraham Roads, Upper Coomera

Lockyer Valley

· Laidley Library ­– 9 Spicer Street, Laidley

· Gatton Library – 34 Lake Apex Drive, Gatton

· Council’s Laidley office – 9 Spicer Street, Laidley

· Council’s Gatton office – 26 Railway Street, Gatton

Noosa

· Noosa Council Offices – 9 Pelican Street, Tewantin

· The Cooroy Library – 9 Maple Street, Cooroy

· The Noosaville Library – Wallace Drive, Noosaville

Redland

· Customer Service Centre – Corner Middle and Bloomfield Streets, Cleveland

· Customer Services Centre – Noeleen Street, Capalaba

Toowoomba

· Toowoomba Library – 155 Herries Street, Toowoomba City

· Toowoomba Customer Service Centre – 4 Little Street, Toowoomba City

· Highfields Library – Community Court, Highfields

· Highfields Service Centre – Community Court, Highfields


Image credit

Thank you to Tourism and Events Queensland for supplying the following images for the current advertising campaign:

Beach Party, Cotton Tree

Vineyard, Southern Queensland Country

Couple bush walking (Noosa)

Group with Wally statue (110319)

Girls walking in Gold Coast (400035)

Surfers (Surfers Paradise)